Photos by Tyler Etheridge After being the target of much negativity and skepticism after facing Sunday cancellations two-years running, the organizers of Electric Zoo knew this was a “do or die” kind of year. Thankfully, the folks at ID&T went above and beyond by producing a more whimsical, magical and ultimately safer event for eager […]
Archives for September 2015
Four day weeks should really be the norm, even this rain can be forgiven. It has been a slightly slower news week than normal but CMJ just announced their initial lineup for the 2015 music marathon, and we’re also getting a museum of food and drink later this year. Hopefully everyone is well rested because there are plenty of […]
CMJ celebrate their 35th anniversary this year and have just announced their initial lineup for the ‘music marathon’. The festival runs from the 13th until the 17th of October, featuring hundreds of bands and showcases (see our thoughts on last year here). The full lineup (so far) can be seen on the official site here, […]
A man who appeared to be stealing bikes in Williamsburg this weekend had an unexpected reaction when caught in a South 3rd street and Bedford building’s storage room by a resident. From
And what better place than Williamsburg: The Museum of Food and Drink, which is opening its first brick-and-mortar location this fall, wants to change how you think about what you eat. Take, for example, the hamburger. Peter Kim, the museum’s executive director, starts his story with the tale of the bun — a sort of […]
Happy Labour Day weekend! In honour of (hopefully) everyone having some time off work, let’s put some bands through their paces for our entertainment, it only seems fair. I have family in town for the first time this weekend so it’s possibly the only weekend of the year I won’t be at a show myself, […]
This SaturDAY, September 5, 2015!
A special Labor Day Weekend edition of WAVES!
Welcome to fall release season, everyone. Just when you thought things couldn’t possibly get any crazier, we went and turned this roving carnival into a full-blown asylum. You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.
A hilarious menu generator for Brooklyn bars has arrived to give owners ideas like the one above. From
Labor Day is on Monday, and you’re not the only one rejoicing for a long weekend. Brooklyn-based label Fool’s Gold is celebrating the holiday with their 5th annual “Day Off” event featuring performances from Meek Mill, A-Trak (and you know his special guests are gonna be on fleek), Flatbush Zombies, Skepta, Post Malone, Brenmar and […]