In a week dominated by inhumane actions stemmed from our wannabe-dictator of a president, it’s pretty hard to come up with any kind of intro to this weekend’s choice selection of shows… but whether you’re just looking to switch your brain off or a reward for fighting a good cause, it’s important to take stock […]
Happy start-of-the-world-cup day, everyone! With the tournament now underway in Russia (for whom Trump is presumably cheering), the time difference works in our favour to watch games and then still be free in the evening to hit up some concerts, which is handy because everything below the jump is an absolutely outstanding option.
It never really feels like summer until the Northside Festival rolls around, now celebrating its 10th anniversary, the music portion runs from the 7th of June until the 10th and you can still pick up a badge, or pick up single-show tickets. We’re here, as usual, to try to sift through the 70+ shows available […]
Seems somewhat ironic to have come down with a stinking cold to coincide with the first few truly lovely days (is this… summer…?), but enough about me, let’s talk about the great shows you should be going to this weekend.
It’s hard to get wrapped up in all the terrible news and seemingly everyday atrocities, but it’s important to take note of the good news, the upward trends, the acts of goodwill and all that jazz. I’m not just talking about the actual reality of things getting better over time (despite what it may seem like), […]
Pretty sure we had summer for a hot minute last weekend… but this one should be perfectly pleasant nonetheless. Did you get your Bowie metrocard? Have you started making summer festival plans? Perhaps your needs are of the more immediate variety, in which case, read on.
This is probably the best weekends-worth of shows all year, so you should probably stop reading at this point and make your plans, if you haven’t missed the boat already.
Well it doesn’t quite feel like Spring yet but there I’m trying to bring a little optimism to the table this week. It’s nice to have had a few weeks where it’s still light out in the evening, summer concert announcements can’t be too far away and we’ve got metal, dance, pop, experimental and soul […]
When we saw Curtis Harding at Glasslands way back in 2014, I wondered how long it would be before he was playing larger venues, such as Bowery Ballroom, and that the man should be a superstar. It’s taken longer than I thought, but Curtis finally plays at Bowery on the 30th of March, the show […]
Now that we’ve survived the storm that wasn’t… hopefully everyone can look forward to a weekend of great shows. Including my favourite New York band, and not in the sense of predicting 12″ of snow and delivering maybe 1″, sometimes hyperbole is justified.