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Singer-songwriter Seth Kallen is going to jam out this weekend at the Moscot Music Saturday Session. Pros: The music is quality, the store has killer AC and the show is FREE! Cons: The L train sucks, but since this is off the JMZ there really are no cons. Come one, come all!
Percussion enthusiasts rejoice! The bestest and fastest drummer this side of the Milky Way brings you Man Forever! Two tracks titled “Man Forever” on a record called Man Forever, BY Man Forever! Can you dig it? Now that we know what the record is called, I’ll tell you the who/what/where/why’s of Oneida drummer Kid Millions’ […]
Check out this mind-blowing album review from our local record store maven Diana Kinscherf. Disclaimer: she loves it but hey it’s Oneida’s side project so get down on it in the groovy spaced out way! People Of The North are here! (No, not the Canadians!) Back in February 2009, half of Oneida decided to record […]
In honor of Brooklyn’s own Sightings record release today, Diana Kinscherf caught up with guitarist/vocalist Mark Morgan on the how’s and why’s of a different kind of rock band and what it’s like to have Andrew W.K. as a roommate… What made you deviate from a regular rock sound into something noisier? I remember when […]
Come join Pomp & Circumstance, a Brooklyn based arts and culture magazine, as they celebrate their next issue launch with a Post-Apocalypse Survival Party tomorrow – November 19th @ www.littlefieldnyc.com. The event will feature a panel of media stars who have changed their lives to succeed and survive. Live performance by Elk City will follow. […]
Kings & Queens out today! Today UK cutie Jamie T’s sophomore album Kings & Queens debuts in the states! His last album Panic Prevention hit #4 on the UK album chart, and promptly put Jamie on the map, drawing comparisons to heroes Bob Dylan and Joe Strummer. The album was nominated that year for the […]
Franklin Park Bar & Beer Garden in Crown Heights, BK 8:00pm – 10:00pm 618 St. John’s Place, between Franklin and Classon Avenues Subway: 2/3/4/5 trains to Franklin Avenue “Come get crunk, shrunk, photographed and advised by Susan Shapiro and Frank Flaherty NY Times editor on how to rock the mic at your own rock star […]
Drew Citron sharing a bill with The Ramblers Joe’s Pub – September 3rd @ 7PM $12 Drew Citron loves Billy Bragg and is a jazzy, soulful and folky Brooklynite by way of San Francisco. Citron says she plays to crowds of adoring drunks, emotional roustabouts, and anyone else who cares for the heart-worn. If you […]