While last week was an August release record breaker, things are back to seasonal temperatures this week, so plan accordingly.
Horror fans have reason to be excited. The second annual Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is coming to Alamo Drafthouse, Wythe Hotel Cinema, Videology Bar & Cinema and many other locations October 12th – 15th. Individual tickets will be available next month and festival badges are on sale now. The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns to […]
The fall metal rush has seemingly come early this week, so grab some beer, time, and cash and have yourself one hell of a Friday.
Is Hunts Point the city’s newest destination for thrill seekers? We have reason to believe so after scoring a site-walk of the massive venue at 1108 Oak Point Ave., led by our friends at BangOn!NYC. This weekend, the third installment of Elements Music and Arts Festival returns to New York City, bringing with it an extra day […]
This Labor Day weekend, the concrete jungle will come to life like never before! When Electric Zoo Festival announced that they would be adopting the theme “The 6th Boro” for this year’s three-day electronic event, we were curious to see how MADE Events would meld their animalistic legacy with a fresh, metropolitan twist.
In 2016, we went batty for Electric Zoo: Wild Island – an exotic revamp of MADE Events’ animal-inspired electronic music festival. This year, the theme hits a little closer to home. Over Labor Day weekend, Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro, will pay homage to that lively patch of land nestled between Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx. […]
All killer, no filler this week (which is a nice way of saying I’m too fucking tired to write the 100 somethingth intro for this thing).
I can’t believe it’s already the end of July! How is this summer almost over and I have not a single trip to Coney Island under my belt? Oh wait, I know. It’s because, much like every other summer, instead of going to the beach I’ve gotten distracted by nightclubs and other shiny objects. And […]
The Mountain Goats were in town recently but that was just an opening slot for Jason Isbell (albeit at the wonderful Beacon Theatre). A headline tour was announced last month which included a nearby show in Jersey City at the recently re-opened White Eagle Hall (tickets). However, while an NYC date was missing from those shows, […]
Al Franken, who is definitely NOT, running for president, IS coming to Cooper Union next week to discuss his new book Giant of the Senate. Seth Meyers will host the event next Tuesday, August 1 and you can still grab tickets here. From #1 bestselling author Al Franken comes this intimate recount of an award-winning […]