I don’t think I ever really woke up on Monday. Being out of town for two weeks paired with all of this rain has me feelin’ bleary-eyed AF. The forecast is looking pretty wet for the foreseeable future, but I refuse to let this news rain of my open-air parade (metaphorically speaking, anyway). Outdoor parties […]
There are 400 miles to Chicago, we have half a can of beer, it’s spring, and we’re wearing all black. Let’s do this.
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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.
A new music series has been announced for 2018 that will take place in Industry City. The Bell House Summer Series at Industry City kicks off June 1 with The Soul Rebels and runs until August 30. There will also be an Analog Live festival, with the full line-up to be announced at a later date. […]
Another week here on earth means another trying to escape here on earth. Here, let us help with that.
The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter and summer Friday’s will soon resume for those who work 9-5. Hallelujah, it’s almost summertime, baby, and you know what that means! It’s FESTIVAL SEASON. Beyoncé already made that pretty damn obvious when she TORE UP Coachella weekend one. Now, don’t be sad that you […]
Happy 4/20 folks. No new music Weedeater, Bongripper, or Bongzilla this week, which feels like a big miss, but don’t worry, there’s still more than enough potent shit to go around.
Exciting news for Bowie fans. There’s a David Bowie-themed takeover at the Broadway-Lafayette station. The takeover is a clever ad campaign promoting the current Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, but fans are definitely going to want to grab one of the limited edition metrocards: As Bowery Boogie notes, the Broadway-Lafayette station, which is just a […]
Nothing gets the pissed off juices flowing quit like doing your taxes. Thankfully the wide world of metal has plenty of useful new anger management tools on offer this week, so exhale slowly, repeat your mantra, and dive right in.