How was everyone’s Labor Day? Did you burn your white pants yesterday morning, or are you going to be a rebel and continue wearing the damn things through the holiday season? Who decided that was a rule anyway? Even though Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, I still see plenty of good times […]
Happy Labor Day weekend, everyone. Here’s the last little bit of labor you’ll see from me until Tuesday.
For the second year, Pitchfork and October will bring their international celebration of beer, food and music to The Big Apple. The 2017 inaugural event inhabited Brooklyn Hanger (Industry City), but this year the festival is heading outdoors for two full days of indulgence at its finest. Hop a short ferry ride on September 8th […]
Cynthia Nixon needs your support in defeating closet conservative Cuomo. Come out and yell at the screen on Wednesday at Syndicated. Then, do something useful and go out and vote this Fall. Governor Andrew Cuomo has agreed to a television debate against challenger Cynthia Nixon, activist, actor, and first-time political candidate. The debate will be […]
After a much-needed nature sabbatical, This One Goes to Eleven is back and up to its neck in hot, rotting garbage. Let’s get to this before I leave again and never come back.
Photo: Bassnectar thrills with a heavy and relentless set. (@ajrphotos) On Saturday morning, lightning ripped through the sky as thunderous claps echoed in response. Later that night, BangOn!NYC attendees experienced different kinds of lights and applause.
This is no surprise for anyone who lives in Williamsburg, but the stats are troubling nonetheless. Since 2013, there have been over 700 injuries to cyclists and 9 deaths. Unfortunately, these numbers could rise once the L Train shutdown comes into effect and there are more bikers commuting to and from the city. Localize.city uncovered areas […]
It’s another slowish release week, but I’m getting hell out of dodge next weekend and don’t want to leave you hanging for two weeks. Onward into the flames… WHAT TO HEAR: First up this week is Sounds From the Vortex (Nuclear Blast), the debut full-length from ‘90s melodic death revivalists, The Spirit. Seeing wider re-release […]
I’m so excited, and I just can’t hide it, because Elements Music & Arts Festival is back this Saturday, August 11th, and I KNOW I’ll like it. The Brooklyn-based party squad known as BangOn!NYC will bring their incredibly innovative and entertaining music festival back to its new home in Hunts Point, BX (1108 Oak Point […]
The dog days are here and the release slate proves it, so let’s keep this brief so we can all get out there and enjoy what’s left of summer.