Choosing to party at outdoor summer festivals is always a crap shoot. Attendees of The Governors Ball Music & Arts Festival, which took place May 31st – June 2nd on Randall’s Island, learned that lesson the hard way. If you tuned into Twitter (aka the Entitled Millennial Broadcasting Network) sometime over the last 48 or […]
Again, apologies for the intermittent nature of this section for the next month or two. I’m here this week and so are a few new records, however, so let’s not waste any more time on pleasantries (or lack thereof.) WHAT TO HEAR: First up this week is Old Star (Peaceville Records), the new LP from […]
Another week, another This Goes to Eleven. It’s business as usual here at corporate HQ, so punch in and get in the pit.
Apologies in advance for the impending sportiness of this section over the next few months. I have my 30th birthday, several weddings, a bunch of work stuff, and a cross-country studio trip for my band all on the ol’ Google calendar. But when I’m here, I’ll do my best to spit up one of these, […]
Photo by: Keizo Shimamoto The New York City festival scene just blushed. Back for its fifth year is Pinknic Festival, a boutique event that brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “rosé all day”. Featuring an eclectic music lineup, delectable drinks and gourmet bites, Pinknic is a multi-faceted celebration of everyone’s favorite summer sipper […]
Actually they REALLY won’t since the changes “may entail waiting 40 minutes for an L train.” The MTA is warning that there will be long waits and trains too crowded to board at “certain times.” And don’t even get us started on the bus situation on 14th Street — critics of the plans worry that they will crawl […]
No sun? Still fun. Or at least the organizers over at The Governors Ball Music & Arts Festival seem to think so. In what has become an annual tradition, GovBallNYC has announced another stacked “After Dark” series, for festival goers who want to keep the party going long after the last headlining guitar strums fall […]
The delays have already begun, but now the MTA has a detailed map that outlines what to expect from now through summer 2020: With the revised approach, L customers will have normal service during the highest ridership times. Weeknights: 8 PM to 5 AM L trains run every 20 minutes between Brooklyn and Manhattan and […]
Across the world, people are worshipping a zombie prophet and mourning the ashes of humanity’s most famous cathedral. Needless to say, it’s been a pretty metal week in our neck of the multiverse, so stop by and check it out.
… and it all looks f*cking delicious. The folks at Founders Entertainment outdid themselves this year when they curated this winning combination of the city’s best eats for The Governors Ball Music & Arts Festival, taking place on Randall’s Island May 31st – June 2nd. At the top of the ooey-gooey, sweet and savory lineup are a […]