We’re waste deep in big-name AOTY contenders this week, bathing in a sea of dashed expectations and pleasant surprises. It’s gonna be this for most of the fall, so no need to belabor the point, especially when we’re kicking things off with…
Courtney Frances Fallon of Greenpoint has admitted responsibility for the act of defiance saying she did it to protest our withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement. The paint was actually corn oil and chalk which is easily rinsed off, but she could still face charges. Courtney Frances Fallon, 33, said she splashed paint over the […]
OK, no time for niceties this week. WAY too much to get to, which, let’s be honest, is good news for both of us. Now will someone count me in for fuck’s sake??
Things have been a little chaotic lately, right? Harvey, Irma and Trump have been stirring up some serious shit, and emotions are running high. While we haven’t had to face the hurricanes head on, per se, we’re still feeling the effects. So let’s take a moment to be thankful for what we have this week: […]
All photos compliments of aLIVE Coverage on behalf of www.electriczoofestival.com NYC took the spotlight as Electric Zoo‘s not-so-secret headliner when the popular music festival returned to Randall’s Island over Labor Day weekend. This year’s city-centric “6th Boro” theme placed our fair city as the focal point of production, and let’s just say, we fell in […]
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 […]
In honor of Labor Day, do your god-ordained duty and listen to me labor about metal for 1,000 words. This is a capitalist world we live in, man. Three day weekends don’t come without a price.
Yep, you guessed it: It’s another crazy week in the metal-verse. Seriously guys, save some stuff for the fall, will ya?
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.