SPONSORED POST Nooklyn (nooklyn.com), the real estate tech startup that makes finding apartments and roommates easy, today announces the close of a $825k seed investment round. Patoma, a firm specializing in Brooklyn multi-family development and early stage tech investments, led the investment. The round included other real estate developers and family offices that specialize in […]
Another wintry Wednesday has me bundled up indoors. I actually just returned home from St. Cloud, FL, where I was on assignment covering Dirtybird East Coast Campout. As you can imagine, the snowflakes are especially shocking to my system today. But perhaps even more shocking was my experience on-site.
Nobody told us that the Williamsburg branch of Chef Michael Psilakis’ MP Taverna had closed. But it has. The enormous space always felt rather empty, so we are not overly surprised. Especially since the food was tragically mediocre.If you were a fan, be comforted by a few new openings. The Times tells us that there’s […]
It’s the first big metal of the week of, with the return of a couple of heavy hitters and a crushing show slate leading the way, torches aloft. Grab that battle vest and join us or be trampled underfoot. Your call, folks. WHAT TO HEAR: Tribulation is back, storming to the top of the metal […]
I’m almost there! It’s the last week of my annual cleanse, and I can happily report that dry January 2018 has been surprisingly dope. Then again, I’d hardly call my month dry with the amount of smoothies and broths I’ve slurped down. Sure, I miss chewing, but this was a small sacrifice to make considering […]
Beware the Bushwick Party Killer, the creepy murderer in this campy horror movie by local filmmakers. PSYCHOTIC! A Brooklyn Slasher was shot in various locations in Bushwick, including Silent Barn: The rent is high but the body count is higher in this suspenseful psychedelic slasher that follows two struggling artists, Tim and Stuart, as they […]
New week, more metal, short intro. Let’s get to it. WHAT TO HEAR: Getting us underway this week is an early AOTY contender from the heart of the bleak, god-forsaken heart of the Midwest: Locktender’s Friedrich (Moment of Collapse). Built from the ashes of Men As Trees, Locktender’s focus is a narrow but engrossing one, with […]
Another week of winter is in the books and with it, plenty of metal—both live and otherwise—to keep you warm. Huddle up and thaw those hands beside the hellfire.
Welcome to a new year of This One Goes to Eleven, everyone. It’s business as usual, only with the prospect of instantaneous human incineration tossing some much-needed excitement into the mix. So with that mind, let’s get 2018 started before it suddenly ends.
Holy shit, we made it! I honestly didn’t think we’d survive 2017, but love has prevailed. Things we learned in 2017: Nazis still exist, the government is a sham and Hollywood is full of pervs. That’s a lot of tough shit to swallow, but it’s always darkest before the dawn, as Florence Welch so eloquently put […]