The intro tank is on empty this week and has been for awhile, so let’s just dive straight into the craziness.
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.
The amazing Bushwick venue known as Elsewhere is about to get even more amazing this Memorial Day weekend as they are opening their rooftop space with an excellent lineup. Aside from the already great shows there this summer like The Voidz residency, bands including Mr. Twin Sister, Yuksek, and Protomartyr (Brooklyn Vegan part) will be […]
This is tragic breaking news from North Williamsburg. The two individuals, who have not been identified were found dead in their apartment on Sunday. No signs of a break-in or struggle were discovered, but drug paraphernalia was found on the premises. We will keep you posted as we find out more: Police in Williamsburg say […]
Another week here on earth means another trying to escape here on earth. Here, let us help with that.
It’s hard to get wrapped up in all the terrible news and seemingly everyday atrocities, but it’s important to take note of the good news, the upward trends, the acts of goodwill and all that jazz. I’m not just talking about the actual reality of things getting better over time (despite what it may seem like), […]
The Brooklyn Mirage | Photo Credit: Dean McColl FINALLY, SOME FRESH AIR! Now don’t get me wrong, we frequented Output and Avant Gardner all winter, but it will be nice to finally blow the lid off these night clubs and enjoy some time in the open air. Our anticipation of sunnier days is at an […]
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.
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.
The Times published an unnerving report today about the L train shutdown, that’s just 15 months away. The article claims that 14th Street could become “the busiest bus route in the country” and wreak havoc on Chinatown and the Lower East Side: Seventy buses an hour will stream across the Williamsburg Bridge and pour into […]