Lots of must-hears this week, so let’s get to the business of hearing them. Onward, downward, whatever. WHAT TO HEAR: Leading us off this week is Baroness, one of the few late-2000s sludge acts, along with Mastodon, still carrying the torch aloft. But a long time (and a lot of miles) have passed since the […]
Abe’s has been open for a few weeks now in Bushwick and is a great addition to the neighborhood. It’s named for Abe Vigoda, which is an odd choice for a Tiki-inspired joint, but we appreciate the eclectic choice. Abe’s has two pool tables, plenty of sweet cocktails, and a snacky menu that features hot […]
A big week for big sounds and bigger narratives. Let’s fire up the feels machine and get to it. WHAT TO HEAR: Leading us off this week is the first new music from Boston post-sludge legends Cave In, Final Transmission (Hyrdra Head), in over eight years. While cause for celebration, the circumstances surrounding the release […]
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.
Two new bars have opened close to the Greenpoint Ave. G stop in Greenpoint. Sama Street is a new cocktail bar on Manhattan Ave. with small plates. More from Greenpoint Post: A new Asian-inspired cocktail lounge opened last week on Manhattan Avenue. Sama Street, located at 988 Manhattan Ave. in north Greenpoint, is the brainchild […]
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, […]
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 […]