After completing another orbit around the sun recently, things are going reasonably well, and this good run continues with a great weekend of shows! Summer is officially here and while you might have to plan around some thunderstorms in the coming days, all the more reason to be in air-conditioned music venue having a good […]
We were off last week due to a quick trip into the hipster heart of Northside to refill the angst wells. Luckily for you, they’ve come back brimming, so let’s get to it.
If you didn’t get a chance to see LCD Soundsystem’s return to NYC in April it looks like you will now have plenty more chances. The band will be playing 7 more nights at Brooklyn Steel starting THIS Friday. This move is kind of surprising, but I guess after tickets were going for $300 on […]
As the likes of Governor’s Ball and Northside Festival shed weight and consequence—their focus shifting toward fun, sun, and more sponsor-sponsored coconut water than your bladder can humanly handle—an interesting (and essential) counterpoint has begun to emerge.
Sure, you should cover your mouth, but this is insane: The suspect and the 45-year-old man were waiting at the First Avenue station just before 3:30 a.m. on May 23 when they got got into an argument after the man coughed, police said. The train arrived and the man jumped into the last car as […]
Last night Chance the Rapper’s backing band The Social Experiment had a show at Schimanski aka the former Verboten. Chance was also in town as he plays Governors Ball tonight and joined the band around midnight for several songs. Watch some videos from the show below: Thanks to @patthemanager inviting me to hang out with […]
Following an actual-work-induced hiatus, we’re officially back and waist deep in a totally different kind of mire. Let’s do this, fiends.
The Meadows festival has announced the lineup for their second annual festival taking place this September 15-17th at Citifield in Queens. From the press release: Founders Entertainment is proud to announce the lineup for the second annual edition of The Meadows Music And Arts Festival, taking place September 15th to 17th in Queens, New York […]
Last December Williamsburg coffee shop The End debuted their Unicorn Latte. The drink was a hit and little Unicorn Lattes were trotting throughout the neighborhood happily. However, this April the behemoth known as Starbucks poked its large horn into the ring and debuted a Unicorn Frappuccino. The End has now filed a lawsuit against Starbucks. […]
“It became clear within a few short weeks that the addition of a second market was preventing us from optimizing the event experience in the world-class way our audience deserves and expects,” said co-founder Eric Demby.