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.
Saltie, one of the best sandwich shops in Williamsburg has announced it will be closing at the end of the year. From
Welcome to This One Goes to Eleven’s fourth-annual, year-end metal meltdown. By now you know the drill—I write a blurb about the records I liked best, you disagree, we go our separate ways until the new year. This year, however, there is one major tweak to the formula: Instead of tackling the entire planet’s musical […]
If you have lived in NYC for a while or have access to the internet you have seen your share of fights on the subway. I’ve never seen one quite like this. A scantily clad man in a golden thong and a scantily clad woman go literally toe-to-toe while hanging from the overhead bars before […]
If you are like me you are still partially traumatized from that time your friend Adam decided to order two bottles of champagne for the table when you didn’t even want champagne and now of course you are equally splitting the bill with everyone. Thanks to this video I know never to go to The […]
If you’ve ever seen a sign at an NYC bar that said “no dancing allowed” you may have thought it was a joke. Sadly those signs refer to an all too real and racist Cabaret Law that was enacted in 1926 to target Harlem jazz clubs. The law was also used by Mayor Giuliani in […]
Welcome to another Halloween edition of This One Goes to Eleven, where we’ll be more or less doing the same thing we do, week-in, week-out from January to January. But hey, if that’s what got you in the door today, that’s cool with me. Let the (sonic) terrors reign.
After an illness-related layoff last week, we are back with metal (and phlegm) aplenty, which seems like a fitting introduction to the bubbling grotesquery ahead. Happy Friday the 13th, everyone. WHAT TO HEAR: Batting lead off this week (it’s the MLB Playoffs!!…No? Anybody?) are long-running local trio Belus and their scathing new full length, Apophenia […]
The North 6th street (between Berry and Wythe) location that housed American Apparel for years will become a new Vans store starting today. The store will be called The General according to Hypebeast: The interior will be updated monthly with new artwork illustrated by local talents — starting off with the Vault by Vans Premium […]
The hero who gave up their soup to confront the man yelling the n-word at L train riders turns out to be none other than NYC rapper Princess Nokia. In a series of tweets early this morning Princess Nokia (Destiny Frasqueri) described the incident and got a shoutout from Kimya Dawson: And yes I threw […]