Is Hunts Point the city’s newest destination for thrill seekers? We have reason to believe so after scoring a site-walk of the massive venue at 1108 Oak Point Ave., led by our friends at BangOn!NYC. This weekend, the third installment of Elements Music and Arts Festival returns to New York City, bringing with it an extra day […]
This Labor Day weekend, the concrete jungle will come to life like never before! When Electric Zoo Festival announced that they would be adopting the theme “The 6th Boro” for this year’s three-day electronic event, we were curious to see how MADE Events would meld their animalistic legacy with a fresh, metropolitan twist.
I thought it was just my imagination when I started watching Radiohead’s new video for Man Of War, but as confirmed by Gothamist the video was filmed in Brooklyn. Look out for shots in Greenpoint’s Cooper Park as well as Gardiner Ave in Bushwick. Check it out below:
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! Yr Weekend Starts Now! Episode #2 – March 31, 2017
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! See ya there!
Love songs don’t have to be mushy and chock-full of cliches. They can be dirty, weird, morbid, depressing, hyper-sexual, or just plain straightforward. The sentiment can come from both the heart AND the pants. It doesn’t matter how you say I love you, or I want you, or I want to die if you die—there […]
Guys, I think we might have fucked up. For years we metalheads have fantasized about hell on earth. From the goat altars of satanic black metal to the fire-licked peaks of every tech-death album cover ever, we imagined an underworld ascended—a dark fantasy dragged into the light. Now that we are living it on a […]
Alright Lars, count us in [click, click, click, stumble, click].
As presumed apocalypse kicks off today, This One Goes To Eleven is more than happy—as always—to provide the soundtrack. Good luck and good riddance, civilization.
Comedian Scott Rogowsky is back with his latest edition of