Like seeing live music? Well GOOD NEWS, we've got every concert in the city worth a pair of ear plugs right here for you to comb through, and we add to the list each day.
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For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
Catch up with Julian Casablancas and the boys
Albert Hammond Jr. is back–it just took him a little while to get here. Earlier this year the rhythm guitarist for the Strokes opened up about his years-long addiction to cocaine, heroin, and ketamine that finally overwhelmed him during the recording sessions for 2011's Angles at his One Way S ... More >>
See Albert Hammond Jr.’s favorite flick
"Alicia! Alicia! Over here!" shouted the front-row photographers at Alicia Keys, who had just arrived at Moynihan Station to see the EDUN show. Decked out in sunglasses, a white blouse, and white jeans with black tuxedo stripes, she pulled another woman with long brown hair into the shot. "Who's th ... More >>
Harper SmithWednesday night is polarizing. First you've got a free show at the Bowery Electric with the Postelles (that's them to the left), an Albert Hammond Jr.-produced retro-rock pack. Then there's the significantly less Motown-ish yet equally vintage lo-fi rock of Harlem at the Mercury L ... More >>
Jon GraboffHe was 42. The Nashville-born multi-instrumentalist had been a New York fixture for more than a decade, producing and writing for artists as varied as Albert Hammond Jr. and Fat Joe. In 2006, he became the bassist for Ryan Adams & the Cardinals, who dubbed him "Spacewolf." Feinstei ... More >>
New York magazine has produced that article about New York noobs and why they come here, which we saw them working on earlier, and about all you need to know about it is in this quote: "Many offered some variation on 'I came here to live out my dream.'" If you can stomach more, a former nanny says s ... More >>
If it's true that He Who Dies With The Most Posts Wins, Moby's in the running for first--dude has been posting on his Internet "journal" for eight years (?!!), which is somehow longer than both God or Fluxy. And so we add another one to his "about" collection, simply because it's been brought to our ... More >>
More basic, thin, and stylish pop jams
An MTV takeover results in better bands, random absurdity, and . . . videos
Reminisces on last night's, last year's, and the last half-decade's parties as Fly Life turns five
The first Stroke to go solo does so in remarkably quiet fashion
NYC celebs take over Fontana's, Annex, Slipper Room, Corner Billiards