For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily. Monday, 9/1: 'Fool's Gold Day Off' 50 Kent 2:00 p.m., $15-$30 If you can't make it out of town for Labor Day, local hip-hop/electronic label Fool's Gold can always be counted on to make sure you hav ... More >>
"I have three passions," says Garry Embry. "Rock and roll, whiskey, and beer." The three converge at The Moonlight Mile (200 Franklin Street, Brooklyn, 718-389-3904), the bar he just opened in Greenpoint. Embry was laid off from his corporate job after 21 years, and he and his wife decided it was ti ... More >>
From Bjork to Prodigy, producer Damian Taylor has worked with his fair share of unique artists. Now he has brought us the crunchy remix of the title track off of Middle Class Rut's album Pick Up Your Head. The duo of Zack Lopez and Sean Stockham that make up Middle Class Rut. They put out their soph ... More >>
We've built a culture that breathlessly responds to the reckless id of horny rock stars. It's either another colorful facet of pop culture or the crumbling of our basic human values, depending on how you look at it. What we do know, is that gross white men sticking their penis into esoteric things i ... More >>
We covered a lot of music ground in 2013. You loved all of it (especially if the word "douchiest" was in the title). But some stories were more read than others. Here now, our 20 most popular posts of the year. Thanks for reading, and see you next year!!
We covered a lot of music ground in 2013. You loved all of it. But some stories were more read than others. Here now, our 20 most popular posts of the year, 20 - 11. Thanks for reading, and see you next year!! See also: The 10 Best Metal Albums of 2013
I have an embarrassing tendency to bait people into conversations where I just talk about cool things I am doing. Surprise, right? While it likely stems from being bored with hearing of the mundane achievements of others (babies, crappy jobs, cars), there is a part of me that figures it must stem fr ... More >>
Hey: Albums! In case people still care about these things, here's a batch of potentially interesting releases arriving in the calendar year.
In 1978, the Sex Pistols would have hocked snot at the idea of being associated with prim layouts and orderly type. Sublime's signature colors were not purple, pink, red, and gray; The Replacements had no ties to concentric squares. Dr. Know and Gorilla Biscuits never put pinwheels anywhere i ... More >>
Guided By Voices w/Wavves, Surfer Blood McCarren Park Saturday, June 18, 2011 Better than: Just hearing the show without seeing it, which is what everyone who lives on my street got to do anyway. It's long been gospel that you can't tell Robert Pollard anything. Attempts by well-meaning biz type ... More >>
Punk rockabillies by any other name . . .
Featuring the odd return of 1995, in the persons of Soundgarden and Green Day, modern arena-rock surrogates the Strokes, Arcade Fire, MGMT, Phoenix, the National, and the Black Keys, and who else but Lady Gaga? Music is a befuddling tapestry in which Cypress Hill will always have a home. Comp ... More >>
The three on the right: Henry Rollins, Greg Ginn, and Chuck Biscuits, elusive even in Black Flag. Photo by Dave Markey.As harsh as 2009 has been for celebrity deaths, it's been an even harsher year for Internet-based fake celebrity deaths. As of June, the real-to-fake death ratio has approach ... More >>
Punk rabble-rousers return to fight the Battle of Los Angeles again
Uploader Supreme Joly MacFie Puts Indie-Rock New York on Cable and the Web
Tony Hawk Airs on the Side of Commercialism