Years & Years @ Le Poisson Rouge, 03/31/15

The weather on March 31st might have called for scattered showers, but that did little to dissuade excited Years & Years fans from queuing outside of Le Poisson Rouge hours before doors opened. Despite being sold out, many waited for hours on line in the hopes of finding extra tickets. This wasn’t unlike the first gig […]

PINS @ Pianos 03/18/14

Pianos plays host to diverse lineups nightly, but the evening of March 18th saw them host a few acts far beyond Brooklyn. While Courtship Rituals still represented the locals, we also saw Glass Towers and PINS who hail from Sydney and Manchester, respectively. The group of bands offered a variety of sounds that, as much […]

Honduras EP Release Show @ Radio Bushwick 3/01/14

Some bands just manage to instantly attract people’s attention and keep them hooked with as little as the first few notes of a passionate opening number. Brooklyn-based four piece, Honduras, is such a group. Their sets, composed of surf-rock-infused songs filled with undertones of 70’s British immediacy, are performed with an effortless charisma that is […]

Skaters Album Release @ Bowery Ballroom, 2/24/14

Skaters have been the subject of a lot of hype lately. In addition to playing their fair share of opening slots recently, articles about them have been popping up in magazines, social media, and virtually every music-related website out there (as well as some non-music-related). Touted as a new, young band responsible for capturing the […]

Metronomy @ Music Hall of Williamsburg, 2/5/14

With the March tenth release of Love Letters quickly approaching, the members of Metronomy have been doing their rounds in order to promote their new album. February fifth found them in Brooklyn playing an intimate sold out show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, which featured new modifications and additions to their unique live performances. […]

Jake Bugg @ Terminal 5 1/10/14

The night of January 10th may not have been as staggeringly cold as those that had plagued the city of New York weeks before thanks to the polar vortex, but those that lined up early to queue for Jake Bugg’s sold out Terminal 5 show were definitely feeling the chill in the air as they […]

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