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  • Category: Features

    Breaking Down All 19 Performances At Brooklyn Comes Alive 2016 [Setlists/Photos/Recap]

    On October 22nd, the musical celebration that is Brooklyn Comes Alive returned to Williamsburg. The one-day festival, which took place at Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg, and The Hall at MP, brought over fifty musicians together to in unique super groups, all connected by the driving force of spontaneity. Whether you like funk, soul, dance music, hip […]

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  • Category: News

    Watch Full Set Footage From Tedeschi Trucks’ “Mad Dogs And Englishmen” Tribute

    One of the most anticipated sets at LOCKN’ Festival 2015 was the Mad Dogs & Englishmen tribute to Joe Cocker. Anchored by the Tedeschi Trucks Band, the group hosted an incredible lineup of special guests throughout the night, including Leon Russell, Dave Mason, Rita Coolidge, Chris Robinson, Doyle Bramhall II, John Bell, Alecia Chakour, and Warren Haynes. The set featured some of Cocker’s most cherished hits, producing some of the most […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    The New Shpongletron 3.1 Set Up Will Blow Your Mind

    Shpongle just wrapped up his “New Shpongletron 3.1” tour with a run of shows on the East Coast, including a spellbinding performance at the House of Blues Boston last Thursday, April 2nd. Bringing along Phutureprimitive for the tour and Schlang for the evening, all three delivered captivating sets. Check out photographer Adam Straughn’s shots from […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Americana In Full Force At The Route 29 Revue, With Guster, Devil Makes Three, Trombone Shorty, Trampled by Turtles and More, 9/13

    When Merriweather Post Pavilion opened its gates this past Saturday, fans feared that the same storms that had disrupted Phases of the Moon Festival in Illinois had rolled east to do the same to All Good Presents Route 29 Revue. Although the weather forecast may have kept Merriweather from even nearing its capacity, it certainly […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Heavy Hittin’ Moments From LockN’

    Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA once again played host to the second annual LockN’ Festival over the past four days. The music was an interlocking tangle of various genres, with each day bringing a little something for everyone. Thousands of fans came from near and far to experience this massive festival under the blazing sun. With several changes made to […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Cazzette Ejects The Helmets For An Intimate Night @ Lavo

    Evan McGrath On the eve of the release of their first album Eject Pt. 1, Swedish duo Cazzette dropped by Midtown Manhattan hotspot Lavo for an unconventional and entertaining performance. The young producers Alexander Bjorklund and Sebastian Furrer make music that is hard to fit into any one sub-genre of electronic music. While the same might […]

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  • Category: News

    Blink-182 To Release EP By Christmas

    Michael Haskoor After a recent split from Interscope Records (after 15 years with the label), a now independent Blink-182 has announced that they are recording music and announced that they will be releasing an EP by Christmas. Lead Vocalist Tom Delonge’s Twitter account seems to be the major outlet for Blink-182 news, with a tweet […]

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    The Rolling Stones Release “One More Shot” off GRRR!

    Kunj Shah “One More Shot”, the latest release by The Rolling Stones, is their second new track off their upcoming compilation album, GRRR!.  Last month, the band released “Doom and Gloom”, a track that was also recorded at their studio in Paris earlier in the summer.  The album will be a three disc greatest hits compilation featuring 50+ tracks […]

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  • Category: Album Reviews

    Rusko – KAPOW EP (ALBUM REVIEW)

    Alisa Tiburzi With the release of “KAPOW”, Rusko’s latest 4-track EP, huge waves have been made in the ocean that is EDM. After a blunder with Mad Decent, which he was releasing tracks through before, it’s clear that Rusko has no plans to return to a record label, rather choosing to continue giving his music […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Downlink at Webster Hall: A Fright to Remember

    Alisa Tiburzi A night at Webster Hall, one of New York’s biggest venues, never fails to leave you with life long memories. This club is serious about bringing the dubstep, which is why it came as no surprise that Downlink was spinning there this past Saturday. What was a surprise, however, was that Downlink was […]

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