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Klaus Kinski

BrooklynVegan's Comedy Editor who has also been known to cover music stuff too. Will never turn down a free beer.
Prudential Center before The Original Misfits
photo by Amanda Hatfield

the Original Misfits tore the Prudential Center a new one (review, setlist, parking lot pics)

Backed by a wall of amps with glow-in-the-dark crimson ghosts painted on them and a massive LED screen, Jerry, Glenn, Doyle, Dave, and Acey tore through a career spanning 27-song setlist that had the crowd going completely bonkers.

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Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets

Nick Mason forms supergroup to play early Pink Floyd material at intimate UK shows

The supergroup includes Gary Kemp (Spandau Ballet) and Lee Harris (Ian Dury & the Blockheads) and the UK shows will focus solely on the Floyd's early material from ’The Piper at the Gates of Dawn’ and ’A Saucerful of Secrets.’

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electronic label OHM Resistance presenting Brooklyn showcase w/ Enduser & more

OHM Resistance, the prolific record label behind some of some of the most magnificent, unique, challenging, ear-shattering, bowel-loosening, confrontational, troubling, and mood-altering sounds ever recorded, will return to Brooklyn on Thursday December 14 at Sunnyvale where they will take over the venue with an unbelievable roster of artists.

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GNR at MSG - 10/15/17 (photo via @tomlee718)

Guns N’ Roses rocked MSG again (night 2 review & setlist)

If I am being honest, I wanted nothing more from this show than to hear the hits. And on that front, they not only didn't disappoint, but they blew my mind into micro bits. Classics like "It's So Easy", "Welcome to the Jungle", "Mr. Brownstone", "Rocket Queen", "Sweet Child O Mine", "Nightrain", and "Paradise City" were absolutely shattering...

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photo via BV Instagram

Quicksand and No Joy brought the thunder to Irving Plaza (review, setlist)

Though they've been reduced to a three-piece outfit due to some unfortunate circumstances surrounding guitarist Tom Capone, Quicksand sonically bulldozed the place as if nothing ever happened. The new songs off their first album in 22 years also stood up against the classics.

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