The inaugural New Colossus Festival, the CMJ-esque music festival and industry conference, happens this weekend (March 7-10) at East Village/LES venues Pianos, Arlene's Grocery, The Delancey, Berlin, Coney Island Baby, and Bowery Electric.
Brooklyn indie punks Giant Peach followed their 2016 debut album Tarantula (Don Giovanni) with But You Made Me Such A Beautiful Thing on Dead Broke Rekerds today. They softened their sound up a bit for this album...
The festival aims to be "held in direct opposition to the apolitical sludge that has come to pass as 'indie' and that has nothing to do with operating independently." They add, "There will be no sponsors, no backdoor advertising via branded content, or other base money-making schemes."
Local punk/DIY staples Shellshag have upcoming shows, including a run with NJ/UK punks Pale Angels. That run includes a NYC show on March 5 at Suburbia, which also includes Natural Sway (ex-Delay) and Shellshag's Don Giovanni labelmates Giant Peach (who also play Union Pool on Saturday ...
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