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What’s going on Friday? (Jesu + Sun Kil Moon, Jason Isbell, Iron Chic, UXO, Soul Rebels, Martyn, Mystery Lights & more)
What’s going on Friday? (Jesu + Sun Kil Moon, Jason Isbell, Iron Chic, UXO, Soul Rebels, Martyn, Mystery Lights & more)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Jesu + Sun Kil Moon, Wilsen @ Music Hall of Williamsburg Jesu and Sun Kil Moon just released a collaborative album, and the best parts of both projects sh...
What’s going on Saturday? (Disappears, Timmy’s Organism, UMO, Matt Pryor, Kool Keith, Sheer Terror, Josh Ritter, more)
What’s going on Saturday? (Disappears, Timmy’s Organism, UMO, Matt Pryor, Kool Keith, Sheer Terror, Josh Ritter, more)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Disappears @ Baby's All Right Disappears covered 'Low' in full live last year as part of the David Bowie exhibit at Chicago's MCA, putting their own stark, krauty bent on what was an already stark and krauty rec...
What’s going on Friday? (Wand, EL VY / Wye Oak, U.S. Girls, Frog Eyes, Made of Oak, Lee Ranaldo, NYCF & more)
What’s going on Friday? (Wand, EL VY / Wye Oak, U.S. Girls, Frog Eyes, Made of Oak, Lee Ranaldo, NYCF & more)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Wand, Junk Boys, Pollen @ Mercury Lounge LA group Wand have released two albums this year -- the fuzz-overload Golem, and the more nuanced, melodic 1000 Days -- both of which are great...
Ten Foot Pole, Sloppy Seconds, D.I., Antidote, Slaughter & the Dogs, Joey Cape and more punk tours hitting Grand Victory
Ten Foot Pole, Sloppy Seconds, D.I., Antidote, Slaughter & the Dogs, Joey Cape and more punk tours hitting Grand Victory
Punk veterans Ten Foot Pole, who formed as the hardcore band Scared Straight in the early '80s but changed their name before 1993's more melodic punk-styled Swill, have announced that they'll release their first new album since 2004's Subliminable Messages in 2015 via Cyber Tracks (El Hehe of NOFX's label)...