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Vans House Parties Kick Off Summer In Brooklyn

Vans House Parties Kick Off Summer In Brooklyn

Yesterday was the first day of summer, and the longest day of the year. Temperatures soared in the high 90’s, fights broke out on subway platforms, electricity flickered from the OD on air conditioning, men in suits looked like they wanted to cry and outdoor seating seemed ...

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June 21st, 2012

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A Festival Is Born: Long Live CBGB

A Festival Is Born: Long Live CBGB

We have all heard of the legendary CBGB & OMFUG. This club on the Bowery played a key role in making the New York music scene what it is today, embracing the dirt, grime and guts of the 1970s-‘80s Big Apple noise. Founder Hilly Kristal put a stress on being unique, ...

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June 21st, 2012

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An Ode To The New Bonnaroo

An Ode To The New Bonnaroo

My first Bonnaroo was in 2006. I had just finished college and was couch surfing/job hunting around New York when a friend and I decided to drive down and escape our post-grad limbo. Once there, I was immediately in love with everything the festival had to offer; the ...

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June 13th, 2012

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7 Reasons We’re Heading To Camp Bisco XI

7 Reasons We’re Heading To Camp Bisco XI

It’s no secret that last year’s Camp Bisco took on a new brand of pandemonium.  And, due to the flooding of teenage ragers (some claimed to not even know who the hosting band was), it’s great to hear that the firm fellows behind MCP Presents are taking plenty of steps in the

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June 6th, 2012

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Industry Talk With Dynasty Electric

Industry Talk With Dynasty Electric

After attending the video release party for Dynasty Electric’s “Eye Wide Open” last month, we knew we had to get a little more information on Seth Misterka and Jenny Electrik. The electro duo has made a name for themselves with performances at large-scale festivals like ...

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June 2nd, 2012

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6 Picks for Catalpa NYC

6 Picks for Catalpa NYC

This summer, New Yorkers are oh-so-stoked to have a second two-day music festival to ferry on over to, thanks to the inaugural run of Catalpa NYC Music Fest. Set to be held on Randall’s Island July 28 to 29, this fest strives to combine artistry with interactive experiences,

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June 1st, 2012

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A Miami Drummer Packs Her Kit For L.A.

A Miami Drummer Packs Her Kit For L.A.

What is the state of the State Of, exactly? Miami’s beloved live duo, vocalist/key/synth extraordinaire Steph Taylor and her partner in musical crime, dexterously dangerous drummer and harmony machine Nabedi Osorio are splitting up. But, luckily, the breakup is not ...

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June 1st, 2012

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The Anthony Chris Granaghan Trifecta: Jazz, Chill, Rock

The Anthony Chris Granaghan Trifecta: Jazz, Chill, Rock

When we made our official call for “Mood Music” playlists, we were overwhelmed by one Melodysiac’s trio of tune fixes. Anthony Chris Granaghan decided to submit three different playlists for music lovers who adjust to mood changes with the medicine of audio.

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May 17th, 2012

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Jolt Radio: Read Up & Stream On

Jolt Radio: Read Up & Stream On

Miami is constantly overflowing with local talent, which is why John Caignet originally launched Jolt Radio on his own back in 2010. He’s lived here long enough to consider Miami his favorite city in the U.S., and doesn’t really understand how some people might refer to it ...

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May 17th, 2012

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Pictureplane Entrances Miami

Pictureplane Entrances Miami

Surrounded by a scene of incestuous know-it-alls, seldom are we right when we feel as though we’ve discovered some underground phenom that should poke his head above the surface of our musical circles. And, that’s not referring to discovering an artist – as in hearing his ...

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May 7th, 2012

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