• ALBUM REVIEW: Bonobo “Migration”

    ALBUM REVIEW: Bonobo “Migration”

    Migration – the sixth studio album from electronic mastermind Simon Green (aka Bonobo) has been met with mixed reviews. But what is interesting music, if not polarizing? Upon first sitting with the 12-song LP, it became instantly apparent to this reviewer that one should hear [...]

  • ARTIST INTERVIEW: Jana Hunter

    ARTIST INTERVIEW: Jana Hunter

    Credit: Katrina Barber When you’re talking to Jana Hunter, nothing is taboo. As his band Lower Dens has gotten big, he’s used his platform to talk candidly about societal problems, like racism in the music industry and the enforcement of the gender binary, [...]

  • NEWS ROUNDUP: Prince, The Grammys & More

    NEWS ROUNDUP: Prince, The Grammys & More

    Prince’s Music Is Now Streaming It’s something that was impossible just a week ago: As I write this, I’m listening to Around The World In A Day on Spotify. Prince’s music was formerly streaming only on Tidal, but his estate sued to release it on [...]

  • INTERVIEW: Moon Hooch Learns to Live in the Moment

    INTERVIEW: Moon Hooch Learns to Live in the Moment

    In conjunction with the recent release of their free EP The Joshua Tree, nu-jazz band Moon Hooch will showcase their considerable presence and talents at the Brooklyn Bowl this Saturday. I was lucky enough to ask horn-player Wenzl McGowen a few questions about the band and what a live concert experience is like for them.

  • ONLY NOISE: #NotMyPresident’s Day

    ONLY NOISE: #NotMyPresident’s Day

    You remember it. You know you do. Every morning, at 9am sharp. Standing. Hat off. Left arm, stiff at your side. Right hand resting on heart – reluctantly. All together now: "I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic [...]

LIVE REVIEW: Avery Mandeville and Lords of Liechtenstein @ Pianos

February 6th, 2017|0 Comments

I always end up sprinting through the lower Lower East Side, the annoying part 15+ minutes off the L, Mercury Lounge and Berlin and all those dive bars I’ve cried in and made out in—usually [...]

LIVE REVIEW: Austra @ Warsaw

January 27th, 2017|0 Comments

There aren’t a whole lot of pop stars that are moved by The Accelerationist Manifesto – the philosophical text penned by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams. In fact, I’d feel safe waging that Austra’s Future Politics [...]

Featured Posts of The Month

ALBUM REVIEW: Bonobo “Migration”

February 21st, 2017|0 Comments

Migration – the sixth studio album from electronic mastermind Simon Green (aka Bonobo) has been met with mixed reviews. But what is interesting music, if not polarizing? Upon first sitting with the 12-song LP, it [...]

LIVE REVIEW: The Radio Dept. @ Union Transfer

February 16th, 2017|0 Comments

The Radio Dept, with it's combination of mellow haze and hypnotic beats, is a particular live experience that hits somewhere right in between stress-free and somewhat imaginatively demanding.

ALBUM REVIEW: Mozart’s Sister “Field of Love”

February 16th, 2017|0 Comments

Montreal-based Caila Thompson-Hannant, aka Mozart's Sister, is set to release her latest album Field of Love on Arbutus Records this Friday, a throw-back to Nineties dance pop and all its glittery, upbeat glory. Thompson-Hannant started [...]

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Sigrid, “Don’t Kill My Vibe”

February 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Within seconds of Sigrid’s “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” the Norwegian pop star has effectively communed with every woman in the world. “You shut me down/You like the control,” she sings in the opening measures. “You [...]

#NewMusicMonday

#NEWMUSICMONDAY: Black Coast “Sleep Alone”

August 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

New York-based producer Blackcoast is back with another exquisite electro-pop track to get you in a turbulent daze. "Sleep Alone" is his first single in eight months, [...]

#NEWMUSICMONDAY: Promises Ltd., “Days Of Lavender”

August 1st, 2016|0 Comments

This week's New Music Monday, comes to you from Promises Ltd., a new project from Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin and Charlie Brand of Miniature Tigers. Their [...]

#NEWMUSICMONDAY: Kamau “BooDha”

July 18th, 2016|1 Comment

You need to know Kamau.

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NEWS ROUNDUP: Prince, The Grammys & More

February 17th, 2017|0 Comments

Prince’s Music Is Now Streaming It’s something that was impossible just a week ago: As I write this, I’m listening to Around The World In A Day on Spotify. Prince’s music was formerly streaming only [...]

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EVENT PREVIEW: AudioFemme Holiday Show

December 19th, 2016|0 Comments

Join us this Wednesday, 12/21 for the annual AudioFemme holiday party! As well as live music and drinks, there'll be stickers, Xmas cookies, your favorite Femmes and a killer afterparty.

PREVIEW: Kitsune “Afterwork” 12/8 @ Soho Grand

November 30th, 2016|0 Comments

French cultural powerhouse and music/fashion/art tastemaker, Kitsune will be hosting the last installment of their "Afterwork" series on 12/8 at The Soho Grand. The event will feature sets from: AMBRÉ, [...]

PREVIEW + CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: “Angry Women”: A Group Exhibition Curated by Indira Cesarine

November 30th, 2016|1 Comment

Tribeca-based gallery The Untitled Space is currently accepting artist submissions for its forthcoming group exhibition, "Angry Women", running 1/17/17-1/22/17 featuring the work of 20 up and coming female artists in [...]

PREVIEW: Ray-Ban x Boiler Room Weekender 2016

November 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

In the spirit of friendship, Ray-Ban x Boiler Room are inviting all of their best friends, artists, DJs, collectives, creatives and fans to the Ray-Ban x Boiler Room Weekender; the single biggest Boiler Room event to date.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Bonobo “Migration”

February 21st, 2017|0 Comments

Migration – the sixth studio album from electronic mastermind Simon Green (aka Bonobo) has been met with mixed reviews. But what is interesting music, if not polarizing? Upon first sitting [...]

ARTIST INTERVIEW: Jana Hunter

February 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Credit: Katrina Barber When you’re talking to Jana Hunter, nothing is taboo. As his band Lower Dens has gotten big, he’s used his platform to talk candidly about [...]

NEWS ROUNDUP: Prince, The Grammys & More

February 17th, 2017|0 Comments

Prince’s Music Is Now Streaming It’s something that was impossible just a week ago: As I write this, I’m listening to Around The World In A Day on Spotify. Prince’s [...]

INTERVIEW: Moon Hooch Learns to Live in the Moment

February 17th, 2017|0 Comments

In conjunction with the recent release of their free EP The Joshua Tree, nu-jazz band Moon Hooch will showcase their considerable presence and talents at the Brooklyn Bowl this Saturday. I was lucky enough to ask horn-player Wenzl McGowen a few questions about the band and what a live concert experience is like for them.