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Cold Beaches & Emily Blue Unite For Planned Parenthood Benefit Tour

This August, Planned Parenthood withdrew from the federal funding program, known as Title X, to avoid a new policy that forbids referrals to doctors who can perform abortions. This year alone, nine states have passed some of the country’s...

LIVE REVIEW: Told Slant, Lily Konigsberg @ Park Church Co-op

As someone who’s spent little time in them, it is strange how familiar old churches smell. They smell like warm dust, wood, and maple syrup—like a childhood home you’ve never stepped foot in before. It’s a combination of aromas...

PREVIEW: 10+ Must-See Bands @ Northside Festival

Summer doesn’t officially start until June 21st, but in Brooklyn, the informal kick-off feels more like the first week of June thanks to the annual Northside Festival. Growing exponentially since its inception in 2009, Northside provides sensory overload in the best way...

INTERVIEW + LIVE REVIEW: White Mystery Plays Market Hotel

Before White Mystery's show at Markey Hotel, Alex answered some questions via phone about touring, gear, and her role as Vice President of the Chicago chapter of the Recording Academy.

VIDEO REVIEW: NENA “Genau Jetzt”

NENA, who you may know from her world famous single, "99 Luftballons," has recently come out with a new video for her latest song "Genau Jetzt" ("Right Now").

LIVE REVIEW: The Hush Sound @ Webster Hall

There's nothing that makes you feel old quite like seeing some of your favorite bands from high school showcase 10-year reunion shows of albums you can pretty much sing in your sleep.

VIDEO REVIEW: Ryan Egan “Finest Hour”

Ryan Egan’s new video for his single “Finest Hour” showcases some groovy dance moves, hypnotizing falsetto vocals, and an overall air of mystery. The video sees Egan decked out in a white turtleneck showing off simple yet perfected dance...

LIVE REVIEW: Cardiknox @ Baby’s All Right

Thursday, January 14 saw Cardiknox opening for The Knocks at Baby’s All Right, making for a poptastic, dance-worthy night. They took the stage with an energy that didn’t leave until the last song was done, and I have a...

LIVE REVIEW: Rubblebucket @ Brooklyn Bowl

You probably won’t be surprised to hear that Rubblebucket completely rocked my and many other worlds on Friday, January 11 at Brooklyn Bowl. And you also probably won’t be surprised to know that attending one of their shows is...

LIVE REVIEW: Palberta @ Palisades

When the drummer of Palberta sat behind the kit and stared at the set with incredibly exaggerated concentration, she almost gave off the impression that she didn’t really know how to play. Every beat looked like a painstakingly calculated move, one you might see in a beginning musician who requires...

LIVE REVIEW: Father John Misty @ The Greene Space

I was sitting at my computer, experiencing one of the many downsides of being underemployed. Tickets for the sold-out Father John Misty concerts were going for well over $100 on Craigslist and Stubhub, and there weren’t many left. Then...

Live Review: SALES @ Comet Ping Pong

On June 18, Florida duo SALES played an intimate and charmingly awkward set at tiny venue Comet Ping Pong with local Maryland band Go Cozy as the opening act. The DC show was their second stop on their small east...