Features & Reviews

A Place To Bury Strangers is Coming to Brooklyn

A Place To Bury Strangers is Coming to Brooklyn

By Chelsea Booth Brooklyn’s post-punk, noise-rock trio, A Place To Bury Strangers will kick off their 2018 tour on Thursday, April 12 at Elsewhere. The wildly anticipated tour is in support of their fifth album, Pinned, which will be released on April 13.   A […]

Experience Dreams in Real Life at Dream Machine

Experience Dreams in Real Life at Dream Machine

By Ariana Hwang Dreams open up a new world for us, in which we are confronted by the most whimsical, strange, or sometimes scariest thoughts. It’s no wonder why we’re so fascinated by them. So what happens when we can really walk inside a dream? […]

Confirmed: Swedish House Mafia Will Reunite at Ultra

Confirmed: Swedish House Mafia Will Reunite at Ultra

By Chelsea Booth The Internet has been in a tailspin since rumors of a Swedish House Mafia reunion at Miami’s 20th Ultra Music Festival have surfaced. While a SHM reunion has been brought up every year since their “One Last Tour” ended at Ultra in […]

Two Recommendations A Day: Rina Sawayama, Darker Than Wax & Axe On Wax Party, and More

Two Recommendations A Day: Rina Sawayama, Darker Than Wax & Axe On Wax Party, and More

1. Rina Sawayama at Mercury Lounge Where: Mercury Lounge When: Tuesday, April 24th, 9:30 PM Buy Tix HERE   2. Darker Than Wax & Axe On Wax NYC : Baltra, Jitwam + more Where: Jupiter Disco When: Saturday, March 24th, 10 PM- 4 AM FREE […]

Color Station Presents: Su Na, BAILE, Gemma, and Evolving Traxs at Trans-Pecos

Color Station Presents: Su Na, BAILE, Gemma, and Evolving Traxs at Trans-Pecos

By Chelsea Booth “The door is finicky,” someone remarked, as I repeatedly tried to body slam myself into the DIY venue, Trans-Pecos . The show, which was curated by Troy Keon, owner of Brooklyn-based label Color Station , featured: Su Na, BAILE (both who are […]

Looking Back: Kesha’s Powerful Performance Was Exploited By The Grammys

Looking Back: Kesha’s Powerful Performance Was Exploited By The Grammys

(Photo credit: Timothy A. Clary) By Chelsea Booth It’s no secret that there was a lot wrong with the Recording Academy’s 60th Grammy Music Awards: Bruno Mars won Album of the Year, Lorde was snubbed for a solo performance, and Ed Sheeran, the only male […]

Making Live Music Great Again: Elsewhere, George Clanton, Negative Gemini’s EP Release Party

Making Live Music Great Again: Elsewhere, George Clanton, Negative Gemini’s EP Release Party

By Ariana Hwang It has been over a week and I have the song “Semi-Charmed Life” cycling in my head. It’s the Third Eye Blind song that goes, “Doo-doo-doo, doo-doo-doo-doo” in the refrain and chorus. A late 90’s classic and earworm I somehow casually keep […]

Are Concert Hologram Tours the New Normal or Just the Newest Novelty?

Are Concert Hologram Tours the New Normal or Just the Newest Novelty?

By Matteo Scher When Billboard announced in January that a Roy Orbison hologram would be embarking on a 21-day European and Australian tour, as a concert-goer and performing musician I couldn’t help but be skeptical. The thought of a 3D construction being able to entertain […]

Monthly Music Hackathon NYC Kicks Off 2018 With Science of Music

Monthly Music Hackathon NYC Kicks Off 2018 With Science of Music

By Ariana Hwang Musicians, programmers, composers, and scientists gather on the last Saturday of each month for Monthly Music Hackathon NYC. February’s theme was Science of Music and ended up being held at Spotify’s Lower Manhattan office. Coming in, I didn’t really fit the criteria […]