Features & Reviews

Meet Lauren Pfieffer, Mixing Vintage Fashion With Personal Growth

Meet Lauren Pfieffer, Mixing Vintage Fashion With Personal Growth

By Luis Lucero For any out of towner who just moved to New York City, their first day of living here is something of a milestone. In the case of Lauren Pfieffer (pronounced Pie-fer), originally from Mansfield, Ohio, she just celebrated her two year anniversary […]

Two Recommendations a Day: Nick Cave’s “The Let Go”, Chromeo (DJ Set), and Pride Music Videos to Watch

Two Recommendations a Day: Nick Cave’s “The Let Go”, Chromeo (DJ Set), and Pride Music Videos to Watch

1. Nick Cave, “The Let Go” Interdisciplinary artist Nick Cave creates a dance-based town hall—part installation, part performance—to which the community of New York is invited to “let go” and speak their minds through movement, work out frustrations, and celebrate independence as well as community. […]

New Vlog

New Vlog

By Ariana Hwang Back at it with another vlog! Follow Alejandro and I as we go around thrifting inside Bushwick’s Urban Jungle and then later, sit down to eat at a sexually themed Japanese restaurant called Kenka.

Sick of Suburbia — Why Long Island Sucks

Sick of Suburbia — Why Long Island Sucks

By Ariana Hwang   There are so many homes on every street Piling into lines so neat, but I won’t fold into these lives, I’m too drunk on that Suburban smell, to know which one of them is mine – The Districts (“Suburban Smell”)   […]

Get on Board: The Skate Kitchen and The Kills

Get on Board: The Skate Kitchen and The Kills

All Photos By Brielle Tumbarello By Chelsea Booth   It’s a feeling that female skateboarders are often denied:   The ease of walking into a skatepark with an inherent sense of belonging— the confidence of knowing it doesn’t matter if you shred, suck, or are […]

Is Mr. Peanutbutter Doing His Best Donald Trump Impression?

Is Mr. Peanutbutter Doing His Best Donald Trump Impression?

By Denny Jacob BoJack Horseman loves pushing the envelope when it comes to uncomfortable content, and everything is fair game: unhappy childhoods, substance abuse, mass shootings, you name it. Netflix’s animated original series, which first aired in 2014, doesn’t pull any punches when it comes […]

Two Recommendations a Day: Arca, Tech Day, Childish Gambino, Crumb

Two Recommendations a Day: Arca, Tech Day, Childish Gambino, Crumb

1. A Prelude to the Shed: Arca Where: 10 Ave and 31st Street When: May 11th, Friday at 5 pm FREE with RSVP or at the door (Limited tickets available onsite)   2. Tech Day Where: Pier 94, 7111 12th Avenue When: May 10th, 10 […]

Gallery: Rina Sawayama at Mercury Lounge

Gallery: Rina Sawayama at Mercury Lounge

All Photos by Pauline Pokoradi

Q&A: No Wonders and Their Debut EP

Q&A: No Wonders and Their Debut EP

By Chelsea Booth In their debut self-titled EP, No Wonders authentically capture the uncertain nature of early adulthood; that period of time where you are no longer an adolescent, but you’re not quite an adult yet either.   Taking influences from bands like Whirr, Bombay […]

Rock That’s Too Tough to Kill: A Place to Bury Strangers and Surfbort

Rock That’s Too Tough to Kill: A Place to Bury Strangers and Surfbort

By Chelsea Booth All Photos By Brielle Tumbarello   A Place To Bury Strangers (APTBS) have long been hailed as New York’s loudest band and during their release show for their fifth album Pinned, APTBS proved themselves not as New York’s loudest band, but instead as […]