Writing

Allah-Las’ Miles Michaud Converses About Vintage Instruments, Podcast Making, & Going Back in Time

Allah-Las’ Miles Michaud Converses About Vintage Instruments, Podcast Making, & Going Back in Time

Who He Is: Vocalist & Guitarist of Allah-Las   Who They Are:  Band with “A sound cultivated from the annals of California culture; the perfect mixture of the sands, the seas, the streets and cities of the golden state”. On Favorite Vintage Instruments/Equipment: “I think […]

VACANCES’ Danny Lannon on DIY Spaces, Goth Fashion, and Party Pictures

VACANCES’ Danny Lannon on DIY Spaces, Goth Fashion, and Party Pictures

WHO HE IS:  Indie surf-pop-punker via Brooklyn via the Bay Area via your happy place. On starting his career in digital marketing and music: “Back in the days of Myspace, I was learning how to use Myspace to market my band when I was younger. […]

Come to Lullavie’s Launch Party

Come to Lullavie’s Launch Party

By Ariana Hwang   A year ago, I changed the direction of my life by creating a new website. I know it sounds drastic, but beginning a site really feels like a pipe dream once you figure out just how much work it takes. Priorities […]

U2 Revives Joshua Tree on Album’s 30th Anniversary at Met Life

U2 Revives Joshua Tree on Album’s 30th Anniversary at Met Life

By Luis Lucero One type of tour that seems to be all the rage these days is the album retrospective tour. In this type of show, a band will play an album, usually their most popular record, in its entirety as a key part of […]

Two Recommendations a Day: Synthwave Party, Miguel, Toro y Moi, Declan Mckenna

Two Recommendations a Day: Synthwave Party, Miguel, Toro y Moi, Declan Mckenna

Events— TODAY (6/10/17)   1) Synthwave Party @ Saint Vitus Bar, Brooklyn   Starts at 11 pm and free with RSVP before MIDNIGHT. “For fans of Kavinsky Carpenter Brut, Perturbator, Dance with the dead,Gost, Robert Parker, Drive, Stranger Things, The Terminator, Blade Runner 2049 and […]

Party This Summer @ Brooklyn’s House of Vans

Party This Summer @ Brooklyn’s House of Vans

Shoe brands can throw some amazing parties. And we’re lucky because House of Vans and FYF have blessed us with an incredible summer lineup for FREE. There’s a good mix of indie/alternative rock, rap, and punk music coming from The Drums, Princess Nokia, and others. […]

It’s Personal, This Pet Grief

It’s Personal, This Pet Grief

Dear Stranger,   We used to be lovers and friends. You left very suddenly and didn’t even give a proper goodbye. No face to face. A text and radio silence. My silence wasn’t pure anger too; I was just stunned. Your words seemed to drip […]

The Dreamer’s Disease

The Dreamer’s Disease

I lie still.   Waking up to rejection is the worst.   Maybe this was how it was to not get a rose on the Bachelor. No, THIS was way worse than that show. HR didn’t see a future with me… and it punched another […]

11 Movie Scenes Where Music Felt Like Everything

11 Movie Scenes Where Music Felt Like Everything

By Ariana Hwang For it’s music and words, Amélie is one movie I  can fully appreciate to this day. The whimsical french film centers on the selflessness of a very charming, introverted character played by Audrey Tautou. But most of all, apart from the cinematography, the musical score really […]

Writers, What You Waiting For?

Writers, What You Waiting For?

By Ariana Hwang   I used to think winter was a blessing for a writer. I thought so because on cold nights, it was easy to make an excuse to stay home and write. They brought forth moments of isolation, and then I’d wait for […]