Last night, Sheer Mag played Revolution in Amityville and brought their new twist on classic rock to Long Island. No band has been able to replicate the distinct 1970’s sound that bands like Led Zeppelin pionee... Read More
Run the Jewels is my favorite rap group of all time.
This is not a slight to the revolutionary virtues of N.W.A or Public Enemy, nor to the empowering intellect and attitude of the Wu-Tang Clan or A Tribe Ca... Read More
Last week, Foxing brought their explosive and expansive live performance to the new Brooklyn Night Bazaar. While it wasn’t the most packed show of all time, their zealous fans reacted like they have at every ot... Read More
Last night Every Time I Die played a sold out show at Revolution. But it was unlike any other sold out show that’s ever graced Revolution. What happened for an hour and 15 minutes on a Friday night could only b... Read More
Last week, AFI brought their “The Blood Tour” to Terminal 5. To a sold out crowd of 3,000 people, AFI jammed through 17 songs that covered the entirety of their discography, illuminated with an array of dazzlin... Read More
Last week, East 11th Street turned back the clocks and took us to a time where pop punk reigned. A time when the world wasn’t divided between shoegaze-influences and twinkle-influences. A time where it was okay... Read More
Stony Brook University’s Graduate Student Organization brought in rockers Speedy Ortiz and Rick from Pile earlier this month for the first Stony Brooklyn show of the semester.
Rick from Pile opened the show... Read More
Few conflicts on this Earth resemble the conflict that I’ve recently had with Stony Brook Housing. In my many conflicts in life, this has perhaps been one of the greatest. Fuck Toll Drive.
Let’s rewind to la... Read More
Last night Hum showed NYC why they’re the undisputed kings of shoegaze. Along with a jaw-dropping co-headlining performance from Touché Amoré, Terminal 5 was the absolute place to be.
Basement opened on an o... Read More