Concert Preview

The Nude Party have slowly but steadily built a solid local following her in New York and have made Brooklyn venue Baby’s All Right their second home of sorts.

This month they have a mini residency at the venue, featuring three nights with very special guests and friends playing alongside them. The first show already went down earlier this week, but night 2 will go down on August 24 with Boytoy, Stuyedeyed and Jonathan Toubin opening the show and night 3 on August 31, with Max Pain And The Groovies and Ghostfunk Orchestra opening things up.

Tickets for both shows are just $5 and are still on sale for now. Both should be a good old time at Baby’s.

Preview: Emerging Music Festival 2017

By Will Oliver, August 16th 2017

(Photo by Ryan Muir)
The Emerging Music Festival returns to Bryant Park for it’s third year, expanding to a two-day format this Friday and Saturday, bringing double the dose of music and new emerging talent.

Friday night will feature performance from 79.5, Luke Elliot, Mail The Horse and Landlady, while Saturday features Breanna Barbara, RIPS, Cassandra Jenkins, Maybird, Super Yamba Band and Space Captain. It’s an exciting and eclectic line-up of new talent to keep an eye out for. The fact that it’s a free show for two days, is the cherry on top.

For more on the festival head to the event page and drop on in to Bryant Park this weekend if you’re in the area.

Preview: Kelly Lee Owens Tonight at the Good Room

By Will Oliver, July 12th 2017

London musician Kelly Lee Owens released her self-produced / self-titled debut album in March via Smalltown Supersound.

She’s currently in town for her first U.S. tour, bringing her show to Brooklyn tonight for a headlining gig at Good Room where she will bring her dream pop sounds to life.

It’s your first chance to see the rising talent here and you can still grab some tickets for the show right here, or grab them at the door. It should be a good one.
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Preview: Boston Calling 2017

By Will Oliver, May 25th 2017

The 2017 edition of Boston Calling kicks off tomorrow and it looks to be the biggest version yet, both figuratively and quite literally. This is the eight edition of the festival, and now the festival has moved to the much bigger Harvard Athletic Complex, which allowed them to double the amount of acts they were able to host, in addition to making the festival much larger on many different levels.

The diverse lineup will feature headlining sets from the likes of Chance The Rapper, Tool. Bon Iver, Sigur Ros, The XX, Major Lazer, Weezer and more. With so many stages, Boston Calling vets will finally have the unfamiliar problem of conflicts, which wasn’t an issue with the previous two-stage set-up at City Hall. But hey, with more great artists come more tough choices.

If you’re in the area or still debating whether to go, there are still three-day tickets available as well as single day passes. Head here for more information on tickets.

Psych rock legend Arthur Brown is bringing his The Crazy World of Arthur Brown performance to the U.S. for their first tour in 47 (!) years. For fans of psych rock in general, this is not a show to be missed as many of the psych rock groups of today have been influenced by the group in some way.

They’ll stop in to New York for a performance at Le Poisson Rouge this Thursday, February 23. The show is not sold out yet, but based on how long it’s been since they last graced us in NYC, I would recommend you move fast on these. You can buy your tickets now right here. Electric Citizen will open the show.

Come back soon as we will have photos from the show coming very soon.

Preview: Shy Girls at Music Hall of Williamsburg

By Will Oliver, February 9th 2017

Shy Girls, the project of Portland-native singer/producer Dan Vidmar released his debut album Salt earlier this year via Hit City U.S.A.. He’s currently on the road in support of the album, bringing its sounds for a small East Coast tour this week.

Shy Girls will bring the action to New York tomorrow night, for a performance in Brooklyn at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Support will come from openers Flamingosis and NOIA.

Tickets for the sure are currently still on sale, and stay tuned, as we will have coverage of the show coming very soon.
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