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Loose Buttons play a sold-out show at The Dance in celebration of their debut album

To celebrate the release of their debut album, Something Better, Loose Buttons played a sold-out show at The Dance in NYC with support from Been Stellar and Stolen Jars.

As a follower of the band since late 2017, it has been amazing to see how much they have grown. The first time I saw Loose Buttons perform was at Alphaville, a small bar in Brooklyn. Since then, they’ve performed at various venues in the NYC area including, Mercury Lounge, Elsewhere Zone One, and Baby’s All Right. As New York natives, the band has developed a strong sense of community with other local DIY artists, and their presence within the NYC music scene and neighboring communities strengthen with every show they play.

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British psych-rockers Temples perform new songs from “Hot Motion” at Webster Hall

Temples rocked out Webster Hall last night to an appreciative crowd. The band was in strong, heavy form with solid drumming and bass, and some inventive synth work. Their heaviness was nicely balanced by clean and clear melodic vocals that rose over the rest of their sound. Continue Reading

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L.A. Salami mixes rock, folk and soul at Rough Trade in Brooklyn (with JW Francis)

L.A. (Lookman Adekunle) Salami put on an engaging show at Rough Trade in Brooklyn last night. The London native—accompanied by a bass player in a stripped down and personal format—performed his philosophical and imaginatively worded pop-rock. Continue Reading

Surf Curse Plays A High Energy, Sold-Out Show at Rough Trade NYC (with Teen Body and Dirt Buyer)

Early this October, Surf Curse played a sold-out show at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY. The band was supported by Teen Body and Dirt Buyer.

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Just Friends bring their unique blend of ska and pop punk to Brooklyn Bazaar

They’re not ska, they’re not pop punk; Just Friends is their own entity of music. Continue Reading

Two Door Cinema Club Plays a Vibrant, Energetic Show at The Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC

Two Door Cinema Club hit New York City with a powerfully energetic show at The Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom this past month. The band was accompanied by Overcoats, a badass, electronic-pop duo from New York.  

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Gareth Emery’s Laserface, “the World’s Greatest Laser Show,” returns to New York on May 31

Gareth Emery’s Laserface show first made a stop in New York in November 2017 at Terminal Five, and now its returning for a show that’s promising to be bigger, better and elevated to the next level. The May 31 show at Brooklyn Mirage will be the first-ever open-air Laserface show, featuring perfectly choreographed lasers by globally renowned show designer Anthony Garcia. Continue Reading

Emo alt rockers Basement draw a loyal fanbase to Irving Plaza in New York City (with Nothing and Teenage Wrist)

Alt rock/emo/pop punk/post hardcore/whatever heavy hitters Basement took over Irving Plaza in NYC Wednesday night and sent the crowd flying over each other in an attempt to scream the lyrics back into singer Andrew Fisher’s face. Continue Reading

Can Electric Zoo reclaim it’s place as a top EDM festival in 2019 with a killer lineup at Electric Zoo: Evolved

A combination of bad weather, transportation issues and high ticket prices have led to some negative attention for Electric Zoo, but as the festival prepares for year eleven, hopes are high for a memorable and seamless EDM festival experience. Continue Reading

Bad Suns turn Brooklyn Steel into a house party, complete with balloons and crowd surfing (with Carlie Hanson)

Whenever an L.A. band rolls into town, I get a strong urge to go and see them perform. It’s like a part of me desires the connection in order to curb the homesickness I occasionally get. Los Angeles natives, Bad Suns, performed at Brooklyn Steel in New York last Thursday. They began touring early this April to promote their new record, Mystic Truth, which was released on March 22. What was so great about the show was the energy that was radiated from the stage. I felt like I was at home. Continue Reading

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