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Juliann DiNicola

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Juliann enjoys falling asleep on the couch, bodega sandwiches & all things music.
At only 23 years old, Elliot Moss is a shining talent in the indie community, combining multi-instrumentalist skills along with production and songwriting abilities. His debut album, Highspeeds, was put out before he could even legally have a beer in America. Recently, Moss put out another project, an EP titled Boomerang on Sounds Expensive. From that came the single "Without The Lights," which has picked up a lot of steam, garnering over two million views on YouTube. Moss is bringing his act...
Sponsored by McCarren Hotel and Pool.  Throughout the year, Brooklyn Magazine partners with McCarren Hotel & Pool to give New York creatives a two-night staycation in the heart of Williamsburg and the opportunity to show us their favorite spots in the neighborhood. McCarren Hotel & Pool offers an urban retreat with an ideal location for exploring one of Brooklyn’s most exciting neighborhoods. With their contemporary American restaurant & bar Oleanders, a lively rooftop bar featuring...
Important thinking happens on a drive. Living in Brooklyn, time spent bounding down long empty roads with nothing but music to keep you company is not only a rare occurrence, it’s an impossible one. Seeking a moment of silent reprieve from post-Trump daily life, I went to find it on the road. I have long been an activist, so critically following daily political happenings and their social counterparts is not an uncommon activity for me,...
MATTE Projects, the curators behind Full Moon Festival, are bringing their immersive arts and multimedia party, BLACK, back to New York City. BLACK aims to unify music, design and art for a one-night-only blow out at Brooklyn Hangar on April 8th. With performances scheduled by rapper Tommy Genesis, British grime act Trim, art from Hubert Dobler and a light show by Montiel, BLACK is guaranteed to ignite all your senses. We chatted with MATTE's curators, Max...

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