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With this year’s Northside Festival fast approaching (June 6-12), we figured it was a good time to check in on the local music scene, to get more in tune with the community we’ll be celebrating come June. We’ll be rolling out lots of great music-related content this week, including our picks for the 9 NYC bands you need to hear, a look at Brooklyn's best recording studios, and much, much more. Check out the Northside...
Let’s be real, this year has been pretty bleak. Maybe all this holiday “cheer” doesn’t seem quite right this year. Perhaps you feel that celebrations are not really in order. But you’re not going to just sit there in silence now, are you?  To help compile this special playlist, we recruited a handful of music heads from around town who aren’t exactly known for their taste in cheerful music. Pull the needle off that...
The Teen Age make great music that sounds like it's been piped straight outta Dad's garage and into the grimiest, mosh-pittiest, coolest late night music venue you've ever been into in your life. Which, as it turns out, is exactly why we love them. They make music that sounds familiar—steeped in the tradition of garage rock, reverb-soaked indie bands of yore—and that's also why we, you know, trust them. It's like they're already family. And what...
No. 6 285 Closes, DIY Grows Up What’s Next for the DIY Scene? Going Legit. The eulogies that ran everywhere from the Times to The New Yorker for beloved underground venue 285 Kent as it shut its doors in January settled on a happy conclusion. It won’t be the last space to mean something to the local do-it-yourself culture—Brooklyn is far too crowded with smart, hungry kids with something to get off their chests for DIY to...

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