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Ah, remember the Williamsburg of yore? Aka, two years ago when there were still plenty of DIY music venues thriving in the looming shadow of the waterfront's new condos? Now, that shadow is occupied by the infamous VICE offices, a complex of laptops and coldbrew that sprawls across Kent Avenue. If I sound bitter, I'm not, at all--having a major corporation in place of beloved music venues is totally fine with me. Gentrification, progress,...
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 an exhaustive look at Brooklyn’s music venues, a piece on Brooklyn recording studios, and much, much more. Check out the Northside music lineup, and consider...
Where the best albums are judged as grand, considered statements, we allow the best EPs of any given year to exist as well-executed whims, fascinating documents of artistic transition, or the first signs of budding talent. Those things are all super valid! This year saw an explosion of high-quality mini-masterpieces, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the mid-90s heyday of maxi-CD imports. Maybe that’s an acknowledgment of shrinking modern attention spans? Maybe...
Gnarled noise-punk duo Yvette have become a fixture in New York's hardcore scene since their inception a couple years ago. The New York-based band made up of vocalist/guitarist Noah Kardos-Fein and drummer Dale Eisinger is currently signed to Godmode Records. Their music is punishing wall of noise, but it's also melodic in a way that allows people who aren't necessarily fans of heavy stuff to connect to it. That was certainly the case for...

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