NYC Archive

CMJ is here, and we need a badge. Can you help with that?

What’s up everyone? CMJ 2012 has begun, and you know what that means… Lots of music, little sleep, and a lot more music.  Check out www.cmj.com for the info and scheduling. And if anyone has access to an additional badge, hit us up at [email protected] if you can help out. We’ll shout and retweet our […]

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MATT AND KIM played Syracuse, NY w/ OBERHOFER 10/4/12

Brooklyn hipster rock duo MATT AND KIM played an outstanding sold out show on 10/4 in Syracuse, NY! The indie darlings, currently promoting their new release, Lightning, mixed their super friendly, light hearted songs with a full-on dose of amp-induced dance party… It was really, really fun!

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SICK OF IT ALL added as Special Guest to REV 25 in NYC NEXT WEEK!

Pulling no punches to make the event complete insanity, none other than NYHC Legends SICK OF IT ALL are the special guest at Night 2 of Revelation Records 25 Anniversary show next week at Irving Plaza. It’s Clobberin’ Time! Check out the flyer HERE

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New Shai Hulud Album to feature Chad Gilbert; Playing Rev 25 in NYC 10/13

An out of control lineup just got even better, as original singer and current New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert is once again back with Shai Hulud for their new album on Metal Blade Records. He’ll also be the singer for REV 25 in NYC next month… Nuts!      

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Consider The Source at Sullivan Hall NYC; Heading to Germany and Israel

Saw these guys at Catskill Chill last Saturday… Friggin’ BRILLIANT! Definitely make it a point to check them out when they come to your area. They’re even giving away a pair of weekend passes to Sullivan Hall at their Facebook page, so check check it out! If you want to help them out with an […]

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Interview with John and Gabriel from Consider The Source. Playing @CatskillChill next weekend!

“Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Funk, ” as New York City’s Consider The Source describe themselves, kind of makes me think about Bootsy Collins riding on the Millenium Falcon hovering over Saudi Arabia. Seriously though, can’t you just visualize it? Maybe not, but if a power trio takes this much effort to define their sound, I can […]

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Edna’s Goldfish Interview with Brian Diaz

Let it be well known that a band doesn’t have to be around very long to have a tremendous impact on their genre. From 1997-2000, Edna’s Goldfish set the Long Island Ska scene on fire with their infectiously poppy, ridiculously energetic live performances. Touring with many of the heavyweights of the genre, the group exploded […]

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Archive: Interview with Jojo, Jon, and Tak from NERVE @jojomayernerve

Far too often, opening acts on highly popular bills fall by the wayside. You know it’s true… Your favorite band is set to take the stage at 10pm and, instead of checking out the 8 o’clock performers, you go to the bar next door because they have $3 drink specials, no line at the bar, […]

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Interview with Billy Graziadei from Biohazard

Admittedly, I was first exposed to Biohazard when Beavis and Butthead were rocking out to “Punishment” during one of their old school episodes. No problems, there… That show kicked ass (huh huh.) Since that day, I have always followed the band and checked out their albums. I picked up a limited copy of Urban Discipline […]

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