Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Arcade Fire played Madison Square Garden


For the first time in their career, Arcade Fire delivered an album that was met with harsh reviews from both fans and critics alike. Luckily, their current tour proves that they're still one of the best live bands in the world.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Baroness and Sannhet played Brooklyn Bazaar


To celebrate the relaunch of music magazine Revolver, the mighty Baroness and the best band in Brooklyn, Sannhet, crashed into Brooklyn Bazaar for a night of powerful music. In addition to promoting Revolver, the night also doubled as a benefit for mental health and awareness for National Suicide Prevention Day.


Thursday, September 07, 2017

Shabazz Palaces played Warsaw


This summer, rap futurists Shabazz Palaces dropped not one, but two full-length records. On a soggy Wednesday evening, the duo touched down in Greenpoint's Warsaw to mystify the people of New York with their eclectic rhythms and verses.

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

The Brian Jonestown Massacre played Brooklyn Steel


The Brian Jonestown Massacre rolled into Brooklyn Steel on their latest jaunt across North America. They stretched out their classic spaced-out sound for nearly two hours of seething bliss.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Washed Out played Brooklyn Steel


Ernest Greene's latest record, Mister Mellow, is his first for Stones Throw, and finds the artists moving from chilled-out tropical vibes to lush, textured grooves. On a chilling August night, he brought his new record to life at Brooklyn Steel.


Monday, August 28, 2017

Afropunk Brooklyn 2017


Afropunk returned to Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn for another year of unity and celebrated togetherness in a particularly rough year. It was equal parts music, art, fashion, and political revolution.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Brand New - "Can't Get It Out"


Brand New's latest album, Science Fiction, is a testament to their dynamic sound and the patience of meticulous production and self-determination to break through their old standards and emerge on top of their game.