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Courtney Barnett Details New Album and Spring Tour Melbourne native Courtney Barnett has unveiled the lead single from her upcoming, sophomore album Tell Me How You Really Feel. The album comes just three years after her debut record, the darkly observational, guitar-rock driven Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit. Check out the biting, women’s movement inspired single “Nameless, Faceless” below.     “I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and spit out better words than you,” Barnett sings over a bouncy guitar riff, as music video director Read More →
Here is the Amazing 2018 Panorama Festival Lineup Panorama Music Festival will turn three years old this Summer at Randall’s Island Park with the help of some incredible musicians, state of the art virtual reality art installations, and several DJs. After last year’s lineup—which included Nine Inch Nails, Tame Impala, Frank Ocean and Solange—fans didn’t think Panorama would possibly be able to outdo themselves for the following year. But after taking a look at the 2018 Panorama Festival lineup, it seems that organizers have done the impossible. The Weeknd, The Read More →
Upcoming Concerts in NYC, Tonight & August 2016 Concert Schedule As New York City endures the staggering heat waves of Summer, it’s comforting to think about  the amazing concerts scheduled to take place this season. If you thought the Spring concert season was great, just wait until you see what Summer has to offer. Here is our list of what we would consider the best upcoming NYC concerts in August 2016. So, grab your concert crew because some of the best live music the city has ever seen is coming soon. And maybe, we’ll see you there. If Read More →
Concerts in NYC, March 2014 – Part DUH | 13 Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss Two weeks ago, we put together a rundown of the 13 coolest must-see NYC concerts in the first half of March, 2014. We did that because we found out (the hard way) how much it blows to miss your favorite band in town. And then how much more it blows to miss them because you didn’t even know they were coming. We wanted to save you all the tears that we cried totally didn’t cry then, and we’re here today to tell you Read More →
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