Within contains thoughts on the entirety of Afropunk Fest and photos from Day 2, including Big Freedia and Vintage Trouble.
The Octopus Project reaches new heights in full voice (Four Minds = Eight Hands = Big Sound = Huge Fun).
Pictures from Afropunk Fest Day 1, including ones of Saul Williams and the kids of Unlocking the Truth, are here.
Opening for Parachute, Hires faced a gaggle of girls at Irving Plaza, nearly five years from his first gig there, to celebrate his just released 'This World Won't Last Forever...'.
NYC Beer Week doesn't come around again until 2014, but that doesn't mean the New York City Brewers Guild hasn't already started getting ready for the festivities. To kick off fundraising for next year's week filled with fine brews from around the world, the Brewers Guild will be throwing a Block Party at The Well in Brooklyn on August 25.
Fresh from their gig at Lollapalooza, the folksy group from the Emerald Isle, Little Green Cars gave a solid show for a small audience in NYC.
Five good reasons to catch Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, and David Marks in concert if you get a chance.
A number of premieres, a number of other artists, guests and collaborators and the NY performance debut of cellist Sunny Jungin Yang were all part of the free shows given by the Kronos Quartet as part of their 40th anniversary celebration at Lincoln Center.
With the thermometer hitting 100 degrees in New York City on Saturday, July 20, dwellers were in need of refuge. Luckily, right in the heart of the East Village, Webster Hall was hosting a beer and jazz festival. And with air-conditioning as a major selling point, attendance was high for a day filled with fine beer, food, and of course, music.
As Pitchfork Music Festival 2013 struggled to find, refresh, or maybe just reinvent its identity, one has to wonder: what exactly is the appeal of music fest in 2013, apart from seeing a lot of bands in the same vicinity?