Cast a spell. For punk rock.
Dreamy electronic pop to groove to.
Snag a state of the art recording rehearsal space for zero dollars.
Take a virtual tour of every vinyl shop in Brooklyn. Your guide spent three years working in a DC record shop and visited every single BK store in person.
Where Elsewhere lacks the lovably makeshift vibe of Glasslands, it compensates with more space and permanence.
The self-proclaimed “biggest & dopest indie, merengue, alternative, bachata, punk music festival in the world,” is back on September 9th at The Paper Box.
If you can RSVP online and get to Medgar Evers College by 4pm (or earlier, considering this is a free Joey Bada$$ show) you’re in for a treat.
Uber has demolished the taxi industry’s ability to gate keep through medallions and, somewhat similarly, Sofar is opening up the world of music venues.
We got a chance to chat with Miss Eaves, co-creator of our favorite 2017 protest track ‘404 Not Found’, about everything from BK rent to feminist tunes.