BY Abigail Nutter in Music Stuff on Mar 21, 2014 |
If you don't have plans tonight at around 8 or 9 pm, don't miss this kick-ass She's United Show at Death by Audio in Brooklyn!!!
She's United is a celebration of women in the music industry,and is being supported by Tom Tom Magazine, MADDD GRRRL zine, and The Brooklyn Women's Collective.
Her's some info taken from the Facebook Event page:
BANDS (Door 8pm/ Show 9pm) $8---FIELDED-----CLINICAL TRIALS ----------PSYCHIC ... Read More
BY Elle Brosh in Music Stuff on Mar 21, 2014 |
Female musical artists have been blowing up both the mainstream and alternative charts the past couple of months. We are only 21 days into March, Women's History Month might I add, and a number of talented ladies have released some of the most bad-ass albums and singles we have heard all year. Here are a few of the favorites from this month that you should definitely listen to and keep on your radar.
1.) MøDanish electro-pop artist, Karen Marie ... Read More
BY Brittany Allen in Music Stuff on Mar 18, 2014 |
Zohra Atash trots into Birch Coffee dressed to the nines – which is hardly a surprise given the rising star's reputation as a “goth goddess.” Despite righteously rocking a bright lip, a fringe leather coat, and a mop of carefully fussed black hair, the diminutive singer seems...skittish. After she insists on buying the coffees, Atash admits that crowded spaces make her nervous – despite all her years in New York (and as, you know, a ... Read More
BY Abigail Nutter in Music Stuff on Mar 17, 2014 |
We all know that Mondays are THE WORST for getting stuff done -- like getting out of bed-- so we’ve rounded up the top 5 most fabulous YouTube videos inspired by Beyoncé’s latest album Beyoncé.
We’ve got some comedy, some covers, and some old ladies discussing how gross the lyrics to "Drunk in Love" are. Hopefully this’ll get you up and moving!
5. A parody I can DEFINITELY relate to. "Dunkin Love" created by ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan in Music Stuff on Mar 14, 2014 |
Speedy Ortiz is probably sick of being compared to Pavement, but it's hard to ignore the similarities. Especially when you take into account the section of powerhouse frontwoman, Sadie Dupuis’ résumé that reveals her as a former member of Babement, a Pavement cover band from way back when. The band’s ‘90s nostalgia is ever-present (and they’ve got the LiveJournal account to prove it), but somehow they form a genre ... Read More