Surprise! New Bar Opening

You may have heard of the new local bar Tilt, that has opened in the Mckibbin Loft building, a rare local place that actually has a cover charge, where tenants get to pay (more) money to hang out in their own building. You probably have not heard of the few-months-old bar/club in the area. It was inconclusive whether it’s Williamsburg… Read more →

The Art Post

Friday 56 Bogart St A Closer Look – Klaudia Dietewich at Slag Gallery, 6pm-9pm Never Stop Dancing by Phoenix Lindsey-Hall at Victori+Mo, 6pm-9pm Mike Childs: Unbuilt Built Exhibition at Robert Henry Contemporary, 6pm-9pm Sin Titulo: Works by Alejandro Avakian at Anthony Philip Fine Art, 6pm-9pm Lenore Malen, Scenes from Paradise at Studio 10, 7pm-9pm Andre Rubin: Collage, Enjoyment, Ideology at… Read more →

Who is Terrorizing this Bushwick Venue?

Wait, is ‘terrorizing’ too strong of a word? You judge for yourself. You may have already read about the many troubles of music venues and their increasing relationship with crowdfunding. Local venue and bar The Gateway has just posted the following. If you have any leads, message the venue perhaps? Read more →

First New Music of 2017!

Very exciting, we already have the brand new full album from Chicago’s futuristic prog/power/death metallers Mechina! Poland’s Indie stars Happyside have released this new single! Sweden’s prog rock heavyweights Pain of Salvation, who return to NYC on 2/26 have a new song ‘Reasons.’ Sweden’s indie-popsters Vita Bergen have a video for their newest song ‘J’ Finland’s pop-punks Anal Thunder have… Read more →

Widespread Music Venue Shutdowns

After the closings of, in no particular order, (deep breath) Black Bear Bar, Market Hotel, Palisades, Cake Shop, Aviv, Acheron, The Grand Victory, Goodbye Blue Monday, 285 Kent, Glasslands, Death By Audio, Santos Party House, The Living Room, Cameo, Zebulon, Radio, Lit Lounge, Southpaw, The Shop, Trash Bar, ABC No Rio, and Spike Hill, NYC is left with a good… Read more →

Comedy Stuff This Week

Three FREE comedy events this Tuesday and one more tomorrow! There’s also a $5 show on Saturday. It appears there has been a drastic decline in regular comedy events in the neighborhood, with weekly, biweekly, and monthly events disappearing from Lot 45, Pine Box, Precious Metal, House of Yes, The Topaz, Don Pedro, and the former Kings County Saloon. The… Read more →