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Concert Review: Dream Wife Are Bad Bitches At Baby’s All Right

Dream Wife made their NYC debut with one single command: All Bad Bitches To The Front! Lead singer Alice Go repeated the phrase so much, I felt compelled to go (lol!). Yet, as the demand was thrusted unto the audience, followed by a migration of female heads to the front of the stage, you got… Continue reading Concert Review: Dream Wife Are Bad Bitches At Baby’s All Right

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Concert Review: Soccer Mommy Feel Like Music Therapy

I reviewed Soccer Mommy’s record, Collection, and thought it to be as thoughtful as their performance at Baby’s All Right. Brooklyn felt like the perfect domain for them to play tracks about living inside your head. From dreams to insecurities, Millennials are statistically, the highest educated and spiritual generation to rise, but there are pitfalls… Continue reading Concert Review: Soccer Mommy Feel Like Music Therapy

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Concert Review: Joywave Bring Content To Bowery Ballroom

I have to ask a band if headlining makes them think or feel differently compared to opening. Just a few months ago Joywave was the first opener at Summerstage; flash forward a few months and they were the final act in their sold-out show at Bowery. Yet, this time they brought a whole new level… Continue reading Concert Review: Joywave Bring Content To Bowery Ballroom

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Concert Review: Barns Courtney Leaves His Heart At American Beauty NYC

As I Iooked around American Beauty NYC to see leathers, furs, and velvets drape over the crowd’s fashion, I fully expected Jim Morrison to resurrect and do a show, and, in a way, he did through Barns Courtney. His swag resonated with Morrison and Mick Jagger in oozing sensuality and love-torn sentiments. Courtney presented himself… Continue reading Concert Review: Barns Courtney Leaves His Heart At American Beauty NYC

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Concert Review: Metronomy Are Literal Joy At Brooklyn Steel

GIVE ME LIFE! GIVE ME LIFE, LORD! That is what you will say in the praise-fest that is Metronomy! Now I am NOT saying they are a religious group, but I certainly felt the Holy Spirit. I mentioned it in my Tigertown review that, sometimes, the hardest bands to review are the ones that specifically… Continue reading Concert Review: Metronomy Are Literal Joy At Brooklyn Steel

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Concert Review: Iron & Wine Sips On “Woo Juice” At Town Hall NYC

  Iron & Wine drank up the “Woo Juice” that splashed across his set at Town Hall NYC. Honestly, even I had to giggle at the constant wooing, of which he laughed at how it only made him stronger. Artists can tell when a crowd loves them and wants to hold on to their songs… Continue reading Concert Review: Iron & Wine Sips On “Woo Juice” At Town Hall NYC

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Concert Review: Chase Atlantic Give A SHOW! At Rockwood Music Hall

Rockwood Music Hall was TOO SMALL for the power-bomb that is Chase Atlantic. Amongst sweat, tears, and Instagram vids, Chase Atlantic brought music back to a simpler time: the 90’s. When boy bands knew how to make you feel like they were LITERALLY your life. LANY, The 1975, and now, Chase Atlantic, have risen to… Continue reading Concert Review: Chase Atlantic Give A SHOW! At Rockwood Music Hall

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Concert Review: Toronto’s Little Coyote Is Released Unto Bushwick

I am going to be honest. I went into Bushwick Public House blind. It was my first time entering the venue, and the cold was nipping into my mind. Nothing like brain freeze to make you feel open to life. Then, Little Coyote came out, and gave me a real reason to feel open. I… Continue reading Concert Review: Toronto’s Little Coyote Is Released Unto Bushwick

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Concert Review: Noah Kahan Brings In The Indie- Folksters At Irving Plaza

I have seen Noah Kahan before, and, as always say, time and space helps you grow. Moving from a room at The Standard to Irving Plaza brought up the animation and joy within Noah Kahan. Opening up for The Strumbellas, the rising singer played right into their crowd of indie-folksters. Noah Kahan – Hurt Somebody… Continue reading Concert Review: Noah Kahan Brings In The Indie- Folksters At Irving Plaza

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Concert Review: Larkin Poe Are Sisters of Rock At Mercury Lounge

Larkin Poe’s Mercury Lounge performance felt buried in the soil and spirit of this Earth. This duo feels like they rise from the ground up, and use their guitars like wands casting spells. They infuse country, blues, and rock n’ roll with an element of mysticism that reveals the magic of these genres, and the… Continue reading Concert Review: Larkin Poe Are Sisters of Rock At Mercury Lounge