The Psychedelic Furs and The Church co-headlining show
Sep10

The Psychedelic Furs and The Church co-headlining show

By Eric Evans If you thought the Psychedelic Furs and The Church co-headlining show was a cash grab aimed at ‘80s nostalgia, you can be forgiven. There’s a lot of that going around but this isn’t a casino-circuit tromp through the hits by has-beens. Richard and Tim Butler of the Furs have been sporadically making music in different guises since 1977 (see Love Spit Love, their other noteworthy project) and for their part, The Church...

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Interview with Kai Altair
Sep09

Interview with Kai Altair

Kai Altair By Brooke Magalis Kai Altair’s music is different down to its very core­­Kai’s goal is to “dig deep into the symbols, vibrations, and ideas of the natural world and collective unconscious,” and the art that inspires her helps her achieve this mindset. It isn’t solely other musicians who influence Kai, however, she relies on film, literature, nature, dreamwork, and culture, all of which we talked about a bit during her...

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Beverly
Sep08

Beverly

Beverly By Nic Sanderson Beverly is the Brooklyn-based current project of Frankie Rose (who has previously performed among the likes of Dum Dum Girls and Crystal Stilts, as well as delivered a number of solo releases) and Drew Citron. This bubbly, dreamy indie-pop act released their most recent (and first) album, “Careers” in July 2014. The album builds and declines in intensity, but grabs attention by retaining a consistent...

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Metabards
Sep07

Metabards

Metabards By Dani Kowalczyk Trip Hop wouldn’t be where it is today without the 90‘s. Surpassing the hard-hitting lyrics of today’s typical hip hop genre and embracing the aural, atmospheric jams of the breakbeat rhythms is where you will find the Metabards. New York’s own  metaphysical groove ecstasy consists of well-traveled and well-versed in the art of culture. Bringing to the table experiences of India, Cuba, and even a little of...

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Time’s Up Vintage
Sep07

Time’s Up Vintage

Time’s Up Vintage By Serenat Kivilcim Time’s Up Vintage, an imperviously unique Danish vintage store, utilizes the talent and passion of a small team who have mastered the art of scouting unique vintage designs from around the globe. This charmingly quaint boutique is located in the inner city cobble streets of Copenhagen, on Krystalgade, nestled among a litany of well known Danish young designers, such as Henrik Vibskov...

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