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  • Complete guide to Play NYC 2017

    Complete guide to Play NYC 2017

    This weekend, all eyes will be on Terminal 5 for the first ever Play NYC. This two day convention will have video games of all varieties throughout all three floors of the venue. If you're in the competing mood, a handful of tournaments are set to take place during the event. If that isn't enough...
  • Play NYC 2017: Compete list of exhibitors, developers and industry professionals

    Play NYC 2017: Compete list of exhibitors, developers and industry professionals

    In a few days, the first ever Play NYC will deliver some video game action inside Terminal 5. Taking place on Aug. 19 and Aug. 20, the event focuses on some of the best video games coming out in the near future. There's slated to be a ton of developers on hand to show off some of their new creations...
  • Review: Elohim brings summer headlining tour to NYC

    Review: Elohim brings summer headlining tour to NYC

    When people lined up outside of NYC's Mercury Lounge yesterday, they expected a night filled with dance beats from electronic artist Elohim. They didn't expect to wear a surgical mask for her performance. Before doors opened, black surgical masks with "Hallucinating" on it were given out. By the...
  • Play NYC 2017: Badge pick-up, parking, food, hotels, and general info

    Play NYC 2017: Badge pick-up, parking, food, hotels, and general info

    Play NYC is heading to New York City soon, which means you only have a few days to get ready for some video game madness. Taking place on Aug. 19 and Aug. 20 inside Terminal 5, the inaugural event will feature 100 of the best video game developers showing off their grandest games to you. All of the...
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    Eric Nam Plays a Sold Out show at Irving Plaza

    A few years ago, the people of NamNation were excited to hear that Eric Nam would be setting off on a U.S. tour. Then a blizzard hit the Northeast, the tour was subsequently cancelled  and there was no word of a reschedule date.  After waiting for over two years, fans were elated to hear that Eric...
  • The Shins use over 5,000 stickers in new video for 'Half a Million' (Watch)

    The Shins use over 5,000 stickers in new video for 'Half a Million' (Watch)

    In The Shins' new video for their song “Half a Million,” James Mercer issues the clever line “I take the drugs but the drugs won’t take.” But you wouldn’t know that from the video, which features some pretty trippy visuals. Mercer enlisted the help of LAMAR+NIK, who created the video “with 5,56...
  • Bruce Springsteen confirms eight-week Broadway run

    Bruce Springsteen confirms eight-week Broadway run

    Bruce Springsteen has confirmed that he will perform an eight-week run on Broadway, according to the Bruce Springsteen website on Aug. 9. The Boss will debut this fall with “Springsteen on Broadway,” which will be a mixture of singing, storytelling and readings from his memoir, Born to Run, which...
  • Rough Trade NYC to host Aussie rapper Allday

    Rough Trade NYC to host Aussie rapper Allday

    Rough Trade NYC will host hip-hop artist Tom Gaynor, better known by his stage name Allday, on Wednesday, Aug. 9. The  Los Angeles-based (via Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) rapper will be joined by special guest Blood Cultures for the 9 p.m. performance. Allday is on the road promoting his highly...
  • The Dillinger Escape Plan announce farewell show at Terminal 5

    The Dillinger Escape Plan announce farewell show at Terminal 5

    After nearly a year since revealing plans to disband, influential New Jersey metal outfit The Dillinger Escape Plan have unveiled details on their final show ever today. The band will have their swan song inside Terminal 5 on Friday, Dec. 29. This will be the official conclusion of touring around...
  • Play NYC 2017: Complete list of speakers and guests

    Play NYC 2017: Complete list of speakers and guests

    Play NYC is quickly approaching, and video game fans can't wait to get some hands on experience with some of the best games hitting the market this year. 100 exhibitors will be on hand to show of their coolest games inside Terminal 5 on Saturday, Aug. 19 and Sunday, Aug. 20.  Aside from playing...
  • PVRIS releases new track, ‘Winter’

    PVRIS releases new track, ‘Winter’

    The U.S. rock sensation, PVRIS has released a new song, “Winter,” the fourth track off their upcoming sophomore album, All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell due out Aug. 25 via Rise Records. To keep fans watching as well as listening, the group simultaneously released a dramatic black and white...
  • Watch Phish's Mike Gordon and Trey Anastasio dance during the band's Baker's Dozen run

    Watch Phish's Mike Gordon and Trey Anastasio dance during the band's Baker's Dozen run

    Phish completed their ninth Baker’s Dozen show Tuesday night in their already legendary 13-night run at Madison Square Garden. Each night the band has featured a different flavor of donut, which sees Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman tailoring their sets to reference each...
  • Enter Shikari announce new album 'The Spark' and Rough Trade NYC performance

    Enter Shikari announce new album 'The Spark' and Rough Trade NYC performance

    In between a handful of tours, Enter Shikari have been busy working on the follow up to 2015's critically acclaimed The Mindsweep. While many fans expected the release to drop early next year, they got quite the surprise when the band announced full album details today.  Their new studio album is...
  • Rough Trade NYC to host Canadian indie rockers Hollerado

    Rough Trade NYC to host Canadian indie rockers Hollerado

    Rough Trade NYC will host Canadian indie rock outfit Hollerado at 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 5. Hollerado are out on the road promoting their third studio long-player, Born Yesterday, which was released back in April through Royal Montain Records. The album, which features the singles “Born Yesterday...
  • Mew to perform at Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Mew to perform at Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Danish alt-rock outfit Mew will stop in Brooklyn on Friday, Aug. 4. The three-piece will perform at the Music Hall of Williamsburg at 9 p.m. with special guest MONAKR. Mew, whose music teeters somewhere between atmospheric indie rock and progressive rock, is promoting its seventh studio album...
  • Fleet Foxes to perform at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! benefit

    Fleet Foxes to perform at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! benefit

    Indie folk outfit Fleet Foxes will perform at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival at Prospect Park Bandshell on Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. The benefit concert, which supports free programming at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival, will also feature Sandy Alex G. Fleet Foxes are promoting Crack-Up, their...
  • The best NYC concerts for August 2017

    The best NYC concerts for August 2017

    Summer is almost coming to an end, but there's still time to go out and catch some rays. While you're out there, why not catch a show or two? There's a ton of amazing concerts hitting up the Big Apple in August. One of the biggest rappers in the scene today makes his way to Terminal 5, a longtime...
  • Play NYC set to debut at Terminal 5 on Aug. 18 & Aug. 19

    Play NYC set to debut at Terminal 5 in August

    New York City is home to various video game publishers, including Grand Theft Auto creators Rockstar Games. Unfortunately, the Big Apple isn't where most of the big video game events such as E3 are located. For years, fans have waited for something big to happen in the area involving one of the...
  • My Ticket Home announce new album 'unReal'

    My Ticket Home announce new album 'unReal'

    Fans of My Ticket Home have waited nearly four years for new music from the post-hardcore band. After a lengthy tour in support of their 2013's studio album Strangers Only, the band announced their departure from Rise Records to join Spinefarm Records, which is home to acts such as Bullet For My...
  • Bono and Patti Smith duet on 'Mothers of the Disappeared' at U2 show in Paris

    Bono and Patti Smith duet on 'Mothers of the Disappeared' at U2 show in Paris

    U2 and Patti Smith continued their legendary live collaborations at U2’s show in Paris on Tuesday (July 25). To close out the evening, the band brought Smith out for a performance of “Mothers of the Disappeared.” As Rolling Stone reported, Smith and Bono traded lead vocals on the tune with Smith...
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