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  • The best NYC concerts for November 2017

    The best NYC concerts for November 2017

    November means two things: rushing to get that perfect Thanksgiving dinner made and rushing to get a discount on a PS4 immediately after that meal. If you're trying to avoid packed malls and supermarkets, nothing beats going to a packed show. There are several shows lined up for the month for every...
  • Arch Enemy, Trivium to perform at PlayStation Theatre

    Arch Enemy, Trivium to perform at PlayStation Theatre

    Metal outfits Arch Enemy and Trivium will bring their co-headlining tour to New York’s PlayStation Theatre at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3. Also on the bill are special guests While She Sleeps and Fit For An Autopsy. Arch Enemy is showcasing material from their 10th studio album, Will to Power, which...
  • Music Hall of Williamsburg to host Shout Out Louds

    Music Hall of Williamsburg to host Shout Out Louds

    Music Hall of Williamsburg will host Swedish indie pop outfit Shout Out Louds at 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3 with special guest Surf Rock Is Dead. Shout Out Louds are promoting their recently released fifth full-length, Ease My Mind, which emerged back on Sept. 22 via Merge Records. The album, the band...
  • Primus to bring Ambushing The Storm Tour to Brooklyn

    Primus to bring Ambushing The Storm Tour to Brooklyn

    Alt-metal titans Primus will bring their Ambushing The Storm Tour to Brooklyn Steel on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. Primus is on tour performing material from The Desaturating Seven, their latest and ninth overall studio long-player,  which was released back on Sept. 29 on ATO Records.  The literary...
  • Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band to perform in Brooklyn

    Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band to perform in Brooklyn

    Indie Americana singer-songwriter Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band will perform at Brooklyn Steel at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 29 with special guest Good Old War. Josh Ritter and his longtime bandmates in The Royal City Band are out on the road promoting the musician’s ninth studio long-player...
  • Majah Hype

    Interview: Majah Hype talks Love & Harmony Cruise 2018

    Majah Hype, the Caribbean King of Comedy, has traveled the world entertaining fans with his one-of-a-kind delivery and an ever-growing cast of characters. This spring, he will bring the funny to the Love & Harmony Cruise for the second time-- sailing to Montego Bay, Jamaica, and Georgetown...
  • Katherine Villalon

    DAY6 perform at the historic Town Hall in New York City

    This year South Korean band DAY6 has kept themselves busy. With monthly music releases and concerts, having time to squeeze in an overseas tour seems almost unfathomable. Nevertheless, the band began their DAY6 Live&Meet in North America 2017, making five stops in the United States and Canada...
  • Brooklyn Steel to host Death From Above

    Brooklyn Steel to host Death From Above

    Brooklyn Steel will host Canadian punk rock duo Death From Above at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25 with special guest The Beaches. Death From Above, who recently changed their name back from Death from Above 1979, will perform selections from third studio long-player, Outrage! Is Now, which emerged...
  • Enslaved announce 2018 North American tour

    Enslaved announce 2018 North American tour

    Earlier this month, Norwegian metal band Enslaved released album number 14 with E, which is their first release with new keyboardist Hakon Vinje. With their last trek across North America taking place nearly two years ago, the band decided to make their return with the help of a popular metal...
  • Free family Thanksgiving events in New York 2017

    Free family Thanksgiving events in New York 2017

    The week of Thanksgiving will be a festive time in New York City as decorations glitter throughout the city and people prepare for the joyous holiday season. The entire filmy will enjoy the lights and decorations, department store windows, and the spirit of the holiday season. Check out the...
  • The Spill Canvas celebrate 10th Anniversary of debut LP in Brooklyn

    The Spill Canvas celebrate 10th Anniversary of debut LP in Brooklyn

    The Spill Canvas will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their debut album, No Really, I’m Fine, at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Monday, Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. The emo alt-rock act will be joined by special guest Chase Huglin. No Really, I’m Fine, The Spill Canvas’ full-length major-label debut...
  • Benjamin Booker to headline Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Benjamin Booker to headline Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Garage-blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Benjamin Booker will headline Music Hall of Williamsburg at 9 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 22. Booker will be joined by special guest She Keeps Bees. Benjamin Booker is on the road showcasing material from his recently released sophomore studio long-player...
  • Lana Del Rey to headline NYC’s Terminal 5

    Lana Del Rey to headline NYC’s Terminal 5

    Grammy-nominated pop star Lana Del Rey will headline two nights in a row at New York’s Terminal 5. The singer-songwriter will perform at 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 23 and Tuesday, Oct. 24. Lana Del Rey is on the road performing material from Lust for Life, her fourth and most recent major label full...
  • Watch: Billy Joel announces extension of Madison Square Garden residency into 2018 on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

    Watch: Billy Joel announces extension of Madison Square Garden residency into 2018 on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

    Billy Joel fans fearing the six-time Grammy winner's discussion of retirement earlier this year might mean the end of his hugely successful monthly residency at Madison Square Garden – rejoice!  The Rock and Roll of Famer has officially announced that he'll extend his run into 2018 with a 48th...
  • Turkey trots and Thanksgiving parades in New York 2017

    Turkey trots and Thanksgiving parades in New York 2017

    New York City is a place where fall really comes alive. When others around the world think of an American Thanksgiving, they conjure up images of Snoopy floats traveling through Manhattan and runners lacing up their shoes to race in one of New York’s numerous turkey trots. Those two have become...
  • Louis C.K. releases first trailer for upcoming movie 'I Love You, Daddy'

    Louis C.K. releases first trailer for upcoming movie 'I Love You, Daddy'

    Louis C.K. debuted his new film, "I Love You Daddy," at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, and he's now shared the first official trailer from the film. It hits theaters on Nov. 17 in New York and Los Angeles with a wider release across North America set for Dec. 1. Watch the...
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    NYCC teases fall and winter television premieres

    The fall 2017-2018 premiere season is upon us, with dozens of cable and streaming series beginning or renewing in the next two months. Some of these same shows provided sneak peeks of their upcoming seasons at New York Comic Con (NYCC) earlier this month, with exclusive reveals during cast and...
  • New York Halloween events 2017: Pumpkin patches, concerts, events for kids and more

    New York Halloween events 2017: Pumpkin patches, concerts, events for kids and more

    The seasons are officially changing as the Summer heat turns into a cool Fall breeze. This also means Halloween is quickly approaches to offer up some spooky good times.  As with any major holiday, there is always something going on and plenty of events to choose from. It can often be overwhelming...
  • Music Hall of Williamsburg to host Cults

    Music Hall of Williamsburg to host Cults

    Music Hall of Williamsburg will host experimental indie pop act Cults at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 17 with special guests Cullen Omori and Hideout. Cults is on the road showcasing selections from their third studio long-player, Offering, which was released on back on Oct. 6 via Sinderlyn. The band...
  • The Front Bottoms release ‘Going Grey’; unveil ‘Peace Sign’ video

    The Front Bottoms release ‘Going Grey’; unveil ‘Peace Sign’ video

    Friday the 13th is supposedly an unpromising date, steeped in superstition and assumed by some to bring bad luck; however, if you're the popular folk-punk band The Front Bottoms, you might be more inclined to make Friday the 13th your lucky day.  On a day that continues to inspire unease and fears...
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