The weather may be getting cooler, but the music scene in NYC is just warming up. From some of the biggest names in the industry to the hottest newcomers on the block, this month is jam-packed with great acts you'll just have to see to
Trust me, I tried to find some in Staten Island, but there’s literally only one, so there was absolutely no point in shouting it out.
Instead, here are all the best record shops you need to visit in the other four boroughs.
A1 Record Shop
The Tank in midtown Manhattan is a performance space that is dedicated to the artist, making its primary mission to remove the economic barriers from the creation of the artwork and help them launch their careers on stage.
Currently playing this weekend at The Tank is
With summer winding down, there are only a handful of events left to attend as markets close for the season and festivals slowly cease to exist. But no need to give up hope and hibernate yet. There is still a whole month of last-minute summer
New York City is full of great musicians, whether we’re producing them or inviting them to our many concert venues scattered around the city. There are plenty of amazing shows to keep you busy this August and make summer last a little longer.
From punk rock to hip-hop, these are all of the concerts you simply must see this July in NYC.
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July 5, 6, 9, 10 @ Brooklyn Steel
It’s twenty seconds to the last call, and you’re trying to figure out if
Madison Square Garden, Terminal 5 and Radio City Music Hall are mesmerizing live music venues that are perfect for a huge concert. But is it possible to get up close and personal to the action at such a large arena?
If you want to really be immersed
There’s a sick lineup awaiting NYC in June, and you can be at every single show if you’re a dedicated music lover.
Catch all the best must-see concerts coming to the city this June!
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As you know, NYC is home to many extraordinary music festivals that transcend the standard for what community gatherings can be. But the granddaddy of them all has yet to unfold this year.
The Governors Ball Music Festival returns to NYC this weekend and, guys, the
The Seaport is about to get a whole lot better.
Pier 17 – New York's newest, massive rooftop space – is slated to come out this summer with a bang. And by "bang" we mean "A-list inaugural concert series."
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