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Lea Porcelain – “Warsaw Street” Video

Berlin/London post-punk duo Lea Porcelain ideally illustrate falling in love at a Berlin club with the video for their newest track “Warsaw Street.” Band members Julien Bracht and Markus Nikolaus make a cameo appearance as the band headlining the strobe-lit club. A grumbling bassline rolls through the track battling Nikolaus’s hollow, commandeering vocals. The two […]

"The brothers were not musical visionaries; they were small-time 'indie' record men making a quick buck from the poorest, least respected people in America."

"But their recorded bread-and-butter discs of local street musicians and bar bands still sound as fresh today as they did 60 years ago. By failing to be timely, they succeeded in being timeless."From the obituary for Phil Chess, whoShow More Summary

Dock at The Big Ketch Canton Street for Alive in Roswell October 20

Don’t let this last Alive in Roswell of 2016 be the one that got away. Head to the monthly free festival on Thursday, October 20 from 5 to 9 p.m. for live bands, food trucks, games and activities for the kiddos and participation from area boutiques, small businesses and restaurants, including The Big Ketch Canton Street. Show More Summary

Anguished appeal for stolen London violin

Melanie Wise is asking us to look out for her early 19th century German violin, which was stolen from a van parked near Mare Street in Hackney. She was working at the time with the band Primal Scream. Here’s what Melanie writes: I HAVE HAD MY BELOVED VIOLIN AND ENTIRE MUSICAL SETUP STOLEN @ 3PM TODAY […]

New York Today: New York Today: Final Call for Voters

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Friday: Registering for elections, a Dog Film Festival, and brass bands taking to the streets.

Under-the-Radar Things to Do in New Orleans

It’s a small town with a big reputation, and NOLA lovers know there’s a lot more to the city than Bourbon Street, brass bands, and beads. If you're ready to trade beignets for Vietnamese meat pies, the French Quarter for Algiers Point,...Show More Summary

Manic Street Preachers Announce The Holy Bible Anniversary Tour Concert Film

Manic Street Preachers have announced a new concert film, Be Pure. Be Vigilant. Behave, as NME points out. Named after a lyric from their song “P.C.P.,” the Kieran Evans-directed movie was documents the band’s 2014-2015 tour in celebration of the 20 year anniversary of their album The Holy Bible. Show More Summary

Green Day Play The Tonight Show, Confirm American Idiot HBO Movie

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On their new album Revolution Radio, onetime pop-radio rulers Green Day are intent on returning to their roots, sounding as much like an early-’90s Gilman Street bash-punk band as a group of aging major-label rock stars can possibly sound in 2016. And they’re doing pretty well at it! Case in point: Behold the band’s fast, […]

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Newswire: A street in Queens has been named after the Ramones

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Ramones’ self-titled debut album, and the city of New York has come up with a good way to honor one of the many iconic rock bands that was birthed within its cozy boroughs. As reported by Brooklyn...Show More Summary

Hey, Ho, Let’s Go Check Out the New York City Street Named After the Ramones

For all of you punk rockers and brats out here, here's some truly rockin' music news for the week — a street in Queens, New York, is being renamed to honor the enduring musical legacy of the Ramones. The iconic band's road will be dubbed Ramones Way and be located ... More »

‘Ramones Way’ – The Ramones Get NYC Street Named After Them

The New York City borough of Queens is honoring  its hometown music heroes by naming a street after The Ramones. The New York band, who formed in Forest Hills, Queens in 1974, are having their seismic influence recognised in this special...Show More Summary

Haiti braces for Hurricane Matthew, which could dump 40 inches of rain

The outer bands of powerful Hurricane Matthew drenched Haiti on Monday, flooding streets and sending people scrambling to emergency shelters as the Category 4 storm threatened to hit the hemisphere's poorest nation overnight with life-threatening winds, rains and storm surge. Matthew had sustained...

Deadly Hurricane Matthew pounds the Caribbean

Heavy rains from the outer bands of Hurricane Matthew drenched Haiti and Jamaica, flooding streets and sending many people to emergency shelters

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Odds And Sods: Watch Anamanaguchi play songs in a moving vehicle though the streets of Chicago

When Anamanaguchi rolled through Chicago recently The A.V. Club asked the band if it’d be up for something a little out of the ordinary. After playing at the Chicago Theatre the band took the seats out of the sprinter van it was touring in and set up its stage show inside. Show More Summary

Bruce Springsteen’s Favorite Songs by Bruce Springsteen

In an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert promoting his new book, Born to Run, the Boss listed his favorite songs by the Boss. Also, he explained why he puts the E Street Band through four-hour long marathon shows, and the...Show More Summary

Bruce Springsteen On ‘The Fuel That Started The Fire’ Of His Career

Bruce Springsteen may be 66-years-old, but that doesn’t mean he’s quite ready to retire just yet. In fact, Springsteen is as active as ever, between touring with his E Street Band in promotion of The River and putting out a candid and best-selling autobiography entitled Born to Run. Show More Summary

E Street Band star: Chris Christie is not a 'friend'

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E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt calls Trump cheerleader Chris Christie an "acquaintance."

Marc Jacobs Dreamed Up a Wild Runway Show - and Every Supermodel Came Through

Marc Jacobs need not stage his runway show on the street or accompanied by a live band. Instead he prefers to invite the industry into his wildest dreams on the last day of New York Fashion Week. This season was set at the Hammerstein Ballroom, where the theater was intimate and dark, decorated with 1,500 floating lights. Show More Summary

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