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Nightshift Sounds is a column about what goes bump in the night. Bands come to NYC to play dive bars, venues, or backyards and we make sure to catch 'em! The freaks really do come out at night.
regular contributors Elena Childers
Editor in Chief Adam Bulger
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Two nights of rock ‘n’ roll brought to you by The Mystery Lights, Ad Hoc and Modern Sky USA.
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A new band taking the stage plus new music from old bands made for the freshest show in Manhattan Monday night.
NYC got a different kind of Easter bunny this year—one not afraid to light shit on fire, start mosh pits & throw glitter-eggs.
The sold out Brooklyn show was an explosion of bloody uteruses, sweaty t-shirts & vengeful head bangers loving each other.

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