Ten of the most wild & crazy nights of 2017.
Underground shows to avoid the swarm of amateurs drinking in Times Square.
De Blasio took the stage of the up and coming New York venue to strike down anti-nightlife law with racist roots.
The perfect lineup to convey the badass soul of the Brooklyn music scene assembled in Bushwick.
Cherry Glazerr, Thick and Dances had the room bursting with energy and excitement. Not bad for a Sunday night.
This Halloween season, you don’t want to miss these spook-tacular events.
I don’t recommend this as a cold remedy but this punk rock did me some good, for sure!
The Black Lips, Diet Choke and The Nude Party set off an explosion of dirty energy.
You can’t just leave Otis Mountain Get Down without lasting memories--or at least a stick-and-poke tattoo...
You don’t truly know what an all night party is until you’ve gone to Meltasia.
The best cure for seasickness is booze, confetti and live rock ‘n’ roll--this is High Waisted At Sea 4: Rock 'N' Roll Booze Cruise!
Take a peek into the Pandora’s box of rock ‘n’ roll with the Fat White Family zine by Alec Castillo & Sacha Lecca.
Hip hop superstars drove a packed crowd into a frenzy. I left drenched in sweat—and a little blood—and I’m pretty sure most of it wasn’t mine.
Lovesick London-based singer/songwriter L.A. Salami performs with such passion you can’t help but feel all the feels for him. He has looks, style and a dangerously adorable British accent.
I made a fashionably late entrance this year. I brought my sunscreen, sunglasses and wore my most summery outfit. But the joke was on me. I avoided sunburn but left the fest drenched and shivering.
City scenesters escaped the concrete jungle for two nights of fun in Rockaway Beach.
Diarrhea Planet turned a concert into Lord of The Flies with a bunch of 20-somethings.
The night kicked off with lots of vomit & spit, it was a wild ride.
There’s no need to focus on how lady-centric these bands are, but you can't deny these gals kick ass.
It was an educational night of punk rock by seeing three generations of the genre.
Post Animal took the stage and immediately had complete control of everyone’s attention—without a single Netflix show actor on stage.
A face to broken face encounter with Frank Black takes an unexpected turn.
New Yorker hipster attitude is no match for The Growlers' grooves.
Losing none of their energy and angst from their ‘80s glory days, The Jesus and Mary Chain show they’re the Dorian Greys of punk rock.
Webster Hall put on a sinful evening of music blessed by the gods—plus a special appearance from Sean Lennon.
A too-cool-for-school kind of Friday night, brought to you by Flatbox Presents!
The pioneer punk rockers from the '80s got back together for one chaotic weekend & released a re-mastered vinyl!
Cult Records & Alt Citizen get together to create Cult Citizen—an event featuring awesome artists you NEED to know about!
A punk rock show to welcome home Brooklyn-natives Stuyedeyed from tour—lineup includes Retail, Thick, & Psymon Spine!
A wild night filled with chaotic punk rock and sultry sax—-shit got weird in the best way possible!
Some of NYC’s best acts played one last show before they hit the road for Texas—hear about the crazy antics here!
A night when all of the domesticated punks howled at the lights of the stage and to the sweat of the moshers and transformed into punk rockers once again!
A celebratory night at the Warsaw in Greenpoint, Brooklyn filled with moving & groovin’, live ‘60s soul music, and all the good vibes you’ll ever need!
The perfect night for lovers, heartbreakers, criers, and partiers. Valentine’s day was spent with over 15 artists raising money for Planned Parenthood!
Brian Chillemi, aka CHILLEMI, released a scenic and tranquil music video for his single “Child Of The Earth” filled with breathtaking Irish scenery--it'll get you lost & wondering.
The NYC-based band Lady is calling it quits and they’re making sure to go out with a bang at Shea Stadium this Friday! Also playing are Gingerlys, Holy Tunics, & NO ICE—all ages and only $10!
A sold-out show of doo-wop, rock’n’roll, and melodies that definitely got stuck in everyone’s heads—and we’re all glad they did!
Three of some of the best bands in the scene right now—and all in one night! You know it had to be one wild time.
Oh My Rockness and Baby’s All Right have gotten together to feature some of NYC’s hardest working bands--so declared by Oh My Rockness!