Monthly Archives: May 2011

Festville: The Stage Becomes Eclectic-Published by

What’s big, loud and taking over NYC this summer? SummerStage of course! The 26th iteration of SummerStage is set to bring city-dwellers performances of all stripes in eighteen parks throughout the boroughs, reaching thousands through music, art, theater, and dance. … Continue reading

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Onward, Restless Folkers- Published by

Resist the urge to compare Portland indie rockers AgesandAges to other bands. They may hit the folk harmony notes of Fleet Foxes and mirror the upbeat instrumentals of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, but alongside these (well executed) melodies … Continue reading

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Interview: If You Want Something Done…- Published by

Portuguese psychedelic synth-pop group The Gift may be one of the most successful DIY bands you’ve never heard of. Popular across Europe, this four-person band has been together since 1994, and continues to manage themselves, finance their own recordings, and … Continue reading

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