Monthly Archives: September 2011

DRINK UP, BROOKLYN: YOUR GUIDE TO THE ULTIMATE BAR EXPERIENCE- Published by Brooklyn Exposed 9/29

Who says you have to leave Brooklyn to find the ultimate bar experience? Fools, that’s who.  Whether you’re looking for a laid back bar to chill out, a killer cocktail or you’re on the prowl for Mr. or Mrs. Right, … Continue reading

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SCENES FROM THE FIRST BROOKLYN INDIE MUSIC FESTIVAL- Published by BrooklynExposed

The very first annual Brooklyn Indie Music Festival was held this past September 16 to 18, bringing musicians and music lovers together for three days of live performances. The fest was held in theLittlefield Performance and Art Space, a 6200-square foot warehouse … Continue reading

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THE KINGS OF KARAOKE: MONARCHS OF MUSIC MURDER LAND- Posted by BrooklynExposed.com

First I was afraid, I was petrified. Kept thinking I could never live without you by my side. (Hint: I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor) The judging, the drinking, the dancing, and, of course, the singing… my god, the singing. … Continue reading

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Reunited and it Feels So Good- Posted by Rumbum.com

They say that absence makes the heart grow fonder, and for Figurines this statement rings clear and true. Originally formed in the mid-90s the band split after the release of their third album, When The Deer Wore Blue. But the time apart … Continue reading

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New Music Tuesday Striving for Grace- Published by Rumbum.com

“Sail, sail away, with you… don’t ever look back.” These are the lyrics that open The Rapture’s fourth album, In The Grace of Your Love. Few sentiments could be more fitting for the group’s newest work, as this album marks their … Continue reading

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