Saint Vitus

Saint Vitus and the mission of metal in New York

Saint Vitus gives Brooklynites a taste of rock, metal, and punk that some would argue they're sorely missing. One of those folks making that argument would be Arty...
Howard Theatre DC

Howard Theatre is, and has long been, the “People’s Theatre”

The Howard Theatre opened in 1910; boasting a capacity of more than 1,200, it was both an artistic and an architectural revolutionary of its time. The legendary establishment launched the careers...

Neumos and the legend of Moe’s Mo’Roc’N Café

Located in the heart of Seattle, Neumos sits right on the infamous old auto row on Capitol Hill. In the earlier days (circa 1992, when it was founded),...
The Echo and the Echoplex Los Angeles

Get right in the face of your favorite band at the Echo and the...

It’s time! We’re taking our Venue Profile series bi-coastal, and what’s a better introduction to the Los Angeles music scene than the stalwart Echo and its sister...
The Knitting Factory Brooklyn

Inside the chameleon appeal of Williamsburg’s Knitting Factory

The latest incarnation of the Knitting Factory sits at the intersection of Havemeyer Street and Metropolitan Avenue, conveniently located squarely on the beaten path of Williamsburg. Formerly a Tribeca staple (and before...
C'mon Everybody

A look inside C’mon Everybody, a hidden gem in Bed-Stuy

Just off the corner of Lafayette and Franklin in the Clinton Hill/Bed-Stuy neighborhood, you can find the unassuming entrance to C'mon Everybody, an intimate bar and music...
Baby's All Right

Baby’s All Right, the Williamsburg venue worth coming back to anytime

Our first venue profile features a staple of the Williamsburg live music scene, perennial favorite Baby's All Right. Along with highlighting some of our favorite artists and ones we...

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