Edwina Hay

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PWR BTTM, Bellows, and Lisa Prank at PhilaMOCA

PWR BTTM’s second LP will be out on Polyvinyl Records in 2017.

Mitski, Fear of Men, and Weaves at Webster Hall

Mitski headlines her biggest show in NYC and we’re full of love and pride.

The Julie Ruin and Harsh Crowd at Irving Plaza

A room full of music and love is what we needed.

Sammus, Sad13, Vagabon, and Alter at Alphaville

Sammus brings Pieces in Space to Brooklyn with Sad13.

The Damned at Gramercy Theatre

The Damned were the first British punk band to tour the USA & are still doing it four decades later.

clipping., Youth Code, and World War at Knitting Factory

clipping. begin their first US tour since 2014 in Brooklyn.

Shellac and Shannon Wright at Union Transfer

Round 2 of Shellac’s 2016 east coast tour.

Shellac and Shannon Wright at The Bell House

Shellac return to NYC for the first time in five years.

Duchess Says, Future Punx, Operator Music Band, and Peeling at Shea Stadium

The French-Canadian punk band Duchess Says finally return to Brooklyn.

Janelle Monae and Nate Ruess at Central Park SummerStage

The multi-hyphenate Janelle Monae closes out the SummerStage 2016 season.

Downtown Boys, Sex Stains, Try the Pie, and The Smarthearts at The Studio at Webster Hall

Friday night punk show with Downtown Boys & Sex Stains in the East Village.

Girls Against Boys and Big Ups at Baby’s All Right

GVSB & Big Ups play a show in their hometown before Riot Fest in Chicago.

Open Mike Eagle, ELUCID, and Deem Spencer at Alphaville

“I looked up what Lena Dunham said and I shouldn’t have.”  😟

Boss Hog and Baby Shakes at Union Pool

The long-running rock and roll band known as Boss Hog close out Union Pool’s Summer Thunder series.

Drive Like Jehu and The Jay Vons at The Bell House

After playing the west coast and festivals around the world, Drive Like Jehu finally come to Brooklyn.

Shopping, Yucky Duster, Fits, and Boys Online at Silent Barn

When it came to Shopping, why choose? We went to both of their Brooklyn shows.

Digable Planets and Camp Lo at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival

The rain couldn’t deter us from seeing Digable Planets perform in Brooklyn.

Grooms, Sleepies, Heaven’s Gate, and Parlor Walls at Silent Barn

An all-ages show celebrating the release of Sleepies newest album truly was all ages.

GØGGS, Surfbort, and Cheena at Rough Trade NYC

GØGGS play New York for the very first time.