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Fitzy Mess – “Mess” | MIC SESSION

Fitzy Mess out of Brooklyn drops a fresh new Mic Session to start off the new year, performing his single, “Mess“.
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Mic Sessions, Fitzy Mess


New Music: Desiigner Feat. Dave East “Rich”

After heading “Overseas” with Lil’ Pump late last year, Desiigner is back with his new single. The G.O.O.D. Music artist gets his 2018 campaign started by dropping the song “Rich.” Produced by Hitmaka and Chuck Taylor, the record finds the Brooklyn rapper on that paper chase. Dave East appears on the track, contributing a sharp guest verse towards the end. Stream the Brooklyn-Harlem connection below. Continue after the jump…. New Music: Desiigner Feat. Dave East – “Rich” Previously: De...
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, New Music, Dave East, Desiigner, Chuck Taylor, Hitmaka, Brooklyn Harlem, Dseiigner, Dave East Rich


Need To De-Stress? Floating In Salt Water Might Be The Solution

Imagine floating in outer space. It’s pitch-dark and you’re naked. Three-quarters of your body is submerged in skin-temperature salt water that makes it difficult to tell where your body stops and the water begins. It’s so dark, there’s no perceptible difference between closing your eyes or leaving them open, aside from the slight sting of salt air. For some people, this sense of total blankness is rejuvenating . Others opt to press a button to turn the lights on. This is what floating in a s...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Sweden, Washington Post, Stanford, Brooklyn, Netherlands, Nba, Cia, North America, Long Island, Carsten Höller, Steph Curry, Anthony Bourdain, The Cut, University of British Columbia


I See A Darkness Turns 20

Will Oldham is a slippery interview. He doesn’t love to explain the meaning behind the songs he writes and he has made that known throughout his long career. His wit is dry and intimidating, and when I saw him in conversation at Brooklyn’s Bell House a few months back, I tensed up during the Q&A … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, The Anniversary, Will Oldham, Bonnie Prince Billy, Bell House


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Jan. 18-25

    Aspen Santa Fe Ballet perform Fernando Melo’s Dream Play on Jan. 19 at the Soraya at Cal State Northridge. (Courtesy photo by Sharen Bradford)   There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   Women’s March Los Angeles: Non-partisan march celebrating organizations that educate and register voters, inspire youth to perfo...
Tags: Local News, Art, Books, Comedy, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Theater, Things to Do, Top Stories LADN


Shorties (An Interview with Deborah Eisenberg, An Interview with Kim Gordon & Steve Gunn, and more)

Bookworm interviewed author Deborah Eisenberg. Stereogum interviewed musicians Kim Gordon and Steve Gunn. 85 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation last week (bringing the total to 1,487), including Clash Magazine’s best music books and Graphic Policy’s best comics. Largehearted Boy's essential and interesting 2018 year-end music lists (updated daily). January's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for$1.99 today: Girl at War by Sara Novic V...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, Pedro, Kim Gordon, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Roxane Gay, David Bazan, Steve Gunn, Sara Nović, Michelle Tea, Alice Sola Kim, Joseph Andrew Thompson, Deborah Eisenberg An Interview, Deborah Eisenberg Stereogum, Astralingua Esmé Weijun Wang


It's Been 3 Years Since The First Money Diary, So We Caught Up With Some Of Our Fave NYC Diarists

Today, January 17, 2019, marks the third anniversary of Money Diaries! Once a fledging idea borne of a dinner party conversation about the taboo nature of money, over the last three years, we've published over 1,000 diaries from all 50 states and around the globe, garnered a loyal (and sometimes, er, judge-y) commentariat, inspired a whole gamut of copycat series (ahem), published a book, and, most importantly, stayed true to our mission of normalizing conversations around the not-always-glamor...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Japan, Netflix, Brooklyn, Broadway, Joe, TJ, PTO, HSA, Placerville, ROTH IRA, Flatbush


Active Bird Community – “Somewhere” (Feat. Samia)

Brooklyn band Active Bird Community specialize in punchy meat-and-potatoes indie rock powered by nervous tension. As with prior songs "Spend The Night" and "Dead Legs," new single "Somewhere" is a reminder of how satisfying a song like that can be. More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Premiere, Samia, Active Bird Community


Brendan Lorber's Playlist for His Poetry Collection "If This Is Paradise Why Are We Still Driving"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Brendan Lorber's impressive poetry collection If This Is Paradise Why Are We Still Driving repeatedly transforms the banal into the beautiful and thought-provoking. In his own wor...
Tags: Music, Minneapolis, China, San Francisco, Rome, Radiohead, David, Brooklyn, Williams, New Jersey, Rosetta, Broadway, Argentina, Cia, Scorsese, Osborne


The Antlers Announce Hospice 10th-Anniversary Tour

In March of 2009, Brooklyn indie rock trio the Antlers released Hospice, their grand and ambitious and moving third album. Hospice was a concept album about a romance between a hospice worker and a patient dying of bone cancer, and it remains the Antlers' best-known, best-loved album. This year, the Antlers will celebrate that anniversary … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, The Antlers, Tour Dates


Shorties (An Interview with Julie Doucet, Deerhunter's Bradford Cox Profiled, and more)

The Creative Independent interviewed cartoonist Julie Doucet. All Things Considered profiled Deerhunter's Bradford Cox. 85 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation last week (bringing the total to 1,487), including Clash Magazine’s best music books and Graphic Policy’s best comics. Largehearted Boy's essential and interesting 2018 year-end music lists (updated daily). January's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for$3.99 today: Three James Herr...
Tags: Music, BBC News, David, Brooklyn, Sharon Van Etten, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Ada Limon, Bradford Cox, Eliot, Steve Gunn, James Herriot, Julie Doucet, Kelly Luce, Dani Shapiro, Yoko Tawada, Hannah Sullivan


Earl Sweatshirt Is No Longer on Columbia Records: “I’m Excited to be Free Because Then I Can Do Riskier Shit”

Pitchfork have published a new interview with Earl Sweatshirt, conducted around the release of his latest album Some Rap Songs back in November. The profile piece is packed with gems as Earl talks about self-discovery, wanting to add to the tapestry of timeless black art, and falling in with Brooklyn rapper MIKE and his sLUms crew, as well as more personal topics like dealing with the death of his father, South African poet Keorapetse Kgositsile. Continue reading below… Perhaps the bigges...
Tags: Interviews, Brooklyn, Jazz, Silicon Valley, Johannesburg, Music News, Columbia Records, Earl Sweatshirt, Mike, Earl, Keorapetse Kgositsile Continue


My One-Bedroom In Brooklyn Costs $2,700 —Here's How Big It Is

What $2,700 Can Get You In Brooklyn In Refinery29's Sweet Digs, we take a look inside the sometimes small, sometimes spacious homes of millennial women. Today, 28-year-old Asya Ambaretsa shows off her apartment-slash-workspace.The first time Asya Ambaretsa moved to New York City, she was placed in the middle of Manhattan. Coming from Los Angeles, this was a shock. "Los Angeles was chill and covered with plants," she says, "but there every time I walked with my dog, there would be crowds o...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, New York City, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Ikea, Manhattan, Muji, StreetEasy, Asya Ambaretsa, Ambaretsa


A Week In Brooklyn, NY, On A $156,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a writer/producer working in entertainment who makes $156,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on Origins eye cream.Occupation: Writer /ProducerIndustry: EntertainmentAge: 35Location: Brooklyn, New YorkSalary: $156,000Paycheck Amount (2...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, South Park, Rihanna, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Broad City, Iceland, Les Miserables, Hulu, Virgo, Grand Rapids, Welp, David Sedaris, Burt


My 1-Bedroom In Brooklyn Costs $2,700 —Here's How Big It Is

What $2,700 Can Get You In Brooklyn In Refinery29's Sweet Digs, we take a look inside the sometimes small, sometimes spacious homes of millennial women. Today, 28-year-old Asya Ambaretsa shows off her apartment-slash-workspace.The first time Asya Ambaretsa moved to New York City, she was placed in the middle of Manhattan. Coming from Los Angeles, this was a shock. "Los Angeles was chill and covered with plants," she says, "but there every time I walked with my dog, there would be crowds o...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, New York City, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Ikea, Manhattan, Muji, StreetEasy, Asya Ambaretsa, Ambaretsa


Savage The Poet – “Jordan Year” (Album)

Brooklyn’s very own Savage The Poet drops poetic verses and savage bars on his new project, “Jordan Year”. 
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Albums/Mixtapes, Savage The Poet


The Experts' Guide To The Best New York City Hair Salons

Finding a salon and a hairstylist is like dating. You have to play the field a bit, get together a couple of times, weigh your options, and ultimately decide whether they're worth settling down for. It's exhausting, but once you meet the one, there's no turning back.For those Big Apple go-getters still single in the salon department (or for those casual daters finally looking to make things official), we're here to play matchmaker. We asked our beauty editors (who have some of the best hair in ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Instagram, New York City, Brooklyn, Vogue, Wall Street Journal, Crh, Peter, Christo, Dana Oliver, West Village, Stacey, Joey, Angela


Bellows – “Denouement” & “What Can I Tell You About the World?”

Bellows is the folk-pop project of the Brooklyn-based musician Oliver Kalb. His most recent album, 2016's Fist & Palm, chronicled the decline of a friendship, and in the years since we've heard a few one-off singles, including last year's "Housekeeping." Kalb preemptively released that song ahead of announcing his new album, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Brooklyn, Premiere, Bellows, Kalb, Oliver Kalb, Richard Gin


'Captain America: The First Avenger' Stands Out in a Glut of Comic Book Films

None Discussions of the mythical "superhero fatigue" were in full swing in the summer of 2011, and the concept has been raised every time a superhero film is considered a critical or commercial disappointment. The basis of superhero fatigue is the idea that audiences will grow tired of the neverending glut of big-budget comic book films, and will stop seeing them en masse. It's quaint to think of film bloggers in 2011 foretelling the imminent implosion of the genre when, seven years later, mega...
Tags: Europe, Feature, Music, New York, Washington, Nazis, New York City, Marvel, Disney, America, Barack Obama, Iron Man, Brooklyn, United States, Italy, Arctic


Flatbush Zombies Perform “Headstone” on ‘The Late Late Show’

Flatbush Zombies brought their Brooklyn energy to The Late Late Show with James Corden on Thursday (Jan. 10). The trio of Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliott touched the studio stage to perform the song “Headstone” off last year’s Vacation in Hell LP. Backed by the University of Southern California marching band, watch Flatbush Zombies turn the late-night show upside down below. Continue after the jump…. Previously: Flatbush Zombies – “New World Order”
Tags: Television, Brooklyn, Jazz, James Corden, University Of Southern California, Flatbush Zombies, Performances, Meechy Darko Zombie Juice, Erick Arc Elliott


Wild Women, Forty Pricks, and Western Noir

None Film critic Manny Farber, in typical inimitable style, summarized much of Samuel Fuller's film oeuvre through simultaneous praise and critique in the following observation: "What's good about his films is lovable; the daring, uninhibited use of semidocumentary techniques that save the movie from Fuller's mind, an unthinking morass at best" (Negative Space: Manny Farber on the Movies (New York: De Capo Press, 1998, 132). Put slightly more generously, Fuller's film style often trumps the plo...
Tags: Feature, Music, New York, Hollywood, Romance, California, Western, Wes, West, Brooklyn, Smith, Criterion, Lily, Brock, Jessica, Drummond


Shorties (2019's Must-Read Poetry Collections, An Interview with Sharon Van Etten, and more)

The Millions recommended 2019's must-read poetry collections. Drowned in Sound interviewed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten. 85 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation last week (bringing the total to 1,487), including Clash Magazine’s best music books and Graphic Policy’s best comics. Largehearted Boy's essential and interesting 2018 year-end music lists (updated daily). eBook on sale for $1.99 today: The Largesse of the Sea Maiden by Den...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, Sharon Van Etten, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Steve Earle, Charlie Jane Anders, Denis Johnson, Jenny Hval, Electric Literature Stream, Oyinkan Braithwaite, Soniah Kamal


7 Tattoo Trends You're About To See Everywhere In 2019

Long before Dr. Woo, JonBoy, and their A-list clientele made dainty white dots and tiny crosses mainstream news, tattoos were already deeply ingrained in the fabric of history, discovered on the bodies of Egyptian mummies and an Austrian-Italian iceman now known as Ötzi. In those times, thousands of years ago, tattooing was thought to be used therapeutically, a kind of early form of acupuncture; today, it's much more popular for creating decorative body art.Still, Ötzi and his pre-Common Era co...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, Toronto, Chicago, Brooklyn, Ariana Grande, Korea, Portland, Kendall Jenner, Seoul, Mariah, Otzi, Martinez, Chen


Farm Aid Reminds One to Think Globally, Act Locally

Farm Aid is one of the longest-running, if not the longest, charity concert series. The 2018 edition of the festival took place at the Meadows Music Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut, the fest's first visit to the state in its 30-plus-year run. The same team, Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, and Neil Young, behind the first incarnation of the festival, continue to organize and run it. Those three musicians joined a terrific line-up, which included Kacey Musgraves, Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds...
Tags: Music, Kacey Musgraves, Minneapolis, Neil Young, Brooklyn, Willie Nelson, Nashville, Young, Nelson, Ryley Walker, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, Avett Brothers, Jamey Johnson, Hartford Connecticut


Nola Wren ‘Levitate’

Check out the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Nola Wren. She released an EP Scream Into The Void, Pt. 1. that’s full of dark haunting electro pop songs. This is an EP that needs to be listened in its entirety for it to make sense. It doesn’t have a particular song that jumps out, whether that’s good or bad – I don’t know. The tracks were written during a chaotic time in her life. Nola tells Kings that she wrote songs in buses, coffee shops, libraries, my parent’s living room, my (now-ex) boyfr...
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Kings, Buzz Artists, NOLA, Nola Wren, Nola Wren Bloodbath, Nola Wren Kings


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, Jan. 4-11

    Winter Sunrise by Mardi Georgio is part of an exhibit at the reopening of the Santa Clarita Artists Association Gallery in Newhall. (Photo courtesy of Mardi Georgio)     There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   Flashlight Safari at Wildlife Learning Center: View nocturnal wildlife during 30-minute tours of the ce...
Tags: Art, Books, Music, Comedy, White House, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Earth, Chicago, Dance, Museum, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, Ronald Reagan


A Week In Baton Rouge, LA, On A $23,000 Income

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a graduate research assistant and PhD student who makes $23,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on Spicy Nacho Doritos.Occupation: Graduate Research Assistant and PhD StudentIndustry: AcademiaAge: 30Location: Baton Rouge, LASalary: $23...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Texas, Netflix, Brooklyn, Waffle House, Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge La, LaCroix, East of Eden, Mumford Sons, Mary Oliver, Keri Danielski, Overpass Merchant, University Lakes


Bekay – “2018 Year In Review”

An annual tradition he’s been doing since 2005 for every year, Brooklyn based rapper Bekay drops “2018 Year In Review”.  Produced by Decadez.
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Singles, Bekay



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