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NYC’s Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village Present 2010 Free Season of Music on the Oval

Cool off in a grassy expanse after work on Wednesdays as you toss the frisbee, eat from an evening picnic basket, hear some exotic tunes. Two of NYC’s downtown, sprawling apartment complexes, Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, will present their fourth, free Music on the Oval summer concert series…

4 May 2010 | 4 comments | More

Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke Announces North American Tour Dates

Kele Okereke has just confirmed a run of dates in support of his first solo release, The Boxer, due out June 22 on Glassnote Records. Joined by a full band, the Bloc Party singer’s North American trek will launch July 23rd in Chicago at The Metro.

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MNDR Releases EP on iTunes

Rising Brooklyn dance queen and gearhead MNDR has just released a four-song EP, called E.P.E. on iTunes. Described as “hi-tech/lo-tech, distorted and pristine, retro and future,” we first caught the whirling dervish known as MNDR during CMJ 2009 at the FADER Fort where she brought some serious sweat and moxie…

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Greg Laswell – ‘Take a Bow’

Brooklyn-by-way-of-California singer-songwriter Greg Laswell has built a respected career with lived-in relationship records. And while that might sound cringeworthy, there’s nothing cliché about the places Laswell goes to in song.

4 May 2010 | More

Mike Patton – ‘Mondo Cane’

Usually, beloved and world-renowned metal icons do not team up with 40-piece orchestras/choirs and release truly inspired Italian pop records. Leave it to Faith No More lead singer and Renaissance man Mike Patton to defy conventions at every turn with his lastest opus, Mondo Cane.

4 May 2010 | 1 comment | More