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Tennis |x| May 2014 Tour.

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Share This.Tennis recently announced dates for their upcoming May 2014 Tour. The tour hits a few majors cities in North America, including Philly, Toronto, and Chicago, but we’re more concerned with their Williamsburg date since it will be right in our backyard. A significant part of the tour will be spent supporting Haim, with the New York and Chicago dates standing as headliners. Tennis will also be touring in the Read More

Danny Malone at Rockwood.

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Share This.We’re still buzzing over Danny Malone‘s performance at Rockwood last week. The self-described troubadour of “future folk and sexy depression” was a part of the Communion NYC Showcase and gave a warm and lively performance to an eager crowd that braved the cold just to see him perform. Danny recently premiered visuals for the single “Sugarwater,” which can be found on his latest effort, Balloons. Communion NYC is a live music showcase that Read More

Three The Hard Way | The Lost Tape. (VIDEO)

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Share This.On the night of September 11th 2013, King Deco, Avidya and The Kleshas, and Cakes Da Killa treated partygoers and art enthusiast to a late summer show that made the season one to remember. Featuring dream pop, folk jazz, and hip-hop, Three the Hard Way was a bubbling cauldron of tunes and everyone with an appetite that night got served. In all, the ROX was all a bother that night… and Read More

Yogurt Smoothness | Live Show Review.

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Share This.I hopped off the T in Cleveland Circle last Friday night and headed to Roggie’s Bar to see a band I had only heard of the day before: Yogurt Smoothness. The experimental rock duo came to my attention via Twitter when they contacted me about their Boston show and sent me some music. Now, there is simply too much music in the world to hear it all, but when Read More

Quiet Lunch on the ROX: THREE THE HARD WAY | Be There!

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Share This.For those of you who have yet to catch wind, Quiet Lunch on the ROX is returning with a brilliant trifecta of Pop, Jazz and Rap. On Wednesday September 11th, music lovers will unite under one roof for live performances by King Deco, Avidya and the Kleshas, and Cakes Da Killa. JOIN US!  ↓Get ADVANCE TICKETS! ↓

Quiet Lunch on the ROX present THREE THE HARD WAY.

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Share This.After the success of our previous installment, the second installment of Quiet Lunch on the ROX follows up with a trifecta of pop, jazz, and rap. Featuring King Deco, Avidya and the Kleshas, and Cakes Da Killa, THREE THE HARD WAY will showcase three different genres under one glorious roof. This installment of Quiet Lunch on the ROX seeks to unify music lovers with a versatile presentation of musical Read More

The Newport Folk Festival 2013. (RECAP)

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Share This.Two weeks ago I attended the Newport Folk Festival for the 12th time in my life. As an editor at the Quiet Lunch Magazine, it was supposed to be my duty to provide excellent journalistic coverage for our dear readers. As a veteran attendee, I really have no excuse for not snapping a few pictures, but I have to be honest with you: the moment my friend and I Read More

of Montreal Review: 5/21 Show at Paradise Rock Club, Boston.

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Share This.If I tried to explain what happened tonight at the Paradise Rock Club, I would not be able to do so. I have seen of Montreal perform many times, several of those times at the Dise, but tonight’s performance tops them all. I did not attend the show as a journalist or as a Bostonian or as a woman or as a human. I attended as a crazy raging Read More

GZA & Devo Make History.

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Share This.GZA will be performing at the Natural History Museum‘s (Los Angeles) 100th birthday bash. Headlining the Centennial Celebration with new wavers Devo, the Wu-Tang general will be part of a musical performance that will accompany the grand unveiling of the Otis Booth Pavilion. Celebrators will be treated to a cocktail reception and an exclusive menu designed by celebrity chefs, Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook of Animal. The party starts at 6pm Read More

In the 1930s, Nobody Thought They’d Ever Watch Baseball on T.V. Either.

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Share This.You no longer need to leave your house to see the world’s best bands in concert. TV programs like MTV Unplugged, VH1 Storytellers, Austin City Limits, and Palladia have been bringing live music into living rooms for years. Thanks to advancements in video production and Internet streaming technology, cable broadcasts have progressed into online webcasts like those done regularly by bands and venues such as Phish or the Brooklyn Read More