Eyal Maoz: All That Jazz

Israeli-American guitarist Eyal Maoz is taking up residency for a week in the East Village. From July 14 through July 20, Maoz will play two sets nightly at The Stone, a nonprofit venue known for featuring experimental and avant-garde music. Each night of the residency will feature Maoz …

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Buzz Osborne: To Philly And Beyond

Buzz Osborne continues his American tour with stops in NYC and Philly. Known for being the frontman of Melvins, King Buzzo took a slight detour from his metal persona with his first solo album, This Machine Kills Artists. Though the album is completely acoustic, Osborne manages to bring the …

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Wild Beasts: Anarchy In The U.S.

British indie rockers Wild Beasts are taking over NYC and Philly as part of their international tour. This band is one that you don’t want to miss—their latest album, Present Tense, went to number 10 on the UK charts. In addition, Wild Beasts have been nominated for and won …

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Monterey: The Kings Of Summer

New Brunswick natives Monterey are up-and-coming and on tour. Looking to continue the promotion of their latest EP, The King’s Head, the band will return to The Saint in Asbury Park on July 5 as part the venue’s Summer Saturday Night Concert Series. Other featured acts will include Goodbye …

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Tei Shi: The Little Mermaid

Brooklyn-based singer and “mermaid music” pioneer Tei Shi will open for Glass Animals on two of her upcoming live dates. Known for a collaboration with the band on their track “Holiest” and another with Saint Pepsi on a remix of her song “Nevermind The End,” the ethereal songstress is rapidly …

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Neon Trees: Lighting Up NYC

Following the release of its most recent single “First Things First” on April 8 and its third album, Pop Psychology, on April 22, Utah natives Neon Trees embarked on an international tour. Known for their number one singles “Animal” and “Everybody Talks,” expect the Pop Psychology tour to show …

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Garden State Line: Strand Up To Cancer

NJ rock quartet Garden State Line will play live at Lakewood’s Strand Center For The Arts in NJ on June 27 as part of a benefit concert for Taylor “Iron Man” Barta. Barta, a six-year-old Monroe native, was diagnosed with Stage 4 “ARMS” cancer this past January. To raise funds …

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White Lung: Suffering The Patriarchy

Canadian punk rockers White Lung are back with a vengeance, set to release their highly-anticipated third album, Deep Fantasy, on June 16. The album should resonate with feminist listeners, as lead singer Mish Way attacks the patriarchy, body image and other modern controversies with her cutting lyrics. Recently signed …

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Stagnant Pools: Anything But Stagnant

Coming off the high of touring with Jimmy Eat World in May and the release of its sophomore album, Geist, on June 10, Indiana-based band Stagnant Pools teamed up with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah for another string of concerts in Canada and the U.S. earlier this month. Stagnant …

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Luke Elliot: The Guy On Fire

Taking the New York music scene by storm with his dark folk-rocker vibe, newcomer Luke Elliot’s name is spreading like wildfire. Already catching the eyes of major producers like John Agnello (Dinosaur Jr., Sonic Youth) and managers like Christa Shaub (Shaub Entertainment), his self-produced debut EP, Provisions, was …

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