The Wisdom Of Eve: A Pearl Of Wisdom

The Nyack Village Theatre in Nyack, NY, proudly presents The Wisdom Of Eve, a play based on the short story by Mary Orr and later turned into an Academy Award-winning major motion picture. The story revolves around an aspiring actress’ cunning tactics to rise to the top of the …

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Pet Shop Boys: Electrified

For nearly 30 years, English duo Pet Shop Boys have been captivating audiences with their brand of classic synthpop. Their 12th studio album, Electric, was released last summer, taking the number three spot on the UK Albums Chart the week it debuted. In support of the record, the pair …

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Aloud: Now Or Never

Since their formation in 2002, indie rock quartet Aloud have been blending together catchy yet simple guitars with big, melodic harmonies. While their first three albums and two EPs were released independently, their new disc, It’s Got To Be Now, debuted at the beginning of the month on Mother …

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Sydbarret: We Can See Inside Your Windows

Sydbarret—no, not that Syd Barrett—released their sophomore disc, We Can See Inside Your Windows, late last month, following up their 2011 debut, The Swimmer. The group is a local act that hails from Central Jersey and is made up of several hardcore veterans from around the area.

The …

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Equals: Tracts

Although Equals formed in 2008, the San Antonio-based band took their time releasing any official music, coming out with their debut, self-titled EP in August 2011. The quintet built upon that disc to create Tracts, their first full-length record, which they will issue independently this spring.

Tracts blends together …

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The Brand New Life: A New Direction

Although The Brand New Life formed in North Carolina in 2009, the Afrobeat band decided to take their act north and relocate to Brooklyn to become a part of its thriving music scene. They released their first self-titled EP last October, which was followed by “You Might Not Get A …

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Fanfarlo: Crossing The Pond

London-based alternative six-piece Fanfarlo will be making their way to North America as part of a month-long tour, which includes a slew of stops in the area, starting April 22 at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City and followed by a show at Rough Trade NYC in Brooklyn on …

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The White Buffalo: Releasing The Animal

Singer-songwriter Jake Smith, who writes, records and performs under the alias The White Buffalo, will be co-headlining Irving Plaza with Chuck Ragan on April 18 before heading to Asbury Park to play the legendary Stone Pony on April 19. The folk artist released his third studio album, Shadows,

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Overlake: Sighs

Jersey City-based newcomers Overlake are the next act to come out of the North Jersey scene. The trio—which consists of lead vocalist/guitarist Tom Barrett, bassist Lysa Opfer and drummer Scotty Imp—formed in the beginning of 2012, spending the past year penning their Killing Horse debut, Sighs. Along with frequently …

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Mahayla: Electricspaceagesweetheart

After an extensive hiatus, New Orleans-based Mahayla have returned with a new record. Formed by frontman Dave Fera and drummer Mark Davis in 1999, the band was put on the back burner so Fera could focus on other projects throughout the 2000s. When those began to fall to the wayside, …

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