Band of Skulls Chats with NY Press About Signature Fringe, Flashing Fans and Their New Album

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bandofskulls In a music industry saturated with teeny-boppers and terms like “emo-hop”, it seems production value has gone up, while music quality has gone way, way down. But fear not friend. All is not lost. Hope rises in the form of a slack jawed skull.  Band of Skulls is made up of a guitar, bass, drums [&hellip
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A Sit Down With Zach Fried of Fort Lean

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FortLean Make bad decisions. Have fun. Listen to rock music. Enjoy it. Dance to it. These are the teachings of Brooklyn-based band, Fort Lean. Haven’t heard of them? You will. Already causing headlines for their standout shows-NYTimes calls Fort Lean, “A big band, playing small rooms,”- they put comparable bands to shame with their frenetic energy, [&hellip
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Ambassadors Play to Save the Gowanus Canal

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ambassadors The Gowanus Canal Conservancy held their Winter Festival this past Saturday, at Build It Green; a sort of buy-as-you-like warehouse space in Gowanus. A general knick-knackery, which housed about a hundred guests for a farm-to-table catered dinner of chicken & sausage gumbo, coleslaw with pickled pepper vinaigrette, buttermilk & honey cornbread and apple crumb bars. [&hellip
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A Second Act for the Critic who Championed Dylan and Springsteen

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By Cullen Gallagher Chances are you haven’t heard of Paul Nelson before—but if you’re a fan of rock music, you owe him a huge debt of gratitude. Nelson pioneered the field of rock criticism with his first-person style as an editor at Rolling Stone in the 1970s, where he was among the earliest supporters of [&hellip
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