Rad Upcoming NY Events Some Place Like Home THU. 10/08 | 7:00AM (DOORS) – 11:00PM @ RUMNEY GUGGENHEIM Rumney Guggenheim’s inaugural exhibition, Some Place Like Home, unites an international selection of site-specific works by Olek in collaboration with Michelle P. Dodson, Swoon, Olivia Steele, Boxhead and Moral Turgeman, addressing the
Rad Upcoming NY Events Fashion’s Front Row With performances by Nate Ruess & Jason Derulo THU. 09/17 | 7:30PM @ THE THEATER AT MSG Macy’s Presents Fashion’s Front Row brings the high fashion runway to the mainstream in a dazzling spectacle celebrating the intersection of music and fashion. ADMISSION: $55 One Finger Food Minimum:
Rad Upcoming NY Events Mess Kid, veryADVANCED THU. 09/03 | 5:00PM @ OUTPUT Born in Riga, Latvia, Mess Kid moved to Detroit in 1993 and now is a Brooklyn resident consistently turning out dancefloors. ADMISSION: FREE El Caribefunk, Underground System FRI. 09/04 | 9:00PM @ THE WICK A loud pop
Rad Upcoming NY Events Caribou with guest Sinkane THU. 08/06 | 7:00PM @ EAST RIVER PARK Dan Snaith’s latest album, Our Love (2014), isn’t the sound of isolated basement creation but the sound of Dan at his most connected – with love for his listeners, his collaborators, and those closest
Class is always in session when you’re in the school of hard knocks. And with summer unfortunately winding down, I’d like to discuss with all of you how I’ve spent my summer vacation. As a musician, gigs are always at the forefront of my mind and this past summer, I’ve
Just because you didn’t get tickets to Radiohead tonight doesn’t mean you have to hole up in your apartment and weep to “Paranoid Android.” I guess. Instead, remind your ears they still have something to live for and check out The Roots playing with The Hold Steady, ON A BOAT.
Patti Smith likes you. Not only did she pen the National Book Award-winning read Just Kids for even the most ADD of readers to enjoy last year, but tonight she’s going to perform, for you, for FREE. Tonight at Webster Hall, Smith will show off why she’s a rock icon