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The music of New York
Thursday, Dec 30, 2010 at 6:45 AM
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By Elizabeth Bougerol

New Year’s Eve Pt. II: Quirky & Cozy Shows

New Year’s Eve Pt. II: Quirky & Cozy Shows

An updated rundown of the city's most intriguing smaller/quirkier music shows on NYE. Read »

Thursday, Dec 23, 2010 at 8:28 PM
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By Jay Belin

A Quickie With We Are Scientists' Keith Murray

A Quickie With We Are Scientists' Keith Murray

Notorius funny man and frontman of We Are Scientists allows us to corner him for a Quickie a little over a week before they plan to ring in the New Year at Mercury Lounge. Read »

Wednesday, Oct 13, 2010 at 5:32 PM
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By Elizabeth Bougerol

Tonight: We Are Scientists, Elektra Records Turns 60, Ryan Bingham & Dead Horses

Tonight: We Are Scientists, Elektra Records Turns 60, Ryan Bingham & Dead Horses

You’ll need to get yourself to Asbury Park to catch We Are Scientists... Read »

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The sound of New York is like no other -- from hip-hop on Staten Island to indie rock in Brooklyn and Reggaeton in Central Park, we listen and break it down with exclusive video, album reviews, show previews and photos.
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Michael Tedder Michael Tedder is an arts and culture writer who lives in Brooklyn and received his MFA from NYU. He asks that you not hold that against him. You can follow him here and say hello to him here.
Oresti Tsonopoulos Award-winning audiovisual producer and the creative force behind Music World, an online travelmentary, Oresti uses his engaging style to bring you a fresh perspective on the NYC music scene.
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