Text and Photos by K. Cecchini I just saw Protomartyr on Friday at Underground Arts, which is (I say) Philly version of Brooklyn’s Rough Trade where we saw them in October. I wrote a piece after that show and never posted it, so I will do it now. Protomartyr vocalist Joe Casey took to the stageContinue reading “In the Key of Protomartyr”
Interview conducted by @KralTunes The boys of New York’s WYLDLIFE are in the midst of a personal revival. After being sidelined for close to a year, the band has just released some new material, (It’s Called) Rock ‘n’ Roll, and are gearing up for a major run in the next year. Before heading south to record their new album,Continue reading “Artist Spotlight: Wyldlife”
@KralTunes, written for @tonightatdawn When I was younger, my sister and I would sleep over our grandparents every so often, and my grandfather would make us his specialty for dinner; roast beef, mashed potatoes, peas, carrots (sometimes, but hopefully not) and gravy. Sounds generic, but you see, it was all in the presentation. Rather thanContinue reading “The Pluto Moons: A Bowl of Mush”
Text by K. Cecchini Ringing in the new year naturally is bogged down with great expectations for the eve -and, not to mention, the 365 days to follow. New Years Around New York If you haven’t completely tired or given up on the grand spectacle of New Years in New York, then wherever you are inContinue reading “New Years, New York”
Text and Photo by K. Cecchini Justice cannot breathe in our nation, either, while our African-American brothers -and sisters- disproportionately suffer at the hands of our justice system. Whether the system puts a tag on their toe or cuffs on their hands, African-Americans -and other people of color- are prey to the inherent theme inContinue reading ““I Can’t Breathe.””
Youtube can be an amazing thing: Not that long ago, Matt Doe, Leo P and Dave “King of Sludge” Parks were three subway buskers anonymously filling the underground tunnels of NYC with their blaring horns and stomping drums. They may have been just three men playing just three instruments, yet they filled the subway with a sound that could rival a full-onContinue reading “TOO MANY ZOOZ”
Text by Joe K. When it comes to Hip-Hop, FLOW is half the battle. You can spend 6 minutes rapping about doing the dishes, but, as Chris Rock so eloquently put it, “If the beat is right, she will dance all night”. Fortunately, there are those artists that attempt to offer lyrics of substance ratherContinue reading “Beast Coast: The Underachievers- Cellar Door: Terminus Ut Exordium”
Photos by Kimberly Cecchini The High Line Park is not only a tourist destination, but indeed a coveted spot for locals as well with great views of the city. It is a repurposed elevated rail line that stretches along the west side of Manhattan.