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STOWN Ltd.’s Upcoming Art Show Is The Cat’s Pajamas

With a penchant for the off kilter and generally stranger side of life, Spencer Stown is remarkably adept at translating his artistic vision into some killer clothing. For those of you already familiar or wanting to see for yourselves, STOWN Ltd. will be exhibiting their latest clothing line at the ...

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GLC Gets a Bird’s-Eye View Into the Creative Minds Behind Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

Conceived within the confines of a college freshman dorm building in the late 2000’s, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong has quickly become one of the most beloved funk bands in recent memory. Greg Ormont (vocals, guitar), Jeremy Schon (guitar, vocals), Ben Carrey (bass, vocals), and Alex Petropulos (drumagic, electro-swag) are the creative brains behind a ...

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Underground Bass Collective, Abstract Future, Releases Mind-Expanding “Bass for Revolution” Compilation

Let your headphones Feel the Bern when you get down to Abstract Future’s new tape release “Bass for Revolution.” Curated By New York based producer Brightside, “Bass for Revolution” is a playlist of hand-selected music featuring the likes of Tsimba, Nocturnal Status, LUDGE, Narkatta, Alejo, and The Galactic Effect. All profits from ...

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GLNY Event Preview: Random Rab @ Slake NYC (4/22)

Disclaimer: I know nothing about this artist. Correction: I knew nothing about this artist. Now I consider myself a generally well-rounded source of knowledge. I like to think I’m relatively “in-the-know” (how cool do I sound, right?), but discovering Random Rab’s music a couple weeks ago was news for me. So, I did ...

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GLNY Event Review: Govinda @ Slake (3/12)

Calling all gypsies, snake charmers, belly dancers, warriors and nymphs of all kind! Have you experienced the musical journey pioneered by Govinda? Austin, Texas’ own Shane Madden and his select performers dished out unique melodies alongside support from Jade Cicada and Kaminanda to NYC for Good Looks Collectives’ “Abduction” this past Friday, March 12th ...

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