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Bonobo teasing forthcoming project with mysterious billboards across the world

It looks as though Bonobo is teasing a new project, though for now details remain scarce. After updating his website and plastering posters in 12 locations around the world, fans are beginning to suspect he has something new (and big) underway. Taking to Instagram earlier this week to tease a new track, the snippet features […]

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Remember The Charred Tesla Model X Left On The Frozen Lake? New Theft Allegations Paint A Clearer Picture

You may recall the story of a Tesla Model X that burned down on the frozen surface of Lake Champlain’s Shelburne Bay in Vermont in February of 2019. The police report at the time stated that the owner drove the Model X onto the lake to fish, and the car struck a rock. Sometime after […]

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New York to require proof of vaccination for entry to indoor entertainment venues

New York City will require proof of vaccination to enter indoor entertainment venues, restaurants, and gyms beginning August 16. The mandate, instituted with the aim to increase vaccinations in the state, will be fully enforced by September 13. “It is time for people to see vaccinations as literally necessary to living a good, full, and […]

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ZHU plots fall headlining shows in Los Angeles, New York

ZHU will be taking his talents coast to coast, heading to both Los Angeles and New York for two headlining performances in October and November. ZHU will land at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre on October 10 and 11 before heading over to New York’s Avant Gardner on November 24 and 26. Supporting acts for the […]

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Museum of the City of New York celebrates city’s vibrant musical history with ’80s-focused exhibit

New York continues to stand as a cultural mecca, with artists from all around the world flocking to the city to join its vibrant community. Although New York has always been at the forefront of art, fashion, music, and more, the ’80s saw the city thrive within a musical renaissance. Hosting artists such as Madonna, […]

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Museum of the City of New York celebrates city’s vibrant musical history with ’80s-focused exhibit

New York continues to stand as a cultural mecca, with artists from all around the world flocking to the city to join its vibrant community. Although New York has always been at the forefront of art, fashion, music, and more, the ’80s saw the city thrive within a musical renaissance. Hosting artists such as Madonna, […]

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NYC charts Central Park mega concert in celebration of city’s reopening

Clubs are reopening. Festival lineups are dropping. Nature is healing. As cities across the US continue loosening COVID-19 restrictions, public attention is fixed on nightlife hotspots in anticipation of what industry insiders believe could be an unprecedented boom in the arts and entertainment spaces. In short, all eyes are on New York, and the city […]

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Boiler Room announces upcoming festivals in New York, London, & Barcelona

World famous event curators Boiler Room have announced their first in-person shows in over a year. Landing in New York, London, and Barcelona, Boiler Room Festival 2021 is slated to take place throughout autumn 2021. No headliners have been announced, but Boiler Room did share that the events will be live-streamed, sharing on social media, […]

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New York permits venues to operate at full capacity for those with proof of vaccination

In accordance to the latest CDC guidelines, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the state will allow almost all businesses and public venues to operate at full capacity without masks or social distancing, provided the venue is hosting patrons that can provide proof of vaccination. Exempt from this statement are schools, public transit, homeless […]

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New York venues cleared to reopen at 33% capacity in April

In an exciting new development for the American music industry, New York venues have been cleared to open at 33% capacity in April, with a 100- and 200-person indoor and outdoor cap, respectively. If venues operators test all attendees for COVID-19 prior to entry, then the maximum capacity can be raised even higher to 150 […]

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New York venues cleared to reopen at 33% capacity in April

In an exciting new development for the American music industry, New York venues have been cleared to open at 33% capacity in April, with a 100- and 200-person indoor and outdoor cap, respectively. If venues operators test all attendees for COVID-19 prior to entry, then the maximum capacity can be raised even higher to 150 […]

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New York announces rules for major venue reopenings

The building blocks for New York‘s live events return continue to be placed as Governor Cuomo prepares to allow areas and stadiums statewide to reopen at limited capacity, starting February 23. Both Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center will resume hosting events on the date the rule goes into effect. On the new […]

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A step towards live events’ return—New York gears up for statewide festival

As vaccination distribution continues along, the highly discussed return of live events becomes increasingly within the grasps of reality. After announcing that venues could possibly open as soon as February in New York, Governor Cuomo now delivers on his word as the state of New York prepares itself for a newly minted statewide festival. The […]

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Activision Merges Tony Hawk 1 + 2 Developer Into Blizzard

It seems like only yesterday that Vicarious Visions released one of the year’s best games in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2—a remake that went the extra mile and then some. As of today, however, the studio is done taking the lead on projects. Activision just announced that it’s been folded into Blizzard.Read more… […]

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Governor Cuomo: Live events to return to New York as soon as February

Live events may be returning to New York as soon as next month, according to Governor Andrew Cuomo. While some are writing off the idea as optimistic at best, the planned return to live sports, music, and arts is bolstered by an impending increase of COVID-19 vaccinations and rapid testing sites. Governor Cuomo cited the […]

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Miles Morales Is About to Make You Want to Protect Harlem

Miles Morales: Spider-Man is set to bring all sorts of new characters and next-gen gaming elements to Insomniac’s Spider-Man franchise in a way that makes Miles’ early days as a hero feel distinct from Peter Parker’s path in the previous game. But the thing about Miles Morales that’s likely to have the most subtle,…Read more… […]

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Tune in: NYC Nightlife United’s first livestream to benefit independent venues

A recurring livestream series, The NYC Nightlife United Sessions Vol. 1, holds financial promise for New York independent music venues and their staff. The virtual event concept, which will kick off at 3:00 p.m. EST / 12:00 p.m. PST on September 13, has been introduced by NYC Nightlife United, an emergency fund “providing immediate relief […]

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Tune in: NYC Nightlife United’s first livestream to benefit independent venues

A recurring livestream series, The NYC Nightlife United Sessions Vol. 1, holds financial promise for New York independent music venues and their staff. The virtual event concept, which will kick off at 3:00 p.m. EST / 12:00 p.m. PST on September 13, has been introduced by NYC Nightlife United, an emergency fund “providing immediate relief […]

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DJ Empress comes forward with detailed allegations against Erick Morillo

New York-based drum ‘n’ bass artist DJ Empress has accused the late Erick Morillo of sexual assault, detailing her story in a Facebook post written on September 8. According to the Empress, she met Morillo when she was 17 years old, working as a buyer at a record store in New York. Her account states […]

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J Balvin, Roddy Ricch withdraw from VMAs performer list as New York eases self-quarantine policy for attending artists

J Balvin and Roddy Ricch, two of the artists to receive the VMAs tap for performances at the 2020 awards show, will no longer be appearing at the MTV event, slated for August 30 at 8:00 p.m. EST / 5:00 p.m. PST. Rolling Stone reports that a representative for J Balvin confirmed on August 24 […]

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