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Anjelia Played The Saint For The Last Time

Local Pop songstress Anjelia Pelay took The Saint’s intimate dwellings for the final time on Wednesday evening.  Backed by Emily Grove and members of the Toms River-based Industrial-Metal outfit End Of An Era for the majority of the showcase, prior to pulling back [...]

June 25, 2012 Live

Black Wine Played Asbury Lanes w/Brick Mower

On Wednesday, Black Wine prefaced it’s Summertime U.S. headlining tour with Brick Mower, which kicks off on June 29th in Columbus, OH, with a raucous set of Surf-Rock infused basement-quaking Punk compositions spanning the outfit’s catalogue (three full-length releases in as [...]

June 25, 2012 Live
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Governors Ball Day 2: Modest Mouse, Fiona Apple, And Beck Bring It Home

And I’m spent: Another trip over the Robert F. Kennedy bridge and another day of the Governors Ball, this time with a more rock centric program for the throngs making the trek from all around the world. As with Saturday, [...]

June 25, 2012 Live

Set It Free Played The Stone Pony On Wednesday; Or A Band Of Ninja Warriors

Photos by Chris Rotolo They say if you want to woo a woman at a bar, buy her and her friend a drink. Or if you’re at a show, free EPs are an adequate substitute. As it was my first [...]

June 25, 2012 Live

Governors Ball Day 1: Kid Cudi, Passion Pit, Major Lazer Lead The Charge

RANDALL’S ISLAND – After a brief bus ride to Randall’s Island Park from the 125th Street subway stop one could see the early machinations of the 2012 edition of the Governors Ball. Now spread out over the course of two [...]

June 23, 2012 Live

Tango Machina Played The Saint On Friday

On Friday, Monroe, NJ’s own Rock N’ Roll collective Tango Machina, or Tango Mahina depending upon which Spanglish speaking sound man works your set on a given evening, performed a late night set at The Saint on Friday drawing applause [...]

June 21, 2012 Live

World Inferno Friendship Society Played Asbury Lanes; Or A History Lesson On Paul Robeson

Last Thursday Jack Terricloth and his ever-changing backing band of Cabaret-loving Punks ventured from their Brooklyn-based homestead to Asbury’s premier 10-pin penthouse and music locale for a one-off showcase of champagne-drenched ragetunes that poked and prodded the proverbial bees nest [...]

June 21, 2012 Live

Julian Fulton & The Zombie Gospel Played Asbury Lanes, Released New EP; Or A Fear Of Bath Salts

Photography by Kristen Driscoll On Thursday evenings Hazlet, NJ’s own Julian Fulton & The Zombie Gospel held an EP release party for its debut release, Heart & Arms, at Asbury Lanes alongside Elevator Art, Green Paper, and Ladykiller…and I’ve never been more [...]

June 18, 2012 Live

A Wild Weekend In Asbury Park With The Counting Crows & More; The Boardwalk’s Own Slice Of Bonnaroo

Photography by Kristen Driscoll This past weekend, 17 hours to the Southwest on 500 acres of farmland in Manchester, Tennessee, the 11th Annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival played out over four days featuring some of the biggest names in music [...]

June 13, 2012 Live

Radiohead Played The Prudential Center On May 31st

Upon arriving at the Prudential Center in Newark early in the evening on Thursday, May 31st, I knew I was in for a profoundly different concert experience than the one I was used to. As I lined up in Champions [...]

June 7, 2012 Live