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AMONG THE YOUNG AT HEART: An Interview with Noah Stitelman of Neighbors

When Noah Stitelman of Neighbors talks about music, he becomes electric. His fingers flutter as though they’re playing invisible keys, his voice is elevated and excited and his eyes are focused, incredibly tuned-in. 3,372 more words

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Reflecting on Glass

Sometimes I think it can be more memorable to see a band of whom you don’t know every song out of their every album, especially when you finally get the chance to see them live and hear one or two unfamiliar songs that shock you with blissful discovery. 658 more words


10 New York Institutions We Loved and Lost in 2014

2014 has been a sad year for New York city landmarks. As rents rise and landlords make room for big businesses, once more the city’s hidden gems have been kicked out onto the streets. 1,095 more words

How To Dress Well at Glasslands

Tom Krell, better known by his stage name How to Dress Well, usually plays larger venues than Glasslands these days, but he took time out of his schedule to play one of the final shows at the soon-to-be-closed Williamsburg haunt. 36 more words


Farewell Glasslands

Glasslands will close it’s doors at the end of the year – the last of the 3 music venues to do so at South 1st/2nd and Kent Ave. 367 more words

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