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Mumford & Sons - Tompkins Square Park (Song Review)

In the light of the Mumford & Sons new album, Wilder Mind, this will be the review of one of their new ones entitled “Tompkins Square Park”, a song that seems to describe the final moment of a relationship. 226 more words

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Music News-ic Track-by-Track: Arctic Mumfords

The startling success of Mumford and Sons can be looked at two different ways. Either A) they’re a standout member of the folk revival started by the likes of Arcade Fire and Adele in 2011, or B) they’re trendsetters who created the notion of a “Mumford band,” a banjo-heavy folk rock sub-subgenre that included Lumineers, Of Monsters and Men, Great Big World, and others. 1,198 more words

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Wilder Mind - Mumford & Sons, Everything Mainstream Album Review

The band responsible for spicing up every tv commercial with their trademark “folk-rock” music is back, and without their style. In Wilder Mind, M&S take a new approach at the music world, bringing alternative and folk, and smashing them together to get a lukewarm new sound. 190 more words


3Sixteen Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook

3Sixteen have just released their Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook to showcase what they have in store for the upcoming season.

The latest lookbook is shot in Tompkins Square Park which is just a few blocks north of of their showroom in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. 74 more words


That time it felt like Summer in Spring

And then it happened. The sky turned blue, the sun could be felt on pale limbs and everyone came out of hibernation. It’s official, I think we can say that the Winter has finally left New York to go and harass the Southern Hemisphere. 362 more words

An urban geographer's journey through the changing landscape of gentrification

Writer, urban geographer and guest blogger Loretta Lees has been researching gentrification on and off now for 27 years. Her interest was triggered asĀ an undergraduate student by a tour of the gentrifying Lower East Side in New York City. 1,005 more words

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