The Lumineers // Alt 92.3 Summer Open

ALT 92.3 SUMMER OPEN SET ONE // CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

Forest Hills Stadium which is primarily used to host tennis events, was filled with music fans from all five boroughs of New York City. The city which never sleeps had come to hear The Lumineers, an indie/alternative band headline the first ever Summer Open hosted by radio station Alt 92.3. As fans swayed along to…

MY TOP 5 … FIVE FAVORITE SONGS THIS WEEK … by Sabrina A.

Be My Mistake The 1975 What I think might be the sweetest song off the new alum from the indie-pop band’s long awaited third studio album. The soft acoustic guitar with the melancholy strumming pattern reminds me personally of songs Matty has done in the past such as 102 and She Lays Down. The guitar…

MY TOP 5 … FIVE FAVORITE SONGS THIS WEEK … by Sabrina A.

Follow My GirlThe Japanese House In preparation for her new album, female singer and artist The Japanese House has yet again released an elegantly done single matching her inviting yet calm sound. The reverb on her voice has such a interesting echo to it, one that is so unique to her. In this song, I…

INTERVIEW WITH … WILDERADO

In the basement bar of Music Hall of Williamsburg a couple days ago, I got the chance to sit down and chat with the indie band Wilderado. We chatted about all things ranging from the start of the band to their first ever album. The band later performed an unbelievable show as an opener for…

SURE SURE x WILDERADO // MUSIC HALL OF WILLIAMSBURG

Last week I got to spend my Saturday night surrounded by some great people and even better music. Sure Sure with supporters Plastic Picnic and Wilderado wrapped around to Williamsburg, Brooklyn to play venue Music Hall of Williamsburg for Halloween weekend. The bands delivered some incredible music to the crowd that left me quite astonished.…

MY TOP 5 … FIVE FAVORITE SONGS THIS WEEK … by Sabrina A.

6.18.18 billie eilish Billie’s melodic speech piece together with the usage of minor meancing piano chords blending together in the background create 6.18.18 into a dark yet loving tribute to xxtentacation. Crush Culture Conan Gray With hints of Troye Sivan spilling through the very roots of this song, you can tell that “Crush Culture” is…