• STIMULATE presents SKOLD (Marilyn Manson, KMFDM)

    Saint Vitus Bar

    STIMULATE is proud once again to present Skold on his 2019 "Never is Now" North American Tour! Advanced Tickets: http://STIMULATE-ME.com $15 Advance // $22 Day of Show Generated from a society in turmoil and harnessed to a culture censoring expression, Tim Sköld is self-liberated and now, again, striking out like the blinding white Swedish summer sun. Erstwhile driving forces of KMFDM, Shotgun Messiah and Marilyn Manson, and bearing the marks of a further litany of productions and collaborations, e.g. Motionless In White, Psyclon Nine, he’s worn of the perpetual hiatus of his eponymous devotion — turning that inside and over, growing something darker and harder. In 2019, reborn in the ineffable name of Skold, and in league with Cleopatra Records, he will liberate the whole weight with a new album. Not content in what the studio wrought, he’ll see it out in person, done justice, on North American tour for your review, your revels and your revolt. https://www.instagram.com/tim_skold/ https://www.facebook.com/skoldofficial/ joined by Echo Black and Optic Oppression plus STIMULATE Resident DJs Xris SMack! and DJ Paradox location: Saint Vitus Bar 1120 Manhattan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11222 // 11pm // 21+ JOIN US! http://STIMULATE-ME.com http://facebook.com/STIMULATE.nyc http://instagram.com/STIMULATE_nyc

  • The Chemical Brothers with Charlotte de Witte

    Forest Hills Stadium

    THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS Thursday August 1 - Forest Hills Stadium The Chemical Brothers are coming to NYC in August to support their new album 'No Geography'. With 30 years under their belt, the UK electronic duo have done nothing but improve in every way imaginable. They have been blowing us away with their amazing recent singles 'We've Got To Try', 'MAH', 'Free Yourself' and the disco-tinged 'Got To Keep On' (these videos are insane by the way). Other career hightlights include the monster hit 'Galvanize', 'Block Rockin' Beats', 'Swoon', 'Hey Boy Hey Girl', 'Wide Open' (with Beck), 'The Salmon Dance' and too many more to mention. The Chemical Brothers' live shows are all too rare in NY... so you may not want to miss this one. ADVANCE TICKETS : CLICK HERE Forest Hills Stadium: 1 Tennis Place, Queens NY Doors 5pm / 6.30pm start. Note: This looks like it could be a great experience. Tickets are selling out fast. And GA tickets are all resale for $300! Here's a Youtube from their new album: https://youtu.be/-zxtbwGogyY

  • BLACK FLAG

    Brooklyn Bazaar

    Also, The Linecutters Tickets appear to be going fast. $30 All ages https://bkbazaar.com/

  • The Alarm, Modern English, Gene Loves Jezebel

    Asbury Lanes

    The line-up explains itself! Though I'm still rankled by whoever owns(ed) the copyright for "I'll Melt with You", having sold Burger King the rights to use it to hock their Whoppers in the 90s. And Hershey's used it, too, but at least it wasn't in connection with a f... Whopper!

  • Combo: 1 - Wings, Wands & Woodlands: Fairy Workshop 2 - Photo Safari

    This looks like a neat outing at an island park in the City. Looks like a great opportunity to take some wonderful photos if anyone enjoys "photo safaris", time in a bit of nature, or a smidge of both. 1. Workshop: Visit our urban woodland to make all things fairy: wands, wings, and little fairy houses. Walk along our forest path to look for signs of fairies, protectors of our woods and streams! Location: Water’s Edge Garden by the Woodland Map: https://randallsisland.org/visit/randalls-island-park-map/?location=edge Randall's Island Park Alliance https://randallsisland.org/events/wings-wands-woodlands-fairy-workshop/ 2. Photo Safari: By photo safari, I mean wandering around exploring a new environment searching for engaging images or shots to photograph. Photography is my personal creative outlet. I thought I might linger after the Fairy Workshop to see what thine inner photographic eye aught see.! If anyone enjoys taking photographs or spending time in nature, please join me!

  • SITE RESELECTED: Alien 40th Anniversary Rerelease in Theater!

    Regal Commerce Center & RPX

    Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Alien! Directed by Ridley Scott, the original sci-fi classic follows Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) investigating a suspected SOS on a remote planet and makes a terrifying discovery. This anniversary event includes exclusive insight from Turner Classic Movies.