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Music Interview: Or Zubalsky, Bushwick, NYC

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  A Bushwick native via Israel, Or Zubalsky has been making music in Brooklyn for over six years. His music project is called Juviley, which has just released a new album out called Our Choices Rhyme. You can find the album in all the traditional places but you can also grab it on Juviley’s site via a video game. Or ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to: Northside Festival

Northside Festival open studios

  For the third year running, New York’s L Magazine is taking over the northside of Brooklyn for their music, film and art festival, aptly named, Northside Festival. The festival reaches from South Williamsburg and the Williamsburg Bridge to the far reaches of Greenpoint, taking over music venues, art galleries and this year, a church. The festival also includes Northside ... Read More »

Spotlight On: City Reliquary

City Reliquary February 2011 from Daydream Glacier on Vimeo.   Williamsburg, Brooklyn is known for being on the cutting edge of trends, from fashion to the next big band to art. Helping bridge those communities with with the neighborhood’s past is the City Reliquary, a non-for-profit community museum and civic organization that in addition to a permanent collection of New ... Read More »

Interview: Punches, Williamsburg Brooklyn

  Formed in the belly of the much ballyhooed, mimicked and misunderstood neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is the new “late night disco project” Punches. The creation of singer and dj Alan Astor and the popular dj duo Finger on the Pulse, otherwise known as the twins Greg and Darin Bresnitz, Punches is releasing both mix albums and their own original ... Read More »

Music Interview: Terrence Adams + Greenpoint, Brooklyn

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  Greenpoint, Brooklyn was once upon a time known as the Garden Spot of the World. Even though since the Civil War, the docks of Greenpoint have housed huge warehouses and iron works (the Civil War ship The Monitor was built on the dock at the end of Monitor Street), the many parks and tree-lined streets that make-up this most ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to… Siren Fest

Siren Crowd

Every year, the Village Voice takes over Coney Island for the Siren festival. A completely free day of music with a circus freak theme set on two stages whose performers switch off times so that there is never a quiet moment, quite literally, during the festival.   For this festival, there are no tickets in advance and no camping. There ... Read More »

News: NYC Zombie Crawl

Zombie Flyer

Looking for something out of the ordinary to do this holiday weekend? Head over to Williamsburg on Sunday to spectate or participate in the fourth annual NYC Zombie Crawl. The NYC Zombie Crawl is an organization concerned primarily with the rejuvenation of the living dead by means of feasting upon human flesh. While this can be problematic in civilized society, ... Read More »

News: A Font Grows in Brooklyn

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Unable to visit Brooklyn anytime soon? Obsessed with typography? Download the new Brownstone font by Ale Paul, where travel and font fanaticism combine.   From the designer: Brownstone, the face born from these explorations, is an original 21st-century design, yet one subtly infused with historical and cultural references – keen observers might spot influences from decorative typefaces of 19th-century foundries. ... Read More »

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