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Shake the Shack Seattle

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In Music+Travel Worldwide, Jessica Hundley takes you on a tour of Calicountry, Southern California’s native blend of country crooning, folk and rock ‘n’ roll. For a slightly different take on the sound, check out its Southern cousin, rockabilly, a style that fuses “hillbilly” music with old-school rock ‘n’ roll.       Like what you hear? Well, if you’re in ... Read More »

Musicka Mystica Maxima

Santos Party House

      Santos Party House is one of our favorite venues in New York. Not only is the Chinatown club owned by the amazing Andrew W.K., it also features a killer sound system, some of New York’s best dancing and the city’s most epic lineups. This week it’s the Musicka Mystica Maxima festival — two days of seriously weird sounds ... Read More »

Dudes, Abide

May 8, 2009 - Lakewood, California

It’s time to put on your bathrobe, dust off that bowling ball and pour yourself a white Russian — that’s right, it’s time for another Lebowski Fest. The festival is an annual celebration the Coen brothers 1998 cult classic slacker comedy ‘The Big Lebowski,” the film that starred Jeff Bridges as a pot-smoking, CCR-loving LA burnout called The Dude.   ... Read More »

A Fictional Scene Becomes Fact

In 2003, Michael Muhammad Knight self-published his novel ‘The Taqwacores,’ the story of a fictional Muslim punk music scene in Rochester, N.Y. He invented the scene, and even its name — the word taqwacore comes from the Islamic concept of taqwá, meaning “god-consciousness,” mashed with the music genre of hardcore. Six years later, the book has been picked up by Soft ... Read More »

Museyon Takes BK

Museyon @ Brooklyn Book Festival

  We’ve gotta give a big Thank You to everyone who made it out to our booth at this year’s Brooklyn Book Festival. We had a great time spending the day with all the super-cool authors, books and lit mags who came out for the event. And of course, best of all, it was great seeing all of the book ... Read More »

Museyon Live in Brooklyn

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Hey book lovers! This Sunday, September 13, swing by the Brooklyn Book Festival for your chance to come say hello to your friends at Museyon. We’ll have plenty of books for sale plus news about our upcoming titles.   This year’s event has drawn some real literary heavyweights, including two of Brookyln’s most famous scribes — Pete Hamill and Paul ... Read More »

Cumbia City

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And the music keeps on coming! This weekend you have another chance to see our own Eve Hyman — your guide to cumbia in Buenos Aires — perform an acoustic solo show as Red Eve. Tonight it’s time to celebrate Argentina in the LES with Red Eve and Mataplantas at Pianos. The cover is a super-low $5. Want more cumbia? ... Read More »

This Screening Goes Up to 11

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Calling all Berliners! Time to turn it up to 11. Tonight you can catch the mockumentary that started it all, 1984′s ‘This Is Spınal Tap,’ at the Freiluftkino Insel at Cassiopeia in Friedrichshain at 9 p.m. The site is in German, but it promises one funny evening under the stars. The film is part of the outdoor screening series that ... Read More »

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