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the NEW nyc magnet

In Screen on April 7, 2009 at 5:46 pm

 

fend magazineWe are proud to announce NYC Magnet’s transition to a new design and name is now complete.  Check it out!  Fend Magazine

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Nyc Magnet gets a Facelift!!!

In Literature, Music on April 7, 2009 at 5:44 pm

 

fend magazineWe are proud to announce NYC Magnet’s transition to a new design and name is now complete.  Check it out!  Fend Magazine

Big News for NYC Magnet

In Art, Fashion on April 7, 2009 at 5:43 pm

 

fend magazineWe are proud to announce NYC Magnet’s transition to a new design and name is now complete.  Check it out!  Fend Magazine


Crooked Disco Meets Project Jenny Project Jan

In Music on April 3, 2009 at 4:27 pm

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There is no denying the satisfaction of free drinks, good DJs and  live music.  Last Saturday at Public Assembly (in the space that used to be Galapagos) Project Jenny Project Jan hit the stage two hours later than expected but made up for it in sick dance tunes.  Jeremy Haines (vocals) and Sammy Rubin (master of electro beats, DJ) both hail from Brooklyn and are the duo that is Project Jenny Project Jan.  Their “Colors EP,” set to be released April 14th, has a very eclectic sound.  From reggae-tone to salsa,  “groovy” rap  to 90’s pop the album can seem some what schizophrenic in its music genre but if you are one of those people that “likes all kinds of music” then Project Jenny Project Jan is your jam.  The band closed down their set last saturday with “Brooklyn,” a show tune style track claiming “its always sunny in Brooklyn, without a cloud in the sky.”

Its Blitz!

In Music on March 31, 2009 at 8:37 am

Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ newest album Its Blitz!  hits the shelves today.  Prepare yourselves for a different kind of sound.  Karen O’s screaming does not make an appearance on the new album and the overall feel is less manic and more electro dance party.  Opening up with “Zero” the album kicks off with a hot, edgy track guaranteed to get you moving and will keep you on the move with “Heads Will Roll,” “Dull Life” and  “Dragon Queen.”  With softer ballads like “Runaway” and “Softshock” serving as the icing on this album’s cake, the band’s 3rd album is sure to be their most mature album, artistically, to date.  My personal favorite tune off It’s Blitz: “Runaway.”

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