Monthly Archives: November 2011

What’s Happening Wednesday?

Lo Kloza @ Mexicali Live Doors: 6 p.m. – Cover: $10 Amour Obscur @ Asbury Lanes Doors: 8 p.m. – Cover: $7 Hammerheaded @ The Saint Doors: 8 p.m. – Cover: $8 Laura Monzo @ The Downtown Doors: 8 p.m. … Continue reading

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The 10: Best George Harrison Covers

by Mike Mehalick, Special Guest Columnist & Contributing Writer to Talented, charming, loving, transcendental; the list of superlatives rolls on as we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the passing of former legendary Beatles guitarist George Harrison. More so than any … Continue reading

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Joe Harvard At The Brighton Bar Tonight, Released A Lot Of Music, At Langosta Lounge This Weekend

Tonight, one of Asbury’a favorite multi-instrumentalist with a taste for writing manuscripts about the history of The Velvet Underground, going so far as to front a tribute band of the Lou Reed-run outfit dubbed Velveeta, Joe Harvard, will take his … Continue reading

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River City Extension Played New Music At The Pony, Scheduled To Play BandsOnABudget Gallery

“I was trying to explain it to someone,” expressed a sentimental Joe Michelini to The Stone Pony congregation, which hung patiently on his every word in silent reverence, “every time we take this stage, It’s like you’re dying.  And I … Continue reading

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Those Mockingbirds Plan Vinyl Release At Maxwell’s

Montclair, NJ’s genre hopping Rock outfit, Those Mockingbirds, released its sophomore EP, Fa Sol La, in September to much acclaim by SIMGE and on Monday the group announced that its digitally formatted-only collection will be receiving the vinyl treatment. On January … Continue reading

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Lost In Society Premieres New Song At Asbury Lanes

Last Tuesday, the Asbury Park Punk collective, Lost In Society, headlined Asbury Lanes performing its final area appearance of the year, a riotous set of older tunes from its debut full-length release, Eastern Empire, a series of yet to be released … Continue reading

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A Speakly Playlist To Get You Through The Week (11/28)

“High Noon” by True Apothecary The Westchester, NY-based True Apothecary presents the listener with a style of tunes as obscure as the film references it makes.  It’s debut EP Thank You, Janitor, Thank You Scientist, which alludes to a conversation held in the … Continue reading

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