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Corrosion of Conformity // Live @ The Wellmont Theater // 9.9.17

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Montclair, NJ - Standing tall as North Jersey’s most notable venue for larger acts, The historic Wellmont Theater, located in swanky downtown Montclair once again opened it's doors to accommodate a blackened parade of metal-heads, lining the streets as they waited, gleefully yet inadvertently frightening the local

Album Review: Neil Young – Hitchhiker

Article by: Jason Robey   Neil Young fans rejoice, as the ten songs he recorded 41 years ago, with just an acoustic guitar and his voice, have finally seen the light of day. On August 11, 1976, Young and his producer, David Briggs, entered the Indigo Ranch Recording Studio in Malibu, CA. Young

Roky Erickson // LIVE @ White Eagle Hall // 09.08.17

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Jersey City, NJ - Fortunate to be one of the inaugural line-ups to take the still immaculate stage of Jersey City’s recently opened White Eagle Hall, The Death Valley Girls and Roky Erickson bill proved to be an epic show for this promising new venue, the

Concert Review // State Champs // Live @ White Eagle Hall // 9.9.17

Article and Photos by: Sophia Zucker   JERSEY CITY, NJ – Albany based pop punk group State Champs tore the roof off the newly renovated venue White Eagle Hall last Saturday night in Jersey City. The show brought support from Homesafe, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Sleep On It, Bright Green,

The Beatles Sgt. Pepper 3D Card

It’s been 50 years since The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album! In honor of the exciting anniversary, 3-D design company Lovepop released The Beatles Sgt. Pepper 3D Cardyesterday! The design was created in partnership with The Beatles and is one of three officially licensed designs.  

Album Review: Jake Bugg – Hearts That Strain

Article by: Andrés Alvarado   With his 4th album Hearts That Strain, youngster Jake Bugg has seemingly drifted away from that brash persona that appealed to many and made his music noteworthy. While change is not a terrible thing, it is difficult to do it right. Jake Bugg’s new album has plenty

Gov’t Mule // Live @ the Iroquois Amphitheater // 8.27.17

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY- Following the sudden untimely passing of original Allman Brother Butch Trucks in January and the long-time-coming passing of Gregg Allman in May, Warren Haynes is as close to Southern Rock Royalty as we can come. Sunday night's Gov't Mule concert allowed Haynes

Festival Preview // Bourbon and Beyond Festival // Sept. 23 & 24

Louisville, KY-- Can we handle another FESTIVAL ? That's like asking us if we can handle more BOURBON! The answer to both is a resounding YES! And the combination of two of our favorite things is, well, just that much better. We here at MONKEYGOOSE Magazine are already pre-gaming for the