Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Just another typical night at Brooklyn’s own sanctuary for all that is deemed unholy, the depraved denizens of Saint Vitus were once again treated to a spectacular yet eclectic triple-threat performance that easily rivaled the massive rock star guitar god performing just across the river,
Article and photos by Steven Principato Hidden deep beneath the grand stage of Webster Hall lies the atmospheric Marlin room, and below THAT we find the hidden speakeasy-like lair named the “studio”, which is obviously where the real music happens. This subterranean den of rock & roll decadence, despite the
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato New York, NY -- Upon the compact stage of lower Manhattan's Bowery Ballroom, a pair of atypical musical acts prepared their collection of unique and dynamic sounds to be unleashed upon a rapidly growing multitude of eager and eclectic fans and first-time listeners. Opening tonight’s short line-up
Article and Photography by Steven Principato New York, NY -- Hidden discreetly beneath the cavernous expanse of Webster Hall, which appeared to be hosting an immeasurably paradoxical dance-party event, The Marlin Room is a small and personal sized room that faithfully re-creates the atmosphere that of a small venue, forbidding any admission to
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato Brooklyn NY- Once again returning to perhaps last known bastion of real rock and roll in NYC, the unmarked and dimly lit Saint Vitus, familiarly adorned with a plethora of tongue and cheek satanic iconography once again prepared for a typical Saturday night. Opening the show was Summoner.
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato New York, NY -- In a unique showcase of eclectic yet delicate electronic folk acts taking the stage here At NYC’s Webster Hall, two rapidly rising artists carried out unforgettable performances before an adoring crowd. Opening the show in a most subtle manner, England's own bi-speckled,
Article and Photos by: Steven Principato NYC -- Playing before a packed house at Union Square's historic Irving Plaza, Raw Fabrics -- a youthful pop trio (though, technically a solo act) hailing from Los Angeles -- suffered no challenges in winning over the Passionate mob upon their arrival. Delivering a set