Wild Cub, a band on the rise from Nashville, had most of its instruments stolen from a parked van.
The group will play a Brookyn-born performer's work for the first time in New York City, organizers said.
The group, a riff on LCD Soundsystem, turned the U.S. government's finances into musical melodies.
The new show tracing punk's influence on fashion will debut May 9 at the Met, 1000 Fifth Ave.
The Knitting Factory is hosting its first adult prom on May 30.
Check out who's playing New York City from April 17 to April 23.
Iconic Greenwich Village record store Bleecker Bob’s closed its doors forever on Saturday.
The shop could close as soon as this weekend as management looks at new locations in the East Village.
Beast of Bourbon is opening in May.
A frozen yogurt chain is coming to West Third Street, but the music may not die.
The Jackson Heights Orchestra will be performing on March 13.
Asase Yaa teaches African dance and drums alongside other forms of dance to kids in Bed-Stuy.
James Murphy is suing the co-founder of his record label, DFA, claiming he owes nearly $100,000.
The school began an after-school program in music production after opening a recording studio last month.
Maureen Guido believes that music and art complement math and science at P.S. 278
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