In a recent Ghettoblaster interview with Mark Perro and Nick Chiericozzi, who cofront postpunk band the Men, Perro described the creative approach that’s led the group to produce its stylistically scattered series of albums: “We’ve tried to make the same record forever. We’ve tried to make the same exact record since the beginning, and in […]
The Brooklyn musician drops the Beat Depression demo.
The band’s debut full-length is out early this summer.
Two of New York’s best noise-rock musicians team up on this new project.
Nightingale Cinema screens a program of funny, visually sophisticated shorts by filmmaker/wrestler Charles Fairbanks.
The best shows to see Thursday through Sunday include the Men, Iron Lung, Phosphorescent, and Shayna Dulberger Quartet.
Brooklyn’s favorite indie darlings the Men drop a new jam.
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, July 14, 2012
Ben Greenberg, bassist for the Men, comes to town this weekend with his solo guitar project Hubble
Mark Perro of the Men talks DIY, country music, and the impossibility of plagiarism in punk
Key Losers do California pop, Purple and Green do Chicago house, Iceage and the Men carry the posthardcore torch, and the girls in Nu Sensae and White Lung get screamy