#Blkgrlswurld Radio Interview Now Online

Stream our interview with Papercuts Zine here>> http://clocktower.org/show/blkgrlswurld Many thanks to Chris and Taylor of Paper Cuts Zine for inviting  us to share our love of metal music on Clocktower Radio 😀 Synopsis: #BLKGRLSWURLD is a quarterly zine run by Christina Long and her younger brother and sister since 2013. As a trio of artists …

Submissions for #blkgrlswurld ZINE are Now Open.

We are a New York City based quarterly zine promoting Women in the metal scene. For the Spring ’16 Edition 4.2 of #blkgrlswurld Zine share with us your music fandoms. What gets you geeked about the bands you love? Why go to live shows? Band you recommend most to others? Photos, drawings and prose welcome. …

#blkgrlswurld ZINE @ ABC No Rio

#‎BLKGRLSWULRD‬ Zine is reading and performing a bit of fiddle 🎻🎼 at the Paper Cuts Book Tour this Thursday @ ABC No Rio, 7:30pm. Free event, for details please click here Join us for a panel discussion and reading session about NYC Zines and the DIY communities that support them. Featuring: - Anthony Tino from Endless …

Artist Talk w/ John Mauceri and Sandy Cameron

Everyone has been looking forward to the big Danny Elfman performance of Tim Burton film music for most of the summer. Taking place at Lincoln Center for much of July, I attended a pre-show conversation taking place between the show's lead conductor John Mauceri and its solo violinist, the young and talented Sandy Cameron. The …

Now Accepting Submissions for #blkgrlswurld ZINE Print Edition 3.0

For the Spring '15 Edition 3.0 of #blkgrlswurld Zine share with us the wildest most surprising things you've seen go down at a rock show. Photos, drawings and prose welcome. Send your submissions with your name and website to blkgrlswurld@gmail.com Deadline is March 15, 2015 by 10 p.m ET For more info click here

La Traviata @ The MET Opera

My obsession with contrasting musical arrangements continued last night when I attended the Met Opera to see La Traviata, composed by Verdi. The original story, "La Dame aux Camélias" or known in America as "Camille," was written by Alexandre Dumas in 1848. He is most recognized for his classics like "The Three Musketeers," and "The …

Gerard Way’s Hesitant Alien Rocks Out Webster Hall 10/23/14

Written by Christina A. Long When Gerard Way announced earlier this year he’d been working on a new solo album, Hesitant Alien, I was one those hardcore My Chemical Romance (MCR) fans that couldn’t wait to check it out on principle alone. Attending high school in the early 2000s, it was hell waiting to be …

Chaos is a Ladder Tour Concludes at Webster Hall

Published on Webster Hall's Blog September 30, 2014The heavy bass of melodic post-hardcore metal shook the foundations of The Studio at Webster Hall due to the return of the band Alesana on Saturday, September 27, 2014. A sextet that has been rockin’ out for a decade, the band concluded a two week tour with friends …