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Action Bronson’s ‘Rare Chandeliers’ in Review

November 27, 2012

Filed under Culture, Music, Review

By DAN GARTLAND SPORTS EDITOR Rare Chandeliersis the latest release from Action Bronson, the Queens-born Albanian-American chef/rapper. Produced by The Alchemist, it is Bronson’s first release since signing with the Warner Bros. offshoot VICE Media. At this point in his career, having signed with a major record label, Bronson finds himself at a crossroads. One of the advantages of signing a record deal is working w...

Wolfgang Gartner at Terminal 5 in Review

November 14, 2012

Filed under Culture, Music

By CODIE LANDSMAN On Friday, Nov. 9, Hard NYC presented Wolfgang Gartner as a part of his Love & War Tour at Terminal 5, in the Meatpacking District of NYC. The 26-year old electronic DJ had the crowd captivated and crazy during his nearly three-hour set. During the show, Wolfgang dropped many of his more popular beats such as “Illmerica” and “The Way it Was”, both from his most recent album Weekend in America. One of ...

Historical Theater Now the Bronx’s Best New Music Venue

November 14, 2012

Filed under Culture, Music

By DEVON SHERIDAN ASSISTANT CULTURE EDITOR Four blocks from scenic Rose Hill, Fordham Road intersects with Grand Concourse in the northwest Bronx. Nowadays a hub of bustling shoppers and bargain store franchises, the Fordham Road and Grand Concourse intersection was once at the heart of a mostly residential, middle-class New York City neighborhood and a popular source of metropolitan culture and weekend entertainment fo...

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