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Narrows Have as Much Fun at Shows as Their Fans
"Thanks to everyone who lent us gear. This is none of our stuff," Narrows frontman Dave Verellen said on April 24 when the band played the tiny Cake Shop. The band's only American appearance before heading out to Austria was put together by 1,000 Knives and BrooklynVegan...
Khann Are Thankful for Marijuana and Tiger Flowers
"We live in Orlando, but the funny thing is that 60 percent of the people who move there are from here," Khann guitarist Jake Smith told the crowd at Lit Lounge. The Floridians embarked on a two week tour with New Yorkers Tiger Flowers and ended up in the Manhattan basement on Apri…
Flourishing Break Down New York City’s Metal Scene
New York City band Flourishing – featuring Wetnurse's Garett Bussanick- are one of those bands coming up in the seedy underbelly of N.Y.C., and Bussanick was happy to dissect the metal scene for us, from its hipster locales to show series to general jadedness by the locals.
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Tiger Flowers Only Tour to Eat at Waffle Houses
"We're on tour with the awesome Tiger Flowers. Make sure you stick around and watch them. They rip even harder than us," March of Echoes frontman Nicolai said Feb. 18 at The Charleston. Boy, he's not kidding. I've literally seen Tiger Flowers frontman Jesse Madre rip…
Narrows Vocalist Recaps the Tour That Almost Wasn’t

This past November, the multi-coastal -- and multi-country -- band Narrows pulled off their first East Coast tour, with a few Southern dips in the route, that many (including members of the band) thought was never going happen due to the battles with schedules and the miles that separate members of …
Cave In Sell Out New York’s New Knitting Factory
Manhattan's Knitting Factory was a three-level venue in Tribeca. Any given night, there were several rad shows happening simultaneously, giving the adamant music lover an everlasting tasty piece of gum to chew on. But like many venues in Manhattan (Coney Island High, Rock and Roll High School a…
Tiger Flowers Show New York ‘The Last Horse’
In 1926, Theodore 'Tiger' Flowers become America's first black middleweight champion. In 2010, this writer is hoping that New York's hardcore/metal scene's coolest unsigned secret band Tiger Flowers become champions of the world. Even though the band claims that the city can…
The_Network Don’t Like Hipster Purses
The_Network wanted everyone up close to the stage when they played the Precious Metal showcase at Lit Lounge in New York, N.Y. on Oct. 12. "Thanks for coming from the other side of the world to hang out in the back," guitarist Kevin Howley said in the direction of Robotosaurus memb…

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