We first discovered the PUNK BLACK collective on Instagram a couple years back. Instagram has become a great repository of 15-30 sec clips of underground music captured in real-time from all over the globe. When I saw these little snippets of this Atlanta, Georgia based community moshing and rocking out in Cosplay – I sensed […]Read More PUNK BLACK Brings the ATL Scene to NYC
Ahh, it’s crazy y’all. We tried a new printer this time and we are so pleased with the bright colors and glossy pics. Only did a short run of 30 copies for now but we’ll probably print more for live events as the season kicks off. Keeping our prices under $10 for the youth so […]Read More Pre-Order Our Summer Zine
I don’t recall exactly how I uncovered the album Mariner last year, a long distance collaboration between Swedish post-metal band Cult of Luna and local NYC vocalist, Julie Christmas. What I do remember is this seemingly brief album of 60 minutes transporting me to an ethereal wonderland of shadow shapes and misadventure. Across five tracks […]Read More Cult of Luna & Julie Christmas Take Mariner to New Heights
If you ever catch us on Instagram, you’ll know we’ve been headbanging at the heaviest NYC metal shows all summer. Much of it having to do with saying goodbye to our fav venue, Webster Hall, set to close for the next 18 months and less likely to book heavy music when it reopens. Another safe […]Read More The Acacia Strain Deliver A Properly Heavy Summer
Hi all! Wonderzoning here! Also known as the Editor of Blkgrlswurld Zine and Number II in the, “Trifecta Studios”. (But we all know I’m the Number 1 Bootyshaker.) On March 14th at the Masonic Temple in Detroit Michigan, I saw the Bring Me the Horizon – The American Nightmare Tour. I wanted to share my […]Read More Headbang Bootyshake #1!
MoMA PS1 and Other Music Present Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market Sunday, March 26th, 2017 12PM-6PM Coming up next week, #Blkgrlswurld Zine will join the Zine tables lead by Suffragette City art collective at the record label fair taking place during the music fest. Both labels and zinesters will be selling underground wares full of indie funk and […]Read More Zine Fair at MoMA PS1 Music Fest, March 26th
Livenation details here | March 31 and April 1 at Gramercy Theater, NYC It’s been tentative for about 2 years whether or not the British metalcore band Architects would be able to tour the United States in promotion of their latest album, All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. The health of the band’s creator, Tom […]Read More Architects (UK) Add New Date To NYC Shows