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
#Blkgrlswurld ZINE will be selling our latest editions and coloring books Jan, 28-29th, 2017 at the Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair for Black and PoC Artists. The free event takes place at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA). Details below. MoCADA (80 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY) – 1st and 4th Floors […]Read More #Blkgrlswurld @ Brown Paper Zine Fair Jan. 28-29, 2017
What’s it like being black girls who love heavy music? Join the sisters of Blkgrlswurld Zine as we review our year in the metal scene while working on our crochet hair braiding skills. A recap of our month traveling from the UK to France this summer is also shared in the second half. Music provided […]Read More Blkgrlswurld Podcast #1 – Mosh Pits, Braids and Eurotrips
Dec. 31, 2016 I’m outside the Harlem Target store loading up my new kitchen appliances when suddenly a little old lady approaches me. With a smile across her face she exclaims, “Ah! Bringing in the new year with a fresh start eh?” I shrug bashfully, “Sure, sure.” She nods knowingly, “I gave up new year […]Read More Bringing In The Asexual New Year
She’s finally arrived, the latest edition can be found at the link below. This season’s book features artwork by Trifecta Studios and a short story we crafted during November’s National Novel Writing Month. Later this week on Dec. 15th, we’ll be reading from the book & performing a bit of music in Brooklyn at Pioneer […]Read More Blkgrlswurld Autumn Edition 4.3 Now Online
Its November 5th and the contributors of #Blkgrlswurld Zine are deep into writing each night this month 😀 I’m working on a few short stories, mostly in the horror genre that I’m hoping to add to the next issue of the zine. One short story is about an insomniac at a metal show who senses […]Read More NaNoWriMo!
When you’re as passionate about live music as I am, having an invisible illness can really put a damper on getting out to shows. That’s why it’s such a special moment when I find a band that’s worth the pain and hustle it can take to stand for hours in a hot and sweaty club […]Read More Pushing Through The Pain for Trivium