AdHoc spoke with the director about how he hopes to capture the unity of the Brooklyn music scene at a time when the pandemic threatens to extinguish it for good.
“I have the right to be joyful. It is legitimate joy. It is eternally my right to access my infinite bliss wherever I am.”
Elise Okusami channels sci-fi’s greatest thinkers on the debut album for her solo project.
AdHoc spoke with four venues about how they are using live-streaming to keep the party going during the pandemic.
Let everything from Catalonian rock and Ethiopian instrumentals play as you become better attuned to the world and yourself.
We’ve pulled together a genreless list of black musicians you should support as they navigate this hostile industry.
On their debut EP, the London-based grunge band catalog all the different ways control manifests in our lives.
The new fund from NYC Nightlife United will provide grants for cultural institutions and members of New York’s creative community.
The Brooklyn-based art punks cloak moral quandaries with experimental, disco-inspired beats on ‘Gentle Grip.’