Posted Mar 15 2013 by Lamplighter Magazine in Columns, State of the Scene
Benedicto Figueroa, host of Jersey City Slam, relates the dark controversy underlying the National Poetry Slam.
Posted Mar 12 2013 by Marla Lacherza in Literature
Poet Mark Hillringhouse recently published his new book, Between Frames, a combination of his poetry and his photography, which creates an enlightening perspective on New Jersey.
Posted Jan 12 2013 by Megan Bandelt in Art
Steve Gelenter, founder of Create or Destroy, puts cult/pop culture art on t-shirts
Posted Dec 18 2012 by Michael Venutolo-Mantovani in Columns, The Everyman Psychedelic
These are my thirteen favorite albums of this year, in no particular order. Except Black Breath. Best fucking album of 2012.
Posted Dec 14 2012 by John Trigonis in Art
Local filmmakers raise over $10k to film a romantic comedy in Jersey City
Posted Dec 9 2012 by Lamplighter Magazine in Music, Reviews
Mount Moon releases an off-kilter EP, Let’s All Go to Her Marmalade Workshop, with folksy threads and loose vocals.
Posted Dec 8 2012 by Lamplighter Magazine in Music, Reviews
Still My Darling, in opposition to the softer strumming indie scene of late, has created Rapture, a rhythmic EP scattered with surprising vocal harmonies.
Posted Dec 7 2012 by Laety Maireville in Music, Reviews
Don’t Upset the Bear’s debut EP, Take Your Vitamins, is a soundtrack for summer fitted with songs that vary in influence but ultimately create a perfect balance of sound.
Posted Dec 7 2012 by Lamplighter Magazine in Music, Reviews with 1 Comment
The Everymen decided to record a show and turn it into an album, Seconds as an English Language. The release is raw, energetic, and will make you dance whether you want to or not.
Posted Dec 6 2012 by Lamplighter Magazine in Music, Reviews
Secret Country’s two-song album, 7 Days a Week, celebrates self-indulgence with country music and comedic lyrics.
Posted Jun 6 2016 by Lamplighter Magazine in Columns, State of the Scene
How local instagrammers are changing the way we see New Jersey.
Posted Apr 18 2016 by Lamplighter Magazine in Columns, State of the Scene
Chris Stillmank is one of the founders of The Batcave, a basement-run music venue whose ideals are entrenched in DIY ethics and inclusionary morals.
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