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Name: Adam Bernard
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About Me: Entertainment journalist with 20 years of experience. Supporter of indie music. Lover of day baseball, and B-movies. Part time ninja. Kicked cancer’s ass. My memoir, ChemBro, is out now!
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NYC Scene Report - The KickDrums, Rosi Golan, & more
Tuesday, November 05, 2013

On a cool Monday night a few weeks ago I was having a conversation with a buddy of mine as we were exiting a show. We agreed that we didn’t understand people who thought it was “crazy” to attend a concert on a weeknight.

Sure, we get a little less sleep on such occasions, but life is about experiences, not a couple extra hours of z’s. What would you rather talk about the next day, how you feel refreshed, or how you saw a guy smash a keyboard on stage the night before, and then hung out with the drummer from one of your favorite bands?

In NYC, those type of experiences are at your fingertips on a nightly basis, so there’s no reason not to go out, investigate the scene, and come back with a great story to tell. To help with your musical journey in the city, this edition of Neighborhood Watch: NYC features punk rock from Blanche Blanche Blanche, a new lyric video from singer-songwriter Rosi Golan, the Neighborhood Watch reappearance of Brooklyn indie pop trio Wet, and something completely different, but very cool, from The KickDrums.

Read the full column at Arena.com.

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