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Reliving Summer Camp with The Wild Honey Pie

Reliving Summer Camp with The Wild Honey Pie

Do you sometimes miss those days you spent at a summer camp as a kid? Do you still remember the names of all your summer friends? Do you recall all the swimming you shamelessly took for granted? Now living in a concrete jungle of Brooklyn, you’d kill for a day at a lake on a hot summer day

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WIN: Summer Camp for Music Lovers

WIN: Summer Camp for Music Lovers

Once in a while, we get tired of the Bushwick grind: sick of the boozy bbqs, the hum of upbeat music, and the happy people-they’re the worst

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The Best of SXSW + A Free Playlist!

The Best of SXSW + A Free Playlist!

It may seem like quite a while ago at this point but the world’s best indie festival, South By Southwest, was just a few weeks past, March 12-16, and everyone in the music industry will continue to feel its repercussions all year, especially those from Brooklyn! From the bands that made it big to those that seemed to crash and burn, everyone who attended took away some great musical memories, including Bushwick Daily! We had three writers (Danielle Thompson, Ileana Little, and yours truly) hanging out in Austin, snapping instagrams, taking notes, and absorbing everything we heard

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SXSW was Awesome & We Have Pics to Prove it!

SXSW was Awesome & We Have Pics to Prove it!

 

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List of Free Shows of Bushwick & Brooklyn Bands at SXSW

List of Free Shows of Bushwick & Brooklyn Bands at SXSW

If you’re one of the 200,000 people to descend upon Austin’s city limits to partake in SXSW (and you know how to do it right now), and you want to see some of your favorite Brooklyn/Bushwick bands, you can do so at one of two places – at an official showcase (where festival badges/wristbands ARE required) or at one of the many free shows they will be playing next week

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Widowspeak Croon the Blues on Almanac

Widowspeak Croon the Blues on Almanac

Bushwick locals and shoegazing sinners Widowspeak have outdone themselves with their new album, Almanac

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