Music on Bay
‘Dock Street’ is a name that’s been synonymous with Staten Island music for decades. For a lot of island residents, it conjures images of that first rock show they attended in high school. These days, Dock Street is giving some talented SI artists their first shot to record their music. Dock Street Records was established to show the world some of the best music that SI has to offer.
On Saturday, October 21st, the ‘Staten Island Jazz Festival 30’ will be taking place at the Universal Temple of the Arts at Snug Harbor.
The music itself is sharp, tinged with electricity, and cold in the best way; as it should be for the themes the band are going for here.
Staten Island has the reputation of being undervalued and underloved. Live on the Scene, hosted by the Richmond Renegade on Saturday, August 19 from 8 PM to 2 AM at Amendment 18 (691 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 10304), is a music scene event designed to combat this established notion and show some love to the art scene on Staten Island.
But through it all, they’ve only grown into a stronger collective unit. If their latest release (‘Spinnin’ Around’) is any indication, they’re only getting sharper with each passing year.
This Saturday, July 1st, SI Makerspace presents the launch of MakerPark Radio with a summertime kick-off party.
To celebrate the annual celebration of Fleet Week 2017 and all of our military sailors out there, Flagship Brewery and the Fleet Week NY Activities Committee are going to be hosting the Fleet Week NY Music Festival on May 28th from noon to 8pm.
Fans of Method Man and the Wu-Tang Clan rejoice because there’s a new, beautifully edited lyric video for Method Man’s song 50 Shots, off of his last album The Meth Lab.
This Saturday, February 4th, SI’s very own Hip-hop/Soul band The Rising Sun All Stars will be throwing a party at Richmond Hood for their new music video, ‘RSG (Till They Bury Me)’.