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Articles By: Julie Kocsis

Julie Kocsis is Associate Editor and a contributing writer of ShortAndSweetNYC.com. Living in Brooklyn, she works for Penguin Random House during the day and writes about rock bands at night. In addition to her many band interviews as well as album and concert reviews that have been published on ShortAndSweetNYC.com, she has also been published on The Huffington Post, Brooklyn Exposed and the Brooklyn Rail.
The Kills: Ash & Ice

The Kills: Ash & Ice

The Kills Ash & Ice (Domino Recording Co.) In a musical era when a mellow band like Coldplay, whose music I would […]

The Lumineers: Cleopatra

The Lumineers: Cleopatra

The Lumineers Cleopatra (Dualtone) It’s been four full years since The Lumineers debuted their first, self-titled LP in the spring of 2012 […]

Andrew Bird: Are You Serious

Andrew Bird: Are You Serious

Andrew Bird Are You Serious (Concord Loma Vista) To some, falling in love, getting married, and having a baby might mean slowing […]

FILM: Mistress America

FILM: Mistress America

With such recent films as Frances Ha, While We’re Young, and now his latest, Mistress America, filmmaker Noah Baumbach really seems to have […]

FILM: Welcome to Me

FILM: Welcome to Me

A serious film tackling the delicate topic of mental illnesses is probably not what one would think of when one hears the […]

Tweedy: Sukierae

Tweedy: Sukierae

Tweedy Sukierae (Anti) Jeff Tweedy, frontman of Wilco for nearly 20 years, seems to have hit that point in his career where […]

CMJ Music Marathon 2014

CMJ Music Marathon 2014

Taking place at over 80 venues across Manhattan and Brooklyn this year with more than 1,300 artists performing, CMJ’s annual Music Marathon […]

Alabama Shakes & Questlove @ Terminal 5, 7/24/14

Alabama Shakes & Questlove @ Terminal 5, 7/24/14

When a band as ridiculously cool and talented as Alabama Shakes comes to town for a gig, regardless of the ticket price, […]

Bruce Springsteen: High Hopes

Bruce Springsteen: High Hopes

Bruce Springsteen High Hopes (Columbia) Announced only a few weeks before its release, Bruce Springsteen’s 18th studio album, High Hopes, seems to […]

Lustyness: Plays About This Guy Named Lou @ Under St. Marks Theater

Lustyness: Plays About This Guy Named Lou @ Under St. Marks Theater

Some of the best New York theater experiences aren’t in Times Square or even anywhere near 42nd Street. They don’t require you […]

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