Watch Hey Qween’s ADAM JOSEPH Get Sexual Healing in “Bye Felicia”
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The QWEEN of The Bitch Track, Adam Joseph (and Hey Qween music producer) is sorta showing her softer side on new track Bye Felicia. The R&B ballad, that recounts a situation where a boy she was dating ended up cheating on her with a stripper, is an all TOO familiar tale that any queen who’s visited The Cock in NYC can testify to. So, I guess […]

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Thursday 05.22

The Voice ( After Mercedes McCambridge)

The Creative Time project presents a series of events and lectures expressing the infinite shades of the voice. Tonight’s homage to Mercedes McCambride- the dubbed-in voice of the demonically possessed character in 70’s horror flick The Exorcist– showcases works from UK experimental artist No Bra, performing tracks from current album Dance and Walk, ex-Throbbing Gristle member P-Orridge raping pop culture, NYC graffiti artist Rammellzee revising language in society, and author Ian Svenonius of Psychic Soviet expounding on politics. Check out No Bra solo on Wednesday 05.28 at The Cock.

New York Society for Ethical Culture, Main Hall, 2 West 64th St at Central Park West, 212-874-5210, 8pm, free,

The Cock, 29 Second Ave bet 2nd and 3rd Sts, 212-777-6245,

Saturday 05.24


From the cradle bars comes a beckoning voice, it sends you spinning….You have no choice!!! Sounds like an invitation to put on your best Kryolan white-face and contemplate the meaning of your pathetic existence. Tonight, Albion DJs Patrick and Cyn continue their fortnightly fest of deathrock, EBM, dark dance, and goth.

Don Hill’s, 511 Greenwich St at Spring St, 212-334-1390, 9pm, $5,

Sunday 05.25

The Detroit Cobras + The Teenage Prayers + The Milwaukees

Known for covering songs from classic soul rockers like Betty LaVette, Art Neville, The Flirtations, and The Beatles, The Detroit Cobras still manage to give every crackling tune their own Motown pure garage sound. It’s a groovy night of favorites, plus hits from their recent album Tied and True. The Teenage Prayers and The Milwaukees support.

Maxwell’s, 1039 Washington St at 11th St, Hoboken, New Jersey, 201-798-0406, 8:30pm, $13,

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