The LoveHowl Strikes…Again?

Remember that one band I wrote about last year? The one with the one song and the talent and the “24 reasons” to show some love (and howl..)? Yeah, they’re releasing their first EP, and it’s so awesome that one release party wasn’t enough. So Sunday night at Piano’s in the Lower East Side, The…

Ludlow Studios Opens in Style

Stereotypically speaking, one can’t get much more “New York” than by attending a gallery opening. That said, I jumped at the chance to attend the opening of Ludlow Studios, a new venue in the Lower East Side. While the event might not have been exactly as I imagined, it certainly didn’t disappoint. Hosted in the…

The Spring Fling

As I sat swirling my Green Tea Leaves in the Argo Tea of NYC’s Flatiron, I looked around me at all the awkward couples potentially on their first date. I say it was their first date because of body language…and slightly stalking their conversation. Anyway, as I overlooked the overwhelming number of awkward couples, I…

Review: Off The Top Of Our Heads

I showed up a few minutes late to my first time watching Off The Top Of Our Heads as I needed to run around the corner to buy alcohol since it was bring your own and doing things sober is boring. As I walked in, Artistic and Managing Director Marc Adam Smith was just about…

Everest Cale Unleashes “Beast”

Previous NY Social Status feature band, Everest Cale had an especially exciting night last Friday. Thankfully our awesome music editor was part of it. After what can only be assumed was hard work and dedication, Everest Cale released their first ever music video at Pianos in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Featuring what is easily the…

New Year’s Eve in NYC

  In the City that Never Sleeps, New Year’s Eve is kind of a big deal. It’s the end of the Holiday Season, and the end of 2012. Whether single or taken, society pressures you to celebrate ringing in the New Year. Here are some of our suggestions to bring in 2013! The Times Square…

Newbs For Your Listening Pleasure

Holidays are coming up, and I love you all very much, but I don’t have any damn money to buy you gifts. Plus you bastards are greedy. Instead, I’m giving you a list of bands I’ve heard but haven’t covered this year who are worth a listen. First up: Silas Fermoy Brooklyn born in band…

A Letter from the Editor RE: Hurricane Sandy

As the Editor, I never wish to write a negative article. New York Social Status is based on relating current trends, tastes, and tunes of New York City. We keep it light, young, and fresh, so our audience can check into someone else’s insight and be inspired to try something new. Whether a new band,…

Sarah Tracey Shows Off Talent…and Curves

Sarah Tracey‘s new video for her song, Camera, features the gorgeous, curvy blonde gallivanting about a hotel room in less than her mother’s ideal Saturday afternoon outfit with a sexy, hand-picked gentleman in tow. All fun and games, until she loses her camera. Despite her scanty wardrobe in the debut video, Tracey expresses that her…

Visit Screaming Mimi’s For Some Of The Best Vintage Shopping

  By Guest Writer Lisa Harris Fargnoli   Whether you’re a lady of the evening, one who lunches, a drag queen, the well dressed man, just super hip and funky or a Bohemian, vintage shop Screaming Mimi’s has something for you. It’s on every savvy New Yorkers fashionistas list or should be. Image Credit: Fawn Gehweiler) I love…

Conveyor Melds Electronica and Harmony for Sweet Sound

  Brooklyn based but spreading its delicious sound across America, Conveyor, is more than deserving of the nation’s attention.  Recently returned to the United States following a spot in Toronto’s NXNE (North by Northeast), Conveyor has covered the entire continent with its appearances at Austin’s SXSW as well as Montreal’s Fringe Festival. As icing on their already…