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COLLiDE Travel is an interactive collection of city guides curated by local bands, artists and tastemakers. Spanning the globe, hundreds of creatives have shared their favorite local hangs, from the underground to the upscale, and everything in between. So choose a city and start exploring!
Cymbals Eat Guitars

Hailing from Staten Island, the band Cymbals Eat Guitars was
founded in 2007 and is currently made up of members Joseph D’Agostino, Andrew
Dole, Matt Whipple, and Brian Hamilton, with D’Agostino as the only original
member. The indie band is named after a quote by Lou Reed while he was trying
to describe the sounds of The Velvet Underground. Their fourth and most current
album Pretty Years was released on
September 16, 2016.

city guide:
New York City, NY
Dover Street Market
DSM New York is a hip, sprawling showcase of high-end clothing & fashion-forward displays with a gourmet cafe.
160 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016, USA
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Bemelmans Bar
The Carlyle Hotel's sophisticated, upscale piano bar, adorned with Ludwig Bemelmans' famed murals.
THE CARLYLE RESTAURANT, 35 E 76th St, New York, NY 10075, USA
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Captured Tracks Shop
Small record store tucked in a basement location specializing in new & used vinyl & cassettes.
195 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA
Bowery Ballroom
The Bowery Ballroom is a music venue in the Bowery section of Manhattan.
6 Delancey St, New York, NY 10002, USA
Blue Bottle Coffee
This may be the only place in New York where you can visit a gallery, attend a film festival, order several kilos of meat, walk on railroad tracks that have been turned into a city park, attend a world-famous museum, and have a Blue Bottle coffee—all in one afternoon.
450 W 15th St, New York, NY 10014, USA
Traditional Japanese eats are paired with sake & shochu in an artsy space with exposed-brick walls.
207 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA
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Spring Street Salt Shed
Rising nearly 70 feet tall at the intersection of Canal Street and West Street, this highly visible structure along the Hudson River will house 5,000 tons of salt.  The architectural design of the structure has been widely praised for its crystalline aesthetic, and has been called "a functional piece of architectural eye candy."
336 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, USA