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On “Competition,” Amber Mark Preaches Love—Debut LP Coming Soon

A huge milestone approaches for Amber Mark, the New York-based artist that will break your heart with a single note. Her debut album is planned for release later this year and the first single, “Worth It,” dropped earlier this year. “Competition” is the latest track to be unveiled and reflects a feeling that any public […]

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Kevin Holliday shares funky new jam “Tried My Best” ft. Jackie Moonbather

Brooklyn-based indie artist, Kevin Holliday is steppin’ into 2021 with a fresh new track titled “Tried My Best” featuring Jackie Moonbather. With a deliciously funky bass line and Holliday’s smooth rolling vocals, “Tried My Best” will get your body moving and grooving even on the worst of days. Despite the lyrics mentioning a feeling of […]

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Ella M. Grapples with Change in Soulful Pop Debut “Myself”

A new soul-bird is on the L.A. scene. R&B artist Ella M., via New York via London, just released her intimately sophisticated debut single ‘Myself’. The song hits with a groove that is at once weighty and listless, much like the nature of change. Uprooting your life and the comforts of what you know is […]

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They Might Be Giants
They Might Be Giants rock 31-song set at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Are they or are they not? That was the question on hand at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY this past Sunday evening. Thankfully John Linnell and John Flansburgh were quick to answer such a heavy, loaded question; They Might Be Giants are running on all of their quirky cylinders and are, in fact, very […]

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Recommended: Parquet Courts release new album “Content Nausea” under Parkay Quarts

Parquet Courts, a band that prides themselves in not falling in the clutches of social media or major label ownership (although they do have a functioning Facebook page), have continued strong with their DIY tenor and have dropped their second record this year. The Brooklyn-based indie-post-punkers received much critical acclaim for their June 2014 release, […]

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Photos: Guadalupe Plata with Daddy Long Legs at Cameo Gallery in Brooklyn

It pained us not to be at this show! Guadalupe Plata had their New York debut this past Thursday, June 20 at the Cameo Gallery in Brooklyn. While I was not there, my good friend Brian caught the show live as we have both have been fans of the Spanish swamp-punk-blues rockers for quite some […]

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New Video: The Vandelles – Swell to Heaven
New Video: The Vandelles – Swell to Heaven

The Vandelles have shared a new video for their breezy Summer single, “Swell to Heaven.” It’s a classic spin off yesteryear high school crushes over bad boys, and involves a lot of beach, babes and rad classic cars. Oh, there’s also some bare buns and quick titty action. It’s a perfect surf-garage-pop single to kick […]

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The Vandelles Offer Free New Single, You Turn Me and a New Video

While they’re baring the burden of Hurricane Sandy, our favorite New York psychedelic-garage-rockers, the Vandelles have shared a creepy new Halloween single. You can download their new single, You Turn Me for free via their Bandcamp. The song is a reverbed, wild cover from Beat Happening’s ’92 song (and self-titled album), You Turn Me On. The Vandelles do […]

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Anti-Pop Consortium Leak Four New Tracks as Part of “Tres Inexcelsius”

New York hip hop group, Anti-Pop Consortium (APC) have been tweeting clues the past couple months about their upcoming new album. With the group originally consisting of Beans, High Priest, M. Sayyid and producer Earl Blaize, the men are back with some bangin’ new tracks that just leaked! We’re not too sure if Beans is […]

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Glassjaw to Headline the El Rey Theatre and the Glass House

Hardcore rockers, Glassjaw are back and ready to play some shows in Los Angeles. Known for their wild live shows (and numerous line-up changes), these New York rockers are ready to shred the El Rey Theatre and the Glass House in Pomona. Tickets for both venues are not on sale yet, but Glassjaw has a […]

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