I could imagine that Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg dances around the house quite often, so it’s no surprise that she does this in the video for her first single Never as JennyLee. Musically she doesn’t depart much from Warpaint’s dark-colored dream-rock, which is right on for me. I’m looking[…]
Here’s a Song Pick of the Day from the “Why did I miss this at CMJ?” department. After the excellent EP Real Virtual Unison Negative Gemini has released a new delightful track You Never Knew.
While touring the East Coast, Nashville’s Future Thieves also made a stop in New York City to play a show for CMJ. Friday evening, shortly before Midnight, Elliot Collett (vocals, guitar), Austin McCool (guitar) and Nick Goss (bass) took the tiny stage of Rockwood Music Hall 1 while Gianni Gibson (drums) took[…]
Good to hear something new from New York band Autodrone: Thunderbolt is a beautifully dark, melancholic track, right in time for fall. Our Song Pick of the Day.
Eleanor by the UK band Wayde is in rotation of my new favorite songs for last couple of months and now it’s time to make it our Song Pick of the Day. Enjoy a hauntingly beautiful track with grunge elements, great vocals and a cool hook. Can’t wait to hear MORE from[…]
There’s no denying that we totally dig the music of Idgy Dean, who recently released her debut album titled Ominous Harminus (see our review here). I was lucky enough to catch Idgy Dean play an early afternoon show, upstairs at Pianos for the Audiofemme and Atypical Sounds CMJ showcase. Seeing Lindsay[…]
Fortunately she doesn’t just bring some Gatorade home for a romantic evening. In fact, I haven’t spotted any Gatorade in this video, but it is a beautiful snippet about life in New York City, set to a moody instrumental track.
Merry Ellen Kirk likes her songs to start slow and then build up. That’s what also happens in Ever After, our Song Pick of the Day. Her album We Are The Dreamers will be out tomorrow and it’s a beautiful pop record with slight folk touches.
The fangirl in me can’t help but admire all she does. She is Mackenzie Scott who goes by TORRES and who’s currently touring with Garbage. Together they’re playing Kings Theatre in Brooklyn come Saturday, and after having seen TORRES in a church (Austin, TX), at Baby’s All Right and also at Mercury[…]
New York City – it’s noon, on a beautiful Friday with dark blue skies and pleasant temperatures, yet we’re heading inside The Delancey, down to the basement, where Brooklyn’s very own Of Clocks and Clouds kick off the Audiofemme and Atypical Beast showcase on the Audiofemme Stage. Sunshine as well as[…]