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Sylvan Esso played two sold-out shows at Brooklyn Steel last week with support from Lucy Dacus (photos of night 2). Lucy Dacus kicked off the show with her raw indie rock [READ ON]
Noise and harmony generally reside on opposite sides of the musical spectrum, usually comfortable to stay in their corners. In Umm's case, crashing the two into each other [READ ON]
Short, crisp, a little salty - exactly how we like our summer playlists. With help from Harvest Snap Peas, we set out to make a playlist that's perfect for all your snackable needs - from [READ ON]
Taking the atmospherics from shoegaze and adding in the story-telling of folk, Basement Revolver's gauzy "Johnny pt 2' sticks to you. The track waits before it blooms into a perfect sonic [READ ON]
How is it that a song about losing a loved one in a car crash can make me want to jump in the car and start a long, ramblin' summer road trip? Big Thief manages to capture [READ ON]
Aussie indie psychedelic rock band POND played an incredible two-night stint in New York City in support of their newest LP, The Weather, released earlier this month. The [READ ON]
Brooklyn-based chamber pop ensemble San Fermin played an incredible show at Brooklyn Steel last weekend in support of their latest album, Belong, released earlier this [READ ON]
(Sandy) Alex G’s “Sportstar” is like a sonic affirmation of the Philadelphia singer’s new persona. “I sing what I wanna sing / I play how I wanna play,” Alex Giannascoli [READ ON]