NC-based band Lonnie Walker is a unique blend of punk and folk, like if the Pixies, Woody Guthrie and DNA raised a baby together.
The bizarrely charming Mac Demarco plays Kings Barcade in the always recklessly enthusiastic city of Raleigh, NC.
Sunny afternoons in the park need bands like Lazyeyes. Their music is an invitation to put your mind at ease, evoking memories of drives to the ocean, when the first scent of salt water tickles the hairs inside your nose holes.
Kicking off the release of their new EP, American Royalty played the first night of their Prismatic tour at Glasslands.
Bird Call appears to be going through a reinvention of sorts with the launch of their new EP Phantom Limbs.
The Midnight Hollow continues to be full of creative juicy energy, as proved last Thursday night where amidst the brain-boiling heat, they debuted their new track “Daytime Stranger” in the Zappruder showcase at Cameo Gallery.
Highly Suspect played Trash Bar Wednesday night, and never before have I seen a Williamsburg audience get so pumped.
I’m not quite sure how to describe Brooklyn band The Adventures of the Silver Spaceman… certainly no better than frontman Zach Ellis puts it, as “the continuing story of a luminous ball of light,” but I’ll make an attempt.
Jake Falby played between sets Sunday night at Muchmore’s, a show curated by Kramer Presents of Fuck, New York. Falby’s ability to imagine waves of sound is intoxicating, forcing you to get lost in the noise.
Moody, sexy, and a little twisted, Haybaby transcends typical lo-fi garage rock by eliciting the kind of reflection that comes with no longer recognizing yourself after staring too long in the mirror.