"Brooklyn" tag

Upcoming: Florist, Fun Home, Chattel Tail at Roboto (PGH)

Brooklyn-based band Florist will be performing at the Mr. Roboto Project this Saturday with like-minded female-fronted Pittsburgh groups, Fun Home and Chattel Tail. Florist comes from the greater Brooklyn-based arts collective known as…

The Soft Moon Rises at Cattivo (PGH)

If anyone was doubting the veritable depth of Pittsburgh’s music scene, last Friday at Cattivo would have erased any lingering concerns. Two incredible local bands and a helluva touring band in the form…

She Keeps Bees New Video for “It Is What It Is”

Brooklyn duo She Keeps Bees released their newest video today for single “It Is What It Is” off their forthcoming album Eight Houses via Future Gods Records.  The downtempo rhythm and minimal arrangement give…

Marissa Nadler Climbs the Holy Mountain: Live Review

Marissa Nadler sailed into Austin Sunday evening at Holy Mountain atop a mystical ship of reverb and fingerpicked 12-string guitars.  She was accompanied only by a single cellist, Janel Leppin, who masterfully complimented…

Clouder Shares New Video for “All The Royal Years Are Gone”

Austin-based garage and punk rock label Fleeting Youth has been incredibly active in their short existence, working not only with bands from this city but also many others across the country. This week,…

Video: Brazos Performs “How the Ranks Was Won” Live at Braund Sound

Famed Brooklyn studio Braund Sound has released an excellent live recording of Dead Oceans artist Brazos performing “How the Ranks Was Won,” the lead single from their forthcoming album Saltwater. As a bonus, you…

Album Review: Companion – Companion

After years of a fruitful career releasing albums under her own name on the small but noteworthy Park the Van label, Pepi Ginsberg has formed a band with some friends. The project and…

Album Review: Parquet Courts – Light Up Gold

Brooklyn-based indie-basement group Parquet Courts develops a fresh and winning take on slacker punk-rock over the course of their debut album, Light Up Gold. With lazy thrills reigning in their voices and aggressive,…

EP Review: Lazyeyes – Lazyeyes EP

The recording quality, mixing, and production of “Nostalgia” the opener on Brooklyn quartet Lazyeyes’ self-titled, debut EP immediately arrests the listener. It’s so captivating in fact, that it took me another listen to…

Brooklyn’s Lazyeyes Shares New Track, Announces EP Details

Last month we wrote about Brooklyn’s Lazyeyes, who create reverb-laden, surfy dream-pop. One of the greatest pleasures of this job is receiving an email, personally, from a band you know nothing about and…

New Track: “Weight” – Lazyeyes

Brooklyn surfgaze? Yes, please. The music of Lazyeyes perfectly fuses the gritty, distorted buzz of the city and the sparkling shimmer of the sea. The trio has two songs available for free download…

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