Dancing afront a transitioning rainbow background and twirling under the disco ball light, fans watched Vacationer return to their Brooklyn roots at Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Lyrically and audibly, the songs embody the feeling of still being up when the sun begins to rise, causing you to ponder both yourself and the life you are living.
With these dark and eerie images, Cold Cave’s sound was captured in real time at their headline show in DC.
Attention all Aquadolls fans: The wait is over.
Calpurnia forms a distinct, coherent sound in Scout, proving themselves as distinguished artists on their first attempt.
In a room already flooded with pink light, Houndmouth truly illuminated the venue with their high spirits and astounding vocals.
Sit back and enjoy the ride, as we watch Vundabar quickly become a household name among every music community.
“BLUR”, is a strong continuation from their debut single, “Break Me” and a promising start to the rest of, The Frets’ career. Every note was played with a sense of purpose, you can feel a connection with the lyrics being voiced.
These boys merge their music with ideas ranging from space exploration to human insignificance and our culture of complacency.
We sat down with Sean Bohrman, founder of Burger Records – currently one of the most influential lables in independent music.
Being their 18th stop of their American tour, Alvvays seemed exhausted but willing to slap some amazing tunes at our sun kissed faces.
“Don’t expect a Care II. If anything sounds like what I’ve already made I throw it out. If I’m not progressing there’s no point of releasing another album.”