A summer show on Coney Island, crowds gathered to groove with the Brooklyn boys of The Muckers.
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.
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.
from the kids at the front to the sound booth in the back, everyone was going crazy.
A New York group of musicians, playing out their stories on strings, and putting words to feelings you never seem to describe.
Wilson was entrancing in her presence and performance, and engaged the audience through her strong emotional prowess by transporting them to an intimate space.
Men I Trust was genuine and captivating with their performance, keeping the audience relaxed and dancing throughout the night with their relaxed but groovy music.
Bringing to you their sweet riffs, nostalgic tunes, and much more is the sloppy kiss rock band from New York, “Spud Cannon”! The band consists of Margret Matthews on vocals, Jackson Lewis on the guitar, Ariana (Ari) Bowe on the keyboard, Lucy Horgan on the bass, and Sam Saias on the drums. In this interview, I was given the pleasure to communicate with the keyboardist Ari Bowe and talk how the band came to be, the creative process, favorite tunes of the LP & much more. Go on and read to learn more about New York’s very own Spud Cannon!
Porches, the New York based synth-pop project just released their newest album ‘The House’ through Domino Recording Co. Porches’ sound has shifted from a mainly calm indie vibe to a more despondent romantic electronic-pop sound in this enticing third album. Vocalist, Aaron Maine, has brought in a hypnotic flair to this record that can only be described as Depeche Mode meets The Neighborhood.
gustie owens, co-director of teen art gallery, talks everything from trump to empowering young artists.
“It doesn’t have to be a country or city, it can be a room or a person. I feel like I have more than one home.”