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PHOTOS: Negative Gemini live at Palisades

Brooklyn producer and singer Lindsey French aka Negative Gemini was one of the most exciting discoveries during preparation for last year’s CMJ festival. But then there was just no way to bend our schedule so that we could actually see her playing live. Fortunately, last Saturday, she grabbed – very[…]

VIDEO: Letters to Nepal – Loosing Now

Booklyn electronic duo Letters to Nepal has just released a video for the NPR Tiny Desk Contest. Watch Anton Fadeev hammering the beats into his Maschine controller, while Evgeniya Kusnetzova is singing, playing the theremin and doing the special effects. It is all live and recorded in one take. We[…]

Song Pick of the Day: Lantrns – Bonfire

This is the quiet time of the year and it is a good opportunity to catch up with what we missed in 2015. For example, this dark wave track Bonfire by New York band Lantrns, which has an intense haunting undertone beneath Kaitlyn Mills’ pretty vocals. There is more of[…]

Out Today: Gold Child – Tides

We were at one or the other show of Gold Child lately and we are happy to report that their debut single Tides has finally been released. It combines songwriter Emily Fehler’s vocals and David von Baader’s slide guitar into a beautiful song that could be called country if we[…]

Video: Monogold – Pink Lemonade

“Pink Lemonade” is a track on “Good Heavens”, Monogold’s third full-length album. This time around, Keith Kelly (vocals, guitar), Jared Apuzzo (drums) and Michael Falotico (bass, vocals) change up their usual music creation process and focus on what kind of dreamy sounds they can produce with guitar, bass and drums only – plus[…]

Song Pick of the Day: Mothica – No One

It’s finally here: the first track of the upcoming debut EP by Brooklyn producer/singer Mothica. I’ve been a fan for quite a while, based on the demos and collaborations she has put out so far, but it’s even more exciting to hear her first proper single. It’s our Song Pick[…]

PHOTOS: Gold Child charms CMJ

We saw Gold Child, the band of singer/songwriter Emily Fehler, two times at CMJ: one was in the enchanted setting of the rooftop on The Delancey, which mixed tropical plants with Northeastern fall decoration. There she played an acoustic set, together with drummer Jake Beal and guitarist David Von Bader,[…]