New York City-based house producer Baltra releases his new single Up 2 You on August 15 via UK label, Tape Throb.
St. Vincent, aka. Annie Clark, has released a new song titled New York, her first official release since 2015’s Teenage Talk.
New York City-based duo Blondes, aka Sam Haar and Zach Steinman, drop their forthcoming new record Warmth on August 11 via R&S Records. A decade into their musical relationship, the duo continue to find inspiration through hardware instrumentation and improvisation. Haar and Steinmsan’s intense live performances on sound systems throughout Europe and US for 2013’s… Read more »
Brooklyn based Rips have quickly built a reputation amongst NYC showgoers, winning them over with their virtuous melodies and sheer ferocity amidst an endless flurry of shows. Their songs may channel late ’70s New York City bands like Television and The Feelies, but Rips propels these references into something new. Their self-titled debut, produced by… Read more »
New York-based trio Beach Fossils release their new album, Somersault, on June 2 via Bayonet Records. Ahead of the release of Somersault next month, Beach Fossils are sharing two more new tracks. Tangerine, a driving, tightly wound melody, rushes forward and briefly leaves the ground due to the gossamer guest vocals of Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell…. Read more »
New York City dance-punk band !!! (Chk Chk Chk) release their new album, Shake The Shudder, on May 19 via Warp Records.
New York-based house producer Michael Baltra eases us into the New Year with the release of his sublime new two-track Rearview EP. Speaking about the new release, Baltra says; “Here are 2 new jams that I hope will get you through the end of this year & safely into the next. They were inspired by… Read more »
Brooklyn’s Public Access T.V. have shared a video for their lively new single, In The Mirror.
It’s been almost a year since NME dubbed Public Access T.V. “New York’s Hottest New Band”, after a few early demos surfaced online and garnered a bit of attention. I don’t usually pay much attention to these sort of taglines, in fact I usually take much of what NME says these days with a pinch… Read more »
Watch DARKSIDE perform a mesmerizing 36-minute long set for Boiler Room on a New York City rooftop. The performance is as incredible as it sounds. Psychic is out now via Nicolas Jaar’s Other People label.