Credit: Katrina Barber When you’re talking to Jana Hunter, nothing is taboo. As his band Lower Dens has gotten big, he’s used his platform to talk candidly about societal problems, like racism in [...]
In conjunction with the recent release of their free EP The Joshua Tree, nu-jazz band Moon Hooch will showcase their considerable presence and talents at the Brooklyn Bowl this Saturday. I was lucky enough to ask horn-player Wenzl McGowen a few questions about the band and what a live concert experience is like for them.
Aly Spaltro, under the moniker Lady Lamb, released her newest EP Tender Warriors Club last month; it's a vulnerable, stripped down collection created with acoustic guitar, unlike much of her prior work. To honor her more intimate approach, she's [...]
Photo Credit: Liz Bretz Maria Taylor has a long history of creating music - she played in her first band when she was just fifteen, and spent most of the ensuing decades as [...]
Let's be honest: the world is a mess lately. But on their sophomore record, Tiny Mirrors, San Francisco-based indie pop duo The New Up find plenty of ways to channel the negativity into something positive. Since fatefully [...]