Post Tagged with: "Brooklyn"

The Jeanies – The Jeanies (2015)

The Jeanies – The Jeanies (2015)

Imagine the sweetly salted vocals of Phil Seymour mixed with the muscular bite of bands like the Plimsouls, and you have the essence of the Jeanies.

On Second Thought: The Above – The Above (2010)

On Second Thought: The Above – The Above (2010)

This Brooklyn five-piece races down Carnaby Street, circa 1966.

One Track Mind: Invisible Familiars, “Clever Devil” (2014)

Quirky musical details lift a new track from members of the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger.

One Track Mind: The Outsiders, “The Guy With The Long Liverpool Hair” (1964)

Claiming absolutely no kinship to the Outsiders from Cleveland, Ohio, who raced to the top of the charts in 1966 with the horn-rocking “Time Won’t Let Me,” these boys called Brooklyn, New York home

Roosevelt Dime – Full Head of Steam (2014)

You’d think all of this knee-slapping banjo jazz, rip-snorting jug music and grease-popping soul would be emanating from somewhere in the kudzu-covered reaches of the Deep South — not Brooklyn.

On Second Thought: The Wooden Birds – Two Matchsticks (2011)

In 2008, Andrew Kenny, guiding light of the Brooklyn-based American Analog Set, packed it in and decamped for his native Austin, Texas. In the process, he left behind AmAnSet’s Eno-esque wash of synths

One Track Mind: Davide Tammaro, “Jungle” (2013)

Sell Music online at ReverbNation.com Bursting out with a terse little curlicue of a groove, Davide Tammaro’s “Jungle” combines the sharp intellect of progressive rock into a muscular jazz cadence. It’s a soundscape that perfectly mirrors his subject, the always-bustling New York City.

One Track Mind: James Hunter Six, “Minute by Minute” (2013)

Something like blues, something like R&B, something like pre-Beatles rock. James Hunter is simply something else, and this soul-lifting, groove-tastic lead track from his forthcoming album only confirms it.

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