Tag Archives: New York

May 12

Jose Gonzalez & Junip: Agents of Dark Pop

When writing this post it is May 12th 2013, we should be outside enjoying intimate togetherness, dabble in the waters of our surroundings or jointly running on meadows. Hence the music should be blithe, sound and happy. Yet mother nature gives us another spring of incalculable weather and temperature-depressions leading to a lack of emotions. […]

September 30

Walk the Moon – the rise of Power Pop

Young, fast & strident, the Lane is shifting gear and heading towards a young band¬† known as Walk the Moon. Leadsinger Nicholas Petricca from Cincinnati, Ohio founded the band back in 2008 pretty much as incomplete or misscasted till 2010 featuring the current setup consisting of Kevin Ray, Sean Waugaman, and Eli Maiman. When first […]

September 16

St. Lucia – A Caribbean daydream

As an active music blogger I’m always overwhelmed with acts such as St. Lucia as due to the little information available they feel so wonderfully unspoiled and maiden. In fact the man behind the project, Jean-Philip Grobler, is already producing music since his 11th year of age. Grobler, originally from Johannesburg Africa, found his musical […]

August 26

Phantogram – three-dimensional Indie Pop

From Saratoga Springs (NY) let me introduce you Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter formerly known as Charlie Everywhere today known as Phantogram.¬† Another duo sharing the same background, being friends and producing music from passion rather than being part of the big commercial mainstream. The band describes their music as “street beat or psych pop” […]

July 19

Yeasayer – psychedelic, Word music-hippies

When finding the right words in order to describe the guys from Yeasayer I actually had a pretty tough time! I’d say they’re like the “Bing Bang Theory” of Music. Eventually formed in 2006 in New York Yeasayer managed to leap into a music area that yet has to be characterized. Thomas Weiland, a music […]