indie rock

Wooter “Basement Kid”

We do not all work for the world

Grizzly Bear at The Tabernacle

The indie rock mainstays, touring off the recently released Painted Ruins, made a stop in Atlanta this past week. Delivering a powerhouse, nearly two-hour long set consisting of as many old standards as newer songs, Grizzly Bear made a strong case for why they remain one of the genre’s most respected outfits.

Grizzly Bear at The Fillmore

Indie-rockers stunned on a wet autumn night

Metronomy at the Brooklyn Steel

Tori Amos at the Tower Theater

Tori Amos is as spellbinding vocally and with the piano as ever.

Sunday Premiere – Wooter “Messin Around”

Sundays Potency

Wolf Parade at the Brooklyn Steel

“Cry Cry Cry” is the first album from Wolf Parade in seven years.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs at Kings Theater

After a four years the YYY had a Date With the Night for their homecoming show in NYC.

Q&A with Penguin Prison

Stream the full-length pop opera “Lost in New York” now

Wooter with “Moving West”

A song for the uninhibited.

Twin Ritual “Hand Through The Mist”

The Self Titled Debut EP to be released in January of 2018

Review: Brand New at Kings Theater

The big sounds of the night were suddenly gone, replaced by a joint chorus of approximately 3,000 mouths, ending the night in communion.

 

Loyal Lobos “Dirt”

A Synthetic Experience.

King Krule plays Warsaw

King Krule delivered his third record ‘The Ooz’  (and many more fan favorites) to a sold-out Brooklyn last Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The Kanye and Frank Ocean almost-collaborator howled and sang through jazz infused punk songs fresh off of earning a 9.0 Best New Music nod from Pitchfork, and the crowd soaked every bit of it in.

Wooter Presents “After Hours” – Sunday Premiere

The newest from Wooter as he sends us on a visual and emotional roller coaster ride.

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