The Montauk Project: Unleash The Beast

Known for their unique musicianship, Long Island-based psychedelic rockers The Montauk Project are a complete breath of fresh air. For two years, TMP have created an original sound that maintains influence from traditional rock legends Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, while incorporating a modern twist to their style that is …

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Sarah Dooley: Stupid Things

The easiest way to describe Sarah Dooley’s music would be if you were to take Regina Spektor’s beautifully crafted lyrical style and blend it together with the captivating vocal harmony of Cat Power’s Chan Marshall. Since 2007, the Manhattan-based folk singer-songwriter has gained a substantial following for her uniquely …

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Marissa Nadler: Dark July

Following her critically acclaimed 2011 self-titled LP, Marissa Nadler will be celebrating the release of her sixth full-length, July, this week at Glasslands in Brooklyn on Feb. 8. The Massachusetts dark folk singer provides listeners with vivid lyrical imagery that complements beautifully with the haunting tone of her …

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Prefuse 73: Paint The Town Yellow

In support of his new label, Yellow Year Records, producer Guillermo S. Herren’s innovative glitch project Prefuse 73 will be headlining the Brooklyn club Output on Jan. 30. For over a decade, Herren has reached new heights by creating an interesting sound that blends together electronica and hip-hop, while …

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Eagulls: Soaring High

Ironically dishing out a catchy feel to their gloomy style, Leeds, England-based post-punkers Eagulls are coming to the States for two New York City dates, hitting up Manhattan’s Mercury Lounge on Jan. 29 and Rough Trade in Williamsburg on Jan. 31. Incorporating this dreary sound into several splits and …

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The Farewell Drifters: A Lasting Impression

Touring in support of their new album, Tomorrow Forever, Nashville’s The Farewell Drifters are bringing their heartfelt brand of folk rock to Manhattan’s SubCulture on Jan. 30. Comparable to acclaimed independent folk artists like The Avett Brothers and Fleet Foxes, The Farewell Drifters have established themselves as a …

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Man Man: Going Deep

Closing out the first half of their winter tour with Xenia Rubinos, Philadelphia experimental virtuosos Man Man will be heading to the Asbury Lanes on Jan. 30. Fresh off the release of their latest album, On Oni Pond, Man Man combine beloved elements of their unique and bizarre …

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Hard Working Americans: Strangers Work In Unison

Veteran rockers Hard Working Americans are heading to the Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan on Jan. 23. The supergroup led by singer-songwriter Todd Snider also features members of acclimated Americana rock acts Widespread Panic, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Great American Taxi. Forming together late last year, these five musicians …

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Mile Marker Zero: On The Road Again

New Haven, CT progressive rockers Mile Marker Zero remain hopeful for a promising 2014. Within the last year, MMZ have been hard at work to write and record a follow-up for their acclaimed 2009 self-titled debut. The band claims that their new material will highlight a heavier instrumental twist to …

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