Delta Spirit recently performed at The Satellite.
And photog Tajna Tanovic was there to shoot the show.
This past year, Kiven has emerged as an indie rock powerhouse and is destined for success on par with peers Bad Suns and Night Riots. Their self-titled debut LP features a barrage of ferocious soars but also focuses on intricate melodics such as the final track “Canyon Bridge”:
And here’s an acoustic live video of the song which was filmed in drummer Jake Reed’s living room and features a stirring performance by violinist Nora Francesca Germain.
And Minivan Photography was there to shoot The Growlers, Atlas Sound, Cherry Glazerr, Joyce Manor, The Spits, Tijuana Panthers, The Pesos, Mariachi El Bronx, and Andrew Jackson Jihad.
Just in time for Halloween, Sumeau decided to cover “Skulls” by The Misfits. And of course the coed duo transformed the song’s original ghoul punk angst into hasty dream pop with experimental effects:
Sumeau will perform at 9 on Vine on November 18th.
Brooklyn Pets is the guitar/drum duo of James Poulos and Mark Reback who conjure songs out of a shack in Highland Park. Their forthcoming debut EP, MEGA IDIOT, was produced by Andy Freeman and congruently channels a fuzz heavy throwback to mid-90’s melodic alt-rock (Spacehog, The Smashing Pumpkins) –but they prefer to label themselves as “spacegaze.” Here’s their additive nostalgic single “Electric Paws”:
Brooklyn Pets‘ EP release show will be at Ham & Eggs Tavern on November 17th.
Carlton returns by leaking another track, “Trigger Happy,” off their forthcoming second EP. With a steady uplifting tempo, the song is a boost of posi-pop thanks to danceable tom-tom beats, soft synths, and a super catchy chorus. We dare you not to smile and sing along:
Carlton is currently on the Feed Good Tour.
Olivver returns by leaking the title track off his forthcoming EP Freak. With airy synths, gentle guitars, and digital drums the song is a nostalgic throwback to optimistic outro tracks from ’80s teen movies.
“I remember the time, I know you felt it too…”
Olivver‘s EP release show is at The Lyric Theatre on October 28th.
Great White Buffalo recently released their third EP: Fangs. The four songs might be the grit rockers most polished collection yet –perhaps due to working with producer Hugo Nicolson (Beck, Father John Misty). But what wasn’t tweaked was the band’s raw passion which reliably drives their songs into melodic frenzies. Here’s “Off The Rails”: