Blog entries categorized as “brooklyn band”
Nikkie McLeod Announces Single, “Deep Cry” by Paul Corsi
Tossing and turning like a turbulent ocean, the new single from Nikkie McLeod, “Deep Cry”, plunges into regret and loss. Combining the island flare of steelpan with deeply emotive lyrics, the melody comes to terms with a difficult reality.
Popmatters Premieres The Qualia by Paul Corsi
Popmatters is premiering the new album, Cotillion Knives, from Brooklyn band The Qualia. You can hear all of the songs first, before they're available anywhere else.
The Qualia Releases New Synthpop Single, “Die In Slow Motion” by Paul Corsi
The Qualia releases new synthpop single, “Die In Slow Motion”
off upcoming album Cotillion Knives due out August 12
The Qualia Announces August 12 Cotillion Knives Album Release by Paul Corsi
The Qualia Announces August 12 Cotillion Knives Album Release
Offers First Single, “Out For Blood” as Downloadable MP3
Cariad Harmon Captures New York Dating Scene with Cheeky New Single "Every Time" by Melissa McAlpine
“Joni Mitchell, Norah Jones and Cat Power fans — lend an ear to a bright new talent." —The Big Takeover
Skye Steele Reconciles the Roots of Failure on Up From The Bitterroot by Megan Fisher
Skye Steele’s Up From The Bitterroot A Story of Reflection and Change Set to Release January 20, 2015
Magnet Magazine Features the Gushing Blues of Joe Marson by Megan Fisher
“Brooklyn singer/songwriter Joe Marson shares “Here With Me,” a hopeful song full of gospel harmonies and soulful emotion. Marson’s alternative folk rock gushes with the essence of blues and reminiscent lyrics.” --Eric Miller - Magnet Magazine
Are You Surviving Instead Of Living? by Janelle
Joe Marson premieres single "Here With Me" off new EP Electric Soul Magic.
Can I love you safely? by Janelle
Joe Marson debuts first single “Love You Safely” off his new EP Electric Soul Magic.
AllMusic Premieres Brooklyn Darling, Bonsai EP Out 5/27 by Janelle
"Stevens' voice takes center stage throughout..."- AllMusic
Brooklyn Musician Gets the "Percocet Blues" and Offers Free MP3 by Janelle
With a jangly guitar, sparse percussion and a sense of humor, Brooklyn's Argyle Johansen tells the story of songwriter John Wentz's encounter with the business-end of a car door and the following months of recovery.
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