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Wilder Maker is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Gabriel Birnbaum. Born in Boston and based in Brooklyn, Birnbaum sounds like Van Morrison traversing a sonic landscape more akin to Phosphorescent. But ultimately, his singular point of view as a songwriter produces something entirely unique.
As we tumble further into the future, many blue collar jobs are being taken by robots able to perfectly perform automated tasks. Consequently, few youngsters these days display rough palms, as the work they were promised slips away.
SWF is the stage name of Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Stevie Weinstein-Foner, whose debut album, ‘Let It Be Told,’ dropped last week via Mecca Lecca Recording Co. If you’re into mellow, insightful tunes, go ahead and grab the album’s title track, which we’re offering for free download below. The uplifting song will wipe that case-of-the-Mondays scowl right off your face.
Barbecue is a sacred thing. Especially Kansas City BBQ, which prides itself on being the finest, most delicious morsels of smoked meat from a brisket tip -- aka burnt ends. Of course, as with any tradition, these beef secrets are co-opted, updated and migrate to kitchens across the country.
Are you in need of a soundtrack for all the Halloween mischief to come? L.A. psych-pop quartet Professor Professor might just be the perfect addition, and we’re offering a track from their upcoming EP ‘Mystics and Passion’ just in time for your Oct. 31 plans.
Porches.’ full-length debut, ‘Slow Dance in the Cosmos,’ arrived in late August via Exploding in Sound Records, bringing with it the Brooklyn-based quintet’s self-proclaimed “bummer-pop.” The descriptor hits the nail on the head, as Porches. create lighter soundscapes for frontman Aaron Maine’s gloomy drone of a vocal.
We need more brazen pop singers. Like Victory, for instance. He's not afraid to be triumphant about his music. Of course, it's not very ironic (die hipsters!) to name your band a synonym of conquest. But this sunny, Spoon-inspired rock 'n' roll is good. And we think you'll like it. Because irony is over, man.
Writing about your significant other is not an easy feat. First of all, you kind of have to get permission. Then, what if you want to be negative? What if you want to write about all of the horrible things that you do to each other. How do you blend those low moments with times of pure bliss?