The EndAnd story is a family affair of sorts. The band’s history is one of collaboration by members of King Killer Studios in Brooklyn. What began as a duo featuring singer-guitarist Daniel Fern and drummer Mike Morales expanded to a trio when they asked bassist Bill Fitzgerald -- he of fellow King Killer band Capita Clip -- to join the effort. A week later, Fitzgerald was onstage performing EndAnd’s 2012 debut, ‘Adventures of Fi in Space,’ at its record-release show.
Brooklyn harbors many fans of both David Foster Wallace and '80s dance music, but few possess the creative mind of Daniel Abary.
Bridges and Powerlines continually look for ways to improve upon their sound, citing the harmony-driven three-minute pop-song structure as a driving force behind their music. The indie-pop band has garnered critical success with their 2006 self-titled debut EP and two full-length albums, ‘Ghost Types’ (2008) and ‘Eve’ (2001), which have landed them on some bands-to-watch lists.
Patrick Duniven's band plays mature, almost affluent Americana-folk that evokes the spirit of classic rock heroes.
Truly an international crew, Montreal foursome Wake Island features musicians from Lebanon, Canada and the United States. It's a brainy band -- one of 'em is studying cell biology -- and that really came through on their 2009 debut, 'Fairytales From the Island,' an attempt to, in their words, "reach a common center" through elaborate, orchestral rock.
Musically speaking, TruthBeTold and Big Cats! come from wildly different places.
Britain's Mike Marlin has carved out a niche for himself by creating music that sounds the way being followed by tragedy must feel.
You can call My My Misfire sleaze rock, but it might actually just be sleaze. Straight wit no "rock" chaser.
Just when we thought white guys with guitars had run out of all the ideas that make white guys with guitars interesting, Japanther came along.