Their covers are decidedly smooth and perfect for warm nights and rainy afternoons where you want to relax to some “Brooklyn Zoo” but don’t care at the moment for ODB yelling at you about craziness.
For the second year in a row, Sargent House and Rodriguez Lopez Productions have a free sampler of their roster's music. This is a perfect opportunity to check out new tunes from some very exciting bands. Sargent House is home to musicians like Omar Rodriguez-Lopez of...
Need some good background music for that Halloween party? Sick of using boring, old ambient boos and screams? Electronic duo Virtual Boy have you covered.
Instrumentation is still tight, but you get the feeling that this would have made a better EP than a full-album. The whole middle of the album feels like filler between an excellent front and book-end.
These three songs hearken back to the height of mid-90s synthpop. A niche reference to be sure, but one that has it’s place and shines with a luster better than most for those in the mood for it.
Ghost Bunny have been kicking around the NYC rock scene for a while now under various monikers from Dead Rabbit, then to The Rabbits, and now they’ve finally settled on Ghost Bunny just in time for their latest album to hit the presses.
23 Great Unsigned Local Free Downloads all better than Kings of Leon, Pete Yorn and the Strokes too!
as of March 1, 2011 the links have been disabled, but feel free to buy these songs on itunes or check out the bands's websites for more info! Baby You're Too Young DES ROAR Bullet STEEL TRAIN California Girls (Ain't So Great) ANTHONY D'AMATO Don't Tell Me THERINA...
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A true music aficionado and collector, Rich Russo boasts a collection of vinyl and CDs estimated to have reached an astonishing 100,000 pieces. Rich’s radio program, Anything Anything, can be heard on the airwaves throughout the US.