Tag: Brooklyn
image for Brooding Alt Pop from Brooklyn. - Sam Himself: Like A Friend (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
Revels in the movement between old aspirations and the reality of current circumstance.
image for Gritty Indie Rock from Brooklyn Explores Broken Relationship. - Between Giants: Sunset Cigarette
Posted by Krister Axel
Are we destined to lust after each other at the same time that we hate ourselves?
image for Ethereal Electro Pop from Brooklyn. - Emmett Kai: Stick To My Guns
Posted by Krister Axel
With an ear for ethereal effects and catchy melodies, Emmett Kai mixes powerful 808 beats with assorted ear-candy and a low-key, soul-drenched vocal style.
image for Irreverent Indie Folk from Brooklyn. - Sister.: Internet Baby
Posted by Krister Axel
Injects raw creativity into a simple moment of willful romantic subjugation, and the result is both visceral and unexpected.
image for Temperamental Indie Pop from Brooklyn. - Tuarrah: Palimpsest
Posted by Krister Axel
The chorus bursts with emotional catharsis, as we casually observe both the arbitrary hand of inspiration, and the savage invariance of historical record.
image for Melancholic Indie Pop Catharsis from a Bedroom in Brooklyn. - GOLDEN: Sunburn
Posted by Krister Axel
Sometimes, the hardest thing about loving someone is finding out who they really are; nothing ever really changes. Sunrise, sunset, just try not to get burned.
image for Blissful RnB from Brooklyn. - Alex Mali: Obviously (official music video)
Posted by Krister Axel
This unforgettable mixture of rhythmic feels and soul-inspired authenticity is just what you needed to shut out the world for a few blissful minutes.
image for Dynamic Indie Rock FFO Aimee Mann. - Margaux: Cave In
Posted by Krister Axel
A refreshing combination of emotional self-scrutiny and effortless musicianship, mixed with a keen sense for melodic hooks and raw indie-rock mojo.
image for Indie Rock for a Cloudy Day. - Casual Male: Laughter From The Beach
Posted by Krister Axel
Joins the raucous energy of Wilco with the production aesthetic and accessibility of Mark Ronson.