Summer might be over, but you don’t have to let it just yet. Knifekick’s This Could Be Forever EP is a great way to ease the transition into the upcoming cooler weather. Knifekick is the solo project of NYC-based Matt Gorny, and this debut EP is an accumulation of his specialties – writing great songs that people can relate (and dance along) to.
The opening song, the title track of the EP, is warm and energetic. This is the kind of track that reels you…Continue
Posted on September 26, 2013 at 8:30am
Today, Miko & The Musket premiere their new single, "On Your Mark." Taken from their forthcoming self-titled EP, due for release this September, the single is an infectious combination of jazz infused indie-folk, with a subtle R&B undertones.
Posted on July 30, 2013 at 7:00am
Music publishing companies most basic functions are to make deals with songwriters, promote the songs their songwriters make to musicians and anyone else who may need a song for whatever purpose (such as for advertising, commercial use, promotional campaigns, etc.), issue licenses for the use of the songs that they represent, and collect licensing fees. In the world of music publishing, how successful the work that these companies do is heavily dependent on how these companies decide to…Continue
Posted on June 18, 2013 at 2:00pm
The Young Things from Brooklyn arrive on the NYC indie rock scene with a vintage sound that combines old school rock and roll melodies and youthful lyrics on their debut album, Hello Love // Goodbye Sexual. With their opening track titled, “No One Taught You How to Fall in Love Alone,” The Young Things have a Bohemian Rhapsody-type moment and take vocal queues from Queen that is evident throughout the rest of the album.
Posted on June 3, 2013 at 10:30am