Tag: Indie Rock
Tour Survival Kit – Razor Braids
As Razor Braids prepares for a five-week tour and a stop at SXSW, frontwoman Hollye Bynum shares her most important road dog essentials in this guest post for A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents.
Grrrls in the Five Boroughs – Tetchy Discusses Emotional Processing, Sexual Liberation, & Creative Expression
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents sat down with Tetchy to discuss the band’s intimate new collection of demos and taking pride in wearing their emotions on their sleeves.
Big Girl Release New Single “Black-Eyed Susan” and Discuss Exorcising Inner Demons Onstage
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents sat down with the indie rock six-piece to discuss their new single and working with the legendary Justin Pizzoferrato on their upcoming album.
Taleen Kali Unveils Dreamy Vampiric Single “Only Lovers Left Alive”
Listen to the darkly danceable track from the indie songstress, produced by Jeff Schroeder.
Brooklyn Shoegazers PANIK FLOWER Make Their Stunning Debut with “Pretty Face”
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents caught up with PANIK FLOWER to discuss their debut single, the chaos and disorder of New York life, and refusing to tether themselves to one specific sound.
monarch. on Their Treacly Debut EP ‘Sweet Little Things’
Hailing from the lush green pastures of the Hudson Valley, jazz-influenced indie four-piece monarch. unveiled their debut EP Sweet Little Things in June, a rapturous indie pop tour de force with potent sax lines, rapid waltz-time signatures, and lyrics juxtaposing the sweet and the sour. “I’ll be your morning coffee/I’ll be your night time tea,”…
Album on Repeat: Momma – ‘Household Name’
There isn’t a single music publication that hasn’t been drooling all over Brooklyn-based nu gaze/alt rock duo Momma, and for good reason. Momma’s third album, Household Name, has it all — robust rhythm sections, potent guitar lines, cavity-inducing hooks, and satirical lyrics musing on bygone eras of rock and roll. According to founding members Etta…
Live Review and Q&A: Trophy Wife at The Mercury Lounge
As her name would suggest, the musical output of Trophy Wife—the solo project of 21-year-old Berklee student McKenzie Iazzetta—is inherently subversive. Her songwriting and her distinct vocal delivery constantly contradict one another, with lyrics where she leans into the role of the austere and unaffected “cool girl” trudging her way through the endlessly messy charade…
Pretty Sick Ventures Into Shoegaze Territory on New EP
Come Down is an amalgamation of reflections on love lost, and what it feels like to grow up in New York—a laborious and emotionally-draining undertaking that both prepares you for the crushing weight of heartbreak and simultaneously leaves an even nastier bruise when a relationship doesn’t work out.