The Big Easy is a solo project from underground North Jersey artist Stephen Berthomieux, done with the help of musicians Jesse Minikes, Zak Ali, and…
“Every band steps down with applause, every song is a reason to dance, skank around in a circle, and enjoy the splendor of summer together with people you’ve known for years.”
Northside Festival has become a staple to a ver Brooklyn Summer. This huge event encompasses tech, music, art and film over the course of two weeks. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide for art-devotees.
John Gold, Florida native, has been making music since he was 17. Though a California-based counterpart of his has seen more “mainstream” successes, he’s persisted…
We had a great time at our first #FQsocial event on 2/27/15 – here’s what you may have missed!
Record labels are quickly becoming less of a determinant of success, and some musicians have leveraged this new phenomenon to reach a larger audience.
Made In America is the sophomore record of the national touring pop-rock group Reverse Order, and it’s familiarity is really what sells it forward. Opening…
“There’s something about blasting rock ’n’ roll that gives you feelings no other kind of music can get. Good rock’n’roll has soul to it, no matter how edgy or refined you play it.”
As early as 2012, Danish songwriter Mø had been leaving traces of her electronic soul to indie audiences around the globe with a series of singles and Bikini Daze, an EP that has made her debut LP one of the most anticipated records of the year.
An unassuming trio from London, Ontario, Snow Mantled Love describes their music as “bedroom pop,” and it is easy to see why. Resonant production, perfectly blended guitar and keyboards, and the stunning delivery of vocalist Danielle Fricke make for some of the dreamiest indie in the scene.