Frankie Rose

Out In The Streets Festival comes to Ridgewood, Queens on 7/16 and 7/17

Whoever said Queens isn’t cool (hey! it's the new Brooklyn!) surely must not have heard of the Out In The Streets Festival coming to the Onderdonk House in Ridgewood for its fourth year on July 16-17.  Filled with some of our favorite local artists, such as The So So Glos and Frankie Rose, the festival is primarily a rock'n'roll fest. Bands will be playing with a backdrop of art, food and the Ridgewood market.  We’ve prepared a playlist to give a taste of the artists playing this weekend, but be sure to head over to the Out In The Streets festival to hear them for yourself. - Madeleine Grossman


New Video by Frankie Rose - album release in the fall

Frankie Rose is not really "emerging" anymore but she's still regarded as an example to follow by many struggling artists in the Brooklyn DIY scene. Check out the new single "Sorrow" below from the upcoming album "Herein Out" to be released on September 24.


Frankie Rose debuts new video + tours with DIVE

We wrote about Frankie Rose's new album and video of "Gospel/Race" just over a month ago, and the lady already has a new sonic and visual treat for us: the video for "Night Swim". We've been digging Frankie's new album, and music fans in the US and Canada will be able to hear these songs live this spring during her tour with Dive. Newyorkers should mark May 5th, date of the homecoming show at The Mercury Lounge


Frankie Rose releases video for "Gospel/Race" + announces album "Insterstellar"

Frankie Rose is a little bit the King Midas of the Brooklyn DIY/Psych scene - she was formerly an original member of the following breakout acts: Crystal Stilts, Dum Dum Girls, and the Vivian Girls. Her solo career began in 2009 with the debut record under the moniker Frankie Rose and the Outs. It sounds now like "The Outs" are out, and Frankie will release the upcoming album "Interstellar" (out on 02.21 on Slumberland) under her birth name. She just premiered this video, which showcases a more refined and subtle approach to ever familiar psychedelic themes, and also a more mature songwriting.