Indie Rock

The Embryos

The Embryos formed back in 2017 from the ashes of Honda Pavarotti and Cooled Out Babies and released their debut album, “Open The Kimono”, in 2018. They kicked off 2019 by releasing and EP called “Singles Club Volume 1” and are now preparing to release Volume 2 in the coming months.

This is the Power Pop of Brian Daley, Joseph Daley, Finn Swingley, and George Drag. They name check Big Star, Teenage Fan Club, and XTC in describing themselves and that is a great starting point for their really enjoyable sound.


Lala Lala “Water Over Sex” Audiotree ‘Far Out’ Video

Lala Lala and Audiotree have release the band’s performance of “Water Over Sex” from their 2018 debut album, The Lamb. Their line-up for this set included the talented, and everywhere, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya on bass.

Lala Lala will be performing two sold out shows at Lincoln Hall this month, but were also named as one of the many local artists (Ric Wilson, Tasha, Dreezy, Whitney, Grapetooth) to be included in the 2019 Pitchfork Music Festival line-up taking place on July 19 to the 21st.



Dan Rico has released a new single, “DRE@M VACA$ION”, from his forthcoming album, Ba$ement Pop.

You can catch Dan Rico at Empty Bottle for a free show with Vamos and Rich Jones on March 25th.


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Coney Island Baby

Wild Pink releases EP "5 Songs" including remixes, new tracks

Wild Pink's new EP 5 Songs is a delightful listen, and its remixes and new tracks serves as a fitting primer to new listeners. The group's last full-length record Yolk in the Fur came out last July, which means that a taste of a something new was in the cards. Therefore, Wild Pink have compiled two new tracks: The wistful "How's The Tap Here?" about changing relationships, and the anthemic "Coaches Who Cry" about growing up in Virginia. To keep things interesting, the band have also included remixes of three tracks from Yolk in the Fur for the EP: Shy Layers' trip-funky "There Is A Ledger", Dondadi's glitched-out "Love Is Better", and Eerie Gates' atmospheric "All Some Frenchman's Joke". Wild Pink recently performed at Bowery Ballroom, and they're currently on a US tour. While you wait for them to return to NYC, you can listen to "Coaches Who Cry" below. - Will Sisskind