Last night the Brooklyn based band Ava Luna paid a visit to Johnny Brenda’s. The six-piece group came and played one intriguing song after another, experimenting with various genres to create one extremely eclectic sound. Their music ranged from soothing, calm lullabies to energetic outbursts and pitch-perfect harmonies. Check out a photo recap of the night in the gallery above.
Warpaint have shared a new song called “Biggy” off of their forthcoming self-titled LP, set for release on January 21st. The Los Angeles dream pop quartet will support the sophomore record with a U.S. tour, stopping at Union Transfer … Read More
Connecticut based alt-rock group MGMT paid a visit to the Electric Factory as part of their tour supporting their most recent, self-titled record. While many might know MGMT for its quintessentially catchy hits such as “Electric Feel” and “Kids” off … Read More
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Photo by: Peter Larson www.peterlarsonphoto.com Indie pop/rock quintet Lucius bring their catchy harmonies and intoxicating vocals to World Cafe Live tonight. With the October release of their wildly celebrated debut album Wildewoman, which has been making the rounds on a slew of top albums of 2013 … Read More