Efterklang have all the necessary ingredients for a blurry, captivating dreamscape, and we only wish they could soundtrack ours.
Instrument-swapping LA indie-folk act Milo Greene brought their luscious harmonies to a sold-out NYC show.
At the Margot & the Nuclear So and Soâ€™s show at Bowery Ballroom on Sunday, the crowd jumped around and sang along to pretty much every song, giving an atmosphere of both intimacy and celebration to the bandâ€™s set.
After Beach Fossils’ somewhat flavorless performance, San Diego natives The Soft Pack kept their style upbeat and energetic with a solid set that definitely pleased their already-devoted legion of young fans.
For an audience of mostly longtime fans, it was nice to hear Whiteman chat about where the band was going â€“ closer â€œXersesâ€ reminded of the familiar guitar rock before delivering a high-pitched jam-out and framing Apostle of Hustleâ€™s new experimental direction.
TK Webb formed the Visions because he wanted to take his mostly acoustic solo talents and put them to more rockin’ use, and this was certainly accomplished last night at the Bowery Ballroom as the full band delivered a thunderous …