“Bankruptcy Of The Soul” by The Appleseed Collective
In their own words, The Appleseed Collective is a "string-swing" band. They don't quite fit into any specific genre, which suits them just fine, as each member adds their own influence and style to the mix. Featuring acoustic instruments and smooth vocals, the sound is reminiscent of something from an era long past while at the same time feeling fresh and new. The group, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is known for touring extensively and we caught up with them at The Back Room, a historic speakeasy in New York City that fits the band's aesthetic perfectly, for a performance of "Bankruptcy Of The Soul."
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MUSIC | We head out to various interesting locations in NYC -- and occasionally elsewhere -- with dynamic musicians playing their songs in unique settings.
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