"Could Have Been" by Wooing
Rachel Trachtenburg is back at it with a new band. We know her from the cute and quirky Supercute!
, The Prettiots, and The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, but now she’s heading up a dreamy indie rock band, with some post-punk touches, that we’re really digging. At this point, Rachel is a true veteran of the local scene, having been actively recording and performing for over 15 years now, and all that experience certainly comes through. With Wooing, she takes more of a lead than ever before, and is joined by some excellent musicians to help out -- you may recognize drummer Rosie Slater from New Myths
. Check them out in this session recorded live at Serious Business Music in DUMBO, and let their new EP be your summer soundtrack.
Wooing’s debut EP, Daydream Time Machine
, is available now.
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for more music and interview.
About The Series //
MUSIC | Musicians play exclusive sets and chat with Maia Macdonald, a veteran musician and DJ with a knack for asking questions musicians actually enjoy answering.
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