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Clarence Greenwood, aka Citizen Cope, is a singular artist - an American songwriter whose career has drawn on rock, blues, soul, and folk music for over twenty years. From working with labels to…
Though Plaid Dracula hails from Brooklyn, NY, they could just as easily be from Transylvania in an alternate universe where the gothic landscape was covered in glitter. While their name might evoke a…
We first met Brooklyn bassist extraordinaire Eva Lawitts when the band Citris dropped by, but she’s a musician who you’ve likely heard already, whether you realize it or not. Be it one of her own…
It’s been a few years since we last caught up with the Philadelphia-based orchestral indie pop band, Grandchildren. Aleks Martray’s compositions have remained the core of the band’s tightly…
The Sharp Shadows is the Brooklyn-based power-pop trio of Steve Bailey, Rob Mellinger, and Zac Pless. With extremely sharp Costello-style melodies and hooks, the band doesn’t mess around when it…
Tuff Sunshine is a NYC indie rock group headed up by singer/songwriter Johnny Leitera. For this incarnation of the group, bassist Turner Stough brings in his I Am The Polish Army bandmate Emma…
Saint Mela is an indie pop band based in NYC, founded by Steven Dewey and Wolf Weston, and bolstered by drummer Jason MacDermott and synth bass from Josh Rollin. Together, they blend heavy grooves and…
The Dirty Nil is a trio from Ontario, Canada, who play fun, trashy, riffy, punk-inflected rock ‘n roll. The band dropped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this long-overdue, heavy-hitting…
Jocelyn & Chris Arndt are a pair of Harvard-educated siblings making a name for themselves with a polished, poppy take on classic rock, honed with the help of some musical heavy-hitters. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to show us what all the buzz is about. The Fun in the Fight is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
It’s been a couple years since Matt Meade -- who we first got to know from his other band, Friend Roulette -- brought his Spritzer project to BTR Live Studio. In the years since, the band has…
Rachel Ana Dobken is a unique musician. The multi-instrumentalist based out of Asbury Park, NJ, first landed on our radar while drumming in another band, but in the years since has seen her…
Meg Mac is a songwriter from Melbourne, Australia, whose powerful, keyboard-driven pop has an often unexpected depth paired with huge, epic production. She stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share a few songs with us in this very special session. “Something Tells Me” is Meg Mac’s latest single, available now from 300 Entertainment. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Anemone is the Montreal-based project of Chloé Soldevila. Blending sweet psych-pop melodies with subtle touches of funk jams to perfect effect, the project evokes blissed out sunny days with nearly…
It has been an eventful few years for Erika Spring since her last solo release. Since then, the Brooklyn-based musician reunited with her band, Au Revoir Simone, and toured with the Jenny…

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