QTY is a New York City rock band that employs no-nonsense rock grooves and a satisfying speak-singing style that plants them firmly in the tradition of The Velvet Underground, Television, and The Strokes. They clearly know what they’re doing with melody and harmony and the sweet touch of male/female voices makes it all the more enjoyable. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to give us a sample of how they do it.
QTY’s self-titled debut full length is available now.
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