Los Angeles – It’s been four years since we last heard anything from Brooklyn indie rockers, Beach Fossils. While such a wait can seem grueling for fans, it was a necessary withdrawal for lead singer/founder, Dustin Payseur. He’s debuting his long-awaited return, Somersault, on his own new label, Bayonet Records, which he co-owns with his
Total Slacker totally has the chops to back up any buzz they get as they proved at their last Glasslands show, but Tucker, Emily, and Ross also have smart and creative minds to add to their credibility. Behind all the humor, irony, and rocking, are three real people who have a lot to say. Remember when
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Yes, New York is covered in snow right now, but this Saturday night will sound like summer when Beach Fossils playGlasslands in Brooklyn. A Place to Bury Strangers, Caveman, Guards, ARMS, and Dreamers of the Ghetto round out the lineup, all starting at 7:30pm. Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 at the door. This show is brought to you by I Guess
The Drums is an indie-pop band, by way of Brooklyn, New York. Influenced by bands like The Smiths and Orange Juice, Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham met at summer camp and formed a mutual interest in music. The pair formed Goat Explosion, before separating and succeeding in different bands. Reforming in 2006, they added drummer
Beach Fossils‘ debut self-titled album sounds like a lazy, slow-motion day in the California sun. Despite the fact that I can think of several other recent indie releases that fit that description, this Brooklyn trio has something special going on. Their hazy, lo-fi sound and loose song structure are at once refreshing and nostalgic. The
Beach Fossils- Sometimes While it was difficult to pick just one track from this Brooklyn group’s self-titled debut, this song is a prime example of what Beach Fossils is all about: catchy guitar licks and a chill-out vibe.