Nassau has quickly become one of our favorite local bands to come onto the scene in recent years. The perfectly balanced
We’re still catching our breath from running around Williamsburg (mostly because we’re stuffed real good with Vinnie’s), but here are
Our biggest bowl yet, overflowing with all the sweet acts slaying Brooklyn for Northside Festival 2017.
Brooklyn by Manic Sheep Influences for Taiwanese quartet Manic Sheep might already be obvious to those already familiar with their
DANGÜS TARKÜS feels like a comic caricature brought to life or he’s just here to bring back rock and roll.
We’re not really sure why everyone’s talking about Goodman’s baby face, but we’re here to fan girl over his mature,
You’re only really ever in a CVS at night when you have to be, and you’re only really ever listening
Nothing tickles our fancy more than grade A, organic, locally sourced kick-ass music. As Bronx born babies ourselves, we couldn’t
The members of Mosey Jones didn’t expect this project to be anything serious. Started when guitarist/vocalist Eamon McMullen and bassist
Fin-Folsom is a Brooklyn-based, hiatus-bound, Cereal+Sounds favorite. With three EP’s out within the past three years (Tell Tale, Early Summer, and Ruins+Rituals), we’re probably just as