Back in September, I caught up with STACEY for one of the most stunning sessions I’ve done yet. With the sun setting in New York City, we were treated to a live version of “It’ll Be Alright,” which you can see below. The session also included performances of “Daydreaming” and “First Move.”
Flashback February: Ben Talmi
With quite the impressive resume, Ben Talmi has not only worked on creating music for himself, but has also composed scores and string arrangements for television, film, and artists including Manchester Orchestra. Last year, we caught up with Talmi for an acoustic version of his track “Someday” and a cover of “Kathy’s Song,” originally by Paul Simon, which you can listen to below!
Flashback February: Seth Glier
As continue our Flashback February posts this week, we’ve realized that…well…it’s no longer February. This last month flew by and we easily lost track of time. That being said, we’re just going to pretend that it’s February through the end of this week and share with you the remaining sessions we’ve got lined up for you! Let’s jump in, shall we?
We caught up with Grammy-nominated Seth Glier, right before the release of his album, Birds. A personal project for Glier which was written after the passing of his brother, we were treated with a captivating acoustic version of “I’m Still Looking.” Give it a spin below!
Flashback February: The Delta Saints
Following the release of their album Monte Vista last April, we caught up with the band for an incredible stripped down performance of “California” and, my personal favorite, “Sun God” which can be seen below!
The band will be heading out on their Farewell For Now Tour, details can be found over on www.thedeltasaints.com.
Flashback February: Kylie Hughes
Last year, we sat down with Kylie Hughes in New York City for a short acoustic session. Hughes did a stripped down performance of her hit single “Heat,” which can be seen in the player below, as well as “Hungover” which can be seen here!
For more on Kylie Hughes, head on over to www.KylieHughesMusic.com.
Flashback February: Tribe Society
We previously caught up with Tribe Society in New York City for a stripped down live session where the band performed a few of their tracks including “Problems” and “Secrets,” which can be found below!
Flashback February: Fiona Silver
Last summer, we caught up with Fiona Silver in New York City prior to the release of her debut album, Little Thunder, for a stunning live session. Silver and guitarist Guy Fiumarelli performed four tracks including “Smoking Gun,” which can be found in the player below.
LOL Sessions: A Boy Named John
We recently stopped by the Big Picture Media offices in New York City to hang out with A Boy Named John for one hell of an acoustic session. Check out an acoustic version of their track “I See, Said The Blind Man” above, off their new album So We Live | So We Die, out now! To see the other video from our session for “Lost In The Haze,” click here.
Want to hear even more from the band? Their track “Sir Rock” can be found on our new compilation SPF16, available for free download here!
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LOL Sessions: “Little Fangs” | Lucky Jukebox Brigade
Prior to all the SXSW madness, we stopped by the Big Picture Media offices in New York City to hang out with indie-rockers, Lucky Jukebox Brigade! The band, who just released their new EP Savage Fantastic (which is currently available at a pay what you want price here), performed their single “Little Fangs” for us. Check out our session with Lucky Jukebox Brigade above and stay tuned for our interview with the band!
LOL Sessions: “Something To Say” | Intergalactix
Last week we stopped by the Big Picture Media offices in New York City to hang out with multi-instrumentalist production duo, Intergalactix! The band, who is currently on tour with Strange Talk, performed their brand new single “Something To Say” for us. Need a new favorite song to listen to? Well, here it is! Check out our session with Intergalactix above and stay tuned for our interview with the band!
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