New London based indie rock band The Brazen Youth have released a live video of the group playing a new song “Figure In The Field.” The video was shot at the band’s studio at Ashlawn Farm and was filmed by Full Send Productions. Check it out below:
The Brazen Youth will be playing Ashlawn Farm Coffee in Lyme, CT on Dec 22nd. Event Page here. The band is also going out on tour in early 2018. Dates below:
- 1/17/18: Boston, MA at The Burren
- 1/19/18: Winooski, VT at Monkey House
- 1/20/18: Syracuse, NY at SPACE CAMP
- 1/21/18: Philadelphia, PA at P H Â R M Â C Y
- 1/23/18: Cleveland, OH at Beachland Tavern
- 1/24/18: Indianapolis, IN at Melody Inn
- 1/25/18: St. Louis, MO at Kismet Creative Center
- 1/26/18: Memphis, TN at Growlers
- 1/27/18: Nashville, TN – details to be announced soon 🙂
- 1/29/18: Asheville, NC at Sly Grog Lounge
Listen to 2016’s The Ever Dying Bristlecone Man below:
Earlier this year New Haven art-grunge band Bilge Rat released their simultaneously angular and crunchy self-titled full length.
Since then, the band has been pretty much endlessly productive, filming various videos and touring continuously in promotion of the record.
Back in August, the band recorded some live videos with No Culture, a music collective based out of Columbus, Ohio. One features the band playing self-titled standout “Bleached.” Watch it above. Another features a brand new song. Watch it below.
Bilge Rat’s single “Orb the Horse” is currently streaming on the CT Scramble 2017 Spotify Playlist.
Listen to the Bilge Rat LP by Bilge Rat below:
Last month, Hartford singer-songwriter Ashly LaRosa released her debut album View From Inside under the moniker Figurine. Recently, Figurine has shared a live video of the full band playing View From Inside highlight “Made Lonely.” Check it out below.
Listen to View From Inside by Figurine below.
Last week, Hartford, CT future soul group Broca’s Area have released their debut full length album, See the Light, a breezy and atmospheric blend of R&B, jazz, and alternative rock.
This week, the four piece have released the official music video for See The Light standout, “Make A Sound.” The kaleidoscopic video was directed by Shane McLellan of Shane Films and features dancer Jillian Foley.
Broca’s Area will be playing their See The Light release show at 41 Bridge St in Collinsville, CT on December 8th. Event page here.
Monroe, CT bedroom pop duo Waveform just released their newest album Drawing this October. Recently, the two-piece stopped by UCONN’s WHUS radio to record a live session of a few of those songs and others. Check it out above. Listen to Drawing by Waveform below.
Last month, Hartford indie rock band Queen Moo released their sophomore record, Mean Well via Topshelf Records. Since that release, the band stopped by Blind Moose studios in Bloomfield, CT to record a live session of a few of those new songs, some old songs, plus an awesome old B-side “Fool“. Watch below and check out our recent interview with the band here.
Listen to Mean Well by Queen Moo below:
Prior to releasing their dope new album, It’s Cool, It’s Whatever, the New Haven indie rock band Laundry Day released a promotional music video for album standout “Seven Seas.” Filmed by If Jesus Had Machine Guns‘ Jimi Patterson, the video features singers Alex Burnet and Sam Carlson harmonizing throughout a bunch of stills that skip all over different parts of the Elm City. What locations do you recognize?
Listen to Laundry Day‘s It’s Cool, It’s Whatever below: