Tag Archives: Brooklyn

AUDIO: Lily Virginia – “Play Me Twice”

Brooklyn artist Lily Virginia recently fell onto our radar earlier this year, with a few impressive singles from her then soon-to-be released project. The wait is over, however, as Lily recently released her new album, “Play Me Twice”. As to be expected, the project is nine tracks of sophisticated indie pop, punctuated by Lily’s stellar vocal ability. From front to

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INTERVIEW: Spirit Animal

With a big, expansive sound that hits you like a whirlwind, Brooklyn’s Spirit Animal are making a name for themselves nationally. Their sophomore release, “World War IV” is turning heads with it’s genre blending style. The band hits Cactus Club on December 9th with Nico Yaryan as well as Bo Triplex and his Beautiful Band. Before that, we caught up

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AUDIO: Mainland – “Permission Slip”

Welp, this is the song that will be stuck in your head today. Brooklyn indie rockers Mainland have an earworm on their hands with their latest single, “Permission Slip”, which was released last week. With a bright guitar line, tight percussion, and echoing background vocals, this is basically the epitome of indie, and it’s all done incredibly well. Basically, every

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VIDEO: Lily Virginia – “Long Time”

Brooklyn indie artist Lily Virginia is gearing up for her audio/visual album, “Play Me Twice”, which comes out on November 18th. In the meantime, we have a new live video from Lily, for single “Long Time”. This is the fourth video released from the album, which will be complete with nine videos. With a bright voice and just the right

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Breaking And Entering’s Five To Watch: September 2016

As a Milwaukee-based music blog, it is our obligation to not only bring Milwaukee to the world, but bring the world to Milwaukee, as well. Five To Watch submissions are handled exclusively through ReverbNation. Click here to submit music to be one of next month’s Five To Watch. We’re back with our second round of Five to Watch, and we’ve

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INTERVIEW: Kat Hamilton of Manic Pixi

We hope you’re ready to meet the next pop punk band that you won’t stop listening to. Manic Pixi are carving their way onto the national music landscape with their most recent release, “Iron Heart”, the band’s second release. We checked in with frontwoman Kat Hamilton to learn more about the band, and their release: B&E: Introduce yourself! Who are

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VIDEO: Lilly Wolf – “Terrible Mistake”

The Brooklyn duo collectively known as Lilly Wolf are back with crisp, poignant visuals for their latest single “Terrible Mistake”. The track is pure pop goodness, with Lilly’s vocals accenting producer Alex Neuhausen’s bright, spacey beats. The video, shot by KRSP Visuals, accents the song perfectly, complete with a bender and dance party in reverse. It is definitely not a terrible

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AUDIO: Lilly Wolf – “Deleted Scenes”

Brooklyn based electro-pop outfit Lilly Wolf released their latest album, “Deleted Scenes” last night, and it’s definitely worth checking out. This is the first full-length release from Lilly Wolf, following up on 2014’s “Play Loud” EP, as well as a string of singles. “Deleted Scenes” is the sort of dark, brooding pop that fans of groups like Purity Ring and

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VIDEO: The Promise Ring Live at Bowery Ballroom

Along with the announcement of the reissue of 1997’s “Nothing Feels Good”, Milwaukee emo pioneers The Promise Ring have recently uploaded never-before-seen concert footage, making it available via Pitchfork. The footage is from Brooklyn’s Bowery Ballroom, at the 2000 CMJ Showcase for Jade Tree Records. The showcase that year also featured Kid Dynamite, Pedro The Lion, The Explosion, and Zero

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AUDIO: Profit & Shawn Kitt – “Pre-Game”

When you take the memorable Sauce Money & Jay-Z “Pre-Game” instrumental, and put two upcoming Brooklyn emcees on it, you can actually get a way better product than most would expect. In this instance, Profit and Shawn Kitt of Bangout Records do the instrumental justice, with a pair of solid verses over some timeless production. Brooklyn doesn’t play around, as

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