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Grand Rapids (band)

Grand Rapids formed in 2009 comprising Dan Lardner Guitar/Vocals, Alex Niemetz Bass/Occasional Guitar/Vocals, Peter Baumann Lead Guitar, and Clara Balzary Drums, after Clara moved to New York City from Los Angeles, and offered to play drums with ...

Greenwich Village Orchestra

The Greenwich Village Orchestra is a semi-professional orchestra based in the heart of Greenwich Village. It is made up of volunteer musicians and performs six scheduled concerts per season from September to June. Concerts are usually held in the ...

The Groupies (band)

The Groupies were an American garage rock-psychedelic rock band from New York City who were active in the 1960s and are known for an innovative approach to primal blues-based rock exemplified in such songs as "Primitive". They were a popular fixt ...

Harmonie Ensemble/New York

Harmonie Ensemble/New York is a musical organization based in New York City that performs and records an eclectic repertoire ranging from classical to jazz. Founded in 1979 by its conductor, Steven Richman, HE/NY has performed orchestra, chamber ...

Higher Giant

Higher Giant is a New York City-based punk rock "supergroup". The band was formed in 2007 by Ernie Parada, Jason Lehrhoff and Alex Volonino, who were in The Arsons together, and Dave Wagenschutz. Higher giant released two albums in 2009. The firs ...

The Hipster Orchestra

The Hipster Orchestra is a chamber group formed by Jared Gutstadt, the CEO of Jingle Punks Music, the New York-based music production, licensing, and creative agency. The band is known for their arrangements of contemporary music and established ...

The Jaynetts

The Jaynetts were a girl group based in The Bronx, New York, who became a one-hit wonder in 1963 with the song "Sally Go Round the Roses", which reached No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Jazzhole

Jazzhole is a New York-based band, widely regarded as one of the key members of the acid jazz movement. Their debut album, the Jazzhole, was released in 1994, and then five more. Their latest, poets walk, was released in 2006. Throughout the band ...

JD & The Straight Shot

JD & The Straight Shot is the country blues and roots rock vanity project of its frontman and guitarist, Cablevision Systems Corporation CEO and Madison Square Garden Company Executive Chairman James L. Dolan. Because of his legal status and his ...

Kill the Alarm

Kill the Alarm is a rock band from New York City that is led by singer/songwriter Garen Gueyikian. Gueyikian had previously sung in the band Granian, a name he also used for solo work, until he adopted the new name kill the alarm in 2006. They so ...

Ladders (band)

Ladders were a 1950s New York City rhythm and blues and doo wop vocal group. The line up comprised Johnny Jackson, Herb Jennings, Irvin Jones, Ron Clark, and Douglas Jackson.

The Laughing Dogs

The Laughing Dogs were an American rock band, active in the 1970s and associated with the rock/punk scene of New Yorks CBGB. They released two albums on Columbia.

Longwave (band)

Longwave is an American indie rock band. The band was formed in 1999 by guitarist, songwriter and vocalist Steve Schiltz, guitarist Shannon Ferguson, bassist David Marchese, and drummer Jeremy Greene. The band was active from 1999 to 2008. As of ...

The Luxury Flats

The Luxury Flats was an indie rock band out of Hudson, NY founded in 2004, consisting of four members: Mikey Corcoran, Damara Rose, Joseph Terry, and Joseph Vanaman. All four members of The Luxury Flats play multiple instruments.

Magnetic Morning

Magnetic Morning is an indie rock duo made up of Swervedriver singer/guitarist and solo artist Adam Franklin and Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino. The two met in early 2006 in New York City when they were introduced over dinner by long term, mutual ...

Make Out (band)

Make Out is a New York City-based band consisting of Jesper Mortensen, lead vocalist Leah Hennessey, and drummer Chase Stauffer. The group plays fast, manic, condensed pop songs. In late 2010, the band recorded their debut EP, How To, with produc ...

Mardi Gras (music group)

Mardi Gras was an American, New York based, rock and roll group. They released several singles which were hits throughout Europe from 1970 to 1972, followed by an eponymous album in 1972, on Peter Anders and Vini Poncias Map City Records label. T ...

Mascott

Mascott is a U.S. indie-pop band based in New York City formed in 1998. Indie pop group Mascott is headed by singer / guitarist Kendall Jane Meade, formerly of juicy. After that the group broke up after 1996 album olive juicy, Meade relocated fro ...

The Missourians (band)

The Missourians were an American jazz band active in the 1920s, who performed at the Cotton Club in New York City and eventually became the backing band for Cab Calloway. The Missourians were formed by Wilson Robinson in the early 1920s under the ...

Mofungo

Mofungo was a New York City based band that was active from 1979-1993. It featured guitarist Elliott Sharp and future food blogger Robert Sietsema. Robert Christgau described their last album as "basically unlistenable unless you grant it your fu ...

Mostly Other People Do the Killing

Mostly Other People Do the Killing is a jazz quartet based in New York City including trumpeter Peter Evans, saxophonist Jon Irabagon, bassist Matthew "Moppa" Elliott, and drummer Kevin Shea. The group formed in 2003 and has released several albu ...

Mother Feather

Mother Feather is an American rock band from New York City. Formed by vocalist Ann Courtney in 2009, the group also includes keyboardist and vocalist Elizabeth Carena, guitarist Chris Foley, and drummer Gunnar Olsen.

The Murder Junkies

The Murder Junkies are an American punk rock band, best known for having been GG Allins final backing band before his death. They perform songs from Allins back catalog as well as their own original material. They are the third GG Allin backing b ...

The Natural History (band)

The Natural History were a band composed of Tepper brothers singer–guitarist Max and bassist Julian, along with drummer Derek Vockins. After playing locally in the New York area and self-recording their own three-song EP, The Natural History caug ...

Naturally 7

Naturally 7 is an American music group with a distinct a cappella style they call "vocal play," which, according to group leader Roger Thomas, is "the art of becoming an instrument using the human voice to create the sound." They simulate the sou ...

Negro String Quartet

The Negro String Quartet was a combo that performed in the early 20th century, mainly in churches, community organizations and college venues in New York City. The group was founded by violinist Felix Weir and was active between 1920 and 1933.

The New Rags

The New Rags released the EP "Take Jennie To Brooklyn" in 2005. The use of the single "Your Room" in an international advertisement led to popularity in Japan. The band released their debut full-length "Gotta Get Out Of Here" in Japan shortly aft ...

The New Rascals

The New Rascals are an American musical group featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Dino Danelli and Gene Cornish from the original band The Rascals, with Bill Pascali of Vanilla Fudge 2001 and Charlie Souza formerly with Tom Pettys Mudc ...

New York Electric Piano

New York Electric Piano is an American jazz band created in 2003 by keyboardist Pat Daugherty. The band started as a trio with Aaron Comess playing drums and Tim Givens on double bass. For later albums, they expanded to six and then eight musicia ...

New York Jazz Repertory Company

The New York Jazz Repertory Company was a jazz big band ensemble founded in 1974 by George Wein. Wayne organized a group to play at the jazz festival in Newport, which they did for several years. The groups changing lineup and had several music D ...

Nova Social

Nova Social is an electronic pop duo from New York and New Jersey. They have released two EPs and two full-length albums, and also recorded the theme song to Cartoon Networks Calling Cat-22. Band member David Nagler has arranged and produced trac ...

Oro Solido

Oro Solido is a New York-based merengue group. Oro Solido has sold several albums, reaching household name status. Their music has even been featured on film as well as being played on tropical music stations since 1995.

Paperdoll (band)

PaperDoll is an American indie rock band from New York City, consisting of Teresa Lee, Patrick Moloney, Jack Koch, and Will Haywood Smith.

Paramount Styles

Paramount Styles is an American indie rock band from New York formed by Scott McCloud of Girls Against Boys. McCloud recorded the debut with Alexis Fleisig of girls against boys, Richard Fortus guns and Roses, the psychedelic furs and others. Liv ...

Parker and Lily

Parker and Lily was an American experimental pop/rock duo originally from New York, NY and formed in 2000. Parker and Lily are not currently touring and have not released any new material since 2005, the band members are all working on other proj ...

Pet Bottle Ningen

Pet Bottle Ningen are an avant-garde band formed New York City in 2009. They have played at various locations in the United States, particularly in New York, such as John Zorns The Stone, and have also toured internationally, particularly Tokyo. ...

Phenomenal Handclap Band

Phenomenal Handclap Band are a psychedelic soul band from New York City. Their first full-length record, Phenomenal Handclap Band, was released in 2009 on Friendly Fire Recordings in the US and in 2010 on Tummy Touch Records. The album was also r ...

Poem Rocket

Formed in 1992, the band consists of Michael Peters, Sandra Gardner, and Peter Gordon drums. Peters and Gardner were married in 1997, they had a child in winter of 2003. Originally a four-piece with Dennis Bass also on guitar, Poem Rocket had a s ...

Porter Block

Porter Block is an American, New York-based power pop band, formed by Peter Block and Caleb Sherman. Since 2006, the band has released five albums and one EP, including several collaborations with Mike Viola.

The Postelles

The Postelles are four-piece rock band hailing from New York City. They formed at Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The band released their debut album, The Postelles, on June 7, 2011. It was produced by A ...

Pretendo

Pretendo is a New York City-based indie rock band formed in 2004 of ex-/present members of Enon, Skeleton Key, Creedle, The Rugburns, Mono Puff, Morricone Youth, Little Jack Melody and The DaoSon For. Guitarist/vocalist Devon E. Levins and bassis ...

The Prodigals

The Prodigals is an American Irish punk band that started in 1997. Calling their genre of music "jig punk", the lost fall into the tradition embodied girls and Black 47, merging traditional Celtic melodic roots with rock rhythms. From 2017, the r ...

Public Access T.V.

Public Access T.V. were an American band formed in New York City in 2014. The group supports important laws, such as the Pixies, Weezer, the killers, king of Leon and others. They have also received critical acclaim from rolling stone, new York t ...

Radio America (band)

Radio America is a rock group based in New York City, currently signed to Mother West records by Charles Newman In stark contrast to the radio network of the same name, Radio America are known not only for their award-winning live act but also fo ...

Ravens & Chimes

Formed in 2005 while studying music and film at New York University. The band was picked up by Grey Rock Records/Better Looking Records after a demo of their song "The House Where You Were Born" made its way from a friend at a party to Colin Reef ...

Regret the Hour

Regret the Hour is a four-piece American indie rock band from Nyack, New York, formed by brothers Nate and Ben McCarthy, and eventually joined by high school friends Anders Fleming and Jesse Yanko. The bands sound is defined by chiming, churning ...

The Rocksteady Seven

The Rocksteady 7 or "David Hillyard & the Rocksteady Seven", is an American Ska and Jazz band from New York, New York that formed in 1992. Since the early 1990s the group has consisted of tenor saxophonist band leader Dave Hillyard as well as per ...

Rosewood Thieves

From The Decker House, their first major label contribution, is an EP which was released on July 25, 2006 on V2 Records. "Swimming in the wonderfully classic, yet fresh, approach to roots rock that channels the best Beatle and the love of America ...

Schleigho

Schleigho is a four-piece band centered on New York City, consisting of Jesse Gibbon, Suke Cerulo, Erik Egol and Drew McCabe. Their music could be described as a fusion of acid jazz and funk, and is mostly instrumental and improvisational.

Semi-Gloss

The band formed in the early 1990s between Jordy Mokriski and Verena Wiesendanger after Mokriski spent a year in Los Angeles writing songs. When he returned to New York City, he and Wiesendanger recorded a four-track demo. The band gained a small ...

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