Archive for the ‘Song of the Week’ Category

New Music Video from Sean Rowe

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Here’s Sean Rowe’s classy new music video for “Something to Leave Behind,” featured in the recently released Ben Affleck film, “The Accountant.”

And here’s a reminder that Rowe will take the stage at the Hanger on the Hudson in Troy for a hometown concert on Friday, January 13.

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Song o’ the Week: The Sea The Sea’s “In the Altogether”

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

The Sea The Sea – the duo of Mira Stanley and Chuck E. Costa – are joined by bassist Eric Margan for a live version of the title track of their new album, In the Altogether, recorded at the Hangar on the Hudson in Troy by Troy Pohl.

The Sea The Sea headlines at The Hangar on Saturday night (November 12), with indie harpist Mikaela Davis and the duo of Eric Margan & Cara May Gorman sharing the bill. Showtime is 8pm, and tickets are $10.

Song o’ the Week: Rosary Beard’s “Carcosa”

Friday, October 21st, 2016

Nathan Simms has filmed a music video that’s just as beautiful as the sparkling instrumental “Carcosa,” performed by Rosary Beard (the acoustic guitar duo of Matthew Loiacono and Hunter Sagehorn) with special guest violinist Tucker Callander

Song o’ Week: “Ramona” by Bella’s Bartok

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

You’ve got two chances to catch Bela’s Bartok playing free concerts this week:

12noon today (Wednesday, August 31) @ the Empire State Plaza, Albany

2pm on Sunday (September 4) @ Colegrove Park, North Adams

Song o’ the Week: Yarn’s “Easy Road”

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Led by Schenectady native Blake Christiana on vocals and guitar, the Brooklyn-based Americana band Yarn has recently released their new album, This Is the Year. Here’s the official music video for “Easy Road.”

The band will return to Schenectady at 3pm on Sunday (August 28) for a benefit concert at the Centre Street Pub with opener Strait Up. All proceeds from Yarnaplaooza, as they’ve dubbed the bash, will go to benefit Schenectady’s Ring of Hope Boxing Club. Tickets are $15 online in advance; $20 at the door.

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Song o’ the Week: Firestarter’s “Worth the Wait”

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

The Albany band Firestarter says, “We are super excited to be putting out this new music video for our song ‘Worth the Wait.’ We had the privilege of playing main stage at this year’s Vans Warped Tour stop in Syracuse, NY this summer and without a question had to document the shenanigans of the day. Enjoy!”

In support of their latest EP A Life Inconsistent, Firestarter kicks off their coast to coast tour on Saturday (August 7) at the Fuze Box. The show kicks off at 7pm with support acts Young Culture, Shorebreak, Viewpoints and One for the Braves. Tickets are $10 in advance; $12 at the door.

New Video from Phantogram: “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Phantogram’s new album Three isn’t slated for release til September 16, but this week Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter served up this mighty stunning new music video to tide you over til then…

Song o’ the Week: Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

After much social network teasing during the past week or so, Phantogram – that little old electro-pop band from Greenwich featuring Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter – have dropped their new single, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” and it’s a very tasty, very dark bit of boombastic ear candy indeed…

Catch Phantogram tonight (Thursday, June 16) performing the song on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

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