How the NYC indie rockers are giving back to the city that gave them their sound…
Question: How does an NYC indie rock band put their music out there in a year as frustrating and confusing as 2020?
Answer: Simple – by jamming from home.
NYC band Nautics are making the most of lockdown with their latest single “Thoughts on the Ceiling.”
The song’s retro music video was recorded from each member’s home and highlights the new normal for many bands: making music long-distance.
As soon as you hear the synth-driven tune, you’ll pick up a thing or two about their sound.
Nautics are flaunting their musical lineage on this song, paying tribute to the impressive lineup of NYC indie bands that made the 2000s such an exciting time to be a rock ‘n roll fan.
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How the desert dreamers disturbed critics and won over listeners with their heartfelt rock…
Artwork by Camila Estela G.
The first record I ever owned was Sam’s Town by The Killers. I shoplifted it from a Target that had just opened here in Staten Island. This was before they figured out that people brought stuff into the bathroom with them and ripped the packaging off so they could walk out undetected.
Now they have sensors right before you enter the bathroom, thus putting an end to a true golden age for moody teens who needed their fix of both bombastic stadium rock and season four of Scrubs. Shame.
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