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Acid Dad, Ghost King, Black Beach & Bodega Played Elsewhere (PHOTOS)

Last week, NYC-based rockers Acid Dad headlined a night at the newly minted Elsewhere in Brooklyn along with Ghost King, Black Beach and Bodega. The gig came paired with the release of a new split single from Acid Dad, “Die [...]

December 14, 2017 Live, Reviews
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Exclusive Premiere: Ghost King Gets Bloody In Their New Video For “Melting Sky”

A touch under a year ago, SIMGE had the pleasure of introducing you to the Brooklyn-based rockers Ghost King ahead of the release of their debut album, BONES. Since then, the band gigged pretty regularly through the Summer before shifting [...]

January 31, 2017 News
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Exclusive Premiere: Ghost King Shares “Bones 1 & 2″ // Debut LP Out 4/1

Following a stint touring and playing drums for Brooklyn’s Spires, Carter McNeil (vocals/guitar) returned home to the Bronx newly invigorated by his various travels and experiences. He brought that fresh mentatility back to where it all began; in the basement [...]

March 22, 2016 News
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Album Review: Pamphleteers – The Ghost That Follows

Stream an exclusive first listen of Pamphleteers’ “L.A. L.A.” below. One word to sum up The Ghost That Follows, the full-length debut by Chicago trio The Pamphleteers? Raw. The band has been exercising its post-punk sound since releasing a split [...]

September 22, 2016 New Music, Reviews
Fraternal Twin

Listen: Fraternal Twin Shares “Big Dipper” // New LP Out 10/14 via Ghost Ramp

Photo Credit: Matthew James-Wilson In the arts, finding your “voice” almost always seems to be the paramount thing to chase. That is, of course, if that voice is really just a visualization of an ideal, and possibly non-achievable self. In [...]

September 20, 2016 News
Used Cassettes

Listen: Used Cassettes Shares “Ghost Stories” // New LP Out 5/6

Yeah, but do they fuck with you in Seoul? Such is the fairly unique retort transplanted rockers Used Cassettes can utilize. The Seoul-based band feature members from as far away as South Africa, Canada, and Detroit, and they have made [...]

April 26, 2016 News
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SIMGE On The Scene: Accidental Seabirds, We’re Ghosts Now, Yawn Mower, & Carrying Kimberly Played Happy Mondays

The nastiest day of the month turned in a most beautiful Happy Mondays, the final edition of 2015. A packed house filled The Wonder Bar and the tunes provided some great vibes throughout the night. An indie folk theme with [...]

December 29, 2015 Live, Reviews
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SIMGE On The Scene: Avery Mandeville, Rose Boulevard, We’re Ghosts Now and The Cold Seas played The Saint

A little staycation is good for the soul, it is also good for getting out and taking in a crowded Tuesday night show at The Saint. On my to do list for 2016 is to get there more often, especially now [...]

December 23, 2015 Live, Reviews
The Sunless Sea

Listen: The Sunless Sea Traces His Own Indie-Pop Path With “No Ghosts”

There’s been a bit of a re-birth of the indie-pop auteur of late with songwriter Witte Crosby fitting that description nicely. Under the moniker of The Sunless Sea, the artist crafts the sort of inspiring, emotionally evocative of forbears like [...]

November 10, 2015 News
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Album Review: Xenia Sky – Ghost Of Jupiter EP

Xenia Sky has a voice that doesn’t come around quite often…which is probably the most understated opening you’ll read all week. It’s a vocal delivery that exudes maturity, confidence, and the powerful elgance of an artist well beyond her years, [...]

June 11, 2014 New Music, Reviews