1. In addition to capturing an alluring performance during their soundcheck at The Music Hall of Williamsburg, we also caught up with Channy and Chris from Poli├ža to discuss the band’s conception, sound, and new album, Shalamith.

     
     
  2. Polica - Coming to Baeble 8/19

     
     
  3. If you enjoyed cracking open our latest session with the once Philly, now LA-based groove machine Cheers Elephant, have at this rather interesting, informational night cap with drummer Robert King and singer/guitarist Derek Kryzywicki. Though their curious posturing throughout the interview kind of threw us off our serious music journalist game a bit, we still managed to dig all the latest Cheers Elephant information you need to know out of the duo.

     
     
  4. Cheers Elephant pop the top on a quirky new session of songs in our most recent Dead Kitten Session.

     
     
  5. Passenger showing the love to an adoring crowd at NYC’s Summerstage

     
  6. Magic Man in session for Baeble a Mophonics Studio in NYC

     
  7. Magic Man ripping through Paris. #magicmanmusic (at Mophonics NYC)

     
  8. Cooking @magicmanmusic on the porch. #nastyandhumid (at Mophonics NYC)

     
  9. Christina and Jeff from Frances Cone also took a moment to talk shop about their music, their EP, and where they see their band going.

     
     
  10. Brooklyn quartet Frances Cone bring thoughtful stories about love and growing old by our most recent Bands and Brews Session Series.

     
     
  11. Drenge at Rough Trade NYC

     
  12. Jillette Johnson bringing cool to Joe’s Pub. (at Joes Pub)

     
  13. This is what happens when our interview with Radical Dads turns into a giggle fest.

     
     
  14. Boy & Bear, one of The Aussie’s biggest exports, recently hopped the day long flight for North America in the name of a slew of massive music festivals and intimate club dates. Somehow we also convinced them to play their smallest show of the tour during our inaugural Bands and Brews series.

     
     
  15. Baeble pulls up a chair with Catfish and The Bottlemen’s Van McCann for a lighthearted conversation about his rather fab life, the origins of the band’s infamous name, and British colloquialisms along the way, among other topics.