Kitchen Dwellers is a talented bluegrass band that has been making waves in the music scene with their unique blend of traditional bluegrass and modern influences. One of the most striking aspects of Kitchen Dwellers’ music is the technical proficiency of each member: Joe Funk on bass, Shawn Swain on mandolin, Torrin Daniels on banjo, and Max Davies on guitar. The group forges a sound that is both traditional and innovative, combining classic bluegrass instrumentation with contemporary songwriting and experimental arrangements.
The crowd bobbed like sea anemones. It was a sold-out show, the last of the psychedelic rock band Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s four-day stint at Webster Hall. The band mixed classic hits with their latest discography, including tracks from their 2023 album, V.
The men of Moon Taxi have a familiarity–onstage and backstage–that’s the result of knowing each other very, very well. The Nashville-based band, consisting of vocalist/guitarist Trevor Terndrup, lead guitarist Spencer Thomson, bassist Tommy Putnam, keyboardist Wes Bailey, and drummer Tyler Ritter, play songs that hit on your dopamine receptors.
Playing at Greenwich Village institution Blue Note Jazz Club for the first time, the American jam band, Galactic, brought their traditional blend of New Orleans funk to New York City as part of a five night residency to kick off the new year.
A self-described huge Kid Cudi fan, Sam defines his music as genre-fluid, with a mix of indie rock, soul, hip-hop and a little taste of R&B. You may recognize Sam from his feature on Kota the friend’s single, “MEMO,” released earlier this year. Born and raised in Queens, you can feel the New York influence on his sound.