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Tricyle Records and Z Space Collaborate On a New Event - Punch Bowl Music Night

We're so excited for this! Tricyle Records is hosting Punch Bowl Music Night at Z Space in San Francisco! The first event takes place on June 21st!

Z Space teams up with local legends Tricycle Records to bring you PUNCH BOWL, a tasteful concoction of musical genres. Amid the towering ambience of Z Space's lobby, experienced Bay Area musicians as well as diamond-in-the-rough up-and-comers meet to showcase their music, get in touch with collaborators and fans, and be part of a music community. Music lovers of all stripes get to witness all of this amazing new music with interesting people, and can enjoy a drink at our Z Bar.

Q&A with DJ/Producer Sweater Beats - currently touring non stop

If you met Antonio Cuna, aka Sweater Beats, without a formal introduction, in all likelihood you wouldn't think he's one of NYC most successful DJ/Producers. Hailing from the Philippines via Maryland, Antonio belongs to the rare breed of musicians who are so hard working and talented that they don't need to dress up (or pose) to impress. In the last decade Sweater Beats has been growing incessantly, with Antonio's music, a contagious mix of dance, synth pop and R'n'B, becoming more and more viral. Notwithstanding the fact that in 2017 he's been touring incessantly, we managed to ask yhim a few questions about his musical project. - Check out his latest single "Alstar" (streaming below) and read the Q&A here.

Debut Berdmajik LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Berdmajik, a.k.a. Donnie Felton (of Grubby Little Hands), recently released his debut full-length album via Golden Brown. SPELLS is steeped in slinky, soulful R&B, as steamy electropop wafts over an island destination. In the midst of the hot and heavy air of intimacy, a funky get down is triggered. Berdmajik is slated to appear at Kung Fu Necktie on Thursday, June 15, on a billing with Telequanta and Trey Frey.


From our live listings submissions: God Tiny plays The Knit on 05.26

To promote our new, uber-fantastic DIY NYC live listings section (check it out, you can post your show for free here - it will then appear also on our NYC homepage 2-3 days before the event's date!), we are highlighting some of the artist that already used this nifty tool.

God Tiny is a quintet that pulls off blues rock remarkably well - which ain't easy, because it's a genre that, due to its limited harmonic palette, can get boring easily. The Brooklyn band, though, in particular in single "Cosmos" is able to create an engaging, tense, and imaginative psychedelic arrangement, enhanced by powerful riffs and gorgously gritty distorted guitars. The vocals deserve a particular mention too, as they soar above the sea of instruments with a tone and flair reminiscent young Robert Plant. If they can pull all of this off live when they play The knit on 05.26, the audience will be in for a treat. Check out track "Revolution Run" streaming below.


New Track: "Sulking" - Cameron Wayne

Lo-fi, garage-punk, Asheville, NC transplant Cameron Wayne sounds like he is ready to plug-in and let it rip anywhere and everywhere on his new full-length album. Turning the fuzz up to eleven, he's teamed up Philly's own Suicide Bong Tapes to release Spiral Mountain. We currently have the track, "Sulking," on repeat... And that piano melody instantly had us searching YouTube to revisit The Munsters's theme song (which is classic - miss that show).


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