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B Boys talk about guitar pedals

tumblr_nwzszk8dmU1uvy0vao4_540[1] Brooklyn B Boys came seemingly out of nowhere in March 20162 with debut record 'No Worry No Mind' (on cult local label Captured Tracks). The album caught immediately a lot of attention (certainly ours) also thanks to the promotion the band received...

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Q&A with Kristin Kontrol (ex Dum Dum Girls) about embracing synths

Kristin Kontrol Changes are often friends of inspiration: new experiences, new instruments, new influences, new collaborations, or even just a new approach, are all things that have the power to unleash renewed curiosity and creativity. The story of Kristin Kontrol's debut record X-Communicate can...

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Jessie Clavin of Bleached: favorite stompboxes

bleached Our first thought when we heard "Wednesday Night Melody" - the new single by Los Angeles power pop trio Bleached - was: "This song should be on Rock Band!" - which, if you think about it for a minute or two - is...

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Beverly: inspiration and gear behind ‘The Blue Swell’

10846060_857771650910292_4162175220121950269_n[1] Let it be said that Beverly's Drew Citron is no shrinking violet. Sure, she lost co-conspirator Frankie Rose soon after the band’s stellar debut album, but Drew pressed on and the new album 'The Blue Swell' marks a clear improvement in...

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A stompbox inspired delirium: The Stargazer Lillies

JohnCep-Pedals Listening to the brand new album 'Door to the Sun' by PA via New York trio The Stargazer Lillies is an experience comparable to getting lost in the fog. The fog, in this circumstance, is of the aural kind, and created by an...

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Humeysha’s creative process, instruments and recording gear

12512596_1666510273621998_6326296064995825364_n[1] For those who think NYC is getting a little too complacent in its imperishable reverence for grunge, surf, and doo-wop, quartet Humeysha should help clear the decks. Their self-titled debut integrates Indian influences and western pop in ways that would...

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Odonis Odonis’ pedals and synths in ‘Post Plague’

unnamed Started in 2010 as the solo project of multi-instrumentalist/filmaker Dean Tzenos, Toronto's Odonis Odonis have quickly become a staple of the industrial scene, thanks to a series of records that, although featuring in full display the genre's signature, clangy noisiness, never lack in the production department,...

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Stone Cold Fox’s pedals and gear

unnamed Melodic and atmospheric, Brooklyn's Cold Stone Fox boasts a sound that's multifaceted but extremely balanced. Their latest EP 'Tunnel Vision' harmoniously blends psychedelia with some of that melodic, ethereal but somewhat dark rock of the '80s (we hear a little bit of...

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EQD Organizer – Honduras’ favorite pedal

12063738_1024291974259248_5489437234090265338_n[1] With obvious nods to psych rock and krautrock evident in their latest EP, 'Gathering Rust,' to call Honduras simply a punk or post-punk band would be reductive. The quartet manages to combine...

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Klon KTR Overdrive – Acid Dad’s favorite pedal

12990833_1026837694056962_5598977515312322354_n[1] NYC's Acid Dad, elected as The Deli's Best Emerging Band of 2015 just a few months ago) boast an electric sound that welcomes psychedelia, garage rock, and post punk in constantly varying doses, and a rock'n'roll attitude that screams "NYC late '60s"...

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J.Views’ creative process and gear on the “401 Days” album

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In any creative field, there is really no way to stick around for long without some level or self-reinvention. Interestingly, NYC electronic musician J.Views (previously known as J.Viewz) found a way to make this process less about "self" and more about others: his new full...

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Violet Sands’ creative process and gear

13178655_1292401510789626_4259100016379011382_n[1] Featuring the mellow vocals of former Savoir Adore lead singer Deidre Muro, the atmospheric guitar work of MGMT collaborator Derek Muro (her brother), and the virtuoso electronic programming of French Horn Rebellion's David Perlick-Molinari (her husband), Violet Sands sounds like a musical experiment aimed at demonstrating that...

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TEEN’s favorite pedal: Eventide Pitch Factor

TEEN's 2016 album Love Yes is a playful aural kaleidoscope that follows in the footsteps of imaginative, brainy, NYC based pop bands like The Talking Heads and They Might Be Giants. In the NYC scene, these ladies are a force to be reckoned with, relentlessly prolific...

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