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12.19.16.It’s already a little hard to remember, but as late as 2012 in Greenpoint—before...

5.12.16.Because we live in a dystopian capitalistic hellscape that values sheer profit potentials over...

1.20.16. All the way back in 2013, I was working on something that took me to...

1.8.16. Mike Sniper—whose first indie label Captured Tracks signed instant stars like Wild Nothing, Beach...

12.14.15.Getting out of bed on a Friday morning to go meet Jamil Rashad, better known as Boulevards, was a real challenge for me. No, not because i'm an unenthused jerk–quite the opposite. I had spent the night prior dancing and drinking plenty of Pink Babies to an undeniably groovy late night set by Jamil and his band. Worth it? Obviously. But when I bumped into Jamil on the street getting off the subway to meet him, I knew we had both had a night.

11.23.15.Widowspeak, the dream-pop two piece constructed of Molly Hamilton and Robert Early Thomas, delivered a gorgeous live performance of the title track off their new album, All Yours, for Baby's Grand. We've been lucky enough to debut other velvety smooth live sessions from the duo this year as well–and were thrilled to welcome them back for more.

9.23.15.Band leader Robert Earl Thomas earlier described Widowspeak's new album, All Yours, as "a house that’s lived in, not one that's explored and fetishized." Digging into that dreamy, serene noise, the band plays a new set of live sessions off of All Yours.

5.11.15.We are really excited to premiere the debut of our live session series, Brooklyn x Brooklyn, today! The series is shot and recorded live at Braund Studios in Greenpoint, in front of a small audience of friends and fans. Each artist asked to perform is Brooklyn based, contributing one original song and a cover of another NYC/Brooklyn based band. First featured in the series is Juan Wauters, who plays a "I Was Well," from his sophomore album Who Me? out tomorrow on Captured Tracks. Juan also chose to cover "Questioningly" by Ramones. Check out both of his performances below!