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http://youtu.be/ERr7USFYNDI Greta Kline, aka Frankie Cosmos, chronicles her experiences, relationships, and feelings in short but emotionally poignant songs as she grows up in New York. Although she has a vast digital history of rough solo songs that are self-described “diary entries,” her newest album, Zentropy, has really struck a chord. We had the pleasure of hosting Frankie Cosmos last week at Brooklyn Magazine, where she played a variety of fun and touching songs on a little keyboard...
Photo by Kenneth Bachor Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the Earth, huh? Well, then Brooklyn should be in fine shape. As ground zero for an aesthetic sensibility that can only be described as twee—think cutesy tote bags, decorative birdcages, and small-batch strawberry jams—it’s surprising that, going all the way back to its early-aughts heyday, Brooklyn’s music community hasn’t embraced the kind of indie-pop traditionalism that would seem to pair so perfectly with...
It's that time of the year again when the population of gentrified Brooklyn temporarily migrates to Chicago to unceremoniously celebrate beards and flowered headdresses at Pitchfork Festival. And while the Best New Music proprietors do a damn fine job at curating an event, your backpack was made in Brooklyn, your pickles are locally sourced... why not your music festivals too? 1.21 Gigawatts Fest (July 17-20) offers an alternative for homebodies, spreading more than 50 local...