Melissa Author

Missy Scheinberg. Based out of New York, USA, Missy has had a keen ear for new discoveries, and the music scene in general for a while now, writing for numerous outlets over the pond. We are absolutely delighted to have her onboard to delight us, you and the rest of the world with her findings.

Introducing: Plastic Mermaids

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Not only is Plastic Mermaids one of the best band names I’ve heard in a while, but they’re also creating some of the most original and exciting music on the other side...

[New Music] WEIRDO – ARMANIO

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We introduced you to anonymous new artist WEIRDO two months ago with the infectious “Butter”, and now the Germany-via-UK act is back with another proper tune in the...

[New Music] Happy Accidents – Leaving Parties Early

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Remember when it was really “in” in indie rock to sing with a strong accent à la the beginning of The Kooks, Los Campesinos!, Arctic Monkeys, The Wombats, Pigeon...

Spend A Night Out With Lewis Del Mar In Their New “Loud(y)” Video

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You’ve heard it a thousand times: unknown band puts song online, Soundcloud garners hundreds-of-thousands of plays, band gets signed, band plays large homecoming show, etc....

[Premiere] Josiah & The Bonnevilles – Cold Blood

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While the singer/songwriter market may be one of the most oversaturated of all genres, it’s safe to say that we’ve come across a handful of new releases that have...

[New Music] Negative Gemini – Body Work

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Negative Gemini has been bubbling throughout the blogosphere for the past year or so, but it’s really with latest single “Body Work” that she cements herself as...

[New Music] Borneo – Eating Animals

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Although we’re still a week out from spring, New York City has already begun to feel like summer, which is why I’m thrilled that I came across Borneo‘s...

Introducing: The Britanys

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As I mentioned yesterday, I’m currently on a bit of a 70’s punk-inspired kick. Enter Brooklyn garage golden boys The Britanys: part-Is This It era Strokes, part-Arctic...

Introducing: The Grease Arrestor

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After watching the first couple of episodes of HBO’s new series Vinyl, I’ve been inspired to begin diving back into late-60’s, early-70’s New York punk...

Introducing: Ben Zaidi

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‘ll be the first to admit it. We’re currently living in a post-James Blake world: a world where soulful, borderline-R&B vocals over (usually self-produced)...