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"Tied Up, Tied Down" was one of the best songs off TEEN's recent album, The Way And Color, and now it has been paired with a music video, directed by Jordan Michael Blake, which approaches the tropes…   Read Story »
Last year around this time, SAINT PEPSI released the early Bandcamp recordings that led me to write about him as a Band To Watch. Now, less than a year later, Ryan DeRobertis has become the newest…   Read Story »
A few years back, a critical mass of musicians started making R&B steeped in the sort of art-damaged signifiers indie rock has traditionally claimed as its own. This wasn't the first time rhythm &…   Read Story »
We've already heard a couple singles from TEEN's upcoming release, The Way And Color: "Not For Long" and "Tied Up Tied Down." And now, you can hear the Brooklyn-based, psych-pop group's forthcoming…   Read Story »
"Not For Long" arrived with word that TEEN's new The Way And Color would draw as much from pop and R&B as from the colorful psych the Lieberson sisters made their name on. The Pedro…   Read Story »
Psych-pop quartet TEEN, who will release The Way And Colour this spring, have shared a new video for "Not For Long." Roland von Tessin's video takes frontwoman Kristina Lieberson and recreates her as…   Read Story »
When we named TEEN a Band To Watch in 2012, they specialized in a brand of psych-pop that marked a natural next step beyond Teeny Lieberson's former project, Here We Go Magic. For their upcoming…   Read Story »
Last year, we picked TEEN as a Band To Watch for good reason. Lyrically the quartet (three sisters and one friend) has a focused power and intensity, but pair it with weighty drums and flickering…   Read Story »
Brooklyn-based TEEN released a new track, "Big Talk," which was written and recorded simultaneously with their latest EP, Carolina. "Big Talk" sounds like an extension of the EP -- it too was…   Read Story »
This week's top clips tended toward the brighter, flipper side of things. Because summer, probably! But before we dive into the quirk and laughs, there's a short filmic clip by a film director that…   Read Story »