The Brooklyn quintet formed out of a longtime friendship between bassist Jay Goodman, drummer Alex Beckmann, and lead singer/composer Grayson Sanders. They soon met guitarist Austin Mendenhall after his then recent move from the DC jazz scene, and finally invited their old friend, guitarist Calvin Pia, to complete the five-piece.

The band has built a completely organic following to date through successful touring and close fan contact on social media. After lengthy label talks, they recently decided to forego the label system altogether and self release their sophomore album on their own label Mystery Buildings.

Small Black Releases Real People 12" EP - Stream "Lines of Latitude" Featuring Frankie Rose. Tour with Oberhofer and Snowmine starts 3/6 in Washington, DC.

Small Black Releases Real People 12″ EP

Real People, the new 12″ EP from New York band Small Black, expands on the pristine electronics they mastered on 2013’s full-length Limits of Desire. Real People features two songs with guest vocalist Frankie Rose,

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Review Of "Daialects" By Snowmine. The album comes out on 'Mystery Buildings February 4th. Snowmine start their tour with 'Small Black' 2/5 in Allston, Ma.

Review Of “Dailects” By Snowmine

Brooklyn-based quintet Snowmine return to the game this month with Dialects, their sophmore release. The band formed out of a “longtime friendship” between lead singer/writer Grayson Sanders and a cast of four other musicians. For this release,

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Brooklyn's Snowmine unveils found footage "Rome" video, announce tour dates; 'Dialects' out 2/4 on Mystery Buildings. Snowmine play live 12/12 in Brooklyn.

Brooklyn’s Snowmine unveils found footage

Brooklyn quintet Snowmine don’t just want to create music that you hear. They want to make music that you feel, that is in every breath, every corner and settles deep within the heart. That feeling is front and center, filling out all corners of their forthcoming album Dialects,

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