Estonia’s, Holy Motors is a five-piece band, who describe themselves as cowboys at heart, with a love of shoegaze. Slow Sundown, Holy Motors’ debut…Read More
Wharf Cat is a Greenpoint-based label with a catalog spanning a wide array of independent music from, so far, two geographically far-flung locals: Brooklyn, NY and Tampa, Florida. Founded by Doug Warner, his brother Trip and visual artist Sam Falls in 2011, Wharf Cat is still navigating the uncertainties that come with both the practical upkeep of a label and the necessity of establishing a clear aesthetic vision. We spoke with Doug Warner about the company’s origins, as well as some exciting upcoming releases and reissues they’re planning. They were also kind enough to make a playlist for us featuring Boulders, Blanche Blanche Blanche, R-Hundro, and many other bands in the family.
HONEY, play fearless and raw music. The band has released the first single “Dream Come Now” off of their forthcoming release, New Moody Judy….Read More
Brooklyn band Ancient Sky are streaming their forthcoming release Mosaic, which comes out June 9th via Wharfcat Records. The full-length was recorded and produced…Read More
“Drip From The Fang” comes to us from The Drag’s debut LP ‘In The Reaper’s Quarters’ (out now on Wharf Cat) which was recorded…Read More
The Ukiah Drag are Floridians in New England exile: haunted by grave, aberrant definitions of rock n’ roll, post punk and what it ultimately means for the Superego to be blitzed by the Id. Personnel of The Drag stem from the Tampa scene,Read More