Sensible Reason is looking for submissions to our Road to Camp Bisco (RtCB) series. This festival is one that many people hold near and dear to their hearts and we want to share your story. Was Camp Bisco your first music festival? Was it where you met your festie family? Was it where you heard the Disco Biscuits for the first time or the 50th time? Was it the first time you heard of drum and bass? We want to know!
On Friday, March 24 Escort is going to hit Brooklyn hard, traveling back several decades to one of the raddest disco parties around. For those of you who thought disco was dead, think again. This 17-piece disco orchestra delivers a one-in-a kind musical journey which will keep you dancing for days. Founded in Brooklyn, Eugene [...]
Technicolor Lenses, a young three-piece band hailing from Brooklyn, New York, creates such energy on their new release, Oracle, that one cannot wait to experience their new work live. Taking on elements of carnival sounds in their production, Sam Eckstein and Brandon Lewis call to mind the intensity and psychedelic twists of a Beats Antique [...]
Sensible Reason’s favorite altronipop queen, Eitch, will soon release her latest EP, Health, and we are excited to exclusively announce the drop of the second track, Skeleton, which is available for free download all week long! Eitch has been on a mission to spread her curious and candid croonings to anyone with an ear for [...]
This Thursday, Equifunk and Nolafunk present a brand new jam funk super group at Le Poisson Rouge for a late night show with echoes of New Orleans, brought to you by the letter M. Drummer Stanton Moore and bassist Rob Mercurio of Mardi Gras band extraordinaire Galactic and fellow Louisianan guitarist Papa Mali will join [...]