The Best Music of 2015 (So Far)
The most exciting new music our contributors have heard this year.
OK Fest returns, unveils lineup
Once again, the festival boasts an insanely good lineup for a great cause.
Week in Pop: Br’er, Kinski, Qual, Swiftumz, Wing Dam
Chomp, Dream Cult, Estates, Karen Meat, Mune, Nerve Leak, guest selections by Ava Luna.
Is it O.K.?
Gabrielle Smith’s sprawling, seven-year path as Eskimeaux.
Watch Bellows perform live on NPR’s Tiny Desk
Performing three songs in the most intimate of settings.
The Epoch and friends are sharing new songs every day from May 5 to 12
Do cool stuff every day.
Stream eskimeaux’s O.K. in full
The Double Double Whammy full-length is out next week.
Mitski, Elvis Depressedly, and Eskimeaux announce tour
A full US loop this June & July.
Eskimeaux explains band name
Spoiler alert: it’s a reference to Gabby Smith’s eskimo heritage.
Eskimeaux at Rodrigue’s Coffee House
Some Epoch affiliated bands performed at Fordham University in the Bronx.
Week in Pop: All People, Crown Larks, House of Wolves, Kinjac
Colleagues, Courtesy, Flyying Colours, Mariage Blanc, guest curated by Mannequin Pussy.
Eskimeaux, “I Admit I’m Scared”
Through anxiety, brightly.
Week in Pop: ADVAETA, Dead Waves, Heart Beach, The Myrrors
EMEFE, GABI, Portable Sunsets, POW!, Terrace, co-curated by Told Slant.
Eskimeaux, “Broken Necks”
The Epoch’s latest proves there is strength in numbers.
eskimeaux, Bellows, and Florist at Lincoln Center
The community known as The Epoch take over Lincoln Center for an evening for a screening and performances.