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"The Heat is Hell" -single- released October 16, 2014
Mark of the Moon : Part 2 - EP - released January 14, 2014
The Attic Ends are a four piece, atmospheric indie-rock band from Bushwick, Brooklyn. Their music has been described as a spine-tingling mix of rock’s primal recklessness with the intricacy of complex indie-pop. The music evokes an expansive darkness, richly-layered with appealing melodies and power pop vocals.
The recent release of the single and video for "The Heat is Hell" marks the beginning of the group's next major collection of songs.
Mark of The Moon (Part Two) EP - January 25th, 2014
The Sky Begins (Part One) EP - July 12th, 2013
Home LP - December 3rd, 2010
”Our music is one of personal reflection, empowerment and ultimately liberation. It documents the highs and lows that come with that type of introspection: at times dark and rumbling, at times euphoric.”- Samantha Rex
Jan ("Yaahn") Christiansen
Effective Immediately PR
The Sky Begins : Part 1 - EP - Released July 12, 2013
Print-Quality press photos
11 x 17 print-quality posters
Double keyboard stand. Computer sidecar. Both keyboards run through Ableton. Top keyboard runs to D.I. Bottom keyboard runs to stage bass amp (for stage sound - no mic necessary) and D.I. (for house and monitor sound).
Full 5 piece drum kit with cymbals. SPDS sidecar runs to D.I.
One guitar amp (Bogner through pedal board). Mic for house and monitor sound.
SM58 through effects pedal.
Few of Our Favorite Things with The Attic EndsNov 13, 2014
With thousands and thousands of bands coming out of New York, it’s hard to stand out and peak the ears of music listeners. However, recently I discovered an atmospheric indie-rock four-piece band with a look and sound that did just that. Brooklynite band, The Attic Ends, is led with the powerhouse vocals of Samantha Rex […]
Bushwick-based band The Attic Ends heading west
by Andrew Shilling
Oct 23, 2014
The Attic Ends have practiced, performed and lived the NYC music scene since they formed five years ago in Bushwick.
Since day one, the four-piece indie rock band has strategically focused on building their audience and networked with the best of the best, all towards building their sound, skill and fans.
Now, after recording two studio albums and building a die-hard audience at the Bowery Presents, a NYC-based music venue conglomerate, the group has decided to head out west to expand their audience and dedicate more time to their craft.
The decision comes just months before finalizing their third studio album, to be released sometime in early 2015. full article