Brooklyn band San Fermin just released their grandiose new album The Cormorant I last month on Sony Music Masterworks. They stopped by the Paste Studio NYC ahead of album release day (Friday, Oct. 4) to play three of the album's nine songs, including the beautiful "The Hunger," the more subdued "Summer by the Void" and the equally lovely "Saints." Before departing, however, they surprised us with one delightful cover: an acoustic take on Carly Rae Jepsen's "Run Away With Me," the opening track...
Virginia-based singer/songwriter Kate Bollinger might have the title for buzziest indie musician who still hasn't released an album around. She's still riding a wave of popularity thanks to a slew of successful singles, including "Candy" and "No Other Like You," both of which she played in the Paste Studio in August.
Indie alternative group The Band CAMINO haven’t even released a full-length album yet, but they’ve attracted quite a fan base since their 2016 EP My Thoughts on You . Their breezy, radio-ready rock songs seem to be peppered everywhere on Spotify’s mood playlists, giving them a boost with listeners beyond their hometown of Memphis. They stopped by the Paste Studio in September to perform new songs from their most recent record, tryhard .
Two Door Cinema Club brought their sharp indie rock to the Paste Studio to celebrate the release of their new album False Alarm , out now via Glassnote Records. The Irish rockers performed three tracks: "Once" from their new album, "Next Year" from 2012's Beacon and "What You Know" from 2010's Tourist History . Also during the session, the band shared their love for Talking Heads and went off on a tangent about traditional wedding anniversary gift milestones.
Reggae experimenter Maxi Priest stopped by the Paste Studio in September to play some songs from his new album It All Comes Back To Love : "I'm Alright" (which features Shaggy on the album version) and "It All Comes Back To Love." He also played a song from his 2014 album Easy To Love , "Bubble My Way."