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A spine-tingling mix of rock’s primal recklessness and the intricacy of brainy indie-pop. The music evokes an expansive darkness, richly layered with appealing melodies and power pop vocals.
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"Samantha Rex’s voice is hypnotizing & sensual, you find yourself wanting to hear more songs & immediately plugging it into your iPod."
“MYFOXNY.COM - Indie rock band The Attic Ends is out with a new album titled The Sky Begins (Part One.) The group is taking the stage the at the Highline Ballroom on Friday. They're starting off the day with a performance on Good Day NY.
Read more: http://www.myfoxny.com/story/22817432/the-attic-ends#ixzz2ZDneIya4
“Stepping into Spike Hill, in Brooklyn, NY I wasn’t sure what to expect. “The Attic Ends” is considered an Indie Rock band, a bit away from my norm so I was definitely excited to see what this band had to offer. I was pleasantly surprised with the eccentricity & the feel good energy this band had. It captures your attention even if you’re not up to listen. Samantha Rex’s voice is hypnotizing & sensual, you find yourself wanting to hear more songs & immediately plugging it into your iPod. The band members are Jan Christiansen on the keys, Pete Hur on the guitar & Bob King on the drums. A band that meshes together perfectly with the different rhythms & diverse musical backgrounds all come together to form the amazing group “The Attic Ends"”
“Still Wondering, Still Wandering: The Attic Ends
The Attic Ends has no ceilings the sky is not even the limit for this soulful band that mixes metaphysical lyrics with visceral production. I had the pleasure of attending their concert last Friday at Arlene’s Grocery on the Lower East Side.
The band is spearheaded by Samantha Rex a deceptively talented singer who toured with a German pop band as teenager. She stepped on the stage in a white sheer chiffon Victorian inspired chemise, and all eyes were affixed on her. She softly asked for some volume, in this light airy voice and I felt like I was entering a dream. She oozes femininity while simultaneously intoxicating your senses en wrapping in their world for the set...”
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