May 31, 2016


What is your earliest music memory?


Listening to my dad play the fiddle


Where is your favorite place you've performed, and why?


I love House Concerts the best because the setting is so intimate. There is a true exchange between musician and listener, and it allows for...

May 25, 2016




What is your earliest music memory?


Trevor, "Singing in church choir".

Nyna, "Hearing my Grandpa singing and playing guitar in the living room while my Grandma would harmonize with him from the kitchen."


Where is your favorite place you've performed, and why?



May 25, 2016

From our first meeting at Flatfoot Flatbush's inaugural celebration in December of 2014, I knew there was something very special about Daniela Muhling and Megan Downes, Executive and Artistic Directors (respectively) of New York's City Stompers. As the city's only orga...

May 24, 2016


What is your earliest music memory?


Annie Lenox and Billy Joel, hearing colors in music


Where is your favorite place you've performed, and why?


Cameo Gallery- beautiful decor and top notch sound / monitors


Why did you start playing music?


My mom said i should learn to...

May 24, 2016



What's the best website for listening to your music?


What's your earliest music memory?


Watching Sesame Street


Where's your favorite place you've performed, and why?


A private party in Brooklyn at Plan B. The crowd loved it!


What's your creation pr...

May 20, 2016

A Chat With Porch Stomp Musician Andi Rae Healy! 


What is your earliest music memory:

Listening to my mother's awesome record collection. It's where I developed a love for ABBA, the Beatles, and Fleetwood Mac to say the least.


Where is your favorite place that you have...

May 16, 2016


In some ways, contemporary bluegrass and the music of Thelonious Monk couldn't be farther apart.  While bluegrass often dons the facade of finesse and polish (exemplified by seemingly endless outpouring of melismatic figures), Thelonious Monk is somewhat 'quirkier' wi...

May 12, 2016


Less than a year ago, we noticed quite a buzz coming from Astoria, Queens when our dear friend Jenny Gnirke began working hard to document musicians from across the NYC music scene.  In a quaint little room, musicians gather to bare their souls before the camera,  lea...

May 6, 2016



After reviewing Mt. Thelonious's new video for "In The Pines", I walked away with only one word in mind: experience.


With no shortage of originalities, self proclaimed "chamber folk" band Mt. Thelonious merges many worlds to craft their artistic pallet.  Their songs...

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