Tag: Jocelyn Mackenzie

Jocelyn Mackenzie – “Unlovely EP”

Jocelyn Mackenzie – “Unlovely EP”

Pearl and The Beard were one of Brooklyn’s finest bands when they split up last year. The trio created truly special music. Though the split was sad, it excited fans at what might be next for the former members. Jocelyn Mackenzie’s powerful voice was a huge part of the equation, and she just released her first solo EP, Unlovely. Mackenzie’s […]

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Northside Music Day 2 Recap and Review

Yesterday, we covered Northside Festival’s first day of music. Today I take a look at Day two, which again was full of incredible, varied acts including Grandmaster Flash, The World Is a Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid To Die, Colleen Green, M.A.K.U. Soundystem, and No One and the Somebodies among many, many others. Again, difficult choices had […]

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Pearl and The Beard – “Beast”

Pearl and The Beard – “Beast”

New York three-piece Pearl and The Beard have been releasing some really amazing music since their first record God Bless Your Weary Soul, Amanda Richardson in 2009.  Their 2011 record Killing The Darlings was full of folk pop goodness and infectious toe tapping tunes as well as gorgeous instrumentation from the trio of guitarist Jeremy Styles, multi-instrumentalist Emily Hope Price, and percussionist […]

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Pearl and the Beard – “Again Animal”

Pearl and the Beard – “Again Animal”

We’ve been patiently awaiting Beast, the upcoming record from Brooklyn trio Pearl and the Beard. This week, they’re sharing “Again Animal”, an example of exactly why we can’t wait to hear Beast. “Again Animal” is everything we love about this band. The three-part harmonies of Jocelyn Mackenzie, Jeremy Styles, and Emily Hope Price are simply stunning. The energy from the […]

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