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Jay Sharp

New York
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Jay Sharp ( b 1981) is an accomplished visual artist who has had his work reproduced and displayed throughout the Metropolitan Transit Authority. His work has also shown at the Brooklyn Museum and at the Cooper-Hewitt in NYC. He has studied at LaGuardia for the Performing Arts, Purchase College, the High School of Art and Design, Mark Twain for the Gifted and Talented and Cooper Union.
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  1. Minor Problems
    by The Brooklyn What
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    Sledgehammer Night Sledgehammer Night
  2. Adventures of Hi-Fi in Space
    by EndAnd
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    Far in Between Far in Between
    While all 5 songs on this EP are perfectly recorded and executed, there is a warm 90s feel to Far In Between that made it a staple on the first 20 or so episodes of my Fish Fantasy podcast. EndAnd strike the perfect (and hard to achieve) balance of punk and melody and they recall some of my favorite Fugazi songs often.
  3. Splendid
    by Ravenous
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    Hiway, Holmes Hiway, Holmes
  4. Hot Wine
    by The Brooklyn What
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    Punk Rock Loneliness Punk Rock Loneliness
    I've been a fan of these guy since I randomly caught them at a show in New Paltz that some friends and I decided to check out on a whim. Actually it was probably their name (being a Brooklyn native myself) Their live shows just get better and better (saw them play an incendiary set opening for the Dead Milkmen at the Bowery Ballroom last year) but this record is truly a masterpiece. Brimming with honesty and a brooding self-deprecation and evoking a NYC none of us want to ever forget.
  5. My Dick's Double Full-Length Release
    by My Dick
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    Ironic Dick Ironic Dick
    Aside from the most impressive Springsteen I have ever heard, this pop record reminds you exactly why pop is a naughty word. Like South Park? You'll LOVE this.
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    Better Better Worse Better Better Worse
    This may be my favorite record of 2013. It's short so do your ears and heart a favor and buy it. Play it often. Play it loud. Thank me later.
  7. The Wendigo
    by Slap Bracelets
    The Wendigo The Wendigo
    I can say I've had the unique pleasure of playing in two of the previous bands members of the Slap Bracelets were in (the Barrens and the Scarfs, respectively) but that really wouldn't matter since the first single is so good. A steady, beat- driven tale of deception (or demonic possession?) that manages to somehow (and excitingly) sound modern and retro at once. The Wendigo has quickly become a staple on my Fish Fantasy Radio podcasts. I eagerly await the completion of this EP.
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  8. Don't Wait Up Just Leave The Light On
    by SuperNova Beast
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    I Quit My Part Time Job I Quit My Part Time Job
    the debut release of “SuperNova Beast” by Martin Luque (previously of the Dissenters and Losing You To Tattoos) brings forth the ever-controversial marriage of rock and electronic music.

    The Queens native spent the last couple of years modding out Gameboys and indulging in the chiptune scene found here on Lower East Side and Bushwick in NYC and found the artist sharply changing his direction. A couple of his original songs have been reworked in a startlingly updated fashion to much success.
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  9. Blimpheads
    by Pulcinella
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    Birth Of Blimphead Birth Of Blimphead
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  10. Lovebug
    by Debbie Chou
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    My Darling My Darling
    While this record may be too sad for some, I find it cathartic and beautiful. It often brings a tear to my eye when I listen to it. True, it's mood music through and through with songs that deal with isolation and longing but the haunting melodies and sparse arrangements are augmented by the introspective lyrics which are nothing short of a exacting process of methodical restraint.