American Myth Recordings began as a project run out of an apartment in Brooklyn. Though short lived as an active company, the label and those behind it had some incredible successes bringing great music to the world through exposure for its artists in Rolling Stone, NPR, Spin, American Songwriter, Paste Magazine, Under The Radar, MTV, Nylon, the Carson Daly show and many other national outlets.
The label is currently on hiatus but you can read periodic updates on our alumni here from time to time as well periodic posts about which new artists we’re currently enjoying.
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If there’s been one thing consistent about 2011 it’s been us coming back to listen to British band Standard Fare‘s album The Noyelle Beat over and over and over again!
Take a listen to our favorite song here, and then check the excellent video for another great single “Philadelphia”
Stunning vocals twinged with slightly minor a cappella notes make Pepi Ginsberg‘s style all her own, as is her tendency to write admirable prose in her bathtub. “The Waterline” is a few years aged, but Pepi plays Brooklyn’s Cameo Gallery tonight and suggests that she may offer a taste of some new tracks.
Off the frenetic super-synth duo’s new album from March is “Cryosphere,” like GAMES in a running-from-a-panther sort of way, but this time, you’re jazzercizing.
The pair play Saint Vitus Bar in Greenpoint tonight!
Brooklyn-hailing sludgy rockers bring you grunge romance with their fresh cover of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game,” released as a 7″ just a week ago. Be sure to check ’em out on Thursday at 285 Kent with Real Estate and Vacation!
This Jackson Heights-birthed band has been around the bend, but they continue to impress with their ’60s/garage mashup style that has a range of style: all the swoons of “I Think I Might’ve Built A Horse” and that faded pool party vibe of “Pick Another Corner.”
If scratchy witnesses to long-gone times, The Beets‘ tunes are still entirely fresh.
This unsigned, Boston-based Happiest Lion makes folksy twangs partnered with sensitive poetry. A bit Akron/Family-esque, they’re guaranteed to get you shakin’ your mane.