Deli Mag NYC Names TCAH As One Of the Top Emerging Indie Pop Bands of 2015!

Incredibly excited to announce that the Deli NYC has named us one of the top emerging indie pop bands of 2015!   The Deli is one of our biggest supporters and we can’t thank them enough.  Plus, they said I have “elegant melodic talent.”  I’m too elegant to disagree.  Thanks, Deli NYC!

NYC Deli Mag Plugs TCAH Northside Show!

NYC’s Deli Mag was kind enough to plug our Paper Garden Records Northside Fest show with one of the most poetic descriptions of our music we’ve ever heard.

“Their loungy pop is as colorful, multifceted and transparent as a glass marble.”

We just might put that in a song!

Baeble Music Premires “Re-Inking” Vid!

Baeble Music just premiered our new music video for Re-Inking!  It was directed by Matthew Wollin and animated by Will Field.

Writer Don Saas said some really nice things and thinks the song “sounds like the gorgeous offspring of Jamie xx and Chromatics.”


Indie-pop the Vote for “17” on MTVU!

Oh, lookie! vote for vid of “17” to be on mtvU’s Freshmen Block

Indie Shuffle Premieres “Pretty Pretty” Video!

To brighten your Valentine’s Day, the folks at (who premiered our video for 17 a while back) were kind enough to premiere our newest video, Pretty Pretty.  They think our “sense of humor can make anything bearable…even Valentine’s Day” and that if you don’t have a date, the Kennedy James directed video,  is like “your own personal one-on-one” with me.  I’d have to agree.  Lots of blank stares and furtive glances.  See for yourself!



Video Session with Out of Town Films!

Philly’s finest filmmaker collective, Out of Town Films, let us come to their awesome Berks Warehouse location and play a couple songs.  Thanks to Michael,  Paul and Sam for making the video look and sound great.


Check out the video for the first song we did, “Cool Joe,” off our latest Paper Garden Records release, Strange Range.

And thanks for our local Philly Deli Magazine for giving the video and Out of Town Films a nice plug! 


Some More 2013 Year End Love from Sloucher!

One of our favorite indie music blogs, Sloucher, included our latest Paper Garden Records release, Strange Range, in their Best of 2013 post.  Sure, it’s a month or so late but we’ll take it, especially after their original and far too kind review of Strange Range.  

So gracias to senior Sloucher Senor Sam  J. Valdés López for all the kind words!

Kate Bracaglia, Philly’s premiere purveyor of indie-pop, was kind enough to choose our Kung Fu Necktie show with ARMS and Attic Dancers as a Concert Pick of the Week.


the band headlines Kung Fu Necktie, where their sparkling melodies and brass and woodwind-tinged arrangements are sure to brighten your Monday night.


Our Paper Garden Record label mates ARMS are actually headlining but who’s counting?  Thanks, Kate!

Mucho Gracias to La Pop Life!

Mexico’s La Pop Life reviewed the new Malkmus record and said it…

“sounds more like current Of Montreal and The City and Horses: modern pop with sincerity…which in this case is slacker rock filled with dissonant guitars and carefree vocals.”


How on earth we’re mentioned in the same sentence as Stephen Malkmus and Of Montreal is beyond me. But I’ll take the feather and put it in my cap. (Translation courtesy of my amiga Amanda.)

Tubefilter Digs Our Disco!

Tubefilter, an aggregator of online awesomeness, and INDMUSIC, the peeps who monetize Youtube plays, have teamed up to make weekly Must Watch Music Video selections.  And wouldn’t you know it?  They selected our video for 17 as their first Must Watch pick!  


Check it out! 

Nostalgia is common during the holidays, and it’s a welcome feeling. With that in mind, The City and Horses have rolled out ‘17‘, a disco-themed rock tune that arrives just in time for your latest New Year’s playlist and is sure to leave you yearning for a roller disco to pop up in your neighborhood.