WE ARE NOT TRUMP - Volume Two

By David Joseph Hunt

February 20, 2017

Undersea is proud to be featured as part of the WE ARE NOT TRUMP - Volume Two  compilation to benefit Planned Parenthood. This compilation features local musicians who oppose Trump's actions and his rhetoric. 

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Chatter and Talk

By Matthew Vincenty

June 17, 2016

 

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David's April 2016 playlist

By David Joseph Hunt

April 8, 2016

Its only April, but 2016 has already had some pretty cool music. I wanted to share some of the music that I have been listenning to lately.

Stream this playlist on Spotify or Apple Music.

Most of the tracks are from this year, with a few released last year. Here is my April playlist:

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Winter Lungs

By Matthew Vincenty

April 1, 2016

 

We are pleased to announce the release of our sixth single "Winter Lungs"! It is now available wherever fine music is sold.

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Tape/Loop

By Matthew Vincenty

December 18, 2015

 

We are pleased to announce the release of our newest single "Tape/Loop"! It is now available wherever fine music is sold. 

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Used to Believe

By Matthew Vincenty

September 18, 2015

We are pleased to announce the release of our newest single "Used to Believe"! It is now available wherever fine music is sold. Like our single Your Teeth Shake it features artwork from Ariél Torres.

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Shadow Bully by AM to AM 

By David Joseph Hunt

August 13, 2015

Brooklyn-based AM to AM's debut full length album Shadown Bully drops Friday August 14th, and it should not be missed! The band blends pop, hard-rock, and electronic influences to create some very heavy yet very danceable tracks. You hear the first single Tilting at Windmills below: 

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Apple Music: First impressions

By David Joseph Hunt

June 30, 2015

The inevitable rise in the popularity of music streaming services has transformed the way that we interact with music (arguably both for the better and for the worse). On one hand, I have the world's greatest record collection at my disposal, but on the other hand, I often find myself paralyzed by the amount of music and gravitating towards that which I am already familiar with. Similarly, I get exposed to more new music than ever, while simultaneously spending less time sitting with and digesting that music. Additionally, there has been a fundamental shift in our perceived monetary value of music, which raises all kinds of issues for both burgeoning startups services and struggling artists. 

Today Apple's answer to streaming music launched into this volatile, yet growing industry. Apple Music aims to connect tastemakers, artists, and fans in new ways to create an all in one destination for music. While I was pretty skeptical of another service promising to "save" music, Trent Reznor and co. have managed to deliver on a unique, personal musical experience. Here are some of my initial impressions with regards to Apple Music: 

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Your Teeth Shake Drums

By Matthew Vincenty

June 29, 2015

 

Check out Seth run through the drums on Your Teeth Shake for a Cakewalk drum production workshop
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Boston music scene staple, TT the Bear's Place, to close this summer

By David Joseph Hunt

June 5, 2015

If you have lived in or around the Boston metropolitan area, you have probably heard of a divey, live music bar called TT the Bear's Place. This Cambridge rock club—with arguable the greatest venue name in all of New England—has been a consistent haven for local music fans and a chrysallis for up-and-coming bands. From The Pixies to The Smashing Pumpkins, dozens of iconic acts have rocked TTs. And after over 40+ years in business and 30+ years of showcasing live music seven nights a week, TT the Bear's Place will close, later this summer. 

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