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APM Indie Artists Live: Say 'Hello' to Emily Gabriele and the New Sound of New York City Indie Rock

Updated: Apr 26


APM Indie Artists Live
Emily Gabriele

There are a lot of things to be said about how New York City is losing its edge in the name of progress. The gentrification of neighborhoods, the erosion of ethnic culture, and the inaccessibility of art, to name a few. From a musical point of view, what were once incubators of underground rock music have become glossy and trendy venues that serve $20 artisan food and drinks. There are a few joints that still book homegrown indie artists, but they are often booked along with dance parties and comedy shows. But, true to the character of New York, the indie scene that was last prominent in the early 2000s, is starting to reclaim lost ground, and singer-songwriter Emily Gabriele is one of those who are planting flags on recovered land. 

 

Emily is one of the most prolific artists in the New York scene today. Her sound is a cross between 90s icon Alanis Morissette, Aussie indie wonder, Courtney Barnett, and the current darling of pop rock, Olivia Rodrigo. Her three-track EP, Here Comes Trouble, released under Stacks to Tracks and distributed by APM Music is a gem filled with hard-driving rock loaded with enough anger and grit to wake up anyone or anything dormant.  

 

Emily recently visited the APM Music headquarters in Hollywood and performed her single "Hello" live and acoustic. She was also one of the indie artists who graced the stage at The Parkside Lounge in New York for APM's 2nd Indie Artists Showcase

 

 

Watch Emily Gabriele's APM Indie Artists Live in-office performance. 

 


 

Listen to Emily's EP, Here Comes Trouble. All tracks are available for licensing via APM Music. 





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