Brooklyn Laughing Fingers' bandcamp profile includes the following tags: "rock," "cassette," "death rehearsal," "post-something" and "sometimes heavyish." This represents a wonderful example of how creative types and search engine optimization are not exactly made for each other. But who cares, really, if the post-something duo can produce, in 2014 alone, three intense and beautiful EPs full of sometimes heavyish (but often mellowish) rock that blends roots influences with ambient, slacker rock, and sparse psychedelia. Released as cassettes (we assume) their records are so tight these guys must be rehearsing them to death (hence, they like to jokingly refer to their weekly group meeting as "death rehearsal"). Well, I guess those tags made sense after all... so now you know that next time you feel like listening to "something heavyish" or "post-something" all you have to do is Google it!
Check out "Crutches," streaming below, the opening track from their latest double EP, appropriately titled "Two EPs," and if you like it, check out the rest of their repertoire here - you'll find lots of good songs.