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Brooklyn, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2018

Brooklyn, New York, United States
Established on Jan, 2018
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"Parlors 'State Lines'"

Newly formed Parlors drop their debut track State Lines. The alternative rock act couldn’t have come out at a better time with a regenerated interest in the classic rock sound. Moreover, the NYC based 4 piece indie rock outfit sound like seasoned professionals. According to the group, “their repertoire spans from hazy, desert-inspired tunes that might be heard at a dive bar in Tucson to 4-on-the-floor stompers”. Give it a Stream! - Kings of A&R

"Rising NYC indie rock artist Parlors play Nublu on 11.30"

Debut single “State Lines” recently brought NYC indie rock band Parlors under our radar; smooth yet gritty, packed with overdriven guitar riffs, and driven by Matt Fullam’s steady and raspy vocals, the track offers an inventive sound that's polished with just enough of a bite. The tempo ebbs and flows along with mild instrumental build-ups, while remaining laced within a catchier songwriting flair. The group is recently formed but has already landed a show at uber-cool Lower East Side venue Nublu, scheduled for 11.30, during which they will release their debut 3-song EP. - Rebecca Carrols - The Deli


Parlors, a four-piece indie rock gem out of NYC have debuted their first single “State Lines”. Helmed by Matt Fullam with additional songwriting by his brother Dan (drums), the band’s latest track is undoubted your next indie rock addiction. “State Lines” begins with a sharply rising guitar riff followed by Matt’s smooth yet grit-filled vocals. The song keeps a high tempo throughout it’s entirety with a well-crafted guitar solo nestled within. Be sure to keep an eye and an ear out for these fellas – big things are sure to come. - Get Some Magazine

"‘State Lines’ by Parlors Is Rolling, Dry NYC Indie Rock"

‘State Lines’ by Parlors is rolling, dry indie rock out of New York City. This debut single demonstrates “the band’s penchant for layering a catchy riff on top of a bass-driven groove,” they say. The group’s “repertoire spans from hazy, desert-inspired tunes that might be heard at a dive bar in Tucson,” the band claims, “to 4-on-the-floor stompers.” This definitely has a kind of vaguely psychedelic, desert rock but it manifests itself in a straightforward, more pop-oriented way. The rhythm sections holds the groove down nicely – especially those laid-back walking bass lines. At the same time, some expressive guitar work and a character-rich vocal approach helps solidify the band’s overall tone. This is a well-crafted track from an up-and-coming artist. Check out ‘State Lines’ below! - Rock the Pigeon




After years of initial demos and a number of attempted band names, Parlors took to the studio in 2018 after honing in on where they wanted their sound to go. Recorded in the heat of a New York summer, Parlors is instead apt to soundtrack the twilight hours of an autumn evening in this same city the band calls home. Melodies from both Matt Fullam (vocals, guitar) and lead guitarist Hart Mechlin dance on top of a hefty rhythm section backed by Matt’s brother Dan on drums and bassist Matt DaSilva. Debut single ‘State Lines’ earned the band a feature in Kings of A&R as well as The Deli, with a string of shows set in the coming months. Through a concoction that might have otherwise required the Eagles (of 1972) to abandon their acoustic guitars and invite Queens of the Stone Age for a ride east to meet The Strokes in an East Village studio, Parlors have found a fresh take on modern indie rock while keeping one eye in the rearview on their influences who have come before.

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