Watch Charly Bliss Play Three Songs On The Chris Gethard Show

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Charly Bliss were the musical guests on last week’s midseason premiere of The Chris Gethard Show. They played three songs from last year’s Guppy to the audience (including a very excitable dancing banana) and generally kicked ass. Watch them do “Percolator,” “DQ,” and “Ruby” below.” … More »

Charly Bliss – “The Way You Wear Your Head” (Nada Surf Cover)

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Standing At The Gates: The Songs Of Nada Surf’s Let Go is an upcoming tribute album featuring covers of every song on the New York indie band’s beloved 2003 LP. Among the names contributing music to the project are Aimee Mann, William Tyler, and Charly Bliss, who are known for their excellentMore »

Aimee Mann, Charly Bliss Contribute To Nada Surf Covers LP

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After scoring a freak hit with the Buzz Bin classic “Popular,” New York indie-rockers Nada Surf built themselves into career artists with a devoted cult following. Arguably the most pivotal album in that arc was Let Go, the 2003 release that saw them aligning with longtime label home Barsuk Records for the first time. That … More »

Watch Charly Bliss Cover “All I Want For Christmas Is You” At A 2nd Stereogum Christmas Show

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One week ago today Stereogum and our friends at Ad Hoc hosted A 2nd Stereogum Christmas Show at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn. Charly Bliss, Mannequin Pussy, and Remember Sports all performed, and DJ Gabriela Tully Playmore kept us entertained between sets. It was an awesome night, and it reached its electrifying peak … More »

Photos: A 2nd Annual Stereogum Christmas Show 2017

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We threw our second annual Stereogum Christmas Show last night at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right. Remember Sports and Mannequin Pussy opened with incendiary sets, and headliners Charly Bliss brought down the house with their rendition of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” DJ Tully Playmore shared some festive tunes, and photographer … More »

Watch The Breeders, Iron And Wine, & More Perform In Bed For Kids Facing Cancer

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Every year, the Children’s Cancer Association music program MyMusicRx puts on Bedstock, an online music festival of sorts where artists perform from their beds as a show of solidarity with kids forced to spend the holidays in a hospital bed. The roster of artists participating in the event this year includes the Breeders, Iron & … More »

Charly Bliss – “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (Mariah Carey Cover)

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The jittery, fired-up New York indie rockers released one of this year’s great debut albums with Guppy, and they’re headlining Stereogum’s second annual Christmas show next week. We can only hope that they’ll take the opportunity to play their newest song: A jumpy, ecstatic cover of Mariah Carey’s 1994 holiday classic “More »

Join Us At A 2nd Stereogum Christmas Show In Brooklyn

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Stereogum is happy to announce that A 2nd Stereogum Christmas Show will take place at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on Tuesday, 12/5. Last year’s was such a jolly good time that we decided to do it all again! This year’s show will be headlined by Charly Bliss, who released their debut album More »

Charly Bliss – “Scare U” Video

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There’s not a bad song on Guppy, the exceptional debut album from charged-up New York pop-rockers and Band To Watch honorees Charly Bliss. I’m reminded of this today as they release a video for yet another energizing and super-catchy track. Today’s selection is “Scare U,” an appropriate title for Friday the 13th during … More »

74 Artists On Their Favorite Tom Petty Song

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I once got busted trying to steal a magazine from my hometown library. The 8/8/91 issue of Rolling Stone apparently had one of those sensors on the last page and it beeped from my backpack on the way out. I was gonna bring it back. I just wanted to take it home to read the … More »