Nat and Alex Warm Things Up in NYC

By Paula Araujo

Last month, Nat and Alex Wolff formerly known as the Naked Brothers Band played a show at their old stomping ground, Nuyorican Poets Cafe. The little venue was filled to the brim with warmth as fans in the crowd included their parents, and even former band mate Qaasim came out to support.  Joining the brotherly duo on stage was another brother, Jack from the band AJR. The setlist included a few debut songs such as “Glue” and “All Over You”. They even took suggestions from the audience and made up a song called “Apple Waffles”.  Fans were treated to favorites such as “Lullaby” “Passing Through” and “Tenderly”.  The show was incredibly intimate and felt as though you were just catching them jamming in the comfort of their living room with friends.

Nat and Alex are not only extremely talented musicians, but incredibly down to earth human beings. You would have no idea that they’re currently rising stars on the big screen. They could easily be making much more money off their music if they wanted to by playing larger venues and charging more for tickets plus meet and greets. There’s a reason they keep coming back to this cafe and why they happily stick around after the show and really take the time to chat and meet their fans. Their kindness and hospitality radiates and resonates in way that is hard to find elsewhere in the industry. Their love and craft of music is pure and their appreciation of their fans doesn’t go unnoticed. If that’s not love, then what is.



January Playlist

A new year that is already filled with tons of new music! Here is our playlist for this month! Be sure to follow us on Spotify and let us know what songs you’d like to see featured in future playlists by commenting below or tweeting us!

Nat & Alex Take Us To ‘Public Places’

By Paula Araujo

Is it possible that you got so swept up in the holidays and the festive music that maybe there was a chance some last minute new releases slipped by you?  Okay, I’ll admit that this was the case for me. Now with the new year, it’s a great time to catch up on those overlooked tunes. Nat & Alex Wolff’s EP Public Places is the perfect transition from the end of one year into a brand new one.

December 16, 2016 marked the brotherly duo’s first full length release since 2011. Up until now, they released a few stand alone singles in 2014 and even played a few shows while focusing on their acting careers. This record was a long time coming, and very well worth the wait. Continue reading “Nat & Alex Take Us To ‘Public Places’”