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premiere: Harlem – Cry Now Cry Later
We last heard from Coomers + Curtis of Harlem just over a year ago, when they shared their genuinely haunting rendition of a Lana Del Rey song, sparking hope that the duo might be working on new stuff of their own. Well we're psyched to confirm that the group has a new LP called Oh Boy coming someti…
Harlem returns with haunting Lana Del Rey cover, tour
We were very psyched to hear from our old friend Coomers over the weekend, who wrote to let us know the awesome news that his band Harlem, one of our all-time TX favorites, is back. They'll play one show in Austin this weekend before heading Down Under for a lil Australian tour, and they've also rev…
video: Lace Curtains – The Fly
Here's another sweet track from Lace Curtains' new album A Signed Piece of Paper, starring a happy-go-lucky (or possibly very lonely, flies don't really show any emotion) skateboarding fly, directed by Giovanni Duca and Coomers. A Signed Piece of Paper is out October 28 on Female Fant…
Lace Curtains – Wilshire and Fairfax
An unlikely, and very lovely, lament for the Notorious B.I.G. from our man Coomers, aka Lace Curtains (the song's title, of course, references the the LA intersection where Biggie was killed), taken from his forthcoming LP. A Signed Piece of Paper is out October 28 via Coomers' own Female …
Grape St. – “Charmed Life”
When Harlem's Michael Coomer hit us up over the weekend about his awesome new Lace Curtains joint, he mentioned that Curtis O'Mara -- the other founding half of Harlem -- had started a new band called Grape St., and that it too was pretty dope...
mp3: Lace Curtains – “High Fantasy”

We were just sent a great new song by Michael Coomer of Harlem, a guy who happens to be one of our favorite songwriters of the last few years (see "Someday Soon," "Gay Human Bones," "South of France," etc.). He has a new "band-ish thing" called Lace Curtains, …

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