"Spectacular. Beautiful. Entrancing." 
- Impose Magazine

"Atlas Engine’s signature blend of indie rock & dream pop features hook-filled anthems, soaring melodies, & evocative introspection." New Noise Magazine

"Invokes a feeling of transience...rolling and adventurous" The Wild Honey Pie

"Melody-driven indie rock saturated with lush, dream-pop elements" The Deli

 "A high-quality work of art, with a feeling of continuity that is rare to find
these days" Impose Magazine

”Dreamy atmospheres and delicate falsettos reminiscent of Currents-era Tame Impala, Grizzly Bear, or Wild Nothing” Vents magazine

"Vocals soar over supple basslines, gentle synths with layered and intricate guitar work...a powerful rollercoaster that uplifts the spirit and gets the feet tapping" Pancakes & Whiskey

"Skillfully crafted…stunning melodies” AudioFemme

“Atlas Engine has all but perfected the art of crafting tracks that sound larger than life” - Bushwick Daily

“[Running] is the perfect summer dream pop song with lyrics that crush you just a little bit.” - Left Bank Magazine


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More Features and Reviews 

Spotify - Fresh Finds: Six Strings Playlist ("This is the Place") 

KX93.5 - King of the Beach contest winner ("Ghost on the Shore")

The Deli Magazine - Emerging Artists

We Love This - Song of the Day ("Take Me Away")

Tremr Magazine - Interview/Concert Review

Cool Dad Music - "This is the Place" Feature 

Bucket of Nails - Weekly Playlist ("This is the Place")

Lucy Out Loud - SPF16 Summer Playlist ("Everest")  

Ear to the Ground Music - "Tunes for a Rainy Saturday" ("Everest")

Pop Soup - Best Tracks of the Week ("Everest")

Vents Magazine - Interview

All Access Music - Interview

Look at My Records - Podcast Interview

Pancakes and Whiskey - Don't Stop Now Premiere

Super World Indie Tunes - Shadow Dancer Review

New Noise Magazine - Shadow Dancer Video Premiere

Contact hello@atlasengine.net for more info

Atlas Engine is an indie/dream rock band formed by Brooklyn Multi-instrumentalist Nick LaFalce. 

Coming from a musical family, LaFalce started with the guitar at six years old, at the request of his older brother who had picked up their father's drums. From there, the two filled their basement with any instrument they could find.

LaFalce started playing in various bands in middle school and, with a hand-me-down four-track, taught himself the basics of DIY recording. This later led to him self-recording, producing, and playing all instruments on his debut solo EP, "After the End", under the name Atlas Engine in 2016.

Atlas Engine has been building its presence in NYC and online, recently being featured on Spotify's "Fresh Finds" and Pandora's "Today's Indie" playlists.