LYMBYC SYSTEM SHARE MINIMALIST-DANCE CUT “PARABOLOID”
rothers Jared and Michael Bell have been making music together as Lymbyc Systym since 2004. Though Jared resides in Brooklyn and Michael in Phoenix, their years of shared experience and deep connection through music have helped them develop a remarkably rened and fluid cross-country writing process.
TUNNEL VISION “MY RIGHT”
San Diego’s newest rising musical export Tunnel Vision have released their self-titled debut album Tunnel Vision on Whiskey Barrel Records, produced by Grammy Award-winning James M. Wisner (Snoop Lion, Slightly Stoopid). In conjunction with the album release, the band has announced the blistering track “My Right” as the first single, impacting at radio now. Listen to the song now online and purchase the album available at iTunes. Kicking off an epic 50+ date tour run earlier this summer, catch Tunnel Vision out on the road now! A complete list of current shows is below, with additional dates to be added. For up-to-date-information check out the band online at: www.TunnelVisionSC.com.
SCARFACE GEARS UP FOR THE RELEASE OF HIS NEW ALBUM
On the eve of the release of his 12th studio album, Deeply Rooted, Hip-Hop pioneer Scarface delivers a visual for the album’s third offering, “Mental Exorcism,” that at once captures the maturity of the album and pays homage to the many instances that have given rise and strength to the Black Lives Matter movement. “Mental Exorcism” is only available with the Best Buy purchase of the album. Produced by Scarface, Deeply Rooted comes from his own Let’s Talk/BMG label and is released is in stores tomorrow, Friday, September 4th.
NIGHTJACKET PREMIERE NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “THE RIGHT WAY TO FALL” WITH CMJ
Los Angeles CA-based dream-pop quintet Nightjacket have released the brand new music video for their single “The Right Way To Fall.” Taken from the band’s debut EP, Eternal Phase, “The Right Way To Fall” was directed by filmmaker James Pillion of Gyroscope Productions and is a subtly lush, sun-dappled visual that is currently premiering over at CMJ.com.
TEMPLE OF BAAL, METAL INJECTION LAUNCH NEW TRACK “HOSANNA”
French black/death metal veteran, Temple of Ball, has teamed up with MetalInjection.net to launch a brand new track, “Hosanna,” taken from the band’s upcoming fifth studio album, Mysterium, out October 2 on Agonia Records. Stream “Hosanna” exclusively at:
BLACK YO)))GA NEW SINGLE
Asanas Ritual, Vol. 1 is the forthcoming new full-length composed and performed by the BLACK YO)))GA Meditation Ensemble, an eclectic group of metallic hippies and doomlords, headed up by BLACK YO)))GA founders, 200-hour RYT-certified instructor, Kimee Massie and her husband Scott Massie.
BLACK YO)))GA — vinyasa style yoga set to drone, noise, stoner metal, ambient, industrial, space doom, and other traditional meditation music — incorporates basic poses in a relaxed environment, while focusing on safe body mechanics. It’s a traditional yoga class in practice, however darker than what you may typically associate with the practice in the Western world. Since its 2012 inception, the music for classes has been a series of mix tapes… until now.
DONN T RELEASES LYRIC VIDEO FOR REMIX OF NEW SINGLE “LAST BREATH”
A few weeks ago, singer/songwriter Donn T unveiled a remix of the song “Last Breath,” produced by her brother, Grammy-winner Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson. The remix is now available digitally, and is also accompanied by a lyric video. The lyric video for the “Last Breath” remix was helmed by creative production team IdEgoSuperego Media, who also helmed Donn T’s clips for “Waiting” and “Midnight”. They are also working on “Last Breath”‘s official video, which is scheduled to drop at the beginning of October.
LONG BEACH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
The Long Beach International Film Festival (LBIFF) will be celebrating its 4th Anniversary as they bring a fresh line up of exciting films from around the world to Long Island. Taking place September 24-27th primarily in the City of Long Beach, NY the event will once again branch off into Rockville Centre as well. There are also three new screening venues to expand its film programming – along with filmmaker’s lounges and after parties at local restaurants and hotels.
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano stated, “The Long Beach International Film Festival continues to provide an opportunity for filmmakers to come and see the types of filming locations Nassau County has to offer. Whether it’s our beaches, mansions, suburban areas and, of course, Gold Coast Studios and Grumman Studios, Nassau County is becoming the Hollywood East of the film and television production industry.”
Over 4,000 festival goers came out to support the festival’s “Taste on the Beach” and “Shorts on the Beach” August 7th, that offered a preview of films and cuisine that September’s event will bring. LBIFF is ramping up for its premiere events, films, industry panels, red carpets, and parties September 24th-27th!
JOHN MARK NELSON’S NEW ALBUM NOW STREAMING IN FULL
John Mark Nelson’s new album, I’m Not Afraid, is now streaming in full exclusively at AllMusic. Of the album, the site praises, “…a warm, easy listen that plays to Nelson’s strengths as a writer of tight, effective songs that target the pleasure centers directly as opposed to any sort of delayed gratification.”
LEGION OF ANDROMEDA ALBUM STREAM
As Crucial Blast prepares to release the CD version of the Iron Scorn debut by Tokyo-based industrialized death/doom duo, LEGION OF ANDROMEDA, the label has issued an official video track stream of the intense album-opening movement, “Transuranic Ejaculation.”
MADEAUX NEW EP STREAM
Madeaux makes his Fool’s Gold debut with the perfectly-titled New Wav EP, reshaping North American dance music in his own image and injecting a needed dose of synth pop realness in the process. The six EP tracks are a wildly diverse bunch, connecting the dots between decades of inspirations. “Kill For Me” bangs like a lost Depeche Mode anthem, while A-Trak collab “Lost In Translation” is the unexpected warehouse jam of the year. Nowhere are these genre-splices more powerful than on New Wav’s title track, where Madeaux flips Kaleena Zanders’ postmodern diva vocals over high-NRG synths and a Miami bass-gone-Berlin drop. The tide is high for this one, and the future most definitely belongs to Madeaux.
IYAZ “ALIVE” SINGLE
Multi-Platinum, singer-songwriter IYAZ – best known for his smash hit “Replay”, which was featured as part of an iPod campaign, sold a staggering 15-million singles, and climbed to #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 – has staged his comeback and has launched it with his first official single in four years. IYAZ has released the lyric video for “Alive” featuring Nash of Hot Chelle Rae and has announced that he’ll be performing the track for the first time on The TODAY Show, September 28th. This also marks the singer’s first TV performance in four years.
CICADA RHYTHM NEW SINGLE
Four years later, Cicada Rhythm’s selftitled album meanders through folk, rock, Americana, and further afield, but this shared sense of what makes music powerful binds all of the songs together. At the center of their appeal is the mystery of how the interplay between two different sounds – whether it be the spirited fingerpicking of guitar dancing over the rising swell of the bass, or their voices layering into sweet harmony – fills the space in between with meaning. In Cicada Rhythm, this space is explored with a fervent intensity that is belied by the effortless elegance of the arrangements.
SUPER DUPER NEW SINGLE
Vitalic Noise is excited to bring you the second single from our latest label signing Super Duper from Nashville, TN. Having teamed up in the past, Nashville-based musicians Super Duper and Remmi are certainly on the same wavelength when it comes to formulating electronic-leaned pop, as their latest collaboration on “Innocence” portrays. Hilly Dilly writes “With Super Duper’s forthcoming album, Sessions Volume 1, on the horizon, this is yet another track that indicates the talent’s continual ability to warp and experiment in the several alcoves of electronic he purveys”.
DEAD SOFT “THE WIND”
The track comes out ahead of a tour and handful of dates that finds the band hitting some key locales across the entirety of the U.S. and parts of Canada – all of the dates can be found below. Additionally, on the tail-end of the tour, Dead Soft plans on re-hitting some cities alongside indie showstoppers Bully!
RICHARD OSBORN PREVIEWS FIRST SINGLE “NIGHT SIDEWALKS”
Richard Osborn is very pleased to announce his second album Freehand today, and share the first glimpse of the new LP in the form of “Night Sidewalks”, a gently meandering improvised raga played in the “American Raga” style that is most representative of Richard’s growing body of work.
BROKEN FLESH ALBUM SAMPLER
BROKEN FLESH unleash their self-titled, full-length onslaught via Luxor Records on September 4, 2015. The new album features ten brand new tracks and two rerecorded tracks from the band’s 2009 debut, Forever In Flames, and is produced by As They Sleep’s Nick Morris. You can order the brand new album here: Physical | Digital
If you have not already sampled the album, take a quick listen via NoCleanSigning.com.
THE OH HELLOS’ “DEAR WORMWOOD” PREMIERES AT PASTE
“Dear Wormwood,” the title track from beloved brother and sister act The Oh Hellos’ highly anticipated new album, is premiering now at Paste. The duo, Maggie and Tyler Heath, spoke to Paste about the song and their creative process on Dear Wormwood, due October 16 distributed through Elektra Records.
JAMES LEG’S LATEST SOLO ALBUM STREAM
This is a rare raw delight. All hail the Reverend. – CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE
AER RELEASE OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR BUZZ SINGLE “THE RAIN”
The Fresh Aer Movement is well under way, and now is the time to hop on board. Aer, the highly infectious and virtually indescribable duo, is set to embark on a massive fall tour and just released the official video for “The Rain,” the latest single from their acclaimed new album One Of A Kind.
Highlighted by stellar cinematography, the video tells the story of a couple whose relationship has run dry, and end up with other people.
M.C. LOGIC “THE LISTENER”
Detroit-bred Virginia-based M.C. Logic presents “The Listener”, the single from Personal Legend, his new album produced by fellow Virginia resident Dub-L-Oh-Skytzo. Inspired to pursue a rap career after reading Paulo Coelho’s book The Alchemist, M.C. Logic has released seven independent music projects including The Rhapsody, also produced by Dub-L-Oh-Skytzo. M.C. Logic describes the single as “a dedication to the people who take the time to listen to my music and for those who just truly have an appreciation for music. I’m a listener as well as an artist so it’s also a dedication track to the artists that I listened to who influenced me.”
MAX FROST “WITHDRAWAL”
Atlantic recording artist Max Frost has announced the release of his new EP. “INTOXICATION” arrives everywhere on Friday, September 25th.
“INTOXICATION” – which follows the Austin, TX-based tunesmith’s much-admired 2013 debut EP, “LOW HIGH LOW” – is highlighted by the new single, “Withdrawal.” The track premiered last week on the music blog Indie Shuffle and went on to hit #1 on the Hype Machine’s “Most Popular Tracks on Blogs Now” chart. “Withdrawal” is now available at all digital retailers.
WALK THE MOON’S “SHUT UP AND DANCE” SETS NEW RECORD ON BILLBOARD’S HOT ROCK SONGS CHART
With its 24th week at No. 1, WALK THE MOON’s smash hit “Shut Up and Dance” set the record for the most time spent atop Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs chart. The hit song beat out Hozier’s “Take Me To Church”, which led the Hot Rock Songs chart for 23 weeks (November-April 2014), as well as Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” (April-September 2013).
SUPERHUMANOIDS’ NEW ALBUM ‘DO YOU FEEL OK?’ NOW ON SPIN.COM
LA indie electro-pop trio, SUPERHUMANOIDS have offered an advance listen of their new album, ‘Do You Feel Ok?’ via SPIN.com. The eleven track LP includes previous released singles “Anxious In Venice” and “Norwegian Black Metal,” as well as “Touch Me,” which premiered on NYLON.com last week. SPIN describes the effort as “melancholy synth-pop pleasures,” adding “it expands and contracts with carefree dance hooks and burbling synth-lines, but there’s a wistful undertone.”