THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS NEW SONG “THERE’S A PLACE”
The All-American Rejects return today with a new song, “There’s A Place,” which was written while the band’s singer Tyson Ritter was in London shooting the feature film Miss You Already, directed by Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, Thirteen). “There’s A Place” can be heard in the trailer for the film. Its accompanying video, directed by Hardwicke with a cameo from Toni Collette, premieres on Vevo today.
STURMOVIK “MATTER’S NOT” SINGLE
STURMOVIK contains two current members of Polish death metal horde, The Dead Goats — Radosław Pierściński and Paweł Bartulewicz — the lineup rounded out by Błazej Kasprzak, Mariusz Rzepnicki and Krzysztof Drabikowski. The caustic d-beat/crustpunk attack the outfit delivers will definitely appeal to all fans of Disfear, Wolfbrigade, Genocide SS, Victims, Hellshock and Martyrdöd. Recorded earlier this year, the band’s Destination Nowhere debut album boasts nine energetic anthems culminating into a half-hour of powerful, infectious tunes set to smash the system to nothingness.
“Matters Not” is the opening track from song from STURMOVIK’s upcoming Destination Nowhere album and the first track to be made available to the public.
KISKA NEW SINGLE
Philadelphia 4-piece alternative rock outfit Kiska –formerly known as Desoto Jones (Deep Elm), is premiering a new song titled “Tear The Dark Down” off their upcoming debut self-titled LP on Absolutepunk, which says, “If you yearn for the post-hardcore sound from the 90s then you’re gonna love (it).”
PROMISE & THE MONSTER NEW SINGLE
In conjunction with the news of their signing to Bella Union, Stockholm band Promise & the Monster have announced their third album Feed The Fire out January 22nd. In addition to these exciting announcements they have also shared the first track ‘Time of the Season.’ The track—eerie and evocative—pulses along, guided in tandem by moody arrangements and the ghostly resonance of front woman Billie Lindalhl’s voice. The band has expressed that “when we recorded (Time Of The Season) we talked about making it sound like ABBA if they where an early 80’s goth band.” And, really, this melding of sixties/seventies-era pop with shadowy undertones is definitive of the standout showing they’ve put forth with Feed The Fire.
MARTIN CRANE NEW SINGLE
On November 20 Martin Crane is set to release his first solo effort, Physical Therapy on INSCAPE. Though Physical Therapy is the first under his own name, Martin has been in music for years as the main force behind Brazos (Dead Oceans) and as the composer/music supervisor of projects such as the Academy Award nominated Cutie and the Boxer and Hugh the Hunter (2015 Sundance premier). The trap-inspired album track “Gunk of Stars” is available to stream over at The FADER and on SoundCloud.
OVER SANDS “NEW YEAR”
London brothers Over Sands have revealed a second track from their self-titled debut EP and announced their first show which will also serve as the launch party for the release. New Year has just gone live on their soundcloud whilst their free entry debut show will be held on the 25th of November at The Sebright Arms.
New Year follows its eerie predecessor Hounds (which premiered on The Line of Best Fit in early October) and shifts the tone into something more expansive and elevating with whilst still remaining curiously unsettling. Though it’s what you might expect from an act that announced their existence with a psychedelic cover of the Twin Peaks theme.
LIVE NATION TV ‘TALESWAPPERS”
Today, Live Nation TV debuts the newest episode of Taleswappers, LNTV’s series featuring two artists in conversation. This episode brings together Kiesza and Joey Bada$$, two unlikely collaborators who have spent the last two years surprising everyone with astounding collaborations like “Bad Thing” and “Teach Me.”
For this episode of Taleswappers, Joey and Kiesza bond over everything from their mutual hatred of scary movies to their musical inspirations. They also take some time to debate the existence of aliens (Spoiler Alert: They both want to believe) and the merits of being on the first people to head to Mars. Watch the full segment below.
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NEW SINGLE BY TERMANOLOGY
Termanology & Reks team up on Panoramic, the first single off ST. Records producer Billy Loman’ s debut album “9-5”. Dropping 2016.
BILLY SHERWOOD NEW SONG
n writing the song, “The Citizen,” Billy Sherwood’s main goal was to set up his concept album, CITIZEN, about a lost soul reincarnated in different eras. Almost modeling the album’s opening after the beginning scroll of the movie STAR WARS, he wanted the lyrics show how one thing could change the course of history. “I think people need to listen to the album once, and then start again with the song ‘The Citizen’ as it shows that the guy has already been there throughout history.”
Billy’s aware that the song “The Citizen” can also stand on its own, and—thus—be interpreted in other ways including the responsibility of citizens being informed. “That is the cool thing about music, people can read a lot of things into it. It shows how the music relates to the listener.”
COUNTRY HITMAKER JUSTIN MOORE SERVES UP NEW MUSIC
Arkansas native and chart-topping singer/songwriter Justin Moore offers fans a taste of new music today, releasing lead single “You Look Like I Need a Drink” (The Valory Music Co.) to radio and digital retailers. This upbeat breakup song, written by Rodney Clawson, Matt Dragstrem and Natalie Hemby and produced by Jeremy Stover, Julian Raymond and Scott Borchetta, showcases Justin’s signature mix of vocal twang and clever lyrics — proof that traditional country will always reign.
HORRORCORE RAPPER SEDATED UNLEASHES A VIDEO FOR “LOADED GUN”
Sedated may not be a household name yet, but he is hoping that starts to change with his new PUSH PAUSE EP release and the debut of his groundbreaking new A LOADED GUN video and iTunes instant grat track.
ROCKS FOE NEW SINGLE
Info on Croydon’s shadowy firespitter & beat sculptor Rocks FOE is scarce. He poses a unique combination attack, with a rap style that combines the catch-all hooks of grime with the sheer lyrical dominance of classic US rappers like Pharaohe Monch & GZA.
Beginning his path into music production and emceeing around 12 years old with the help of a Dance Ejay 4, 22 year old Rocks FOE takes the suburbs sharp edge and blunt approach alongside a mixture of influences from video game composers like Final Fantasy soundtrack creator Nobuo Uematsu and Street Fighter II’s Yoko Shimomura to UK grime legends like Wiley and Dizzee Rascal.
HONNE SHARE ACOUSTIC VIDEO FOR “I CAN GIVE YOU HEAVEN”
Today, London based duo HONNE share their new video for the acoustic version of “I Can Give You Heaven.” The stripped-down, piano-driven version is a beautiful contrast to the beat centric original from their Over Lover EP, released last month.
ERIMHA UNLEASH VIDEO FOR “THE FIRST LAW”
Metal victors ERIMHA and TERRORIZER MAGAZINE have unveiled the video “The First Law,” the initial clip from their haunting new album, Thesis Ov Warfare, available everywhere tomorrow.
TWELVE24 NEW SINGLE
Twelve24’s music has scored comparisons to Macklemore (for their deep lyrical content and independence) and Calvin Harris (for their euphoric dance style). But ultimately, the band’s sound is entirely their own. They are fiercely protective of their artistic vision, writing and producing all of their tracks themselves, with the help of a close team of studio collaborators. Their music is not only catchy and ‘feel-good’ but is influenced by their personal stories and a positive, inspiring message refined by years of touring.
SWORN IN PREMIERE LYRIC VIDEO FOR “SUGAR LIPS”
Metalcore band Sworn In has premiered the lyric video for “Sugar Lips” exclusively with VEVO. The song is off the band’s sophomore album The Lovers/The Devil released via Razor & Tie. The album was produced by Will Putney (Miss May I, The Amity Affliction).
GLEN HANSARD’S “MY LITTLE RUIN” VIDEO
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Glen Hansard’s new video for “My Little Ruin” is premiering now at The Daily Beast: http://thebea.st/1Sd0tZx. The footage was captured the week of release at an impromptu house show organized by Hansard through a series of tweets. Set in a crumbling Georgian town house on Dublin’s northside, the setting was made all the more intimate given there was no amplification—just the glow of instruments and voices. “My Little Ruin” is taken from Hansard’s latest album Didn’t He Ramble, out now via Anti- Records.
LISTEN TO LNDN DRGS WEST COAST JAM “SUSAN”
LNDN DRGS is the Cali rap you need RIGHT NOW. The slowed samples and house party vibes of Bompton rapper Jay Worthy and Vancouver producer Sean House might conjure G-Funk classics of old, but this ain’t a DeLorean on Daytons. Mentored by the late A$AP Yams, LNDN DRGS have pulled from generations of game to make modern day slaps all their own.
ASTR NEW SINGLE
It always feels like dusk when you listen to ASTR. Sometimes they take you to an after-afterparty on the Dead Sea. Sometimes they’ll find you alone somewhere in Iceland, lowering yourself into a natural hot spring. Wherever their music takes you, the sun just slipped under the horizon. The light is perfect and you’re probably near water. New York City’s ASTR is a two-person constellation: Zoe Anna on vocals and Adam Pallin handling production. After meeting in a Manhattan yoga studio, they started writing music together. Soon enough, with a shared love of deep house, 90s hip-hop, film noir and R&B, ASTR was born.
NICO & VINZ RETURN WITH NEW 5-TRACK EP
Norwegian singing and songwriting duo Nico & Vinz are back with a new EP entitled Cornerstone available on November 6th. The five-track EP will serve as an appetizer for a full-length project out in 2016 which showcases the 24-year old’s growth and progress since they broke out with their global hit “Am I Wrong.”
“The sounds out there right now show us that there’s no real formula anymore, that it’s ok to play around with sounds and moods. So we wrote a lot of songs based on things we enjoy listening and performing to and put that on the project,” explains Nico on the inspiration behind the eclectic mix. “We represent this new generation that is genre-blind but connects with songs they feel, like love and struggle. The moment captured in this EP is a reflection on those feelings and experiences.”
FOREIGN DIPLOMATS PREMIER CHILLING NEW VIDEO ‘LIES (OF NOVEMBER)’
Produced by Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, The Shins, Counting Crows), the track echoes “the exasperation and impatience felt towards a situation in front of which you are truly powerless” explains frontman Elie Raymond. “It is very intense in the mood and in the lyrics” he adds, “even in the construction of the song itself” which ends with a fitting antithesis.
NEW RYAN ADAMS ALBUM
Today La Sera officially announced its fourth album, Music For Listening To Music To, via Rolling Stone. The album will be released via Polyvinyl in March 2016, check out a quick teaser video for the album here.
CHEAT CODES X TACO BELL PREMIERE
Los Angeles based DJ trio Cheat Codes are premiering their music video for “Adventure” on Taco Bell’s Feed The Beat.
The band says, “We told ourselves that if we won Feed The Beat, we would make a video of us giving the tacos away to people and we won! So that’s what we did!