FUNKADELIC X KENDRICK LAMAR X ICE CUBE
After months of prep and internet teases, the official video for Funkadelic’s “Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard On You?” remix has arrived and it’s got the whole gang onboard. Featuring contributions from Kendrick Lamar (who spits the opening bars of his “Blue Faces” demo at the top of the cut) and OG Comptonian, Ice Cube, the visual follows the intergalactic pursuits of of George Clinton and the torchbearers of funk, all of which co-pilot the mothership as they descend upon an interplanetary soiree. Join Funkadelic, Kendrick Lamar and Ice Cube for a ride on the mothership in the video below and hold tight for the next transmission. You won’t want to miss it.
COOPER ANSTETT RELEASES LATEST TRACK “WRONG”
Detroit-based singer-songwriter, Cooper Anstett, announces the release of his latest single, “Wrong,” from his upcoming mixtape, Cooper. This is Anstett’s sophomore effort, following the success of his first professional EP, For A Reason. The debut record reached #12 on the iTunes Singer Songwriter chart in the Fall of 2014. Anstett has been working alongside G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam producer, Ryan McDermott, who’s worked with Kanye West and Earth, Wind & Fire, among others, to produce and mix the single.
BEFORE YOU EXIT RELEASES “WHEN I’M GONE” MUSIC VIDEO
Before You Exit’s “When I’m Gone” out now!
DAYA “SIT STILL, LOOK PRETTY”
Hot on the heels of her breakout song “Hide Away,” emerging star Daya has released the second single, “Sit Still, Look Pretty” from her debut self-titled EP. The song is already climbing the iTunes Pop Chart and entering the Top 50 on radio airwaves across the country, with additional support from SiriusXM’s “Hits 1 Hitbound” and “Hits 1 Artist To Follow” programs.
BRANDI CARLILE & OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW REVUE ANNOUNCE 2016 CO-HEADLINING TOUR
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile and high energy old-time string band Old Crow Medicine Show are teaming up for a co-headlining tour, which was announced yesterday via Rolling Stone Country. Kicking off at the beautiful Fox Theatre in Atlanta on April 30th, the sixteen-date run will conclude at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA with highlights including a night at The Fox Theatre in Detroit and a stop at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO. Fans can look forward to a double dose of music, as Brandi and Old Crow collaborate on a handful of songs nightly in addition to performing separate sets.
THE COATHANGERS NEW SINGLE
The Coathangers mark their ten-year anniversary as a band with the release of their fifth studio album, Nosebleed Weekend, on April 15, 2016 through Seattle-based label Suicide Squeeze.
Nosebleed Weekend comes on the heels of the band’s highly-praised 2014 release Suck My Shirt. They toured non-stop for eighteen months on Suck My Shirt, with appearances at festivals like Riot Fest, Burgerama, TBD Fest, Sled Island, Festival d’été de Québec and Capitol Hill Block Party; and toured with bands like The Black Lips and The Growlers. Kim Gordon even named their May 2015 show at Pappy & Harriets in Pioneertown, CA as #1 on her Top 10 List of 2015 in Artform Magazine.
DISTURBED PERFORMS POWERFUL VERSION OF “THE SOUND OF SILENCE” ON CONAN
Disturbed just performed their haunting take on Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence” on CONAN last night. The performance, featuring a 15-person orchestra behind them, was the band’s first TV appearance since breaking their 4-year hiatus with the #1 album Immortalized. Watch the emotional rendition below.
Watch Disturbed Perform “The Sound of Silence” on CONAN:
NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS’ “I NEED NEVER GET OLD” VIDEO
The new video for “I Need Never Get Old” from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats is premiering now via Facebook and Entertainment Weekly—who call it “hilarious.” Of the video, Rateliff explains, “The concept is us struggling over the song for decades—but ironically it took only two hours to record.”
BLITZEN TRAPPER TOUR
Portland Oregon’s own, Blitzen Trapper, are pleased to announce a headlining tour run throughout the Midwest and Canada in support of their 8th album All Across This Land (Vagrant/BMG) that was released last October to rave reviews. Starting May 27th, the tour kicks off in Evans, GA where the band will be direct support for Willie Nelson before heading to the Northwest, followed by Canada and the Midwest.
ISAAC GRACIE RELEASES DEBUT EP
Critically buzzing 21-year-old British singer and songwriter ISAAC GRACIE releases his four-song debut, Songs From My Bedroom EP [Republic Records], at all digital retailers today. As the title suggests, the EP is a collection of home recorded tracks all written, played and produced by Isaac in his bedroom.
Launched in 2013 by Pittsburgh-based nonprofit Thrill Mill, Inc., Pittsburgh’s Thrival Innovation + Music Festival is an annual weeklong event that showcases the former industrial juggernaut’s resurgence as a dynamic tech and creative hub.
Running September 20-24, the festival features multiple days of immersive, innovation-focused programming, capped by a diverse two-day outdoor live music experience with world renowned talent. Thrival musical headliners include CHVRCHES, Thievery Corporation, Metric, and Lettuce with additional acts to be announced. Former headliners include Panic! At the Disco, RJD2, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah, Wale, Moby, Portugal. The Man, and more.
LIZZIES NEW VIDEO CLIP
The release of the first studio album by Spanish LIZZIES is drawing nearer; ‘Good Luck’ will be released on April 1st via The Sign Records and therefore the band is now launching the first promotional video clip for the song Mirror Maze.
“BOYFRIEND” NEW SINGLE FROM TEGAN AND SARA
“Boyfriend,” the debut single from Tegan and Sara’s forthcoming album Love You to Death will be available on Friday April 8. Love You to Death will be released on June 3, with pre-orders beginning April 8. Fans who pre-order Love You to Death via teganandsara.com or iTunes ahead of its June 3 release will instantly receive “Boyfriend” as well as another new track “U-turn.” Tegan and Sara teased a bit of “Boyfriend” for their fans last night via Instagram, a proper video is set to debut soon.
HOLY FEVER “DURESS” SINGLE
With their debut album release on the horizon, Holy Fever have unveiled another new track from the record in the form of ‘Duress’. Vocalist Todd Cooper explains the feeling behind the track – “The sense of urgency and aggression in “Duress” mimics the headspace we were in at the time we wrote it. We were toward the end of writing the record and simultaneously exhausted and filled with adrenaline as we started to see the finish line. Sam had this idea that the chorus would just be one note and the lyric would be one word. This is one of our favorites to play live.”
A detailed breakdown of Passenger alongside The Obelisk premiere offers of RHIN’s output, “in representing the varied crux of the band’s furies, ‘Clay’ does well to give a sense of where they’re coming from. Mid-paced compared to songs like ‘Uncle Tuck’ and ‘Basement,’ which follows, it answers the more expansive feel of centerpiece ‘Snivlem’ and finds a place for itself between heavy rock groove and noise intensity that doesn’t necessarily ever slow itself down long enough to fall into the trap of being sludge. A bass break toward the middle sets up a shift into a crash-wash build that offers some surprising melody to go with all that push.”
ROYCE 5’9″ RELEASES NEW MIXTAPE
A long time legend in the mixtape game, (see EVERY Bar Exam) Royce 5’9 blesses his fans with a new mixtape “Trust The Shooter.”
“TEENAGE CRIME WAVE” SINGLE
Denton, TX dream-pop group Pageantry have shared their single, “Teenage Crime Wave”, just days before the release of their new record Influence. The record will be released on Friday, April 1st via Southern Heaven Records.
GIVERS UNVEILS “BERMUDA” VIDEO
Louisiana’s GIVERS unveil the video for “Bermuda” (WATCH HERE) directed by directed by Emma Kanter and GIVERS (Tiffany Lamson and Taylor Guarisco). “Bermuda” is off of the band’s tour de force sophomore album, New Kingdom, which was hailed by NPR, Stereogum, New York Magazine and offers an organic fusion of southern soul and pop.
KRIZZ KALIKO NEW VIDEO
Today, Krizz Kaliko, known mostly as a rapper for his lyrical integrity, shares a darker side with the powerful pop/RnB ballad “Stop the World,” which chronicles his struggles with depression and suicide. Debuted by VIBE, the video has Krizz reflecting on life’s hardships, while showing that ultimately, nobody is really alone in their battles. The audio of “Stop the World” premiered via Billboard earlier this month, and showcases the Strange Music artist at his most vulnerable. The single is from Krizz Kaliko’s forthcoming album, Go, which he is releasing on April 8th and highlights his versatile musicianship and honest storytelling.
BOBBY GREEN “LIGHTS”
With 3 Hype Machine #1’s already under his belt, Bobby Green is back with a lyric video for his song “Lights” featuring vocals from Los Angeles-based singer Whitney Phillips. “Lights” is a tour de force where dance music and pop are effortlessly blended with pristine production and top-tier melodies and hooks. The song has a certain warmth to it that the lyric video effortlessly illuminates.
SILVER POOLS “LEAP YEAR”
Silver Pools is an ambient-pop entity led by Toronto based mandolinist, songwriter & producer Todd Macdonald.
Following the disintegration of the baroque pop group The Winks in 2010, Macdonald went back to school, studied jazz composition & performance while continuing his work as a sound engineer and producer.
GET TO KNOW NAHKO
After announcing a North American tour a few weeks ago Nahko and Medicine for The People are excited to announce that they’ve signed with LA-based SideOneDummy Records. Nahko explains that the label’s encouragement of creative freedom and process is what makes the label such a good fit.
Nahko is also excited to share the “Getting To Know Nahko” video where he gives a primer on the origin of his name and unique views on music.
‘POST POP DEPRESSION’ ENTERS U.S. CHART WITH MULTIPLE CAREER HIGHS
Iggy Pop’s brand new Post Pop Depression has generated many of the most over the top real-time rave reviews of his storied career. And now the people have spoken in resounding unison with the critics:
Post Pop Depression, released March 18 on Rekords Rekords/Loma Vista/Caroline International, has entered the U.S. chart at a career high of #17—plus #8 on the Album Sales Chart and #1 on the Rock, Alternative and Vinyl Sales Charts–representing not only Iggy’s biggest across the board debut, but by far the highest any of his records has climbed on the Billboard 200 since 1986’s Blah Blah Blah peaked at #75.
The global community is unified in its love for Post Pop Depression: The album entered at #3 in Finland, #4 in France, #5 in the UK and Austria, Netherlands and Belgium, #6 in Ireland, #7 in Australia, #8 in Germany, #9 in Canada, #10 in Norway, and hit the top 20 in Sweden, Japan, Italy and New Zealand—all, like the U.S., career highs for an Iggy album in those territories.
LA ELECTROPOP TRIO POLLYN PREMIERE STUNNING ANIMATED (NSFW) VIDEO
DISTRESS SIGNALS is Pollyn’s third album, set for release in May 2016. New tracks will be featured on the French electronic label come fashion brand Maison Kitsuné, NOWNESS and more. Releases are paired with iconic cover art by illustrator Noah Butkus and will follow with an animated music video directed by the bands producer Adam Weissman. Weissman explains, “I look at our catalog as an art show I’m curating.”
YONI & GETI “MADELINE”
Yoni Wolf of WHY? and Chicago’s Serengeti have teamed up for Testarossa, out May 6th on Joyful Noise. The album tells the story of star-crossed lovers Maddy and Davy, whose relationship crumbles as Davy struggles to keep his music career afloat.
Today, the duo shares Testarossa track “Madeline,” a shimmering, melancholic cut that finds Wolf on lead vocal duty.
ALEX NEWELL PREMIERES “BASICALLY OVER YOU (B.O.Y)” MUSIC VIDEO!
Alex Newell has premiered the official video for “Basically Over You (B.O.Y)” off his debut POWER EP!
NEST MINI DOC “YOU CAN’T STOP POP”
JACK is a monthly internet radio show as well as a recurring event series lead by designer and hyper personality Simon Whybray. In this new doc, YOU CAN’T STOP POP: The Story of JACK, NEST HQ gives a glimpse into what a live JACK showcase feels and sounds like with interviews from a few of the artists and attendees. The documentary takes place during the recent JACK LA mini festival at House of Gods near downtown Los Angeles, featuring acts from Japan’s Maltine crew (DJ Wildparty, Tomad, Park Golf), alongside IGLOOGHOST, Slugabed, Sega Bodega, DUCKY, Omniboi, Destiny Bond, GRRL and more. In this piece, NEST HQ wanted to capture the diversity of the crowd and the pure love of music that brings these people together from across the world for a single night.
Watch YOU CAN’T STOP POP: The Story of JACK:
MAYER HAWTHORNE ANNOUNCES SECOND LEG OF US HEADLINE TOUR
Mayer Hawthorne is pleased to announce the second leg of his US headline tour today. Kicking off on June 16 w/ Hall & Oates in Connecticut, the tour takes Mayer down the East Coast, then through the Midwest before wrapping up in Las Vegas on July 8th. Fans who purchase tickets to see Mayer live will receive a digital copy of Man About Town upon release on April 8th.
GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV WITH THE COLORADO SYMPHONY LEAD TRACK “LIARS”
Gregory Alan Isakov’s new full-length album, Gregory Alan Isakov with The Colorado Symphony, will be released June 10 on Suitcase Town Music. A collaboration with The Colorado Symphony, the eleven track record features songs from Isakov’s previous albums, The Weatherman, This Empty Northern Hemisphere, and That Sea, The Gambler, as well as “Liars,” which was written by Ron Scott and is premiering today at The Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy blog.
“WEATHER THE STORM” VIDEO PREMIERES
Award-winning American singer/songwriter, guitar player and playwright Benjamin Scheuer will release his debut recording, Songs from The Lion, this spring. The album, featuring music from Scheuer’s critically acclaimed one-man musical memoir The Lion, is out June 3 via Warner/ADA.
K MICHELLE ALBUM RELEASE PARTY PICS
K. Michelle hosted an intimate album release show for a room full of fans in the Grand Ballroom at the famed Webster Hall. She took fans down memory lane performing music from her entire catalogue, including all 3 albums, songs from her mixtapes and even a little hometown country.
*Photo credit: YvesAndreExilus*
NETA “SILLY LIFE”
“Silly Life” saw it’s video released earlier this year and we can finally announce a release date for the track on the 14th of April.
HEAD WOUND CITY RELEASE NEW TRACK “BORN TO BURN”
Head Wound City – the supergroup with members from The Locust, The Blood Brothers and Yeah Yeah Yeahs – has offered their ruthless new track “Born to Burn” via Beats 1 Radio and Noisey. The eardrum-scrambling cut is the second track from their upcoming debut full-length, ‘A New Wave of Violence.’ Set for release on VICE Records on May 13th, the album marks the band’s first new material in 11 years.
SEQUOYAH TIGER SHARES FULL STREAM OF EXPERIMENTAL SYNTH POP EP
Ta-Ta-Ta-Time comprises five songs Leila Gharib wrote in her home town Verona between 2013 and 2015. Gharib, who had previously been a member of the local indie rock trio Bikini The Cat and co-founded the performing arts trio Barokthegreat, both takes her cues from various forms of arts and also makes use of them to create a multi-disciplinary gesamtkunstwerk.
WELL$ NEW VIDEO
“Habits of the young and reckless, actually still young and reckless/ Make Forbes by 27, I’ll be right in the end,” croaks Charlotte rapper Well$ in the opening verse of the boastful “130,” produced by Angelo Mota and arriving today with a video shot entirely in one take. Debuted by Mass Appeal, the one-take version of the “130” video follows the release of his Metro Boomin-produced single “Heaven’s Door” and finds the 21-year-old rapper and his team full of youthful exuberance, mobbing out in a graveyard of abandoned school buses in a wintery North Carolina forest. The one-take version of Well$’s “130,” directed by Summit Collective, is the latest release from his forthcoming The Way I’m Living Makes My Mom Nervous project, a follow-up to 2014’s MTSYD: The Revenge of the African Booty Scratcher mixtape.
SOLIDS “WAIT IT OUT”
Solids’ 2014 debut LP Blame Confusion (Fat Possum/Dine Alone) was lauded for its revved-up take on alt-rock from the early ’90s. Its poppy melodies set against a dense, relentless soundscape pointed to guitarist Xavier Germain-Poitras and drummer Louis Guillemette’s formative years in the hardcore scene.
Their forthcoming Else EP, out on Topshelf/Dine Alone Records on April 15, 2016, sees the band checking in after a year of near-endless touring. Having played more than 200 shows in 2014-2015 with the likes of Pity Sex, Makthaverskan, Nothing, PUP, Single Mothers and Metz, the EP reflects that road weariness with a group of songs that vibrate at a lower frequency. These tracks document the waiting, the bleary-eyed confusion and the blur of days that come with life on the road.
BAND OF SKULLS’ VIDEO FOR “KILLER” PREMIERES
U.K. rockers Band of Skulls will release their new album By Default May 27 on BMG, their debut with the label. “Killer,” the first song to be revealed from the record, is receiving early critical praise, with Consequence of Sound admiring its “surge of sawtoothed guitars.” The song is available now with album pre-order. The video for “Killer” premieres today, watch it here:
BRIAN ENO “THE SHIP”
“The Ship” is the title track, album opener and thematic core of the album. Running at 21-minutes and built around Eno’s cyclically sung verses, the song builds in ominous drama, snatches of distant voice and creeping electronics.
Eno explains, “The piece started as an Ambient work intended for a multi channel sound installation in Stockholm, but during the making of it I discovered that I could now sing a low C – which happens to be the root note of the piece. Getting older does have a few fringe benefits after all. From that point the work turned into an unusual kind of song…a type I’ve never made before where the vocal floats free, untethered to a rhythmic grid of any kind.”
FOG LAKE NEW SINGLE
‘Rattlesnake’ comes on the heels of last year’s release ‘Victoria Park’ on Orchid Tapes (Alex G, Spencer Radcliffe, Foxes In Fiction). The song will be included on his forthcoming LP.
ZAYN’S ‘MIND OF MINE’ PEAKS AT #1 ON iTUNES IN 83 COUNTRIES
MIND OF MINE, ZAYN’s eagerly awaited global debut album, was released on Friday and has peaked at #1 in 83 countries on the iTunes chart. His debut single “PiLlOwT4lK”has peaked at #1 in 60 countries on the iTunes chart.
NEW RECORD DEAL FOR DESPITE
Eclipse Records is extremely excited to announce the signing of Gothenburg, Sweden’s DESPITE to an exclusive, worldwide deal. Featuring three eight-string guitar players, this band is so heavy and down-tuned their music makes the Richter scale overload!
WALKER LUKENS “LIFTED” DEBUT VIA NPR MUSIC’S ALL SONGS CONSIDERED
Walker Lukens debuted his new single “Lifted” today via NPR Music’s All Songs Considered, and the track – which exhibits his “curious, textured music.” “Lifted,” the second single released from Lukens’ upcoming album Tell It To The Judge, will be available as a digital single tomorrow, March 30th, 2016. Tell It To The Judge, produced by Jim Eno of Spoon, will be out later this year.
NORMAN MUSIC FEST 2016
With less than a month until 80,000 people flood the streets of Downtown Norman, the Norman Music Festival has finalized the lineup for almost all the stages for the free festival on April 21, 22 and 23. Food trucks and vendors participating in the festival are being finalized now as well.
Chicago-born and Michigan-raised hip-hop artist Milo will be coming to the festival to headline the Bud Light Depot Stage on Friday night. Performing with Milo on the Bud Light Depot Stage Friday will be local artist Jabee Williams.
MIRANDA LAMBERT TO PERFORM WITH BILLY GIBBONS AND KEITH URBAN
Miranda Lambert, six-time reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, current three-time nominee and the only female nominee for Entertainer of the Year, will perform with the legendary Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top and Keith Urban, current three-time ACM Award nominee and this year’s Mae Boren Axton Award recipient, will perform ZZ Top’s classic “Tush” on the 51ST ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS, to be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas Sunday, April 3 (8:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network. Also, Keith Urban, will perform his new single, “Wasted Time,” live on the broadcast.
THE LOW ANTHEM ALBUM TEASER
Washington Square Music’s The Low Anthem has announced details of their long awaited new album. EYELAND will be available for pre-order beginning May 20th before arriving in stores and online retailers everywhere on June 17th. EYELAND marks the Low Anthem’s fourth full-length recording and first new music since 2011’s SMART FLESH.
Today, Montreal’s Plants and Animals premiere a live video for their single “Stay” via FLOOD Magazine.
The video was captured at Mixart studios and was directed by Joe Yarmush from the Montreal based-band Suuns. “Playing this song is like a bull ride or getting a new puppy and trying to play it cool while it drags you around like a moth on a hot lightbulb, knocking over people’s drinks and children,” Matthew Woodley told FLOOD Magazine. “You’ve got el mariachi guitar guy hyper strumming, the drummer on the other side of the time-space continuum playing a dub reggae beat, and the other guitar playing the part of Hephaestus, son of Zeus and Hera, making laser hammers in his volcano shop. The singer becomes unbound—reenacting the emotional journey of the bull before, during and after the rodeo. The backup singer is the graceful ego to his raging id. The bass is the true bond. It’s an aircraft carrier. An oil rig pumping unrefined love from the core of the Earth and shooting it into the sky in an infinite explosion of blood reds, supernova yellows and neon night blues. That’s more or less how it feels from the drum throne.”
THE HEIRS’ “ECLIPTIC” VIDEO PREMIERES
The Heirs features Brandon Hudson (lead vocals/guitar), Savannah Hudson (lead vocals), Alex Flagstad (guitar), Eian McNeely (bass/keys) and Brennan Benko (drums). The band’s name can be traced “to a mutual dream where the youth are heirs of the world, inheriting everything the adults leave behind.” This vision defines the music that the band creates in Ecliptic and their forthcoming 2016 full length. The band recently recorded in Los Angeles with Justin Stanley (Beck, The Vines, Sheryl Crow) and Bram Inscore (Beck, Icona Pop); Brandon shared in various producing roles and co-wrote songs with Savannah.
GREAT NEWS REVEAL NEW VIDEO ‘SECRETS’
Bergen three-piece Great News take a kaleidoscopic trip down VHS lane with new video ‘Secrets’. It captures the psychedelic swagger that saw them emerge a favourite at Norway’s recent By:Larm Festival, and will soon descend on the Big Smoke.
THE SLANTS NEW ALBUM + VIDEO
On their new album, Something Slanted This Way Comes, Portland, Oregon-based Chinatown dance-rock band The Slants are celebrating more than a collection of seventeen songs. The band is celebrating their name and their victory of the U.S. Government.
On Tuesday, December 22, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that the Asian-American band The Slants have the right to register their trademark. In a decision with national implications on free speech, the appeals court ruled that the U.S Patent and Trademark Office and Department of Justice violated the band’s First Amendment rights. In a 9-3 vote, the appeals court struck down the “disparagement” portion of the Lanham Act, a 1946 law that allowed the Trademark Office to deny marks that could be considered “scandalous, immoral, or disparaging.” Writing for the opinion, Judge Kimberly Moore stated, “Courts have been slow to appreciate the expressive power of trademarks…Words — even a single word — can be powerful. Mr. Simon Tam named his band The Slants to make a statement about racial and cultural issues in this country. With his band name, Mr. Tam conveys more about our society than many volumes of undisputedly protected speech.” This victory comes after six years of fighting against the Trademark Office.
CAGE 9 NEW VIDEO
LA’s Cage 9 has released their new video, “Everything You Love Will Someday Die” the first single from their upcoming album ILLUMINATOR, out June 3rd via EMP LABEL GROUP, the label founded by Megadeth bassist David Ellefson, distributed by eOne in North America, and SPV in Europe.
The video can be seen here:
KATATONIA REVEALS NEW TRACK “OLD HEART FALLS”
Katatonia has revealed the first full track, entitled “Old Heart Falls,” from its highly anticipated new album The Fall of Hearts, due for release on May 20 through Peaceville Records.
THE LUMINEERS MAKING OF “CLEOPATRA”
Platinum-selling, Denver outfit, The Lumineers, return with their long-awaited return second album Cleopatra – the follow up to their multi-Grammy-nominated, self-titled debut – and a much anticipated headline UK tour, which brings them back to London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and sold out in less than 24 hours.
DAPHNE AND THE FUZZ NEW VIDEO
Daphne and the Fuzz were formed in the summer of 2012 in Athens, giving form and aesthetics to the tracks that Daphne composed until then solo at the piano.
WELLS COVERS LANA DEL RAY
Sydney rock outfit Wells has blown us away with their cover of Indie-pop Goddess; Lana Del Ray’s Born To Die.
The cinematic rendition premiered last Thursday on Happy, already racking up 3000 plays and plenty of thumbs ups. The cover follows the release of the bands narrative singles ‘Fractures‘ and ‘Shepherd‘ from the yet to be released debut EP ‘The Pale King’.
NEW CREEP VIDEO
After standing out of the scene with their first album and spread their music on stage, Creep release their new bloody creature called “Innerland”, a metaphoric journey through the landscapes of human soul, always suspended between evil and good, somewhere between fury and calm.
STORTREGN ANNOUNCE THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM
Extreme ritual shaded act STORTREGN just signed a deal with Non Serviam Records for their upcoming album “Singularity”.
The album, guesting some infamous international musicians, will be released on May 27th, 2016.
With their new upcoming album the band brings back the agressiveness into the metal world.