Henry Jamison reveals a third track ‘Dallas Love Field’

Assuming that a pedigree in such things has any relevance at all, which is certainly unclear, Henry Jamison was perhaps predisposed to songwriting. His great-great-great-great-great-great-great (etc.) grandfather was the 14th century poet John Gower (friend to Chaucer and Richard II) and his great-great-great-great grandfather was George Frederick Root, the most popular songwriter of the Civil War era. Probably more relevant is that his mother is an English professor and his father a classical composer, who gave him a Korg 8-track recorder and his first guitar.

New Bonzai hear ‘I Did’

20 YO Bonzai presents her third EP, titled ‘Lunacy’ and it lives up to the billing. A pop art, fluoro-take on R&B, with elements of jazz, hip hop, dancehall, grime and even Irish folk music; all delivered with a punky rave energy.


“… this song goes hard.” – Noisey


Google Play and British rock legends Queen have teamed up to create The Bohemian Rhapsody Experience, a virtual reality experiment powered by groundbreaking immersive audio and interactive technologies that aim to push the boundaries of creative expression and evolve the way we experience entertainment. Soundtracked by a remixed 3D spatialized version of the quartet’s iconic hit “Bohemian Rhapsody” that reacts sonically to the user’s movements, the app gives users the opportunity to travel through an interactive visual narrative developed by VR pioneers Enosis VR along with a team of world-class animators and designers.


Hailed by Iggy Pop as one of his favourite bands of the moment, declared “the future of rock n’ roll” by ex-Ramones manager Danny Fields, signed up by The Libertines drummer Gary Powell to his 25 Hour Convenience Store label, and offered Pete Townsend’s studio to record in. It’s fair to say that there’s a hell of a buzz swirling around the young East London trio False Heads right now.

NME, Clash Magazine, Q Magazine, Artrocker, Drowned In Sound, 6Music, Radio X and BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephenshave also all waded in with support and praise for the trio’s delinquent, punk-driven assault, that finds them caught somewhere between the early grunge of Foo Fighters, the infectious songwriting of Pixies, and the snotty punk attitude of The Buzzcocks.

Enemies announce final album ‘Valuables’ out December 9

Enemies are an experimental indie rock four-piece from Kilcoole, Ireland. Formed in 2007, Enemies have spent almost ten years writing, recording and producing their own records. Having toured Asia, North America and Europe, the band continues to develop their sound, remaining incredibly distinct within Ireland’s experimental music scene. Enemies surprise their listeners with every release by constantly tweaking and perfecting their own brand of intelligent, pop-infused rock, and latest single “itsallwaves” is no exception to this ethic. Not content to fit neatly into any particular category or sub-genre, Enemies are continuously evolving their sound into something that goes beyond the labels of math or post-rock.

Antillectual Release “Europe, This Is Your Final Countdown” Music Video

Antillectual is ready to hit the road and present their new songs live after releasing Engage! two months ago. To tease the upcoming tour, the band has released a new music video featuring footage shot at the release show and Punk Rock Holiday. Watch the video now via YouTube.

Filmmaker Claudio Stanghellini documented the Engage! release show and the band’s appearance on Punk Rock Holiday, creating a spirited music video from the footage. The video includes Thomas of Strike Anywhere who sings along on the track.


Rock ‘n’ Roll fans – please welcome Hairy Mountain – the second album from West Australia’?s Datura4. Building upon the “?guitars-to-infinity?” approach of Datura4?’s acclaimed debut LP ?Demon Blues?, ?Hairy Mountain? is ten solid tracks celebrating an unbridled joy for rock ‘?n?’ roll, with a nod to the spiritual presence of their hairy Oz Rock forefathers.

OneRepublic – “Kids” VR Video Experience Available Now

Directed by Hal Kirkland (PRETTYBIRD) and produced by Here Be Dragons this 3D 360-degree version of OneRepublic’s video for “Kids” was created with the Nokia OZO.

The video for “Kids” was shot in one take around Mexico City; including shots of the Angel of Independence, Soumaya Museum, Bellas Artes Palace and the Monument to the Revolution.

Cranky George To Release Debut Indie Rock Full Length

Cranky George, the folk-influenced indie rock band featuring actor Dermot Mulroney and co-founder of The Pogues, James Fearnley, will be releasing their debut full-length album, Fat Lot of Good, on October 14. The album will be released in digital and CD formats along with a limited edition of 450 double gatefold albums of heavyweight vinyl, each signed and numbered by the band. The music on the record, while diverse, features common threads such as Cranky George’s signature folk-inspired instrumentation — including accordion, violin, mandolin, acoustic guitars and ukuleles.

Recorded over a span of five years at Brad’s Seagrass Studio, Fat Lot of Good tips music from the bucket that dredges the confluence of the Danube, the Shannon and the Missouri. The album embraces fourteen songs, individually divergent, but which together ply a course from haven, round horn and back to harbor, by means of lullaby, torch song, sea shanty and murder ballad — an album which, with compassion, irony, humor and sometimes horror, tells stories of desire, love, loss, cruelty, ruination and pity.


Today, The Pretty Reckless premiered a new music video for their scorching single “Take Me Down,” which recently landed #1 on the Rock Radio charts, marking the band’s fourth consecutive #1 single. Fans can see the video HERE. “Take Me Down” is the first single from The Pretty Reckless’ highly anticipated third studio album Who You Selling For, due out October 21, 2016 on Razor & Tie.


Deftones have announced that they have partnered with San Diego’s Belching Beaver Brewery to create a new beer called Phantom Bride IPA – a hoppy West Coast style India Pale Ale loaded up with Mosaic, Amarillo, Simcoe, and Citra hops, all handpicked by Deftones frontman, Chino Moreno.

“Really excited to see our Phantom Bride IPA hit the shelves. As a huge beer connoisseur it was a privilege collaborating with Belching Beaver on the flavor profiles and coming out with a beer that I would put right up with any of my favorites. Good stuff!” -Chino.


Flume’s video for “Say It” featuring Tove Lo, taken from his critically acclaimed new album Skin, premieres today. Watch the video, directed by NEZ (Disclosure, Kid Cudi, MIA) of Pulse Films, here.

Floating Room Premiere Debut Single “fun” on Stereogum

The type of sadness felt at 4 in the morning, reserved for the heartbroken and nervous, is a tender and surreal one. The world feels like the wrong size; the moment small, quiet and solitary, the rest of the day foreboding at a gargantuan scale. It’s a moment of contingency and introspection, and it’s soundtracked by Floating Room’s new album s u n l e s s.

Floating Room – “Fun”


Three-time Grammy-winning San Francisco band Train’s new single “Play that Song” is available now – listen here. The new song is available on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon and Google Play. “Play That Song” is from Train’s forthcoming new album to be released early in 2017.

The Soul Shakers Release Music Video For Debut Single “Here to Have a Good Time”

Nashville based Rock N Roll band The Soul Shakers, have released a music video for their debut single “Here to Have a Good Time” . The video, which originally premiered with Revolver Magazine, comes from the band’s upcoming full length LP. Here to Have a Good Time is available for purchase now online.

Terry Malts share new track “Used To Be”

‘Lost At The Party,’ is a long time coming, 3 years to be precise. But the time was spent well. Between stints of touring and local shows, Bassist/vocalist Phil Benson and guitarist/vocalist Corey Cunningham wrote and re-wrote songs over the course of a year in Los Angeles where Cunningham had moved since the release of their last album, 2013’s “Nobody Realizes This Is Nowhere.”The idea was to broaden the Terry Malts concept and create a kaleidoscopic pop album that has a mixture of moods, each song turning to a different sound inspired by the records the band have loved over the years. The driving punk (Buzzcocks, The Undertones) that has been a cornerstone of the group’s sound sits snugly with songs steeped in indie-pop and power-pop (The Chills, Dwight Twilley).


The Athens, Georgia-based melodic metal band THEOCRACY just released a lyric video for the track “Wishing Well” from their highly anticipated new album “Ghost Ship”. The album will be released on October 28th in Europe and North America through Ulterium Records.


Norwegian electro-pop artist Mr Little Jeans (aka Monica Birkenes) gears up to release a new EP F E V E R S (Out October 21 via Nettwerk Records), featuring pop hymnal “Stitches.” Produced by longtime collaborator Tim Anderson (Banks, Halsey), the F E V E R S EP features two brand new songs – the aforementioned “Stitches” and title track “Fevers” – as well as previously released Spotify and blog favorites “Fool 4 You” and “Waking Up.”

Luna Aura’s MADHOUSE Streaming Now at Popdust

After picking up praise from MTV, VH1, GQ, Idolator, The 405, Teen, Galore and a long list of heavyhitters for breaking pop’s mold, electro-pop powerhouse Luna Aura opens up and shares her Madhouse. The dynamic five-track EP borrowed the talents of Sony ATV’s Evan Gartner, Josh Li and Justin Hergett (Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Jessie J) and is streaming now at Popdust.

The Raveonettes Share “This Is Where It Ends” Track Via BlackBook

The Raveonettes have premiered the new track “This Is Where It Ends” on BlackBook who describes it as “a paradigm of autumn melancholy, pensive, wistful, yet august and opulent just the same. Echoes of the Cocteau Twins abound.”

Raveonettes New Track ‘This is Where it Ends’: A BlackBook Premiere

Croatian Amor streams album in full

Love Means Taking Action is the new album from the multifaceted Copenhagen-based artist Loke Rahbek under his alias Croatian Amor. It is the first full-length Croatian Amor recording since 2014’s The Wild Palms, a release that was made available on cassette for a single month, and only in exchange for a nude self-portrait.

Scotty ATL – “Kno That U Will” ft. Kissie Lee

With his down-home drawl and plainspoken charisma, few rappers are as real and down-to-Earth as Scotty ATL. Recorded during a period of great loss for the Cool Club CEO, “Kno That U Will,” produced by Tino and featuring a hook from Kissie Lee, is a Southern-fried, guitar-driven, downtempo track about how grief can amplify life’s everyday struggles. In March 2016, before going on tour with B.o.B, Scotty lost four close friends in four weeks, including frequent collaborator and close friend Bankroll Fresh.

The New Respects Release Single

Nashville’s The New Respects has released its new single, “Trouble,” making the track available to purchase and stream at all outlets on September 23. Despite the fact that “Trouble” was written a couple of years ago, the song reflects many of the conflicts we’re seeing today, especially pertaining to race relations in the United States. “Trouble don’t you find no home by me” is the recurring message throughout this anthem, proclaiming that while there is conflict around every corner, it isn’t welcome in our lives. Fans of the group have responded in a much more personal way than The New Respects ever imagined, sharing anecdotes of how “Trouble” inspires them to fight for what is right in their communities.


San Francisco musical collective The Love Dimension have released their new music video for the track “Surf Heart,” off of their latest EP Freakquency Mind Space Continuum. The instrumental clip features archival footage of San Francisco in the 1940s and 50s. The video can be viewed on Impose Magazine and on The Love Dimension’s official YouTube channel.

Highly Sedated “Got Some Water”

Highly Sedated return to Steve Angello’s respected Size Records with their latest single, “Got Some Water.”

Titled “Got Some Water,” the track intros with dark synths, a strong bassline underpinning spoken lyrics. A dramatic breakdown leads into echoing sung sections, before the track’s climactic chorus. The expert production compliments the memorable lyrics.

Caerus Emerges with ‘Hyperleisure Relaxophone’

Once again proving their knack for finding eclectic, ambient music producers, Emancipator’s Loci Records is back with their newest signing. Caerus, aka Nick Ingvoldstad, makes his debut on the Loci imprint with his brand new album, Hyperleisure Relaxophone, out today on all digital streaming platforms.

The name “Caerus” alludes to the moment of opportunity when events line up and something new presents itself. The opportunity to work with Emancipator and his label embodied the very essence of that mantra – Receiving a glowing stamp of approval from tastemaker outlet Impose Magazine, Hyperleisure Relaxophone is a 12-track masterpiece of ambient mastery. “With Hyperleisure Relaxophone, Caerus has dreamt up a reality where electric sheep effortlessly leap across a neon grayscale sunset while the galaxy slowly glows white hot in the darkness,” says Justin Hernandez of Impose.

PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS Release Lyric Video for First Single “Big Mouth”

Legendary Motörhead guitarist, Phil Campbell, has teamed up with his sons Todd, Dane and Tyla, plus vocalist Neil Starr, to record their debut self-titled five track EP, which will be released via Motörhead Music on November 18, 2016. Today, the band released their first single “Big Mouth” via lyric video.

RITUAL return with stunning new single ‘Bottle Tops’

Today, London-based trio RITUAL return with a captivating new track, entitled ‘Bottle Tops’, featuring fellow London-based artist Mononoke (real name Katie Taylor).

Pittsburgh, PA’s PET CLINIC Debut “Sick Witch” Music Video

After premiering earlier this week on Culture Collide, “Sick Witch” the new video from Pittsburgh experimental rock 5-piece Pet Clinic is now streaming on the band’s Youtube channel.


Country superstar Collin Raye will perform his timeless No. 1 hits “My Kind Of Girl” and “Love, Me” on “Ray Stevens’ Nashville” this Saturday night, October 1, at 8:30/7:30c on RFD-TV. Visit to find RFD-TV in your area.

With 16 No. 1 hits, 24 top tens and ten Male Vocalist Of The Year nominations, Raye emerged on the country music scene 25 years ago and has sustained as one of the most recognized voices of the genre. In celebration of his 25th anniversary, the energizing showman is currently entertaining fans on a nationwide tour, including an upcoming Mexican Riviera Cruise that sets sail in mid-October.


To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the band’s landmark 1991 self-titled release, Temple of the Dog – the Seattle supergroup featuring Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell, Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, and Mike McCready, and drummer Matt Cameron (who plays drums with both Soundgarden and Pearl Jam) – today released a special 25th anniversary collection of the band’s first and only album, newly mixed by Brendan O’Brien. The collection is now available in four configurations, including a four disc Super Deluxe, a two CD Deluxe, and a single CD via UMe. A double LP will also be available on November 11.

Kid Cudi Releases “Surfin'” Featuring Pharrell Williams

Grammy Award®-winning multiplatinum artist and trendsetter KID CUDI unveils two new songs—“Surfin’” [feat. Pharrell Williams] and “Frequency”— today via Republic Records/Wicked Awesome Records.

Paul Brown follows his heart “Back” to his roots

Paul Brown has had the Midas touch since the early ‘90s when he began producing some of the biggest contemporary jazz hits and definitive chart-topping albums by the brightest urban-jazz stars in the galaxy, amassing more than 60 Billboard No. 1 singles. In the past twelve years, the guitarist stepped forward as an artist in his own right, consistently cranking out hits of his own. Although his formative recordings established the sound of the smoother side of contemporary jazz for more than two decades, Brown yearned to reconnect with his first musical passion: the blues. On Friday, Woodward Avenue Records issued his eighth solo collection, “One Way Back,” a self-produced ten-track outing on which he followed his heart back to his blues roots.

“There was only one way back to my roots and that was to go down every road and embrace each one of them in order to find my way back to where I began,” said Brown, a two-time Grammy winner who wrote nine new tunes for the disc that was preceded by a reimagined take on Joe Sample’s party starter “Put It Where You Want It,” currently bulleted at No. 8 on the Billboard singles chart.


3Tre may not have had a release in about a year, but for good reason. The promising Chicago rapper has made it well worth the wait. He has come back strong with a video to the well received Michael Corleone from his Identity album. Music produced by Beau Brenton and videography by director Jay Mavaz. The compilation is an exciting introduction into what we have to look forward to in the months to come.


Brooklyn emcee and M.O.P. co-frontman Billy Danze presents the music video for his new single “6 O’Clock Briefing”. The track is produced by Quincey Tones, also known for his work with Ghostface Killah, Busta Rhymes and Jay Electronica. Danze has been releasing music for over 20 years as half of M.O.P., and has worked with DJ Premier, Jay-Z, Guru, 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool G Rap and Mobb Deep. He’s currently in the studio with Doc Ish, the Grammy-winning producer behind collaborations with Eminem, Ne-Yo and Talib Kweli.