KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD Reveal “Nuclear Fusion”
Melbourne’s King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard has released “Nuclear Fusion”, the second track to be revealed from their upcoming album Flying Microtonal Banana.
The band’s first LP of 2017, Flying Microtonal Banana will be released on February 24th. The Melbourne-based band plans to release five studio albums in 2017, an ambitious feat as each record will be its own unique sonic adventure.
Unique Leader Records is pleased to welcome SIGNS OF THE SWARM to their expanding roster of brutality.
SIGNS OF THE SWARM is a five-piece death metal horde hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With the release of their debut album Senseless Order earlier this year, they’ve already begun to gain national attention. Said Sputnik Music of the offering, “The mood and ambience are consistent and the breakdowns and build up to them are flawless. Vocals are absolutely incredible.”
American Hi-Fi & Mike Herrera of MxPx Team Up For “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”
Rock music fans now have a new Christmas song to add to their playlists. American Hi-Fi and Mike Herrera of MxPx have teamed up for a special punk rock rendition of the holiday classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” The track first premiered on Chorus.FM and is now available online and for purchase via Bandcamp.
Riding the wave of a recent 4x Platinum certification from the RIAA for his mega-hit production “Panda,” Manchester’s own Menace drops The Beat Tape Vol. 1, an immersive and diverse slice of instrumental Hip-Hop. The Beat Tape reveals Menace to be a gifted and versatile sound architect, creating self-contained soundscapes that stand on their own. Though the 22-year-old is best known for the industrial trap bombast of his biggest hit, The Beat Tape runs a gamut of styles, while retaining Menace’s signature blown-out drums, unpredictable syncopation, and supernatural sense of dynamics. From the sun-drenched, DJ Mustard/Dr. Dre hybrid G-Funk of “Summer Time,” to an ambient stomp formidable enough to rival Clams Casino on “Zone,” to Southern fried Chipmunk Soul on “Country Grammar” and “Better Days,” The Beat Tape proves that the young Mancunian can hang with the best producers in the business. The Beat Tape is available to download from Datpiff.
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings have premiered “Bitter And Low” featuring Fantastic Negrito from their forthcoming album Kings And Kings at Glide Magazine. Set for January 13, 2017 release via File Under: Music/Allegro, the album is the companion to 2011’s Kings And Queens.
Previously, “Bury My Heart” featuring Eric Church premiered with Rolling Stone Country and “Land of the Living (Hamilton, Ontario)” featuring Jason Isbell at The Bluegrass Situation.
The ALTERNATIVE PRESS MUSIC AWARDS Return to Cleveland, Ohio on July 17, 2017!
Last summer, after another successful year of extraordinary performances, exciting surprises, interactive onsite activities and an action-packed, star-studded red carpet, the Journeys Alternative Press Music Awards, Fueled by Monster Energy Drink further solidified itself as the biggest, most popular celebration of alternative music on the planet.
After hosting 2016’s event in the great city of Columbus, Ohio at Ohio State University’s Schottenstein Center, Cleveland-based music magazine Alternative Press is pleased to announce they are bringing the APMAs back to their home city on the evening of July 17, 2017.
GARRETT PIERCE SHARES “DISTANT THOUGHT”
Garrett Pierce shares “Distant Thought” via American Songwriter this afternoon announcing his forthcoming Crossbill Records full-length Dusk out February 17. Garrett pens songs that are utterly dramatic in both lyric and voice that soar over dark and delicate constructs of melody. Though his debut Like A Moth was a stripped down acoustic affair with guest appearances by Jolie Holland and Matt Bauer, with follow-ups All Masks (Crossbill Records) and City Of Sand (Narnack Records) hyper-focused on time and place, Dusk is a collection of stories that span a lifetime.
Pornhub, the premiere online destination for adult entertainment, today announced that it will exclusively premiere the music video for the song “Snap That,” from up-and-coming music group, F.A.M.E. The brand new single, set to debut under Pornhub Records, Pornhub’s own record label, is the first ever song about Snapchat. Featuring Redfoo from hit party band LMFAO, the sexy music video humorously depicts the myriad of ways people are using the social media platform.
“We’re excited to work with F.A.M.E and debut their music video for ‘Snap That’ and help continue their ascension toward superstardom,” said Corey Price, Vice President, Pornhub. “Group members Chad Future, M!CHELLE, Langston and DJ DNA each bring a unique personality to the group which is evident in their eclectic sound. These burgeoning stars should be on everyone’s radar in 2017 and beyond.”
Formed in 2015, F.A.M.E comprises members Chad Future, M!CHELLE, Langston and DJ DNA. “Snap That” is the group’s third single, following “Elephant” and “Swish,” both released earlier this year. The group is mentored by American rapper, dancer, record producer, DJ and singer Redfoo, best known as part of the musical duo LMFAO.
With the grace of an Angel, the beautiful Caribbean songstress, ARITA unleashes another smash single with a breath taking video. With beautiful movements, ARITA peels back the love layers, puts it all on the line and says, I PROMISE!
Payso, Coach Wave, and Zino from the collective Foursix – have just premiered their latest offering “Twisted Metal” via Earmilk. This new record has the Long Island trio trading bars showcasing each’s own signature style and personality, while still blending as a unit. The mellow yet rousing single produced by Foursix co-founder Moedo, houses a syncopated beat over a two-note melody which is then infused with smooth bars.
Brooklyn Vegan has shared the video for “Too Many Santas”, the newest single from Maxwell / Miranda / Parsley’s recently released holiday album entitled ‘Catskill Christmas’. The trio previous released the single for “Going To Get The Tree” on Brooklyn Vegan as well as the video on CLRVYNT. The album is out now via Dangerbird Records.
Alternately singing and rapping over hazy, atmospheric instrumentals with effortless ease, Pittsburgh’s KH is Taylor Gang’s newest hitmaker. Posting up in a penthouse with a blunt and a video vixen, KH schemes to steal your girl in “Potion,” his latest visual. Put in a trance by their natural chemistry, KH and his new friend whip up a “Potion” that keeps them under the spell. Produced by Sledgren and Justin Cicco, “Potion” is a woozy anthem, complete with swirling sines, clanging 808s, and chiming bells. Though a lesser artist might get lost in the massive production, KH cuts through with his smooth delivery, letting his new friend know that “everything we do in here, I’ll take to the grave.” Premiered today by HipHopDX, “Potion” is a highlight from KH’s recently released Nobody Sleeps Anymore, a eight-track effort with production from Sledgren, Ricky P, and RMB Justize.
Los Angeles via Nashville singer-songwriter Courtney Jaye and Zach Rogue, frontman of the acclaimed Bay Area indie-rock band Rogue Wave, are pleased to announce Rogue + Jaye, the brand new musical partnership between the two artists. Stemming from a songwriting session between Rogue and Jaye that took place in December 2013, the two forged an easygoing spirit of collaboration and mutual respect over those sessions, all of which comes through on Pent Up, the duo’s debut album that will see a 2017 release.
Bounce TV has acquired all assets of The Trumpet Awards, the prestigious annual event celebrating African-American achievements and contributions, in an agreement with The Trumpet Awards Foundation announced today.
Bounce TV, the fastest-growing African-American network on television, will now own, produce and world premiere the star-studded event annually. Bounce TV will also syndicate The Trumpet Awards to television stations around the country as well as internationally for broadcast after the Bounce premiere.
Set to celebrate its 25th Anniversary in 2017, The Trumpet Awards will world premiere on Bounce TV on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 9:00 p.m. (ET). The black-tie ceremony will be held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, Jan. 21. Hosts and talent will be announced shortly. Bounce TV EVP of Original Programming Elizabeth Kealoha will executive produce the telecast with Bounce TV SVP, Original Programming Ri-Karlo Handy in charge of music and performances and Abbey MacDonald, Director of Originals, handling talent for the event.
EONS shares “See You Soon”
The Miami based Synth popers are back to end the year in a dreamy, upbeat tone. “See You Soon” is a somewhat nostalgic track, with lyrics talking about retaking or rekindling a companionship that separated. The song also features the voice of Ariel Morer, who recently joined the band as part of their live act.
Youngsmith – ‘I Will Not Forget’ Single
Otherwise branded as Youngsmith, Dan Smith is usually a man with a guitar and a bunch of ballads. A veteran of the Brisbane local live music scene.
He opened up his latest Australian Tour in August with a show at Brisbane’s Bearded Lady with tracks off his Light EP as well as new tracks ‘Wither’ and big-hitter ‘Red’ — the latter a sweet ditty about his auburn girlfriend which, after its May release date, took on a life of its own on the national radio circuit reaching the US through KPFK 90.7 in Los Angeles, San Diego, Ridgecrest and Santa Barbara, California.
Platinum-selling Dutch producer Sam Feldt returns with his new single ‘What About The Love’, out now via Spinnin Records.
Sam’s upcoming record builds on the success of this year’s huge releases ‘Runaways’ and ‘Summer On You’, as well as his successful reimagining of Robin S’ ‘Show Me Love’ which hit #4 on the UK charts back in 2015. Directly aimed at the dance floor, latest serving ‘What About The Love’ is the perfect crossover dance record and overflows with tinkling synth melodies, stomping club rhythms and soulful female vocals.
Jess & The Bandits reveal I Don’t Dance lyric video
When she agreed to open for Boyzone on their BZ20 tour at the close of 2013, Texan singer Jess Clemmons didn’t realise she was about to embark on the tour that would start the next chapter of her career. Taking her new EP, What If, on the road, she bonded with her backing band and by the end of the tour knew that her music career was not going to be continued as a solo artist. Jess and the Bandits was born.