Brooke Moriber Performing National Anthem LIVE at MSG During NY Knicks Game
On Wednesday, November 29th as the NY Knicks get ready to take on the Miami Heat, they certainly won’t be the only ones entertaining the crowd at Madison Square Garden as singer/songwriter Brooke Moriber takes the court to sing the National Anthem at one of the world’s most iconic arenas!
Having dropped her latest EP “Here and Gone” earlier this year and showcasing not only her powerful voice and incredible tone, but her gifted songwriting ability with deeper lyrical content and impassioned storytelling, Moriber recently released her brand new video for one of its singular tracks “99 Days of Rain”.
Hussey Releases New Single
In case you’re unfamiliar with Hussey, it’s the solo project of Nathan Hussey of All Get Out. “All Things”, the first offering from Hitchens, his upcoming full-length on Equal Vision Records, is a laid back, beautiful track that offers a glimpse into a much different side of who Hussey is as a songwriter than we’re used to seeing. As Hussey points out, “All Things” is the song that “really opened up the album” to him as a writer and it serves as
a perfect introduction to what we can expect on Hitchens.
Sing Along to “The World Is A Family”
The track comes off Two Beats, One Soul (RMVK Records/Sony Music Latin) – a 13 track album that is out now digitally, showcasing the fusion of Cuban and American music.
PENTATONIX RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO FOR “DECK THE HALLS”
Three-time Grammy® Award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling has sold more than 6.5 million albums and performed for hundreds of thousands of fans at their sold-out shows across the globe. Their YouTube channel boasts over 14 million subscribers, yielding over 2.8 billion video views, and their 2015 self-titled album has been certified gold after debuting #1 on Billboard’s 200.
The track premiered on All Things Go where the band’s Eric “Doc” Mendelsohn” shared, “‘I Stand Corrected’ is about idealizing new love. The magic of the moment where you think it just can’t get any better but it does.”
Making Movies have partnered with Los Lobos frontman David Hidalgo to create a twist on the famous Los Tigres Del Norte song De Paisano A Paisano, a song available in all digital platforms now and; for limited time free to download at La Banda Elástica Magazine. De Paisano a Paisano is the second single of their upcoming new EP “You Are Another Me” set to be released on December 1st.
Making Movies, who just wrapped up their 22 city Immigrants Are Beautiful Tour, as a celebration of solidarity in the face of fear-mongering and hate. Frontman Enrique Chi shared, “It’s time to realize we are all part of this continuum, this beautifully flawed human race that has migrated from every continent to bring us all the beauty we enjoy today.”
Peter More and his bandmates are proud to debut their official video for “In the Basement”, which premiered yesterday exclusively on Modern Vinyl. Both the song and video have an extensive background story, as the recording process was spread throughout several different locations and studios. The video is a montage of clippings from studio footage, concert shots and moments on the road. The camera follows the band as they travel through Mexico, Texas, California, Utah, Colorado, Woodstock and New York; including some footage from the tour dates where they accompanied Grace Potter.
“Immediate paralysing sadness, optimism, nervousness and excitement. This song explores how we redefine and rebuild our reality upon dramatic ends to relationships. It was inspiring bringing someone of Daniel’s calibre in on this piece and I’m thankful for how much he pushed me creatively.” – What So Not
Louis Brennan releases new video for ‘London’
London-based Dubliner Louis Brennan has released the video for his latest single ‘London’, which is taken from his debut album Dead Capital, to be released on February 28th.
The track is a quirky, upbeat lampooning of the despair of London life with ironically cheerful harmonies over a shoulder-shimmying groove. The lyrics describe our all-too-common love affair with documenting our daily mundane activities, the loneliness and hypocrisy of the city and watching big dreams crumble through shattered expectations, all while following Louis on his regular commute on the 277 bus.
Stina Stjern – ‘Nuussuaq’
On her upcoming album, Kap Herschell, Stina Stjern explores the loneliness of the big city and the loneliness of a small cabin on the north-eastern side of Greenland. When Stina’s grandfather was in his early twenties he traveled to Greenland to work as a hunter. When Stina was in her early twenties she traveled to New York to write and play music. Along with her producer Kyrre Laastad, Stina Stjern explores the gap between these two choices and their effect on one’s life and one’s identity. Through a poetic and equal dialogue across generations Stina and her grandfather exchanged experiences and perspectives on existence itself.
Golden Girl Bryony Dunn Hopes for a Good Reception for UK Tour
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter, Bryony Dunn, releases her latest single, “Golden Girl” on November 17th, a brilliantly-crafted track tackling the cult of celebrity. Bryony’s debut release was mentored by superstar songwriter and Online Records founder, Dominic King, and is accompanied by a fantastic video filmed in Paris which perfectly reflects the song’s lyrics and theme. To support the release, Bryony is hitting the road in what can confidently be said to be a guaranteed sell-out tour. Bryony will be playing for extremely select audiences in the “cosy” confines of a select number of vintage phone boxes across Britain, ensuring the most intimate gig of both the audience and performer’s lives.
Jess & The Bandits unveil Gary Quinn duet as first song from ‘Always Christmas Eve EP’
2017 will be a Christmas that Jess Clemmons will never forget. Having documented both her seemingly endless search for Mr Right, as well as celebrating meeting her special man on the band’s recent release Smoke & Mirrors, Jess will finally be Mrs Peavey when Santa makes his annual visit this year. To celebrate Jess & The Bandits will be releasing the magical Always Christmas Eve EP.
Having found a second home here in the UK and been welcomed with open arms by the UK country community, Jess has teamed up with some of her closest artist friends for some terrific collaborations!
MENKE UNVEILS VIDEO FOR DEBUT SINGLE ‘MOLN’
A producer, song-writer and multi instrumentalist in her own right, Menke creates her own soulful world with small gestures. She plays piano, guitar, banjo, cello, vibraphone, but also more unconventional instruments such as lyre and wine glasses.
“This song is about growing up in and eventually leaving Oklahoma, and looking back on people in the Black community who taught me key lessons on resilience and faith, and to not be afraid of who might be knocking on the door. The opening verse highlights some of those competing feelings of fear, hopelessness, and defiance, feelings Black people in the South understand very well.
I eventually left Oklahoma and struggled over the years, as I tried to forget about that place. It’s only now that I’m realizing that the lessons I learned there are what make me different. A lot of people who leave home to try new things probably feel this way, too. This song is for them.” — Bartees Cox
Today, Australia’s What So Not unveils “Be Ok Again” HERE, his first on Counter Records. This deeply personal song not only features legendary rockstar (and Silverchair frontman) Daniel Johns, but What So Not himself writing and performing vocals for the first time as well.
Ed Sheeran, Nick Jonas, and The Breeders Play from Bed for Kids Facing Cancer
MyMusicRx, the flagship music medicine program of the Children’s Cancer Association (CCA), is pleased to announce the return of Bedstock, a life-changing music festival where artists play from bed as a show of solidarity with seriously ill kids spending the holidays in hospital beds. This year’s online music festival is “Bigger and BEDDER” than ever with a star-studded lineup that includes Ed Sheeran, Nick Jonas, Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band, The Breeders, Iron & Wine, Molly Kate Kestner, Vance Joy, Milky Chance, and Shinedown. In-bed performances from these and nearly 100 participating artists will debut on www.bedstock.com on Giving Tuesday, November 28, to help fund and raise awareness for MyMusicRx, whose free-of-charge programs deliver the healing power of music to thousands of hospitalized kids and teens across the country.
Okkervil River Contributes Theme Song To New Amazon Original Special ‘Click Clack Moo: Christmas at the Farm’
Amazon Studios announces the release of Click Clack Moo: Christmas at the Farm, a new holiday special inspired by the acclaimed children’s book series “Click, Clack, Moo” from New York Times bestselling duo Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin.
Okkervil River have contributed the theme song titled “What Friends Do” to the Amazon Prime Video Original available exclusively via Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.
Tel-Aviv Post-punk quartet Document unveil last single from debut album ‘Red Tape’
Ahead of their debut album, The Void Repeats, worldwide release on Friday 1st December, Tel-Aviv post-punk quartet Document release the final single taken from it, Red Tape.
Dripping in fuzz, the buzz-saw guitars are reminiscent of The Strokes, whilst the ironically lackadaisical vibe given the tracks themes is straight out of the Pavement, Pixies or Sonic Youth playbook.
Death By Unga Bunga premiere video for ‘Into The Night’
Death by Unga Bunga have premiered their new video for ‘Into The Night’ at New Noise Magazine.The track previously premiered at UPROXX, who described it as featuring “classic rock melodies akin to, say, Thin Lizzy, alongside fuzz overdrive that could be an early Cloud Nothings track”. ‘Into The Night’ is taken from their upcoming new album, due out Spring 2018.
Kylypso share Nights from their debut EP ‘Soon Fun’
Nights is an old KYLYPSO song (one of the very first) that’s finally getting a studio airing. Inspired by the sounds they got out of a freshly purchased 90’s synthesiser, it’s a song about what could have been, set in the daydreams of a person who could have been a lover once but who chose another. Its nocturnal dance grooves lend it a late night show-stopping vibe, and it’s often the song they finish their live sets with, complete with a reverb heavy synth wig-out.
Today, GRAMMY® nominee and 19-year-old singer-songwriter Khalid announces his third North American headlining tour called “The Roxy Tour,” which will be making a number of stops in major cities including Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Philadelphia. Khalid is GRAMMY® nominated for Best New Artist, Song of the Year (“1-800-273-8255” – Logic Featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid), Best R&B Song (“Location”), Best Urban Contemporary Album (American Teen), and Best Music Video (“1-800-273-8255” – Logic Featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid). Tickets for the Khalid tour go on sale to the general public beginning Saturday, December 2nd.
In February of this year, Metallica announced the formation of their All Within My Hands Foundation, which is dedicated to assisting and enriching the lives of the members of the communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger, and other critical local services. Today, the band has launched the website, www.allwithinmyhands.org to keep fans up to date on the foundation, new activities, and the specific causes being supported.
Since announcing his signing to Secretly Canadian, Makeness, aka Kyle Molleson, is sharing another new track, ‘Day Old Death,’ from his forthcoming debut album due out next year. This follows the “thundering slice of electronica” of ‘Loud Patterns,’ in which Molleson “combines raw, organic drums and grating synth lines with ghost-like vocal melodies to create a track reminiscent of pop-laced EBM” (Mixmag).
Galantis & Throttle’s “Tell Me You Love Me” video debuts
Galantis’s heralded new album The Aviary—out now via Big Beat Records—debuted as a top 10 album in 23 countries including the number one record in Japan as well as the number one dance album in 17 countries.
L.A. Salami Announces New Album “City of Bootmakers”
London resident L.A. Salami is pleased to announce news of his second album The City Of Bootmakers released through Sunday Best Recordings on 13th April 2018.
A prolific writer, there have been two previous EP’s and last year’s debut album Dancing With Bad Grammar whilst also confirming a number of albums are already finished – the album is preceded by lead track Generation L(ost) which highlights the album’s pervasive strands of social, political and human polemic. Lyrically the track is “about feeling lost during the journey of finding yourself.” whilst the accompanying video “is what you do whilst on that journey.”
GENOCIDE PACT Announces Relapse Debut Order Of Torment
Washington, DC-based GENOCIDE PACT is prepared to unleash their raging sophomore full-length and Relapse debut, Order Of Torment. The song “Conquered And Disposed” has been issued for streaming alongside preorders for the record.
Algorythm ‘Behind The Clouds’ EP out 8th Dec
Berlin based Algorythm announces ‘Behind the Clouds’ EP on Neptune Records out 8th December 2017. The EP is the second to come from Neptune Records with his debut ‘Santos Express’ marking the inception of the label.
Rising Australian project No Mono debuts new track “Violence Broken”
The new song features Snowdon’s gripping vocals, which bring warmth across the track that builds and swells with intensity. Of “Violence Broken,” artist Tom Iansek says, “I remember discussing the general themes of the song with Tom (Snowdon)—the idea of arriving at the critical point of change in your life when you decide that the way you have been living is no longer serving you. Snowdon opened his lyric book to begin writing, and the first page he opened to had the words ‘Violence Broken’ written in the middle of the page. We smiled at each other; it encapsulated the idea so well, and the words flowed easily from here.”
Allentown alternative rockers Vicious. are back again with an angsty new track, “S.O.O.” The band partnered with Pure Grain Audio today to debut the song, which is rage-rock anthem dedicated to the freedom fighters of the world, in which vocalist Sam Sky lyrically captures a shared frustration with the state of the recent sociopolitical climate.
Public Access TV share video
Today, Public Access TV have shared a video for their new single “MetroTech” off of their highly anticipated sophomore album “Street Safari”, due out in February 2018.
The video features Kevin Corrigan (Buffalo 66, Pineapple Express, The Departed) dancing through the dimly lit streets of the city.
It’s no secret – Juan Magan loves making us dance, and he knows exactly what it takes to get people moving. This time he’s closing out the year with a sonic gem that blends Latin rhythms, pop, dance, rap, and reggaeton – it’s an international masterpiece that takes listeners from Cuba to Mexico to Colombia to the Dominican Republic. Titled “Let Yourself Go,” this track shines with the ethereal voice of Belinda, who has previously lent her magic to Magan’s tunes like “Te Voy A Esperar” for Tadeo Jones’ film and “Si No Te Quisiera” along with Lapiz Conciente. Also on the new single are the talented Manuel Turizo, Snova and B-Case. Let yourself go, and enjoy this new single!
Anti- Records is proud to announce the signing of Un Blonde for the World (outside Canada), the solo project of Montreal-based musician, producer and composer Jean-Sebastian Audet.
Over the course of a steady stream of self-produced albums and EPs, Audet has laid down the framework for a constantly mutating series of musical environments, which forge highly unique connections between hints of contemporary r&b, cubist avant-funk, low-key soul, indie pop, and confessional songwriting. This heady mixture spilled over into Good Will Come To You (Flemish Eye), a brilliant, 21-song widescreen presentation of Audet’s concepts, which landed him a spot on the Long List for 2016’s Polaris Music Prize and further cemented his growing reputation as one of the most compellingly original new artists to emerge in recent year.
Tiny Mix Tapes premiered the video for Uncle Meg’s “Impermanent” and we’d love if you’d consider sharing it. The track is the second single off the upcoming album, Can’t Stay Say The Same, which comes out this Friday (December 1st).
Meyhem Lauren and DJ Muggs get trippy in new video
Fresh off the release of their new album, Gems From The Equinox, Queen’s finest
Meyhem Lauren and legendary LA producer, DJ Muggs have returned with a new music video for the opening track from the LP “Camel Crush”. Watch gothic imagery and arachnids superimposed behind urban decay as the duo catch wreck in the black and white video.
VH1 You Oughta Know Alt-R&B/Soul Recording Artist RUSSELL TAYLOR
Alt-R&B/Soul Crooner RUSSELL TAYLOR recently released his fourth studio project, “Tin Man: The Blue” to rave reviews. “The Blue is a collection of songs that are introspective and moody; like if we could hear the color Blue speak for itself over music. Tin Man is a reference to the movie The Wiz, wherein the Tin Man was on a quest to find his heart. The Tin Man wanted to feel. As a Black man living in the current state of the world, to feel is to be vulnerable. To be vulnerable can be dangerous. Tin Man is a way of expressing my vulnerability via song,” mentions Russell.
Canadian Country Artist, Brett Kissel, Garners Stateside Attention with “We Were That Song”
Multi award-winning Canadian country music artist and CCMA Awards’ reigning Male Artist of the Year, Brett Kissel is garnering stateside popularity with the release of his current single, “We Were That Song,” which is now airing on SiriusXM’s, The Highway (Ch. 56) and placed on Spotify playlists, including “PlayStation Music,” “New Boots,” “The Sound of Canada” and “Ride and Play.” The video for the single is gaining exposure on GAC and The Country Network.
Stream New Acid Dad 7″ via Consequence of Sound
NYC-based band Acid Dad will release a new 7″ this Friday, 12/1 via Greenway Records. Currently available for pre-order, it comes as a follow-up to the band’s 2016 debut EP Let’s Plan A Robbery and features two 7″-exclusive singles, “Die Hard” and “Bodies.”
Hailing from Estonia, Holy Motors is a five-piece twang and reverb band featuring three guitarists. They are cowboys at heart who come off as shoegazers by their presence and dreamcatchers in their music.
Keeva Shares New Video For ‘Whiskey’
Today Keeva releases the video for her debut single Whiskey (out now), directed by London based videographer Treve Jackson-Hicks. The track was recorded at Niles City Sound, the Fort Worth, Texas studio founded by Josh Block, Austin Jenkins and Chris Vivion. Collectively, they are best known as the production team behind Leon Bridges’ breakout debut album Coming Home.
Band Together Bay Area Returns for Second Benefit Concert Featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, December 14
A second Band Together Bay Area benefit concert has been announced to continue the momentum of support for the North Bay after the devastating fires. Band Together 2 will take place December 14 at the historic Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and feature performances by Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real. 100% of ticket sales will go to the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund supporting North Bay community foundations, service providers and government partners working with low-income communities hit hardest by the fires. Another Planet Entertainment, Salesforce, Lynne and Marc Benioff and Twilio have signed on to support the event.
Following the runaway success of, ‘Night Walk’, Gold Fir satisfies the demand for soulful sassy vibes with ‘Sirens’, the follow up single out via +1 Records.
The emerging London duo saw a huge response to their debut offering, which was accompanied by a vibrant 2D animated video produced by Rejjie Snow collaborator Jack Brown. With repeat plays across BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, 6 Music, Triple J and Beats 1, as well as support online from i-D, DIY, Hunger, London In Stereo and a run in the Hype Machine popular chart, Spotify, Apple Music, Vevo and Bandcamp also came out in support of ‘Night Walk’ with heavy playlisting and homepage features alike.
Allie Baby – “No Feelings”
With raw, street-savvy lyricism and a raspy New Orleans accent, Allie Baby has certainly developed a sound that is uniquely her own. Allie Baby shows she has “No Feelings with her new single release. The track expresses the numbness and heartbreak felt by a woman who has reached the breaking point in a toxic relationship. With undertones of female empowerment, she reassures women that there is nothing wrong with putting yourself first after dealing with manipulative men. New Orleans’ own songwriter and R&B artist Denisia adds a sensational vibe and flavor to the chorus, echoing the song’s theme: “I can do bad all by myself.”
The mastermind behind the song of the summer “Magnolia,” and the infamous Yo Pi’erre! tag, Atlanta based rapper and producer Pi’erre Bourne has released his debut single, “Yo Pi’erre!” ft. Playboi Carti, out now on SossHouse/ Interscope Records.
Too Close To Touch Share New Video “Before I Cave In”
“We’re happy to share our new single, ’Before I Cave In’ — a dark and emotive song that was cathartic for us to write. We wanted to push ourselves to try something new for this music video and explore making a light-hearted visual that was the polar opposite of that. Sometimes humor and the ability to laugh at yourself is the best form of self-medication.”