Tommy Stewart’s Dyerwulf release new single

Tommy Stewart’s Dyerwulf is two piece doom metal hailing from the United States consisting of drums, bass, and vocals only, and featuring Tommy Stewart from classic thrashers Hallows Eve and Eric Vogt from Armed Chaos.

Currently the band is writing and recording their sophomore album set to be released on November 2018 but in the meantime the US doomsters have released the single “Shadow in the Well”, which is an early release single from that upcoming second release.

Pull The Fuckin Trigger “Cocaine Rap” (Feat. Danny)

Pull The Fuckin Trigger is Back With Another Dose Of That Hardcore Boom Bap Hip-Hop With The New Music Video For “Cocaine Rap” Featuring L.A.’s Own “Danny” The Track Is Off The Latest Album “Until Its My Time To Die” In Stores Now!

Black Stone Cherry To Release 6th Album – Family Tree On April 20th

BLACK STONE CHERRY is set to release their sixth studio album, Family Tree via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 20th April 2018. Burnin’, the first musical taste of the new collection is available today, along with the ability to pre-order the release in various physical and digital formats. Check out the lyric video for Burnin’ here.

WAYFARER: Colorado Black Metal Act To Issue Third LP

World’s Blood is black metal of the American West. WAYFARER recorded the album in the winter of early 2018 at The Thousand Caves in New York under the watchful production of Colin Marston.

Legacy Recordings to Release Johnny Cash: Forever Words

Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release Johnny Cash: Forever Words–a collaborative album consisting of songs created from Johnny Cash’s unknown poetry, lyrics, and letters set to music by an astounding array of contemporary artists–on Friday, April 6.

Johnny Cash: Forever Words will be available on CD, 2LP Vinyl and Digital formats.

John Prine “The Tree of Forgiveness” out April 13

In celebration of the album, Prine will embark on an extensive tour that will span throughout 2018, including a very special co-headline concert at New York’s Radio City Music Hall with Sturgill Simpson (solo) on album release day as well as newly announced shows at L.A.’s Ace Theatre, Boston’s Wang Theatre, Austin’s Bass Hall and Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium (two nights). Tickets for the newly added dates will be available for presale beginning Wednesday, February 14 with general on sale starting Friday, February 16. See below for complete details. Every concert ticket sold will include a copy The Tree of Forgiveness (CD only) upon its release.

BIG K.R.I.T. Premieres “Big Bank” Music Video FT. T.I

Today, critically acclaimed rapper and producer, Big K.R.I.T., premieres the official video for “Big Bank” featuring 3x Grammy Award-Winning artist, T.I. The “Big Bank” visual, directed by Motion Family, is a reflective nod to the braggadocios, country demeanor of Big K.R.I.T. who has expressed “that’s just me being country, being southern, over a sample-melodic amazing song with knock.” – NPR.

Jay xero is no more

today, I evolve from my basic form into something greater: warner case.

I learned a lot as Jay xero, but must leave it behind for bigger, more exciting things to come. check the premiere of my new persona, new single “upsidown”, and other big news announcements (new celeb manager / model status / etc) in a wide-ranging exclusive interview with the daily news project, below.

Darlingside at The Sinclair on 3/22 – Boston, MA

Acclaimed alt-folk quartet Darlingside will perform a hometown show at The Sinclair on March 22 in support of their anticipated new album Extralife, which releases February 23 via More Doug Records/Thirty Tigers. Lyrically and musically, Darlingside moves forward on their latest effort, as they create an ambient, dreamlike atmosphere with their seamless vocals and masterful instrumentation. The band’s sound is not merely a studio creation as anyone who has seen them live can attest to. The merging of their four voices into a single microphone is something to experience to believe.

MONSTERNAUT: new album “Enter The Storm” coming soon on Heavy Psych Sounds Records

Finland’s stoner rock newcomers MONSTERNAUT invite you into a world of fuzz, with their sophomore album “Enter The Storm” to be unleashed on April 27th via Heavy Psych Sounds.

MONSTERNAUT’s “Enter the Storm” is a 12-track getaway in the Finnish tundra. The band’s second album follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, this time heavier than before. The album is filled with familiar Fu Manchu influences blended in trash and sludge grooves. If you like straightforward groovy stoner rock, you will like this. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered in a coastal town of southern Finland by Teemu Aalto.

Fool The Officlal Video from the French Otomo (Coucheron/ Orbital/ Naughty Boy)

Supported by NOISEY, OTOMO is a French electronic artist with a vision reaching far beyond popular stardom. He actively refuses to partake in the society in its current form and thus disappears. As he describes it: “In sprawling Megacities where continuous flows of data and information is dumped every second before our very eyes… In a world where relationships are digitized, where loneliness is amplified, where reality dematerilizes each day a little more… One man has made a choice to put himself at the fringes, to disappear, to exist, faceless wearing a mask to become human again, To become unique again. To become OTOMO”.


British composer Harry Escott and artist PJ Harvey have collaborated on An Acre of Land, a new recording that is the theme to Dark River, the latest film by Director Clio Barnard. The entire film is also scored by Escott, who says: ‘recording PJ Harvey’s vocal on “An Acre of Land”, a song we arranged together for Dark River, was a spine-tingling experience.’

Billboard streaming Born Ruffians’ “Uncle, Duke & The Chief” in its entirety

Lalonde says of the band’s reunited core trio, “We all have the same weird, shorthand language of knowing how to put a song together…it’s really super-fast and efficient.” The album’s writing was greatly informed by both Bowie’s passing as well as a cancer diagnosis for Lalonde’s father.