ZERO FOR CONDUCT: Svbterranean Premieres “Rollin'”
New Jersey-based rock/punk trio ZERO FOR CONDUCT is just over a week from releasing their new album, CTRL+Z, through Nefarious Industries.
Svbterranean is helping advance the record’s release by debuting the new single “Rollin’,” referring to the album as, “a pop-fueled rock record full of deceptive complexity, indie rock quirkiness, earworm hooks, and a bit of Touch And Go angularity. Fans of Dinosaur Jr., fIREHOSE, Hüsker Dü, and the like, will want to keep an eye out for it.”
New Music Video From M.D. and The Healers
Rebel Sound Records and Top Shelf Reggae are proud to announce the release of M.D. and the Healers latest music video for their song “Insane.” The track is off their most recent E.P. “Welcome To Babylon” released in September of 2017. The video was shot in the bands home town of Brooklyn, New York.
Discogs Shares The Top 50 Best Selling Records Of January 2018
The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of January 2018 chart is live and includes debuts by The Cranberries’ No Need To Argue at #10 and Sade’s Diamond Life at #20. Sales in January normalized back to the classics by Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson, and The Beatles, but The Cranberries at multiple spots in January’s list is unmistakably tied to the heartbreaking loss of Dolores O’Riordan and fans celebrating her life with the band’s earlier releases. Check out the entire chart of Discogs Best Sellers HERE.
Another new one for you inbox this week: music platform Audiomack is gearing up for the release of a brand new EP, ‘Skyline,’ featuring three tracks from some of London’s most exciting up and comers. I’d love to pass along your way the first cut from the project, a track with rapper Jay Prince, produced by Audiomack creative director TGUT, titled “Tell Me:”
Quickdraw Records Contracts With CDX Nashville, Bill Wence Promotions, & Mach3 Entertainment Group
Quickdraw Records LLC announces the international distribution of the band Spayed Koolie’s first professional single, “100 Years (Need)”, written by David Dorr and Neal Phillips. The single is being released via CDX Traction Nashville which tracks spins for the Americana Music Association weekly chart and will be sent to all secondary market Americana stations throughout the United States and internationally. Bill Wence Promotions is handling the radio promotion duties of the new single while Mach3 Entertainment, Nashville, has signed on as the official radio promoter for the single to all secondary market Music Row reporting stations, which includes Billboard Indicator stations.
Skope: “Didn’t I” tell you about Ruth Koleva? new single + album!
Ruth Koleva who is preparing to release her sophomore album Confidence. Truth on 3/30. Today, she shared a new single + live video for “Didn’t I” with Ones To Watch. A piano ballad built on a bed of ethereal sounds, Koleva laments how we often long for the past – the places we’ve been, and the people we’ve loved – but when we go back, it’s never quite the same.
“Ruth Koleva’s voice is amazing! I loved her first album…watch out for her!” – Mark Ronson
FISTER: Debilitating Doom Merchants To Unleash No Spirit Within Full-Length
Missouri-based doom merchants FISTER will unleash the earth-rupturing fruits of their No Spirit Within full-length this spring via Listenable Records. Manifesting a sound so poisonous, polluted, and nihilistic that “sludge,” “doom,” “funeral,” and “death” are the only words close to suitable in description, the Midwestern outfit are overpowering and relentless at a city-leveling volume like a Sisyphean artillery brigade cursed to push two hundred tons of speaker cabinets uphill forever. No Spirit Within was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Gabe Usery at Encapsulated Studios in St. Louis and will be released via Listenable Records in Europe on April 17th followed by a US street date of May 18th.
YUNGBLUD Shares Video For “Polygraph Eyes” Today
Self-directed by Yungblud (otherwise known as Dominic Harrison), the video for “Polygraph Eyes” offers Harrison’s commentary on consent (“She slurs when she speaks/But you hear what you want when she can’t even talk”). “We’ve been brought up in a society where the lad mentality has just been accepted, and I think that’s something that needs to be talked about.”
After an eventful 2017 for alternative rock outfit VISTA, the band has announced that they will be playing at April’s LAUNCH Music Conference. Their set will fall on the first day of the conference, April 12th, on the Lanc City Square York College stage at 8:15 PM. Since the completion of “The Oasis Tour” in November 2017, VISTA has been in the studio with ZK Productions (Mayday Parade, Set It Off, Chapel) working on new material. The production duo, made of Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount, previously produced lead vocalist Hope Vista’s final solo EP in 2015. Althogh no official release timeline has been announced, the band has hinted that no new music will be dropping until later on this year. In 2017, VISTA released their highly anticipated sophomore EP “Long Live,” featuring the lead single “Allegiance,” played at Irving Plaza, gained idobi rotation with their single “Henchmen,” and completed two headlining tours.
Stoner rock’s punchy newcomers HIGH REEPER are debuting their vintage-sounding debut full-length “High Reeper” in full via Doomed & Stoned, in anticipation of its official release on March 16th via Heavy Psych Sounds Records.
Tristan de Liège Announces “Kosame” LP
Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Tristan de Liège announces the release of his latest downtempo album, “Kosame,” due on Emancipator’s imprint, Loci records, April 13. Titled after the Japanese word for “light rain”, “Kosame ” is inspired by the feelings of nostalgia, peacefulness, and transience that accompany rain. The LP’s second single “Jioni” released today, can be defined as electro-acoustic although it eludes a transient sense of peace and simplicity.