Rocky Morningside Releases Video for Single “Tricks Up My Sleeve” in Observance of the Pink Full Moon
Rocky Morningside announced the release of his video for single “Tricks Up My Sleeve” off of his B-side record in observance of tonight’s full Pink Moon.
“I’ve always been a night owl. My most creative ideas have manifested late at night when most people are sleeping. I don’t know factually if the moon has the ability to embolden our biological makeup or behavior but it does something to me and I like it! Full moons enhance my passion and productiveness, so it feels natural to me to unveil my art during that phase of the moon. That said, from here into oblivion you can always expect new music from Rocky Morningside on every full moon! “says Rocky. He adds, “Tricks is a machine driven trek through a incipient mine filled forest shape shifting freebase jump into a partial accelerator. Spray a fresh coat of multidimensional mystery onto your ass pockets and hold on tightly. It’s out there!”
Swedish Post-Rockers Junodef produce video for ‘Gold’ using all-female crew
Hailing from Lund, Sweden, Junodef offer up unique post-rock explorations, drawing on a wide range of influences from Chelsea Wolfe to PJ Harvey and Warpaint. Having made a name for themselves in within Malmö’s underground scene, the band relocated to London. Their new surroundings have seen them take on an even wider sphere of influences, and new track ‘Gold’ sees them experimenting with electronics and trip-hop sounds.
KACEY MUSGRAVES SHARES “SPACE COWBOY” VIDEO
Kacey Musgraves releases the video for “Space Cowboy,” the first visual from her critically-acclaimed #1 album Golden Hour. Shot on location in Mexico City and directed by Courtney Phillips (Marshmello, Khalid, Anne-Marie), the video initially captures the vulnerability and loneliness of a broken relationship, ultimately portraying the quiet confidence and strength that comes with letting go.
COG Release ‘Altered States’ Single
Sydney progressive rock trio Cog are set to release their second single this year. Following the release of The Middle, they’re back with a track that will blow you away, Altered States.
Skope video submission: Skipp Whitman, “Bright Times”
Massachusetts-bred, LA-based emcee/producer Skipp Whitman presents the Pat Anthony and Jonny Forance-directed music video for “Bright Times”, the first upcoming song from his forthcoming album GIRLS.
Bud Light River City Rockfest returns for its sixth year with a massive rock lineup Saturday, September 22 at The AT&T Center Grounds in San Antonio, Texas. South Texas’ only rock festival will feature a headlining performance from Nine Inch Nails, and will also feature Primus, Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, Chevelle, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Clutch, Hellyeah, Suicidal Tendencies, and many more on three stages.
Happy. Release Music Video for “Winona Ryder” Produced by Will Pugh (Cartel)
Happy., comprising of Tate Logan (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Jack Eskridge (Guitar), Caleb Rucker (Drums), and Sean Bowick (Bass), is more than just a pop punk band from Columbia, SC. Formed in 2016, Happy. released a successful EP entitled, The Endless Bummer, before signing with independent record label, Rude Records in early 2018. The band’s mission, to provide a sense of nostalgia for listeners with a sound that is full of infectious melodic hooks, oozing with catchy harmonies. Today the band is thrilled to unveil their brand new music video for single, “Winona Ryder”recorded, produced and engineered by Will Pugh of Cartel and mastered by Cameron Boucher of Sorority Noise.
Post Malone Goes Post Hardcore
Rapper Post Malone has been blowing up the scene with his infectious hooks and flow. His talent has not gone unnoticed as even metalheads are taking notice and putting their own unique spin on his tracks. Now or Never found inspiration in “I Fall Apart,” (mixed and mastered by Erik Ron) in which the band is excited to premiere their cover of the hit.
Described by Vocalist Logan Fischer as “a ragtag group of dudes from other bands built by social media”, Now or Never combines members of I Set My Friends on Fire, Reconstruct and Survivalist. Even though all living states apart, were able to come together to create the genre-transcending track. Fischer explained, “We decided to whip up a song for fun one day and see how it turns out. We really like the way it turned out so we were like, ‘hey, why do’t we start a project’ and bam! here we are.”
GIVERS new single ‘Collide’ (170k streams since Friday)
To fill you in, GIVERS have had a busy couple of years having supported The War On Drugs, while drummer/vocalist Tiffany toured North America as part of LCD Soundsystem’s touring line-up last year. The new track follows 2016’s album New Kingdom, the follow up to their acclaimed 2011 debut In Light.