Typhoon Share New Music Video for “Remember”
Earlier this spring, Typhoon announced additional tour dates in support of Offerings, starting the end of May, following a performance at Sasquatch Festival, and ending at Arroyo Seco Music & Arts Festival in Pasadena, CA. For the majority of Typhoon’s June tour dates, melodic rock band The Fourth Wall, also of Portland, will join as support.
Boston Ballet School (BBS) proudly presents its ninth annual Next Generation performance featuring Christopher Wheeldon’s The American, Act III of Raymonda by Marius Petipa with additional choreography by Boston Ballet Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen, and a new work by BBS faculty member Igor Burlak. The program opens with Les Passages, which features dancers of all levels of the Pre-Professional program in pieces choreographed by BBS faculty members. This one-night-only performance takes place June 6 at the Boston Opera House.
“Next Generation shines a spotlight on the incredible young talent that we have the pleasure of developing,” said Boston Ballet Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen. “Boston Ballet School is dedicated to providing the highest quality of training of dancers to ensure the success of our students who will contribute their many gifts to this living art form.”
Songwriter Mag premieres bittersweet indie-folk by Toni Sidgwick
Yesterday, Scotland-based singer-songwriter Toni Sidgwick premiered her new single “Try” via Songwriter Mag who called the track “…a delicate, lovely, and bittersweet indie-folk track by an absolutely brilliant songwriter.”
Today, dynamic singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and YouTube star SAARA releases her Almost Acoustic EP.
As today is her birthday, the EP is a gift to her beloved and highly engaged fans. The release includes four new tracks and one remix, all of which were co-written by SAARA.
French Psych Noir: LA FEMME drops a dark new music video for dancey single “Elle Ne T’aime Pas”
French krautrock-inspired psychedelic band La Femme returns with a freaky new noir-themed music video for “Elle Ne T’aime Pas.” This is the third video in a collection from the 2016 full-length, Mystère. Directed by La Femme, “Elle Ne T’aime Pas” stars artist Regina Demina alongside the band.
Soul/Pop Guitarist Jackie Venson Drops NEW Track/Video via Texas Monthly and The 405
Austin-born, soul/pop guitarist/vocalist, Jackie Venson, announces the relaese of her new single/video, “Only Have You,” follow up to her EP Transcends (9/30/17) and announces appearance at ACL, amidst her NYC residency at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3 (May 2 & 9), The Cutting Room (May 15), ahead of her European tour.
salute Shares New Track “Honey”
Hailing from Austria and now residing in Manchester, electronic producer salute returns today with a brand new single, “Honey”, available now via 37 Adventures. “Honey” is taken from salute’s forthcoming EP Condition I, which is due for release on June 1st and is the first in a trio of EPs salute will be releasing over the next few months. Listen to it HERE.
“Loving You More” is simply proof of why Tom Tripp is a pop-soul natural and one of the purest new singer/songwriter we have. A self-taught musician (plays guitar, bass and drums) the song sees the 22 year old experimenting with influences from his Nigerian heritage and afro-beats as well as the hi-gloss experience of making music in studios in LA. Anchoring the stylistic twist is his signature candid songwriting – raking over the process of letting go after a break up. As Tom says “I am a sensitive Scorpio, I am very in touch with my emotions”.
Mipso Release New Video For “Servant To It”
North Carolina’s beloved Americana band Mipso have released an official video for “Servant To It,” a track from their recently released acclaimed album Edges Run. Premiering with Culture Collide, the video shows the behind-the-scenes dynamic and shenanigans of the band on the road. Mipso’s Libby Rodenbough (vocals, fiddle, songwriter) describes, “There’s a romantic myth about artists that doesn’t square with the banal kind of privilege it usually takes to be one publicly. “Servant To It” is a wink at that myth. This video is a portrait of our reality as working musicians. Jacob Blumberg, the creator, came out on the road with us on a recent run down through the Deep South, and he put together a ton of material—disposable camera stills, old VHS camcorder footage, etc.—in a way that conveys the fun and silliness and strangeness and madness of touring.“
LINDSAY ELL ANNOUNCES THE CONTINUUM PROJECT
Yesterday morning (5/1), Country star Lindsay Ell took to social media to announce news long-awaited by legions of fans: Ell will release her version of John Mayer’s Continuum album on Friday, May 25. Lindsay Ell’s The Continuum Project, co-produced and co-engineered by Ell, will be available at all digital retailers and streaming services.
Texas three-piece Corusco have been flying under the radar the last few years while writing new music and performing around the country. The band recently announced what they’ve been working on, their debut album Wake which has been set for release on May 25th, 2018. Produced by Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost), Wake was inspired by the idea that each song on it’s own is a piece of a larger mosaic that comes together to recreate a variety of memories encapsulated within the album. Today, Corusco has partnered with PopMatters for the premiere of their brand new music video for the album’s lead single, “New Year.” The video features a recreation of the night that inspired the lyrics behind the track which describes a first kiss that felt as if it were plucked right out of a movie.
Magnet has shared The Orange Peels new LP ‘Trespassing’. It is out now via Minty/Fresh. Prior to this All Things Go shared The Orange Peels third single “Room 222”. The 405 shared the single “Stealing Days” which also had two remixes that appeared on Punknews. The first remix is the “Chasing Thoughts Mix” and it’s done by Mystery Lawn (feat. Beth Arzy) and the second remix is “The Security Mix” and it’s done by U-Dot Sound.
The Material Release First Single in 5 Years // Skope Magazine
The Material first entered the scene in 2007 after winning a spot on the MTV Dew Circuit Breakout. After releasing four EPs and two LPs, the band toured tirelessly, sharing stages with Blameshift, Every Avenue and Therefore Tomorrow, and playing countless festivals like SXSW, Warped Tour, X-Fest and Summerfest. After the band decided to take a break in 2014, lead vocalist Colleen D’Agostino signed to mau5trap records, where she co-wrote a platinum certified single on the Grammy nominated album by electronic producer deadmau5.
JAIRA BURNS DEBUTS VIDEO FOR “OKOKOK!”
Upscale Music Group/Interscope Records newcomer Jaira Burns is taking matters into her own hands in the visual for her single “OKOKOK.” Fed up with her beau and “buzzing” from her newfound high, Burns promises that she’ll be just fine as she shifts from their bland white bedroom to a myriad of colorful displays. The Burns-envisioned, Lucy Sandler-directed video complements the blue-haired crooner’s style perfectly; showcasing her playful personality and flair. Burns emotes sass as her soulful voice laces the up-tempo track. The single is the first release off of her EP Burn Slow. Watch the video HERE.
Superbean’s “Fuck Youth” video goes viral!
Power-pop trio Superbean has rocketed to international fame with their new video “Fuck Youth.” Shot on iPhones and edited on a Mac, the video was uploaded and shared just once, but immediately went viral. One month after upload the video had over half a million views.
iTunes: bit.ly/superbeanitunes CD, digital, limited edition LP: http://superbean.bandcamp.comIn the old days, punk rock was about the kids, the "wild youth" in the streets. Now that all the punks are old, it's the kids that are the problem, so we say….
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All For Darcy – ‘Ordinary Life’ Single & Video
All for Darcy came into existence when good mates Pete Atkinson and Sam Hickey played music at a Mt. Lilydale footy function. The two then started working on songs together, which Pete had been writing about his son Darcy Atkinson, who passed away in 2012 in unclear circumstances. Pete and Sam realised that the songs were more than just an emotional outlet with a rapidly growing fan base. Ordinary Life is the featured single from All For Darcy’s debut EP Too Beautiful for Earth.
Afro B reveals video for viral sensation ‘Drogba (Joanna)’
London artist Afro B, a key figure of the Afrobeat sound that continues to surge in global popularity, has unveiled the video for ‘Drogba’ – the first single from his AfroWave 2 mixtape out on May 25th – a melodic and upbeat production that shares its name with one of Africa’s most important sporting figureheads; former Ivorian footballer Didier Drogba.
Team Picture Share new single ‘Break Yr Heart’
This new cut drops just ahead of the band’s dates at Liverpool Sound City, Newcastle’s Hit The North and Salford’s Sounds From The Other City (dates and times below) – sitting on the post-punk inspired flip-side, it’s perhaps the most guitar-heavy track from the forthcoming release. Speaking about the track, guitarist Josh says: ‘Break Yr Heart’ is kind of a classic rock song with a fuzzy bottom end and some really seat-of-the-pants vocals. Kind of like The Stooges if they were a bunch of nerds.”
SOUL DISSOLUTION: PopMatters Debuts Video of “Stardust” — Title Track From Belgium Atmospheric Black Metal Unit’s Sophomore Release
Belgium based atmospheric black metal band SOUL DISSOLUTION’s second album, “Stardust”, came out last month via Black Lion Records. The band has issued a music video of the title track.
Premiered by PopMatters, stream the video of “Stardust” AT THIS LOCATION
Watch the new vídeo from Raw in Sect – “Arena”
Raw In Sect’s hometown of Athens is the basis for new single Arena, taken from the band’s upcoming third album Kitro.
Commenting on the song and video, lead vocalista/guitarist Kostas Diamandis says: “Arena is tied with Athens like a wordplay. In Greek it’s called “Athena” so the words resemble each other. The song/video is a hymn about the city itself. The traffic, the worn out buildings, the people, the stray cats and dogs and of course the streets are all part of what composes various parts of the city that you won’t find in tourist guides.” Continuing “Arena is meant to depict the routine/everyday life of normal people and what one sees in a real walk through the city. We wanted to do this as the city itself has been a great source of inspiration throughout the entire record and are sure it’s going to inspire the viewers as well.”
ENRIQUE IGLESIAS RELEASES NEW TRACK “MOVE TO MIAMI” FEAT. PITBULL TODAY
“MOVE TO MIAMI” was produced by Nitti Gritti, Wuki and J.R. Rotem.
Hip Hop and fashion icon, reality television star, entrepreneur, and entertainment mogul Jim Jones announces his new venture – VL Mobile. The wireless service provides access to simple and affordable wireless. VL Mobile is a trap approved wireless network.
VL Mobile provides contractual services and non contractual services. Plans start at $25 a month. Actual VL Mobile trap phones are available starting at $50.
“I will continue to share my lifestyle with the world,” says Jones, “Trap phones is just the latest wave.”
Mansionair Unveil Video for Single “Violet City”
Mansionair was born when multi-instrumentalist & producer Lachlan Bostock joined with folk singer Jack Froggatt and jazz drummer Alex Nicholls to collaborate on ‘Hold Me Down’ – the chemistry between the trio was instant and ‘Hold Me Down’ hit one million views in just two months.
Epic Records has announced the signing of rising female newcomer HoodCelebrityy, the acclaimed Jamaican born/Bronx breakout star whose melodic flow on the recent remix of French Montana’s “Famous” continues her signature blend of cutting edge Dancehall delivered with all the Bronx-bred hip hop clout her aptly named persona evokes. In 2015 she began to establish her dynamic musical presence building her own well-rounded repertoire and garnering numerous features. By 2017, HoodCelebrityy joined KSR Group and released two seminal mixtapes, Can’t Believe It’s Just A girl and Trap vs. Reggae. Hailed as an ‘On The Rise Artist’ by The Source, she’s reaped media attention from Noisey to Fader to The New Yorker, which hailed her “Famous” cameo and recent single “Walking Trophy,” calling her one of the ‘new global faces of dancehall’ and praising her ‘ear for melody and delivery on par with Vybz Kartel’ (the Reggae/Dancehall legend who she cites as one of her major influences.)
Alan Fitzpatrick presents ‘We Are The Brave Radio’
One of the undergrounds forefront tastemakers since bursting onto the scene in 2008, Alan Fitzpatrick today launches his his brand new radio show, ‘We Are The Brave Radio.’
A weekly series packed with the freshest cuts from the techno scene, Alan’s dynamic broadcasts will feature both live mixes, and studio mixes, from both Alan himself, and an array of his DJ peers. Creating an exciting 60 minute combination of exclusives and cutting edge tracks, as well as interviews, the weekly show will be archived exclusively on Mixcloud every Thursday.
NAPALM DEATH’s “You Suffer” Forever Immortalised in Bitcoin’s Blockchain
Pioneering British independent record label Earache has launched its brand-new website, giving it its first full refresh since its original launch in 1995. The website serves to celebrate all that Earache has achieved over the years… from humble independent record label to international rock powerhouse with stages at Glastonbury Festival and indeed forthcoming at the 2018 Boomtown Fair.
Angela Peterson “Firearms & Firewater”
Summing up her passion in a single statement, “I’m a country soul singer deep in my heart. I love telling stories, performing live, and getting to know my fans.” Singer-Songwriter Angela Peterson has taken over Nashville with a vengeance and is thrilled to release her newest work of art.
Born and raised on Texas country music, the pint-sized firecracker performed over 3,000 shows while still in her teens; singing the National Anthem at the Astrodome and headlining the Texas State Fair.