Berlin’s Benedikt, Releases New Music Video for ‘Havana Nights’
Today, Benedikt the Canadian born, Berlin based solo-artist and creative, releases self-directed and produced music video for ‘Havana Nights’ (REL 05.07.18). The second single from his forthcoming EP due for release later this month.
In mid-June, Gospel group Zion’s Joy! quietly released a music video for their new single, “What Would Heaven Look Like” – the title track from their upcoming album from Habakkuk Music/InGrooves/Universal. On or about July 1st, with over 12,000 views and climbing, Facebook deleted the video without warning or notification. Attempts to reach Facebook to find a resolution were unsuccessful.
TEMPESST share raunchy video for new single
Speaking a little more on the lyrical beginnings of the song, Toma Banjanin said: “The week we started writing the instrumentals for the track we had a bit of an incident at a pub in east London. Some guys were giving Andy (Toma’s brother, and Tempesst drummer) a hard time about his jacket or hat or something and everyone was pretty drunk. The song was written to capture the memory for eternity.”
A feedback-laden mindfuck, boiling with intensity, the eleven tracks on SECRET CUTTER’s Quantum Eraser deliver a brutalizing, by-the-throat attack delivered through excruciating volume levels. The album was recorded by drummer Jared Stimpfl at Captured Recordings Studio (Jesus Piece, Ultra Mantis Black), mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Integrity, Obituary), and completed with cover art by Thomas Hooper (Neurosis, Converge).
Fractured synth-pop outfit Dead Ceremony manifest tender melancholy on ‘All This Noise’ video
Dead Ceremony is a four-piece from Tunbridge Wells Kent, made up of Christopher Stewart, David Trevillion, Neil Allen and Harry Pearce. Originally the solo-project of lead-singer and songwriter, Christopher, Dead Ceremony became an outfit and have cut their teeth releasing a steady run of acclaimed singles. They have honed their live show, including performing a sold-out debut London gig at St Pancras Old Church, playing to a full tent at the BBC Introducing stage of T in the Park, and supporting the likes of Wolf Alice and Sam Sure. A carefully delivered mixture of the digital and the organic make Dead Ceremony a special act to watch live, with a dynamic arrangement of beat driven dance tunes and fragile ballads.
Top down, tunes up and cruising out of the Jersey suburbs into yr heart are Garcia Peoples and their debut LP Cosmic Cash on Beyond Beyond is Beyond. Originally a quartet (Tom Malach and Danny Arakaki on guitars, Cesar Arakaki on drums, Derek Spaldo on bass) but recently beefed up into a five-piece with PG Six (Tower Recordings, Wet Tuna) on keys, Garcia Peoples are just what our little psychedelic corner of the world needs right now…fun.
Brooklyn born singer/songwriter/SAG Actress, Ambri is that rare artist who uses her gift of storytelling to share her art. She has the ability to write and sing music that can appeal to the masses. Ambri is redefining the meaning of an artist with her lyrical content and soulful vocals.
Ambri is focused on uplifting, empowering, and inspiring women, as she has been influenced by some of the greats throughout music history, like Brandy, Whitney Houston, Beyonce, Janet Jackson, Anita Baker, India Arie and Aaliyah.
Boy Pablo shares “Sick Feeling” video
Born and raised in Norway by Chilean parents, Pablo Muñoz aka Boy Pablo is a 19-year-old songwriter and producer making indie-pop songs for every walk of teenage life. Gaining early praise from Pitchfork, The FADER, Pigeon & Planes, RedBull Sound Select and more, Boy Pablo is quickly rising to the forefront of the bedroom indie-pop genre. Today Boy Pablo shares his video for “Sick Feeling”, off his upcoming new EP (out September 2018). Boy Pablo will embark on a global tour starting 7/6. More details are below.
Rebekah Rolland “Hole in the Earth”
An aroma of fiddle, violin, and Rolland’s twinkling voice blends together creating a tangy, fragrant melody. As the melodic flame burns at the surface, a darker instrumentation throughout the song spirals into a thin, constant cloud of smoke that meanders above the dancing ember. Each up and down motion creates a staccato of sounds like fluttering wings on a moth in the night as it is being drawn to a light.
DEVON GILFILLIAN’S “TROUBLEMAKER” VIDEO
Rolling Stone recently hailed Gilfillian as “one of the most exciting young artists in Nashville’s burgeoning soul scene” and noted, “If his new song ‘Troublemaker’ – a raucous heaping of swampy soul rock – is any indication of what to expect from [his debut album]…music lovers are in for a serious treat.”