Amidst a summer of touring across both North America and Europe, TALL HEIGHTS today announce the forthcoming release of their new album Pretty Colors For Your Actions this Fall via Sony Music Masterworks. The album’s debut will set into motion a huge fall for the group, who will celebrate the release with a string of headlining tour dates across North America. The Pretty Colors For Your Actions Release Tour will kick off October 11th in Northampton, MA and continue throughout North America for over 35 dates before concluding with a hometown finale performance at Boston’s Royale.
The Molochs shared the video for the LP’s first single “I Wanna Say To You”. Just a few weeks ago The Line Of Best Fit announced the band’s new LP ‘Flowers In The Spring’. The Molochs will release their new LP, the follow up to 2017’s America’s Velvet Glory, on 9/7 via Innovative Leisure.
A well-connected ambassador for ATL trap music, Black Migo Gang chieftain Young Scooter specializes in hard-hitting hustler’s anthems. A slow-burning street hit with over 5 million plays on Spotify and 7.5 million views on YouTube, Scooter’s “Jugg King” is a cocky and infectious banger, built around an epic, see-sawing chord progression and a dramatic piano loop, which Scooter matches with a gleeful sing-song flow. Breathing new life into the 2017 hit, Scooter recruits Rick Ross and T.I. for the song’s remix. The Bawse kicks off the song with his typical bravado (“Yayo when I’m on the block/Yayo in the coffee pot/Yayo in the rental car/I’m sold out by 10 o’ clock”), before the King comes through with an erudite burst of double-time (“Fuck n*gga do what they can/Real n*gga do what they want/I fuck with Young Scooter and the Black Migo Gang cause I know they gon’ keep it A-1”), and Scooter takes the anchor leg. Premiered by Billboard, the “Jugg King” remix follows Trippple Cross, Scooter’s most recent album, released in March by Black Migo Gang and EMPIRE.
MICK BLANKENSHIP drops hot new video for TRANSCEND THE MACHINE
Heavy rock vocalist Mick Blakenship is back with his new video Transcend The Machine from his debut album Crown Of Apathy that was released earlier this year. The album was co-produced with Disturbed bass player John Moyer and the album also guest features Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal (Guns N Roses) on guitars.
It’s never been easy to tie No Kind of Rider to a single city or region, given their formation as teenagers in Tulsa, subsequent move to Portland, and the recent relocation of drummer Jon Van Patten to Brooklyn. But with the completion of their first full-length, Savage Coast, NKOR’s many influences merge to form a unique statement on devotion, commitment, grief, and hope. Today the band share their stunning, resilient debut album, ‘Savage Coast’ in full with All Music and speak on the concept and process of creating their debut record.
Welsh alt-rock outfit Estrons are today sharing a video to accompany latest single “Lilac”. “Lilac” was chosen by Huw Stephens as his Tune of the Week and, during its premiere on the show, described it as “so good” that he played it twice in a row.
The magnetic intimacy of Majik’s lyrics and vocal delivery is what stands them apart, and this has never been quite so apparent than with their latest offering ‘X’. Wearing his heart on his sleeve, the duo’s front man Marcus sings “I’m lost in your chaos again, changing all the chemicals that you put in my head”. The song is both a nod to a destructive relationship, and the subsequent struggles with his mental health – something he has chosen to speak openly about, as a sufferer of bipolar and depression.
MENKE UNVEILS VIDEO FOR ‘NATTSKÄRRAN’ / DEBUT EP ‘TILL HAVET’ OUT NOW
A producer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist in her own right, Menke creates her own soulful world with small gestures. She plays piano, guitar, banjo, cello, vibraphone, but also more unconventional instruments such as lyre and wine glasses.