The Lazlo Device share new single ‘Known to You’
London band The Lazlo Device share 3rd single ‘Known to You’ from sophomore album ‘You Stumble, I Fall’. Having recently released their glittering end-of-the-night track ‘Beetle’, and the huge, desert-summoning album closer ‘You Stumble, I Fall’, the experimental post-rock foursome smash out an energetic beat complete with synth-fringed nightclub-ambience in ‘Known to You’. Seamlessly switching from ska at one end of the album and towering rock at the other, all whilst remaining true to their signature warm, noise-laden sound, the band’s versatility knows no bounds.
THE KROWN JEWELS (TKJ) is a name coined by Donovan Heslop in the creation of a band for the UK Recording artist PRINCESS and as the house band for The International Reggae Train TV Show (The IRT TV Show). THE KROWN JEWELS is also a stand-alone performing/recording unit with triple threat Jermaine “JERMZ” Mellers in the roles of MD, bass player and lead singer. Having done some recording with “JERMZ” formerly of the Anthem band on a PRINCESS track, Donovan approached him to put the members together.
In a list reflective of the depth and breadth of The Showbox’s history, more than 150 local and national artists have signed onto an open letter in Friday’s Seattle Times urging Seattle residents to take action to #SAVETHESHOWBOX.
The group is led by Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie, Duff McKagan of Guns n’ Roses, Macklemore, and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam.
JESUS PIECE Issues “Punish” At Cvlt Nation
With the premiere of “Punish,” Cvlt Nation declares, “It was a long wait for a full length from JESUS PIECE. This record was absolutely worth the wait. Only Self is hardcore music at its finest. The songwriting, the metallic production, the lyrical content – it’s all so cohesive. When I first learned who JP was, I was glued to the internet for a few weeks watching live videos of a band that is uncompromisingly heavy. It’s a beautiful thing when a band’s live reputation stacks up to their album. This release is the next chapter in what will hopefully be a reign of unending terror for years to come.”
Reese LALARE has his foot on the gas and not letting up as he prepares for the release of his self titled album out August 17th via Empire. Today he shares a new track titled “Nosebleeds” with ATL crony Young Thug. Produced by Ayocain, listen to Reese and Thug bounce bars back and forth over on this one.
‘TELL ME THE TRUTH’ Video By Roseanna Vitro
Jon Hendricks, the Godfather of Vocal Jazz, wrote “Tell Me the Truth” during America’s struggle with racial division, Vietnam and Watergate. Yet his message couldn’t be more timely today. Grammy-nominated artist Roseanna Vitro reimagines “Tell Me the Truth” as an antidote to fake news, racial divides, attacking the free press and the divide-and-conquer politics of our age. “We The People” demand the truth. We are in a sobering time in our country. Freedom of speech is our constitutional right and knowing the truth is on the hearts and minds of all Americans.
Dance music legend Deorro conspired with Argentinian producer D3FAI to create a concoction of reverberating electro synths, thumping kicks and hard hitting bass, all of which metamorphosed into the massive big room house banger “TITAN.”
Deorro, already considered a “TITAN” of dance music, has started off this summer strong by bringing the heat to major music festivals across the globe, including Coachella, EDC Mexico, Lollapalooza Brazil, Argentina and Chile. In support of these major live plays, the Los Angeles-based, Mexican-American artist gifted audiences with several new productions geared towards festival stages; singles that were sure to please his fiercely loyal fanbase. It began with “Offspring” on Dim Mak and continued with “Shakalaka” with MAKJ, Steve Aoki, and Max Styler (Ultra); “Dracarys” with Dirty Audio (Monstercat); and “KNOCKOUT” with QUINTINO and MAKJ (Spinnin’). The releases add to his awe-inspiring collection of hits, including a cache of original productions, collaborations/remixes with Chris Brown, Elvis Crespo, Pitbull, Steve Aoki, Axwell, Krewella, Laidback Luke, Carnage, Diplo, R3hab and many more. Always giving the crowd what they need while staying true to his artistic compass, Deorro is sure to get the good times rolling wherever he goes.
Tolliver shares new track / music video “Emmanuel” ahead of debut EP release
Tolliver is the son of a Baptist pastor and gospel singing mother, raised in the ‘wild 100s’ on the south side of Chicago.
He’s a soul singer turned erotic electro R&B artist who writes songs about late night parties and anonymous sex. A Mormon gay porn editor by day, his music is about release and recovery, breakdowns and getting high.
Based Phoenix, Arizona, WHSTLE self-produced their first EP in November of 2017. Since then, they’ve made a big splash in the Southwest music scene, jumping on a leg of a national tour, performing at SXSW, and receiving regular radio play from Arizona’s top Alt & Rock FM stations. Additionally, they’ve shared the stage with a wide range of national acts like Sir Sly and Silento.
Tom Tyger and Charles B & VCTRY Get Funky with UK Garage Inspired House Track “One Too Many”
Protocol Recordings is throwing it back to the old school with a brand new UK garage-inspired house track by veteran Tom Tyger and label newcomers Charles B & VCTRY. Delivering a classic 4/4 percussive bassline paired with funky topline instrumentals and a catchy, pitch-shifted vocal hook, “One Too Many” will transport listeners back to the days of bare-bones warehouse parties, where UK garage rooms were the most sought-after places to dance to artists like Disclosure and their contemporaries. Tyger has been a longtime member of the Protocol family with tracks such as his hits “Rave Me” with FaderX as well as “C’est La Vibe” with Raiden, while the newly combined forces Charls B & VCTRY are making their debut with the release of “One Too Many.” The track’s seldom-heard sound is a welcome addition to the Protocol arsenal, proving once again that Nicky Romero and his crew are constantly challenging the way we think about and listen to modern dance music. Take a listen to “One Too Many” – and be ready to let your dancing shoes loose in the club.
Jamie Scoles releases her new single and music video ‘She Is’ this Saturday 8/11/18.
Jamie Scoles is an Asian American drummer, formerly a part of the all-female pop rock band Nylon Pink. Nylon Pink gained notoriety after reaching millions of viewers on YouTube and songs featured on hit television shows such as; MTV’s Jersey Shore, The Hills, Oxygen’s Bad Girls Club and more. From seventeen to twenty-one, Jamie toured with Nylon Pink across the world, and shared the stage with some of the artists that activated her own playing. Jamie was honored and placed in The Hard Rock Hall of Fame in Macau and Malaysia.
Gorgon City release album ‘Escape’ and video for ‘Let It Go’ ft NAATIONS
Gorgon City have today released their brand new album ‘Escape’ – the eagerly anticipated follow-up to their debut album ‘Sirens’ in 2014 which sold over 70,000 UK copies, with the pair amassing over 675 million combined streams in their career so far. In line with the arrival, they have also released the official video for ‘Let It Go’ featuring NAATIONS.
ASHRR Release Tantalizingly Twisted, Official Music Video for Addictive New Single, “Sometimes”
Unique synth pop musical collective ASHRR, made up of Singer – Songwriter Steven Davis and Artist / Producers Ethan Allen and Josh Charles, will be releasing the follow up to their dark synth debut “Medicine Man” in the form of “Sometimes” on 8/10/2018. Eschewing categories, “Sometimes” is a sermon of captivating lyrical imagery , inspired and inspiring composition, and a fresh take on post modern creativity.