Moderate Rebels return with ‘I Love Today’
London-based collective Moderate Rebels release ‘I Love Today’, streaming from 8th August, from their second album ‘Shared Values’, which will be out 30th November on Everyday Life Recordings.
Unlike previous single ‘Beyond Hidden Words’, which can be heard as a defiant, repetitive yet hopeful chant, ‘I Love Today’ is a shift in style. It has some verses, choruses and even a middle eight section… And Moderate Rebels say they “still don’t know if this song is optimistic or not”.
Check Out JUNO REACTOR with UNDERCOVER ‘DAKOTA’ EP
Legendary electronic act JUNO REACTOR has released the remix EP for the single “DAKOTO,” off of the June 22nd released THE MUTANT THEATRE. The track, a collaboration with Israel based PsyTrance duo UNDERCOVER, features a remix by G.M.S, and extended mix by UNDERCOVER, the radio edit, and album version.
“From its graceful dancers to the content faces of the audience members, ‘Dakota’ highlights just how electronic music can bring together all walks of life to share a moment of fantasy together.” – mxdwn
GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum selling singer, songwriter and producer JHart (AKA James Abrahart) returns today with the official video for his sultry soul-pop anthem, “Put It To Bed.” The song was released earlier this summer to widespread critical acclaim, with Billboard hailing it as “triumphant & danceable,” and citing it as “proof of JHart’s true power and a sign of great things to come.” Directed by Chuck David Willis, the video premiered on PAPER Magazine, who described it as “heartbreaking sci-fi therapy session.”
Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, producer Taylor Pierce, aka Zendlo, is a 27-year-old producer who first broke into the industry after seven years of dedicated producing. His first official release, “Heavy Metal,” with The Sunday Club blasted him into the scene as the track charted on Beatport and appeared on Spotify’s “Housewerk” playlist. His latest track, “Restless,” was also released on Psycho Disco’s 3-year anniversary compilation “PSYCH 202.” Today, Zendlo returns to the Atlanta-based Psycho Disco for yet another release this year, this time, a new EP titled ‘B.F.B.’
Brooklyn’s Bernadette has announced its debut EP, Shadow Paint, due out September 7th. It features five tracks that showcase the band’s catchy, hook-filled sound, from haunting opener “Forever An Instance” to the emotionally-charged title track, which closes out the EP.
SET BEFORE US reveal ‘Avalanche’ music video, new album “Vitae” out August 31st!
“We wanted to do something we never did before with the video for Avalanche” says guitarist Niklas Edstrom. “We shot this video indoors, with each member being isolated in different rooms. Thanks to the dynamic camera work of Liftamountain, it feels as if you are soaring through the different rooms of the house!” Bassist Hampus Andersson continues, “We filmed on the hottest day of May, and despite soaking through our cloths, towels, and drinking our body weight in water, we are extremely pleased with how the video turned out!”
Lasso Spells Premieres “Yeah Right” via New Noise Magazine
Lasso Spells breathes new life into old school sounds, swirling together a range of influences – including garage rock, ’60s and ’70s psych, and cosmic country – into music that nods to the past while still pushing forward. Lasso Spells was formed in 2015 by Brett Dudash. In 2016, the Brooklyn-based label Cold Fantasy introduced the Lasso Spells sound with the debut album Stuck In A Shape.
Pale Waves have announced their latest track “Black”
Following the release of My Mind Makes Noises Pale Waves will return to North American for their biggest headlining tour to date throughout late October, all of November and the start of December. The tour is set to include stops at Brooklyn Steel in New York and The Fonda in Los Angeles.
HORSEWHIP: “Funeral Circus” Premiered At Decibel Magazine
With members hailing from the likes of Reversal Of Man, Early Grace, Combatwoundedveteran, Order Of Importance, Sutek Conspiracy, and more, HORSEWHIP delivers a dose of crusty, gnarled, noise-drenched hardcore anthems. The densely-packed Horsewhip 12″ unloads seven tracks in eighteen minutes, an album fans of His Hero Is Gone, Cursed, Acrid, Pg.99, Orchid, Reversal Of Man, and Combatwoundedveteran should not miss.
The track premiered via All Things Go where the band detailed, “‘Cloudchaser’ was written with playful metaphors in mind. The lyrics reflect an idea of being in a relationship with unpredictable, somewhat tumultuous patterns. There is the feeling of seeking & sheltering, and of being energized by this storminess.”
Directed by actor/filmmaker Travis Nicholson (CMT’s Still The King) and edited by Josh Shreeve & Jason Denton, “Weird Thought Thinker” is a phantasmagorical fever dream inspired by the works of such visionary directors as David Lynch, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Kenneth Anger. Equal parts surrealist western and psychedelic road movie, the video was shot in a variety of vivid locations, including Pioneertown, CA’s famed Pappy & Harriet’s, Los Angeles’ The Hi-Hat and The Roxy in LA, Indio, CA’s Stagecoach Festival, and various points around California’s Salton Sea and Joshua Tree National Park.
Homebound Release Brand New Music Video, “Indelible”
Vocalist Charlie Boughton expands on the meaning of the EP by stating: “More To Me Than Misery draws on the many pitfalls when searching for happiness in love and life. Last year was possibly the best and worst year of my life for the very same reasons and you begin to fear the very things that once made you who you are. Honesty is a strong theme throughout the record, not just lyrically but I feel it transpires right through to the very core of everything we did with MTMTM. We treated the whole process like it was the last thing we might ever do as a band and I believe that’s made for the best collection of songs we’ve written to date. There’s certainly no hiding the fact that it’s a sharp change from the previous Homebound but it’s definitely the closest representation of the band we want to become”
After months of stealing electricity and stirring up crowds of passers-by with his loop-based setup, Robby Hunter was given an ultimatum by the local police: to cease and desist from street performance or to get a gig at a “real bar.” Finding sanctuary in the neighborhood dive, Hunter enlisted the support of multi-instrumentalists Pat Howard (drums) and John Coughlin (guitar) for a regular Friday night gig (that paid, of course, in free beer).