Stephen Kellogg shares Will Hoge-produced single “Symphony Of Joy”
Stephen Kellogg has shared a new single, “Symphony Of Joy,” from his forthcoming Will Hoge-produced full-length Objects in the Mirror due out November 23, 2018. The song is a buoyant Americana-rocker that harkens back to Tom Petty and Bob Seger, in a style that brings to mind the happy-go-lucky approach of Josh Ritter and Ben Rector. Written with his wife and four daughters in mind, “Symphony Of Joy” encourages women to not let society hold them back while inspiring men to support them as allies in their fight, all with an optimistic outlook for the future. In the chorus, he sings, “Dance, like a symphony of joy / And it’s not your obligation to go easy on the boys / ‘Cause the ceiling’s gonna shatter and believe me when it does / Those who pinned you to the margins, baby, they’ll be sweeping up.”
Jerad Finck “New Kids” (Seawaves Remix)
“New Kids” opens with potently emerging synths, followed by a muscular groove thrumming with dynamism, as the throbbing bassline and syncopated drums secure the beat. The flowing energy of the music escalates slowly across the verse and bridge, then ramps up to celestial levels on the chorus, as layers of harmonics swell on deep textures.
Kevin De Vries delivers ‘Aratak’ EP for Afterlife
Spirited synth lines, drum rolls, gripping moments of silence and weighty kick drums make the title track of De Vries’ Afterlife debut formidable club gear. ‘Sciamachy’ is more subtle, centred around a euphoric arpeggio which spirals to its apex. Konstantin Sibold contributes a fine remix, toning down certain elements of ‘Sciamachy’ to let others shine. It completes an EP that brims with energy and dancefloor dynamism, a hugely exciting first full record for De Vries on Afterlife.
Jesika von Rabbit Releases EP ‘Dessert Rock’
Jesika von Rabbit releases Dessert Rock, and the EP title is a funny play on the name of the synth-infused singer-songwriter’s home in the California desert.
Known as “Queen of the Hi Desert,” Jesika von Rabbit has been making fun music about her beloved desert region, but this time she takes a few pokes at her quirky surroundings.
Arkansas’ gloom metal harbingers DEADBIRD return withIII: The Forest Within The Tree, the band’s eagerly anticipated third LP, and first new album in ten years. The band, containing current and former members of Rwake, Iron Tongue, Pallbearer, and more, will release the new LP through 20 Buck Spin in October. Revolver Magazine is now hosting a premiere of the soaring “Brought Low,” one of the album’s most powerful tracks.
Juicy J has released his new single “Neighbor” featuring Travis Scott. “Neighbor,” produced by Buddha Bless, was featured as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1 on Apple Music this morning.
Loretta Lynn Releasing New Video, “Ain’t No Time To Go,” Today, Wednesday, September 26
One of the most deeply personal albums of Loretta Lynn’s career, Wouldn’t It Be Great communicates in song the hard truths and spiritual insights Loretta has gathered throughout her life and reflects the resilience that sustains her still. Comprised entirely of songs written (or co-written) by Loretta, the album premieres new compositions alongside soulful reinterpretations of enduring classics from her catalog. Like its predecessor, the critically-acclaimed, Grammy-nominated Full Circle (released March 2016), Wouldn’t It Be Great was mainly recorded at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee, with producers Patsy Lynn Russell and John Carter Cash.
More Giraffes was born when musicians Mark Hadley and Keeley Bumford collided over a shared passion for new wave futuristic pop music ideal for the modern attention span. Together, they create songs laced with wit, fresh beats, and undeniable melodies. Mark and Keeley turn to More Giraffes as an artistic playground and the end result is carefree pop that leaves you smiling and ready to smash the repeat button.
Meet Monteagle, the new project from Nassau’s Justin Giles Wilcox
“Something I’ve gotten into recently is the idea of fragmented memories. Remembering these beautiful moments but only extremely brief and blurry clips. This song is about that, and the way that we as people, essentially just live in a constant state of confusion due to selective recollection.” – Justin Giles Wilcox, Monteagle
RAPPER WYNNE SCHEDULED TO BE AT THIS YEAR’S BET HIP-HOP AWARDS
Known for her fiery flow and airtight wordplay, “Buzzer”, which dropped last week, showcases Wynne’s raucous rhymes unraveling at warp speed over a rich soundscape handcrafted by powerhouse producers Teddy Walton [Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky] and Aaron Bow [Freddie Gibbs, Gallant]. The lyrics ultimately hit as hard as the production does. With a chopper-style cadence that’d maintain pace alongside Tech N9ne and/or Busta Rhymes, she delivers raw and real heat.
Brooklyn’s A Deer A Horse release new single, “Double Wide” + announce tour
Consequence of Sound debuted Brooklyn band A Deer A Horse’s new single, “Double Wide” on their Heavy Consequence vertical yesterday. Listen + share below, and check out their fall tour dates.
Demon-tackling & self-realization — New Noise premieres “Devil On My Shoulder,”
“One night while writing, I looked up and saw my reflection in the darkened window in front of me. I felt like I was looking into a ghostly version of my soul and wondered what a conversation with my soul would be like. ‘Devil On My Shoulder’ is that conversation at that point in my life,” says ARTS FISHING CLUB frontman Chris Kessenich. “I was exhausted with the person I felt myself becoming: detached and empty. Drinking, drugs, promiscuity, and partying were my vehicles for distracting myself from my fear of myself and my inevitable inadequacy. Writing is the most consistent place where I find the truth that is within me. I struggle to lie to myself when I write. This song was extremely important to me and marked a turning point in my life where I began to accept responsibility for my life and my happiness. I began to quit blaming others and finally admitted that it isn’t ‘the devil on my shoulder, the devil in my ear, but the devil in the mirror’ that is to blame.”
ABOUT THE TRACK: “Although we did three takes of Face Today, we used the first take for the final recording as well as for most of the tracks heard on the EP,” the band explains. “This track, as well as the three others, were recorded live, with no metronome. We felt this would convey a more natural energetic feel to the music.”
Brooklyn to LA transplant Shiragirl debuts her 80’s inspired music video for her track “Get Em Hot.” The single, showing off their punk rock madonna style, is off her freshly released EP titled Brooklyn Goes Hollywood.
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HISSING Streams “It Without More” From Debut LP
Seattle’s harsh/death metal trio HISSING has released a new single from their impending debut full-length release, Permanent Destitution, nearing release in October through Profound Lore. The gnarled “It Without More” is now streaming on all digital platforms as digital and physical preorder options for the album are issued.
Les Big Byrd’s sophomore album Iran Iraq IKEA is out October 12th via PNKSLM Recordings!
The Line of Best Fit premiered their third lead single “Geräusche” stating: “…it feels like a song that could go on forever without outliving its welcome, filled with a sense of searching for freedom.”
“The video is about love and art and the endless cycle of inspiration between the two. My art is so inspired by love. Is my love inspired by the unrealistic romantic images portrayed in art? In the end does it matter? Tune in to find out!” – Nistico said of the video.
BURNS UNVEILS MUSIC VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “WORST” FEAT. JOHNNY YUKON TODAY
Today, critically-acclaimed, Platinum-selling electronic producer BURNS (aka Matthew James Burns) unveils the Anthony Chirco directed music video for his new single “Worst” featuring R&B singer-songwriter Johnny Yukon. The track is available now at all digital retail providers via RCA Records.
Today, singer-songwriter Kulick announces his fall North American headlining shows where he will be hitting a number of major cities including New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Syracuse. Tickets for Kulick’s upcoming shows are on sale now and can be purchased here.