Raz Simone Premieres New Video: Forever Don’t Last
Raz Simone kicks off 2019 with Forever Don’t Last, the next release off his upcoming album, Still Love. This video is exclusively premiered by World Star Hip Hop. Raz Delivers a rich visual experience embedded with the hard hitting truth that Forever Don’t Last as long as it used to, in his signature raspy voice.
New Music from 2 Times “Intro” Going for adds
New Music Submission: Late Night Special (feat. Somong)
J-Crizzy starts 2019 off strong with a smooth and sensual track featuring his go-to guys Florida singer Somong and San Francisco guitarist Christian Kuria. Late Night Special speaks for itself, a track played on those late night encounters. Order up!
OUT TODAY: T-Rextasy’s sophomore LP “Prehysteria” + East Coast Tour starts tonight
T-Rextasy’s sophomore LP, “Prehysteria”, the follow-up to the critically acclaimed “Jurassic Punk” is out today on digital platforms and cassette. “Prehysteria” is an all-inclusive spirited “embrace your madness” house carrying 10 high-energy and socially conscious hooks with a flamboyant dash of ska and pop-punk.
Multi-Grammy Award-winning, international superstar Michael Bolton is set to release A Symphony of Hits via Entertainment One on February 8, 2019, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The collection celebrates the music legend’s 50th year in the entertainment industry, and features his greatest hits newly arranged and recorded at All Saints College Performing Arts Centre in Perth, Australia with the West Australian Full Harmonic Orchestra.
Denver-based quartet Dearling is set to release its new EP, Silver and Gold, on February 22, 2019. Following the success of its debut album, Inheritance, the band knew that its second offering would have to be different and that it would need to challenge what they had already created. Silver and Gold is the result, and it hails back to band vocalist Rachel James’s modern country start in her musical career.
The Roaring Crowdfund: new podcast examines highs and lows of artist crowdfunding
On January 11, Berklee Online, the online school of Berklee College of Music, launches The Roaring Crowdfund, a brand new five-part podcast series about four very different musical acts, following their progress through crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter, PledgeMusic, and Indiegogo.
In examining the issues these musicians face, host Pat Healy gains insight from top brass at these major platforms, as well as other popular musicians who have had crowdfunding experiences, both negative and positive. Lending expert commentary are artists like Ted Leo, Gift of Gab of Blackalicious, Meredith Graves, Brian Rosenworcel of Guster, Mark Kelly of Marillion, and Mike Doughty of Soul Coughing. Berklee Online instructors like John Kellogg, entertainment attorney and director for Berklee Online’s Music Business master’s degree program, also weigh in.
YATRA: New Noise Magazine Streams Death Ritual Debut By Maryland Doom Trio
Maryland-based psychedelic doom trio YATRA prepares for the release of their debut album, Death Ritual, through Grimoire Records this Friday. Advancing its release, New Noise Magazine is now streaming the entire record.
Beckie Margaret shares 6 Music-approved ‘New York’ Via Cool Thing Records
Isaac Edwards finally reached a point in his life when he decided that he simply had to overcome past regrets in order pursue his dream. A newly married lawyer who litigated hundreds of cases by day during the four years he spent his nights and weekends writing, producing and recording his new album, the saxophonist will take a major step towards realizing his dream when “Begin Again” drops on February 22 on the Songs In My Pocket Music label. The disc mixed by hit saxman Darren Rahn will be preceded by the radio single, “Christina Christina,” an exotic Latin-singed seduction that goes for radio adds on January 14.
Common Kings Announce Winter 2019 Tour!
The GRAMMY nominated band Common Kings are set to embark on their Winter 2019 tour! They are hot on the heels of their critically-acclaimed EP One Day on Mensch House Records that includes features from Stephen Marley, ¡Mayday! and Kat Dahlia.
Common Kings’ style and music is a collection of inspirations orchestrated into an array of head rocking beats, feel good vibes, and emotional fever. Their crazy, fun-loving attitude compliments Common Kings’ live sound, producing phenomenal pop hits with rock, reggae, and R&B influences. These influences originate from each band members love for various genres, and widespread knowledge of music.
Powerful, sensitive, introspective : ‘THE WINTER’ Edmond Jefferson & Sons’ second album,conveys a deep and instinctive musical intention. Written mainly during winter and recorded on analog tape, the eleven tracks of this opus will take you on a journey into the intimate world of the quintet.