Sponsored by ENDo Brands, the newly launched ENDo.Radio is inviting singer songwriters to submit original music for airplay on its website –ENDoRadioNow. And, its tagline – “Fuel Your Calm Radio” – is creating a buzz. ENDo artists from around the world have already jumped on board. ENDo.Radio has already received submissions from artists in Spain and Australia.
“We believe music is an important part of our charter to help feed the mind, body and soul,” says Vic Morrison, Executive VP of Right On Brands Corporate Development. Right On Brands, Inc. (RTON:OTCMarkets) markets and distributes CDB enriched products for the health and wellness market. We want all of our customers to have multiple ways to “Fuel their Calm.”
The concept of the video was to convey a modern take on the story of Joe Hill. Morello explains, “Revolutionary labor troubadour Joe Hill was murdered by a Utah firing squad for a crime he did not commit. They pinned a heart & crosshairs to his chest so the firing squad wouldn’t miss. His ashes were mailed to the four corners of the world and from those ashes generations of new revolutionaries continue to rise. The Atlas Underground sprang from those ashes as well and is proof that ideas, songs and struggle are bulletproof.”
Boston Ballet presents George Balanchine’s Coppélia, a full-length comedic story ballet about love, mistaken identity, and foolhardy fun. Coppélia, set to music by Léo Delibes, runs March 21–31 at the Boston Opera House.
“Coppélia, considered one of the greatest comedic ballets, comes alive through Balanchine’s classic choreography and Delibes’ symphonic score. It is a wonderful and rare opportunity for audiences of all ages to experience the charm and beauty of Balanchine’s delightful ballet,” said Boston Ballet Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen.
“Shanalala’’ sees White Denim embracing a post-punk side in the vein of Suicide – all stuttering, off-kilter electronics and breakneck drum machines. It’s a track that beautifully captures the playful attitude of the album – a song that shows off one of the many outfits White Denim have in their wardrobe. “Side Effects is built around this tune in some ways”, says Petralli, “I remained excited about ‘Shanalala’ so I wrote a few tunes that I thought would work with the mood and atmosphere of the track. Steve got a chuckle out of most of them and wrote great parts, then we staffed the sessions for the songs with musicians that we are inspired by. Then we dubbed and arranged the absolute shit out of them with our partner Jim Vollentine.”
CRAIG FINN announces new solo album “I Need A New War”
Partisan Records announces the release of Craig Finn’s eagerly awaited new album, I Need A New War arriving Friday, April 26.
The Winter Passing share brand new track ‘Original Sin’ ahead of tour with The Wonder Years
Dublin indie-punk band The Winter Passing are headed out on a European tour with The Wonder Years in February and releasing a brand-new track to celebrate. ‘Original Sin’ is a hook-laden, self-searching ode to someone close, admitting and coming to terms with one’s own struggles.
According to Josh, “The concept behind ‘Fire’ is about how dedicating yourself to achieve your dream can affect your relationships with those closest to you, be it family, friends, or loved ones. When you fully believe in something that you’re working towards, it can become an addiction. You become so focused on what you plan to achieve that you lose sight of what’s happening around you. This is what ‘fire’ refers to in the song: that burning passion to create, express ourselves, and grow as musicians that we can’t put out even if we tried.”
Partisan Records announces the release of Craig Finn’s eagerly awaited new album, I Need A New War, arriving Friday, April 26. The third album in a trilogy (following 2015’s Faith in the Future and 2017’s We All Want The Same Things), I Need A New War once again sees Finn expertly chronicling our complex, often confusing, modern era, drawing deeply felt character studies about regular people trying to respond to extraordinary times, attempting to find connection whilst wondering how to keep pace with a world moving faster than they are. The LP further finds Finn focusing his lens on New York City – his home for the last 18 years.
HVOB Share New Track “Bloom”
The video for “Bloom” was directed by Marie Alice Wolfszahn. Her cinematic works often address themes such as time and utopia. Here she visualizes the central content of the track through transience/decay and reinvention/revival. The cinematic images were produced in collaboration with producer Kurt Mayer and cinematographer Gabriel Krajanek.
Florence Welch and Marlon Williams duet on “Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore”
On a recent Sydney stop in the midst of a sold-out ANZ tour, Florence + the Machine brought opener Marlon Williams out to play his “Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore.”
Florence will headline this year’s Governors Ball in New York, with more dates to be announced. Her latest, last year’s High As Hope, was named one of the best of the year by Rolling Stone, Refinery 29, Billboard, the New York Post, Uproxx and many more.