Acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Ruston Kelly will continue his extensive headline tour this fall including stops at Atlanta’s Terminal West, Austin’s Scoot Inn, Los Angeles’ Troubadour, Seattle’s Tractor Tavern, New York’s Bowery Ballroom, Boston’s Brighton Music Hall and Washington D.C.’s U Street Music Hall among several others. Tickets for the newly confirmed dates go on-sale this Friday, May 10 at 10:00am local time.
For Skope: Midnight Tyrannosaurus’s sinister “Mutation” EP
Midnight Tyrannosaurus is the newest addition to NGHTMRE & SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations label roster, and his 3-track “Mutation” EP just has been released. The release consists of “Mutation,” “Banana Planet” and “Styx” representing Midnight T’s signature dark side of dubstep.
The Minus 5 To Release ‘Stroke Manor’ June 14; Summer Tour Dates Announced
Northwest underground stalwart Scotty McCaughey suffered a stroke in November 2017, that nearly killed him and wiped his entire musical catalog, including material from The Minus 5, Young Fresh Fellows, The Baseball Project, R.E.M., and more, from his memory.
Check Out Industrial/Metal Band SCHULTZ’s New Album SHOT OF PAIN (For fans of Ministry)
French industrial/metal band SCHULTZ is very proud to announce their highly-anticipated new album, SHOT OF PAIN. This new album marks a real change in SCHULTZ’s career; a new direction from previous releases which were more oriented in the harsh noise and rhythmic industrial styles.
Yonkers’ The Everafter Release New Single/Video- ‘Genuine’
Pop-Punk outfit, The Everafter, are a Yonkers-based four-piece consisting of Vocalist Cora Small, Rhythm Guitarist Rich Rivera, Lead Guitarist Ryan Lare and Drummer Danny Nugent. Meeting in college, the four members found instant musical and personal chemistry. After ten assiduous months of writing and collaboration, The Everafter burst onto the scene with their single/video debut of “Call it a Night”, which features powerful intros, high-energy verses, and catchy, emotional choruses. The band released their freshman EP, “Whatever’s Bringing You Down” on February 23rd, 2018, launching them into a successful first year in the public eye.
This Ontario based group are an eclectic bunch of Canadian friends who’ve been amongst each other since they were in high-school. Eventually making their way from the living room to the studio, The Noolands found their sound and describe it as Folk, the music of the people. Our people. However, they aren’t your average Folk band, as they love to get loud and electric so everyone can hear them coming.
EVEN POP STARS GET BULLIED – SODY SHARES HER STORY IN NEW SINGLE
Featuring a range of unenthusiastic schoolchildren posing for their school photos, “The Bully” presents itself as an ode to anyone picked on or feeling alone. “For my sanity, I needed to try to move on and find the positive in a negative situation to accept what happened and move on,” SODY told Celeb Mix. “I found my way to heal in the lyric ‘I’m glad it happened to me and not to you,’ and I hope it helps others find theirs too.”
The track premiered via Pure Grain Audio where Kayser detailed; “‘Movies’ may be the simplest song I’ve ever written,” shares Kayser. “At its heart, it’s really just about asking someone out. I wanted to examine the playfulness between two people who are into each other, and see if I could capture that feeling on record.
FamilyTree is an album that takes the listener through the process of love, pain, and life, and finding ways to accept the uncertainty of reality. From a track like “Brief Moment,” which is a hint at love without an explanation, to a track like “Human Error,” which is an acceptance of things not playing out how you planned, and embracing that feeling. “Family Tree” is finding confrontation, forgiveness, and healing in those moments in life that are hard, but that you can’t control. “Make My Troubles Beautiful” is finding the beauty in the struggles one is sure to experience existing as a human in this world. Family Tree is an “evolution into adulthood” for Oh Land – using art as a way to put pieces together that might not fit the way they were originally expected to, but that mold together beautifully in the end.
Lolo Zouaï shares Vevo DSCVR live performance video of “Moi”
Vevo announces the release of Lolo Zouaï’s DSCVR performance of her single “Moi.” Vevo DSCVR focuses of the development of emerging artists, through performance content and careful curation. Vevo has a long history of helping emerging artists break through to new and wider audiences. Past alumni of Vevo’s DSCVR series include Billie Eilish, Donna Missal and Kiana Lede. Vevo is committed to working with artists at an early stage of their career to create unique content that brings their music to life visually and provides exposure to new audiences through the platform.
Coyote Eyes – Singer-songwriter releases powerful video for her single “Looking For God”
New York City singer-songwriter Coyote Eyes just released a music video for her soul-bearing track “Looking For God”(I AM SNOW ANGEL mix)”. Coyote Eyes, a moniker for Jo Eubanks, is passionate about addiction recovery and mental health awareness, and this relates perfectly to the honest themes and tones interlaced within the video. The artist fights for those who have been silenced by their addictions and illnesses, and she uses her music videos as the mouthpiece for her message.
WAKE UP HATE Releases Official Music Video for “Love Me Like a Hurricane;” Debut EP, ‘Deep Sleep,’ Out 5/17/2019
Orlando, FL based Alternative Rock Band WAKE UP HATE has released the official music video for “Love Me Like a Hurricane.” Directed by Eric DiCarlo at Square Up Studios, “Love Me Like a Hurricane” is off of the trio’s upcoming, debut EP, Deep Sleep, which releases May 17, 2019.