Track Released Today from Nyssa
“I was always like this they just tried to stop me”, Nyssa sings on her new single, “Hey Jackie”. This sentiment of resilience and rebellion threads its way through all of the Toronto troubadour’s work. Her cross-decade, cross-genre approach to songwriting and production are a rabble-rousing, wrecking ball to collective malaise and ennui, while her 21st century greaser style and sneer—like some kind of “alternate universe hard-rock disco Elvis” (DOMINIONATED)—form a beacon for the disillusioned.
Sublime With Rome Release Lyric Video For “Light On”
Sublime With Rome is gearing up to release their highly anticipated album, Blessings, on May 31st. This is the band’s third full-length album and marks the band’s 10-year anniversary as Sublime With Rome. The album was produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Paramore, Linkin Park), and “Wicked Heart” was co-produced by Rob Cavallo and Andrew Goldstein (Robert DeLong, Blackbear, Lauv). Listen to the band’s previous releases “Spiderweb”, “Blackout” and “Wicked Heart” off of the forthcoming release.
Pekoe Cat – “Invisibility Cloak”
I have a love/hate relationship with my music. I love creating it; I hate it when it’s finished.
I’m always struggling with feeling confident in my songs once I release a finished track.
“Invisibility Cloak” is a reflection of that. Or maybe it was a cool bassline – I can’t remember…
Naytronix shares “I’m Becoming You” video directed by Merrill Garbus (Tune-Yards) via Fault
Whenever the opportunity arises, between globe-spanning tours and marathon writing sessions, Tune-Yards’ co-producer and bassist Nate Brenner makes a point of holing up in the duo’s Oakland studio and churning out countless musical ideas for his psych pop project, Naytronix. These sessions, as irregular as they are fruitful, have long formed the backbone of Naytronix’s releases. Combining his knack for taut and melodic bass lines with swirling, dreamy soundscapes, Naytronix’s first two albums (2012’s Dirty Glow and 2015’s Mister Divine), as well as his work scoring Boots Riley’s 2018 film Sorry to Bother You, established Brenner as a dynamic songwriter and composer in his own right.
Jessi Williams & Coyote debut “Roam, Little Gypsy, Roam” music video
Jessi Williams & Coyote’s debut single “Roam, Little Gypsy, Roam” signals the arrival of an artist who is not afraid to get deeply intimate. A profoundly personal song composed by Williams for her fellow songstress and longtime friend Margo Price, “Roam” features poetic lyrics that examine the female expectations and pressures experienced first as a young adult, all the way to motherhood. Today Jessi Williams & Coyote release the new video for “Roam” which premiered yesterday on Buzzbands.LA.
Video: Young Dolph – “Crashin’ Out”
Young Dolph is the poster boy for independent success, using his business acumen to build a massive legion of friends without major assistance. Coming through with his first new single of 2019, Dolph shares “Crashin’ Out.” Combining street-level wisdom with extravagant boasts, “Crashin’ Out” is classic Dolph: “Never signed a deal, but I got more guap than all-a y’all,” Dolph intones at the beginning of the track’s second verse. It’s not bragging if you’re speaking the truth–and Dolph only speaks facts. In the visual, Dolph takes his fleet of camo-wrapped luxury cars to Manhattan, pokes his head out the window of his Wraith as he cruises down avenues, and hits up Midtown’s famous Halal Guys for late-night grub. Following up a series of star-studded, high-concept videos, the Highsnobiety-premiered “Crashin’ Out” brings Dolph back to his streetwise, guap-getting roots.
John Fryer’s BLACK NEEDLE NOISE Premieres “I Am God” with Side-Line
Fronted by seminal producer John Fryer, BLACK NEEDLE NOISE is premiering “I Am God,” their newest song with singer Marselle Hodges, today via Side-Line. The new track is the latest in a series of singles that Black Needle Noise has been releasing consistently over the past few years and is now available via Bandcamp. The minimal yet gripping electronic-rock song is driven by Fryer’s restrained and subtle production that lets Marselle’s dramatic vocals shine bright throughout.
Noelle Tannen debuts new single + video “Ride U Slo” via The Vinyl District
The video premiered via The Vinyl District who called it, “a perfect example of her theatrical synthesis of genres, bouncing from low slung neo soul to retro horn-laden funk.”
The Raptors – Your Dreams – Video Out today
Born out of friendship, bowling, sci-fi movie marathons and literal brotherhood, Australian band The Pinheads formed out of what is now colloquially known as the Leisure Coast, spread out among the northern suburbs of the Illawarra and Wollongong region.
Bonnaroo is excited to make the first of several announcements for the world famous SuperJam at the 2019 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. An indispensable highlight of the Bonnaroo lineup, 2019’s live all-star collaboration will be directed by superstar DJ, producer and saxophone colossus GRiZ and dubbed “G.O.A.T. – A CELEBRATION OF MUSIC LEGENDS SUPERJAM WITH GRiZ,” featuring contributions from an array of top artists and legendary musicians.
Hear the title track off Chris Staples’ upcoming new album, Holy Moly! (Out June 28th on Barsuk Records)
Out June 28th on Barsuk Records, “Holy Moly” premiered today on American Songwriter calling it “a sneakily lush rocker, with jagged, angular guitars cleverly layered over strummed acoustic chords, a grooving bass line and a sunny, danceable beat.”
Omar Apollo Shares New Video for “So Good”
Of the video, PopMatters proclaims that “the power of Hinds’ conviction is clear in the strength of his voice. That Steel Pulse sets most of the video at the site once known as Pinnacle only enhances the sense of history that informs Hinds’ identity as expressed in ‘Cry Cry Blood.’
Remus Tucker Track: Lonely Mile
Remus Tucker is a purveyor of a fast moving bit of Southern Fried Rock. His influences are many, with deep roots in the South, like any good southern boy should be. With a vocal style that can only be categorized as a cross between Freddie Mercury, Robert Plant, Geoff Tate, and Ronnie Van Zant, he brings alive every song in his repertoire. The debut album, “The Remus Tucker Band: South of New Orleans” was released in February of 2013 and gained the band a loyal following. They currently are working on their second album due out fall 2019 and their latest single, “Lonely Mile” is receiving global radio airplay. Next month the Remus Tucker Band plans on releasing another single and are performing festivals and events in Colorado and Wyoming. Come out and catch Remus and the gang, cuz it is a feat of sight and sound that will keep you running back for more!
About the track, Ryann says, “For about a year and half my attention was directed towards writing for other artists and getting to know some of the songwriters and producers in LA. Through this I met Sean Kennedy, who co-wrote JFK. I always knew I wanted to release my own music but was waiting for the right song that really felt like me. I’m putting my life on display. It reminded me of why I started writing. I definitely went through a phase where I dated someone that I knew was going to break my heart. I was excited by it though. Musically, it feels like an old-time movie. It’s not a sad story, but one of experience and learning”
Tara Velarde – New EP (Portland indie folk)
Call her a diva and call her a folkie. Tara Velarde embodies that elusive combination of swagger and sensitivity. She writes songs with a sharp sense of poetics and vulnerability, and then steps up to the mic to her deliver words and vocal melodies with powerhouse pipes. Tara’s world is diva-folk, and she owns it on her upcoming album, Rise, out in May.