Shannon Garcia Releases EP // Prod. By Why?’s Josiah Wolf
Ohio based singer/songwriter Shannon Garcia has released her debut EP fnExists.
“Shannon Garcia’s New EP fnExists Gives Us All the Feels “- Parade Magazine
Los Angeles rapper Brandon Marquiste presents the KG-directed music video for “Dreams To Remember”, the new single produced by Pro Reese, the beatsmith behind tracks for Wale like “Smile” and “Ms Moon”.
MYLINGAR: 20 Buck Spin To Release Döda Själar LP By Black/Death Cult; “Obalansen” Now Streaming
20 Buck Spin will deliver the Döda Själar LP from mysterious underground black/death cult MYLINGAR this August. An early stream of the album’s devastating opening track, “Obalansen,” is now posted.
“People often listen to music to escape into another world and connect. When writing these songs, I kept asking myself ‘What is the story I want to tell people?’ I wanted to take people on the journeys inherent in each song,” VanDordrecht shares.
Critically-acclaimed rock band The Doobie Brothers – known for their harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock and roll set – announced today 7 additional headline tour dates for 2019. The shows kick off September 22 in El Paso, Texas, and run through November 15 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Tickets will go on sale Friday, June 7. Limited VIP packages will be available.
DRMCTHR Release New Single “Underneath”
The second track from Baltimore’s DRMCTHR in 2019, “Underneath” unveils a deeply impassioned and introspective side of the group. Following the triumphant creative shift marked by “Burning Up”, the Baltimore trio (Chelsea Tyler, Bryan Czap, & Craig Perkins) continues to shed their skin to reveal “Underneath”, a raw, romantic and honest declaration of self. Having enlisted producers Chris Kamrada (Dashboard Confessional) and Maika Maile, DRMCTHR’s anthemic songwriting breaks new ground, marked by pounding percussion, sticky synthesizers, and soaring melody.
MONEYBAGG YO’S ’43VA HEARTLESS’ DEBUTS AT #4 ON BILLBOARD 200
Moneybagg Yo marks his highest charting album on the Billboard 200 this week. The Memphis rapper’s new project 43VA Heartless has landed #4 on the chart for the week ending May 30, with nearly 40,000 equivalent album units sold. This news follows Moneybagg Yo’s latest video drop for ‘Word 4 Word’ which premiered on Friday. Directed by MHarris, watch the official video here.
For Skope: Skytech & DNF’s festival-friendly “Touching Me” (out now on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK)
“Touching Me” which just has been released on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK. “Touching Me” is a festival anthem that unveils Skytech darker and groovier side, compared to his previous releases.
Playing with the concept of time – freezing it, stopping it, and exploring what that can mean alongside someone special – Orlando playfully explores an everyday afternoon in an everyday neighbourhood as everything around him stops. To support the video, Orlando simultaneously launched a global SnapChat lens that mirrors the video, inviting fans to explore the world he creates with his latest music video.
Aussie Singer Songwriter Thomas Keating Shares Exuberant New Single “Toward the Cause”
Says Thomas: “I wanted to deliver a track that captured the power of fighting back. I am always working on the mix of the right musical balance to emphasize the words in a way I feel best captures the feeling in the lyrics. Toward The Cause is about the mental battles we go through in trying to follow out own path, whatever that might be for me or anyone else. It is possibly the closest I have gotten to realizing my vision creatively, and I am thrilled to be putting this song out.”
“Winter’s Girl” details the insidious nature of an anxiety condition. The song delves into the mind of a girl who is in the metaphorical Winter of her life and is written from the perspective of her more mature and recovered self.
New Roy Watson Video
The video shows an overweight, unmotivated, problematic version of myself living with a girlfriend who is obviously tired of my sh*t. While arguing with my girlfriend about bills piling up i stumble upon a motivational commercial that inspires me to get my life together and “Make A Play”.
Fronted by new singer Tommy Blixt (a.k.a. Known As Tymm) the band Ambage this week release Blank Vision, the first single taken from their upcoming EP Stethoscopes On Silent Mode.
Having spent years carving their own creative sphere, developing their sound and designing rousing melodies, indie-pop act Red Clover are ready to show the world their first single That Was Love, from their debut EP Into the Night.
Grace Lightman releases new video for “Aztec Level”
For the stunning new video Grace once again enlisted the help of director Alex Lightman and creative director Edwin Burdis [Arctic Monkeys, Wild Beasts, Franz Ferdinand, Alexis Taylor] who worked alongside Lightman to create the striking visual. The song itself is Grace’s narrative on vacuous art and those who make it and the Silver Eater is presenting her take on this through mimicking. The one-shot video, where nothing really happens, is to reflect this in its entirety by being a piece of visual art with essentially no meaning.
Phil Rice was raised in Detroit. He is a trained actor with a BFA in Acting from The University of Michigan. He has appeared on: “Empire”, “Chicago P.D.”, “Ovid: The art of Love”, “Topdog Underdog”. When he’s not acting, he’s creating and distributing music/fashion on behalf of his own entertainment label: Dude Lifestyle.
Intercept is a place where we will release singles only from both new and established artists across all the relevant genres of dance music. Intercept is distributed through the Atomnation network together with the !K7 team.
Scott Lavene today has unveiled Apples & Pears, an ode to irresponsibility, a neurotic pop song about being different.
JUST A STORY FROM AMERICA – A MEMOIR by Elliott Murphy
Elliott Murphy, legendary rock troubadour and a true pioneer of independent recording artists has finally published his long-awaited memoir, JUST A STORY FROM AMERICA. This rock and roll storyteller, who has been cited by artists as inspirational as Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and the late Lou Reed, and whose career now spans nearly five decades, was promoted by Columbia Records in 1977 with a full-page ad in Rolling Stone reading, “He could write a book, but he chose rock and roll instead.” The truth is that he has been doing both for years and in the process achieving international success and acclaim. Finally, his amazing story is told.
In 1973 posters were plastered all over New York City’s subway system proclaiming, “Elliott Murphy is going to be a monster,” when his critically-praised debut album, AQUASHOW, was first released. Perhaps his major label career didn’t take off as predicted, but his unique journey did include him becoming a rock star monster, before ultimately finding redemption in Paris, France with a thriving career, loving family and a trove of rock ‘n roll anecdotes and wisdom to fill this unforgettable and highly readable memoir.
Atlanta’s Holy Beach Share New Single “It’s The Fear”
When Atlanta-based rock band Holy Beach play, they send lightning bolts of energy hurtling through the ether to either fizzle or explode. Formed early this year, Holy Beach are not making any dainty debuts — they’re making an anthemic antithesis to the serpentine soundscape of post-rock, shooting out fast from the starting line. Their first full-length record, All That Matters Is This Matter, releasing this summer and co-produced by platinum award winning engineer Jeff Leonard Jr. (who has worked with bands including Shinedown, Sleeper Agent, and Framing Hanley), is rich with the guzzled, cloudy waves of grunge interspersed with smashes of raging rock. The album marks the first official effort from Holy Beach, but its members are no strangers to the industry.