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Hannah Dasher releases her new song “The Tree,” while celebrating her debut performance on country music’s most famous stage, the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. “The Tree” shows Dasher as country’s newest powerhouse, infusing country hooks with a distinct rock ‘n’ roll strut.
Rewards are to be found aplenty these days on digital platforms, but one new streaming service is leading the way. Pandemics.Stream is where anyone with an iPhone can stream their favorite Hip-Hop music or other media content to earn a passive income. There are no limits to the revenue that can be earned on Pandemics.Stream, making it an alluring proposition.
Entertainment need not be a waste of time. While there are services that reward users for watching ads, Pandemics.Stream goes one step further. On this app, users can listen to artists like Drake, Pop Smoke, Rick Ross, and Trippie Red and earn real dollars. The earnings can be used to buy products from Amazon, Bestbuy, Airbnb or Expedia. The company has applied to the Techstars Music Accelerator program and plans to release the beta to the public Q1 of 2020.
For Skope: Nicky Romero’s edit of Trilane’s “Never Forget” (out on Protocol)
Founded by Nicky Romero, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative house music; it boasts a roster of heavy-hitters complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers, all with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. Among them are Trilane, the Swedish powerhouse duo behind Protocol tracks “Miss Out”, “Hot For U”, “Bittersweet,” “Still Think Of You” and “Believe.” With their string of releases on Protocol over the last 2 years, Trilane have become the label’s veterans. They have also released on Revealed Recordings and Wall Recordings. With the unwavering support of Nicky himself and other high-profile artists, it’s safe to say Trilane’s future is very bright indeed.
FOUGHT UPON EARTH: MetalSucks Premieres New Track From Bay Area Instrumental Progressive Metal Duo Featuring Former Members Of Acid King, Secrets Of The Sky, And Scorched-Earth Policy
“Grave Miscalculation… takes the sonic aesthetics of traditional heavy metal and stoner metal and lays them into the framework of instrumental progressive rock. Lamb and Lea clearly know their way around their instruments, but they aren’t assholes about it, instead channeling their love of Priest and Kyuss into expansive song arrangements that are impressively orchestrated and catchy. The results are the tunes on their new album, which you are 100% guaranteed to dig.” — MetalSucks
ATL People’s Champs Unite: Money Man & Peewee Longway Announce Long Money Project, Share “OOOWWWEEE” Video
Two Atlanta natives with fans who would follow them to the ends of the earth, Money Man and Peewee Longway rank among the most vital rappers in their city’s trap scene. Teaming up for a joint full-length–the first collab project for either rapper–Peewee and Money Man announce Long Money. Recorded in San Francisco at EMPIRE’s shiny new studios, the project radiates with a chemistry that can only spring from long and happy studio sessions–no emailing features or copy/pasting involved. Peewee’s motor-mouthed witticisms and split-second flow changes find a perfect partner in Money Man’s rocksteady melodics, creating a dynamic that echoes legendary duos like UGK and 8Ball & MJG. Executive-produced by EMPIRE CEO Ghazi, Long Money hits the internet on October 4th via EMPIRE.
Los Angeles psych-rock band Dream Phases share their new single “Confusion.” This is the second single from their upcoming album So Long, Yesterday out 10/18. The comforting track – which layers light, shimmering vocals over dusty guitar tones – calls to mind folk and country influences with a psychedelic rock bend. “Confusion” delves deeper into the world of psychedelia while making use of open space and ethereal tones.
Steeped in themes of anti-religion, evil, magic, and social downfall, on debut LPThe Third Estate Columbus OH-based satanist/anarchist electro-industrial chaos monger 6th Circle synthesizes a pitch black maelstrom of driving beats, harsh samples, and apocalyptic atmospheres to materialize the quintessential post-industrial pandemonium. An electro-industrial/EBM statement of the highest order, The Third Estate sees sole mastermind and multi-instrumentalist Matt Auxier revitalize and re-imagine the genre by bridging its historic legacy built by forebears like Front 242, Front Line Assembly and Skinny Puppy, with a broad new spectrum of futuristic sonic transfigurations.
‘You Won’t Regret A Thing’ – Autumn Helene
12 yo singer songwriter releases single in response to being bullied:
“Peewee Longway has teamed up with fellow EMPIRE artist Money Man for a collaborative album titled Long Money. The project arrives a little over a month after Peewee’s solo mixtape The Blue M&M 4. The 20-track LP features Young Dolph, Kamaiyah and Jackboy. Production is handled by Cassius Jay, Detail, Figurezmadeit and Yung Lan, among others.” -Justin Ivey (Complex.com)
Reed Stewart is a Nashville-based drummer-composer who draws on a wide array of musical influences from Thundercat to Nine Inch Nails to Louis Cole, he is a “musician’s musician.” His most recent album, MALLET, due for release in late summer of 2019, features condensed electric-rock songs that catch easily and evaporate slowly. Though classically trained as a drummer and percussionist, Reed wrote every track and performed all components; vocals, bass and keyboards as well other instruments. Reed uses electronic, synthetic and analog sounds in MALLET resulting in a fluid sound that evokes the constant fluctuation of his childhood, having moved 11 times before the age of 18.
daybehavior – Release date is set for the new album “Based On A True Story” november 4th
This will be the fourth album from the Swedish trio who recently celebrated 20 years as a band. The album is entirely recorded and produced in their own Graplur Studio. Containing 12 new written songs including the single “There’s Nothing Else”