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dotAM from Tokyo Japan. We bring you the next wave of Tokyo’s urban sound influenced by Lofi, HipHop, and R&B sounds. This is our first song “Alone”. Song is about someone who is stuck in a bad relationship, feeling alone and unable to voice her feelings.
“Lazybones somehow collide a very heavy distorted bass sound with a fierce drummer with almost bubble gum pop embodies and its this collision that is very much part of the fascination with the band. Lazybones are a new band in a rush, they are ready and they are captivating” – Louder Than War
“There’s enough beef to open up a butchery. A touch of Queens of the Stone Age but its way more garage-y, it’s so ridiculously raw” – Phil Taggart, Radio 1
“A bold, brash piece of fuzzed out bubblegum pop (over)driven by some guitar distortion” – Clash Magazine
24.10.19 Nottingham – Albert’s
25.10.19 London – The Waiting Rooms
27.10.19 Liverpool – Jacaranda
01.11.19 Cardiff – The Moon
02.11.19 Birmingham – The Flapper
03.11.19 Milton Keynes – Craufurd Arms
21.11.19 Brighton – Latest Music Bar
The group is led by Helena who was born in Kostroma, Russia. She started playing guitar at 15 and took the next 5 years learning to understand her music and discover the talent to create music in her own style. Helena is joined by vocalist Vera Moore who also writes the text for the songs and Stasy Short who plays classical guitar and is also fond of playing bass guitar and synthesizer.
Ronny Morris – Climate Friendly Artist Nominated in Hollywood.
The HMMA Awards (Hollywood in Media Awards) has just announced the names of this year’s nominees, and on the list of international names is danish borne artist Ronny Morris. Morris who recently released his debut album titled, Sweet Silence is nominated for this year’s Best Adult Contemporary Song and Best Down Tempo of the year with his new single “Windows”. The single which was mentioned in TOP10 by Hit Predictor in New York, is produced by the Swedish producer Adam Kviman (Eagle Eye Cherry, Jewel) and the danish Chill Out team known as, Polar RundFunk. Morris’s music, which is currently going out to radio has aired on several Hit TV shows including the Danish award-winning film “A Family” by Pernille Fischer Christensen with Pilou Asbæk in the leading role. The HMMA Awards will be held on November 20, 2019 in Los Angeles.
YOUNG KNIVES return with first new music in four years
Young Knives today announce their first new music in four years, following the 2015 EP Something Awful and highly acclaimed 2013 album Sick Octave. New track Red Cherries emerges as quite possibly their most experimental work to date, accompanied with an intense video that puts bassist and vocalist Tom Bonsu-Dartnall front and centre of a brooding and unsettling scene.
London-based Zac Pajak releases debut single ‘Again’ on 09.10.19. The first track from his debut EP ‘Early Hours’ set for release early 2020 via Goldun Egg Records. The infectious urban-infused track seamlessly blends laid-back RnB melodies with a sumptuous pop-laden soundscape.
Bandsintown, the most trusted source for concert discovery, today launches its Live Music Charts, the first data-driven predictive charts illustrating current interest in artists’ touring activity. The 24 Worldwide, US, and City charts are powered by Bandsintown’s robust data insights based on the interactions of its 50 Million registered fans who generate 500,000 clicks to ticketing sites every day. The charts weigh a formula that blends both tracker growth and fan engagement on the platform.
See Moldova’s INFECTED RAIN in Black Gold: Brand New Video Out Now!
Says the band: “Should we be or do what they say? What is true beauty nowadays? How many times have you asked yourself these questions? How many times have you felt doubt? The frustration is real.
It’s been really hard to hold back the urge to share one more song with you before we release our album Endorphin. Ladies and gentlemen, please enjoy every shade of Black Gold.“
Nashville-based Americana singer-songwriter Bradford Loomis is set to release a new album, Where the Light Ends, on October 11, 2019. Recorded at Sound Forge Studios in Kenewick WA, and produced by Brandon Bee, Where the Light Ends speaks of the raw reality of the human condition with passion, sharing tales that are shaped by grief and longing and colored by wistfulness and regret, but that are lifted by enduring hope, humility, and love. “In my travels, I’ve met a lot of people going through hard times,” Loomis says. “I want them to know they’re not alone. We’re in this thing together.”
POPPY ANNOUNCES UK + EU HEADLINE TOUR
Poppy UK + EU Tour Dates
12/03/2020 – Academy 2 – Manchester
13/03/2020 – Cathouse – Glasgow
14/03/2020 – O2 Academy 2 – Birmingham
15/03/2020 – Heaven – London
17/03/2020 – Melkweg – Amsterdam
18/03/2020 – Orangerie – Brussels
20/03/2020 – Le Trabendo – Paris
21/03/2020 – Zeche – Bochum
22/03/2020 – Columbia Theater – Berlin
24/03/2020 – Backstage Halle – Munich
25/03/2020 – Santeria – Milan
26/03/2020 – Flex – Vienna
27/03/2020 – Plaza – Zurich
29/03/2020 – Sala Razzmatazz 2 – Barcelona
30/03/2020 – Sala Caracol – Madrid
Produced by The Stereotypes, “Lo Lo” continues to show Destiny’s versatility with this lowriding hip-hop leaning track. Previously, Destiny wowed fans with her own rendition of Ramon Ayla’s “Tragos Amargos” where she showcased her Mexican heritage and ability to sing in Spanish.
Panda Bear Shares New Single “playing the long game” | Latest Album ‘Buoys’ Out Now
Panda Bear, a.k.a. Noah Lennox, has returned with brand new music in the form of single “playing the long game” and its accompanying video, directed by Fernanda Pereira.
Following the Feb 2019 release of Buoys, the sixth studio album from Panda Bear, “playing the long game” is a standalone single that continues the collaboration between Lennox and producer Rusty Santos and their ongoing interest in contemporary music production techniques: the track retains a deep layer of experimentation coursing through hyper-modern production and an undercurrent of speaker-limit-pushing sub-bass low-end.
Empara Mi releases stunning ‘Shine On You’ video
Empara Mi has released a stunning video for her single ‘Shine On You’. It finds Empara Mi commanding with her jaw-dropping vocals, as she sings about moving on alongside a bold orchestral string section.
THE WRAITH: Los Angeles-Based Dark Punk Act To Release Gloom Ballet Debut LP
Los Angeles-based dark punk band THE WRAITH will release their Mat Mitchell-produced debut full-length, Gloom Ballet, through Southern Lord Recordings on November 29th, the label this week unveiling the album’s track listing, cover art, and new details on the album. The news comes just days ahead of the band’s performance at LA Dark Fest this weekend.
10/12/2019 The Viper Room – Los Angeles, CA @ LA Dark Fest
AETHER VOID – Release Official Lyric Video for “Death Wish”
Aether Void is an Italian heavy metal band formed in Modena (IT) on November 2017 from the ashes of No Way Out, which split up after releasing an EP and a Single. Three of the former members, Alberto Lugari (Drums), Davide Brusini (Bass) and Erik Marzocchini (Guitar) decided to continue playing and composing together, so they built up a new musical project.
GRANFALLOON – Watch Intimate ‘Objects of Love’ Video // New album ‘RGB’ – out Now
Showcasing the current live set-up that fans can expect to see on the current Granfalloon tour (see full dates and details below), the video also sees all three members on-stage wearing Red, Green, and Blue in reference to the new album title ‘RGB’; the three elements that together make up White Light.
Riton and Oliver Heldens release official video for single ‘Turn Me On’
Set in a hospital, the engrossing visuals capture the maverick ‘Dr. Love’ and his team of nurses, as they prescribe an array of unorthodox treatment to patients in order to make them love again – with wholly positive results.
“MDTG” the new video clip by Iñigo Montoya!
The first clip of the new EP by Iñigo Montoya is here! “MDTG” is a schizophrenic rap-punk song, between Gazelle Twin and Brigitte Fontaine, mocking a standardized and self-centered world.
Iñigo Montoya Ireveals a dystopian video clip with strobes and supernatural characters, also available in an uncensored version for the most curious people. An video clip signed by the -very- talented ZEUGL.
REFLEKTER – Reveal New Video for ’75 Trips’ – Watch
The new music video finds lead singer James Gooch stalking the darkened city streets of his hometown at the dead of night as he searches high-and-low for his fellow band mates. Adeptly capturing the joyous chaos of the city’s nocturnal scene in full flow and the dizzying sense disillusionment we feel when separated from our friends on a night out, the ’75 Trips’ video is a simple and effective visual partner to accompany the glowering indie-rock presence of the new single.