Dark Water, the newest trio in rock music, release their first single “Paint It Blue” from their forthcoming self-titled album, out this Friday. The band includes Kristian Bush, solo artist and half of country music duo Sugarland, Brandon Bush, formerly of the iconic rock group Train, and Benji Shanks who plays guitar for Blackberry Smoke. “Paint It Blue” premiered with Billboard last week.
KIRRA reveal new ‘Caving In’ music video and single
“Caving In felt relevant for this time in our country where everything feels so chaotic and uncertain,” says guitarist Daxton Page, “so the song is about taking the chaos around you, confronting it bravely and turning it into order.” Vocalist Gabriel Parson adds, “The song came from a personal experience of mine which quickly evolved into a more general concept about having courage when everything around you feels like it’s collapsing.”
Today, Rittz drops “Wake up Call” feat. Yelawolf and Twista, teasing the release of his forthcoming Put a Crown on It album, due out November 29. “Wake up Call” marks a triumphant return for the Georgia rapper, who is eight months sober after battling substance abuse issues for years. Now, Rittz is back in the game, running his own record label, CNT, and ready to drop an album that promises to cement his status as hip-hop royalty. The 12-track effort includes features from Paul Wall, Jelly Roll, Yelawolf, Twista, Dizzy Wright, Big Hud, Too $hort, and Futuristic. “If you’re sleeping on me, it’s time to wake up,” Rittz reveals. “I’m back at it.”
JENNY TEATOR Releases Official Music Video for “Daughter of the Devil”!
Soulful Blues / Rock / Pop Singer / Songwriter JENNY TEATOR has released the official music video for her latest single, “Daughter of the Devil.” Originally premiered on VENTS MAGAZINE, “Daughter of the Devil” was directed by Jim Foster.
“Crave” is from her album Madame X which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart in June. “Crave” is her third “Dance Clubs Chart” topper from Madame X, recently beating her own record with her 48th #1 with “Future” and 47th #1 with “Medellín.””Crave” also marks Madonna’s ninth consecutive “Dance Club Songs” #1, her longest such streak. “Crave” was remixed by Tracy Young, Benny Benassi and DJLW, among others.
With ringing endorsements from the likes of GRM Daily, Link Up TV, and SBTV, over the past 12 months, hotly tipped Enfield native Brodie is setting himself apart from the rest of the pack on his new single ‘Diamonds’, as he shows off his versatility, infectious flow, lyrical prowess, melodic raps, and singing abilities.
‘Diamonds’ comes on the back of previously released singles ‘Rain On Em’ and ‘Rest & Pray’, which have already been turning heads in the industry, and ‘Diamonds’ is sure to add to the hype surrounding Brodie going into 2020, which will also see the anticipated release of his debut EP.
MODERN ROCK GETS FRESHER WITH NEW SONG “DO RIGHT BY ME” FROM THE NEW REGIME
“‘Do Right By Me’ deals with the familiar tale of poor communication in relationships leading to disaster. I think we’ve all been there. I certainly have! Musically, I wanted to focus on the juxtaposition of the cold modern feel of the electronic verses to the more bombastic and hard hitting choruses to illustrate the feelings of apathy versus heated contemplation” says Rubin.
Kill Chicago have a careful knack for weaving heartfelt messages through boisterous rock’n’roll. Natural storytellers with a political core, this New Brunswick-based quartet has made a name for itself through electrifying live shows and an honesty that reflects their blue collar history. Their new album, The Fix (out now!) amplifies their dissent with relatable working class anthems, breaking the fever dream of societal expectations.
CURSE: Post-Punk Premieres “Cassini” Video From Baltimore Synthpunk Duo
Following the release of Metamorphism – the third LP by Baltimore’s synthpunk/doomwave duo CURSE – via Fake Crab Records in late October, a new video for the album’s “Cassini” has been issued through an exclusive premiere at Post-Punk. The premiere takes place as CURSE continues their massive tour in support of the album, now in its final two weeks.
London-based, dark indie rock group, OFFICER, Announce New Single Based on Daylight Savings
The track, which premiered on New Noise Magazine, refers to the October ritual of putting our clocks back that traditionally marks the close of summer. The narrative follows an amplified character running out of time, caught in denial of the consequences of their mistakes as they frantically run from pillar to post tilting clocks in a desperate but comical attempt to return to the innocence before disaster.
South Carolina indie rock duo, The Mobros, have returned with the release of their new EP, Characters. The project is now available across DSPs. Leading up to the release, the duo released a new single and accompanying video titled “Don’t You See.” The video was premiered with The 405, who stated, “the track thrives on the groove of its instrumentation and its heartfelt vocals. The Mobros have keyed into a sound that evokes heartache and the sense of forward momentum that often follows.” Tune in to the new EP above and be on the lookout for more news from The Mobros moving into the new year!
LA-based hip hop artist CEO Fields continues to cement himself into the music scene with his upcoming anthem “Dividends”, out now. The single was recorded at his home studio, The Measuring Lab, and co-produced by Rated TG (Will Claye, Glasses Malone, Daniel Peter). After the success of his previous two singles “25/8” and “Yours”, Fields unleashes his authentic artistry as he doubles down on what made him the millionaire he is today.
Dopapod Releases New Single, “November”
Today, Dopapod released their latest single, “November,” accompanied by a studio video of the single.
The release comes a few days after the band posted the single artwork to socials with the suspenseful caption “11.11”, leaving fans to guess on what’s to come. New album, world tour, world domination, all fan speculation that can be found in the comments of these posts.
Cathedral is an experimental elegy for chamber ensemble in three movements. The passages of this 17 minute piece are exercises and expressions on a theme. Orchestrations of classical guitar, woodwinds, brass, synthesizer, vocals, and piano are woven with tendrils of string movements and field recordings. Subconscious imagery acts as connective tissue, sense-memory recalling the theta dream-state. The movements work within an overarching reference to an inner cathedral or sanctuary, the spiritual chambers and corridors that we each have inside of us.