Rising artist and LA-based singer-songwriter Annika Rose has released her debut EP, Ventura Boulevard, today via TaP Records. Demonstrating her innate talent as an artist far beyond her years, Annika’s debut EP features five songs that perfectly capture her feelings at their most unfiltered moments and the EP bears a raw authenticity that is so elusive in pop music today. In addition to previously released singles “In The End” and “I’m Better,” Ventura Boulevard features new lead single, “Fly To You” (see full track listing below). On “Fly To You,” a folky yet romantic track, Annika ponders over a distant crush, “What’s the point of this if you’re not here with me? Where you are is where I want to be.”
Individuality & personal growth runs wild in Hackney-born songstress, Millie Turner, who on her second ever extended player, Hide+Seek, is developing into an outright One To Watch for 2020. The seven-tracklist is evidence of a singular, talented teenage voice that hammers out honesty in all she does. Watch out for the newest gem in the pack, January, which is an ode to pressing the reset button, whilst being prepared to making the same mistakes & being okay with it. You can hear her live on tour opening for Tove Lo next year in March.
THE VICE Release ‘White Teeth Rebellion’ Music Video
Swedish black metal/rock ‘n’ roll trio THE VICE have released a new music video for the song “White teeth rebellion”. The song is taken off the new album “White teeth rebellion”, which is scheduled for a 2020 release.
White Tail Falls shares video for debut single ‘Give It Up, Son’
London-based artist White Tail Falls has shared the video for his debut single, ‘Give It Up, Son’.
Visualising the track’s evocative subject matter in a montage of surreal and disturbing imagery, the video sees a descent into an otherworldly realm of monstrous creatures that tempt and overcome, creating a warped and powerful visual allegory of addiction.
The tour starts in Manchester at the O2 Victoria Warehouse, then goes to the O2 Academy in Glasgow and culminates in his biggest ever London headline show to date at Alexandra Palace. This comes ahead of three huge outdoor performances across Ireland in June 2020, starting at Malahide Castle in Dublin then Independent Park in Cork and finishing at Belsonic Festival in Belfast. This run of dates set a new record for Dermot with all 50,000 tickets selling out in under 10 minutes.
Toronto’s Kiwi Jr. have released the title-track off their forthcoming album Football Money. The single highlights the bands penchant for crafting infectious indie-rock/garage pop that will stick in your brain on repeat.
When asked about the decision to record a Holiday album guitarist Greg McKenna commented that ”Over the years, we’ve half-jokingly/half-seriously talked about doing a Christmas album. It’s this year that we finally got off our butts to record one. “
Establishing themselves as a major live drawcard in their hometown of Melbourne, THE CHERRY DOLLS are also making waves nationally with an ever-increasing fanbase. Built from the ground up with the bands relentless dedication to touring and their DIY or DIE attitude, they’ve packed out sweat-soaked venues all over the country with audiences taking cues from a lyrical maelstrom of star-crossed lovers, broken hearts and hitting the bottle until dawn. With an album and two critically acclaimed EPs under their belt the time is right to unleash new material.
Out Now: Alexis Troy teams up with RIN collaborator/animator Deveroe for “Codeine” video
“Codeine” is the second track taken from Alexis Troy’s Dread EP and comes with a stunning animated clip produced by visual artist Deveroe, who has already worked alongside Troy for RIN’s “Dior 2001” video. “Codeine” is a sublime pop-R&B hybrid, driven by heavy trap-drums amongst soothing yet sorrowful vocals. Transferring the melancholic and grand atmosphere of Troy’s productions with his voice, the anonymous vocalist shares intimate moments of a spiralling relationship damaged by drug abuse. “Codeine” pulls you into a fragmented and uncertain world that you can’t help but be intrigued by.
CYANIDE SUNDAE Release New Single & Official Video For ‘Do Or Die’
UK alternative hard rockers Cyanide Sundae have released a new single and official video for a brand new, previously unreleased track Do Or Die. Vocalist & guitarist Paul said; “The song, lyrically, is inspired by a quote from Russian novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn that I stumbled across one day. ‘The battle line between good and evil runs through the heart of every man.’ Such a powerful statement. I then thought about all of the warmongering, self-serving, evil, corrupt higher powers of this world and the rest of the song wrote itself!”
MÖTLEY CRÜE IS BACK!
Almost 6 years after signing a Cessation of Touring agreement, the contract is off the table because a whole new generation of Crüeheads are relentlessly demanding for the band to come back together. Following the huge success of their NETFLIX biopic THE DIRT, Mötley Crüe has seen a massive surge in new audience. And the band best known for breaking the rules has destroyed their cessation of touring contract in true Mötley Crüe-fashion, by literally blowing it up.
“”Silver Line,” from my upcoming EP, was written at a time when I began to see the parallels between my brother and collaborator, Mike, and I as touring musicians and our older brother who had toured the country as a professional golfer.”
Today sees the long-awaited release of Ronnie Wood with His Wild Five – Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry. The album is Ronnie’s tribute to one of his musical heroes and will see him bring rock ‘n’ roll back to the charts.
The album is released as Ronnie sees the cinema release of Somebody Up There Likes Me, an in-depth documentary about Ronnie’s life and careers both in the Rolling Stones and in the art studio. The film, which premiered at London Film Festival, will be released in cinemas from 26th November.
For Skope: Stadiumx returns to Protocol with “Where Are You Now” [out now]
Hungarian duo Stadiumx returns to Protocol Recordings with their soulful, nostalgic new single “Where Are You Now,” and we guarantee it will take you back to EDM’s golden era. With a driving bassline, soaring melodies syncopating synths, the track evokes throwback memories of big room progressive house era. “Where Are You Now” follows the multitalented duo’s “Touch My Soul,” released on Bingo Players’ Hysteria Records, “Getting Late,” on Don Diablo’s Hexagon, and “Love You Forever,” with Nicky Romero and Sam Martin on Protocol Recordings.
Swedish post-hardcore metal act THROUGH THE NOISE announce new 80’s inspired ‘Dualism – Synthwave Sessions’
Swedish post-hardcore metal act Through the Noise have revealed a new eighties-inspired EP entitled Dualism – Synthwave Sessions. The EP contains retro, eighties-inspired synthwave versions of popular songs from their 2019 full-length album Dualism. Dualism – Synthwave Sessions comes out on December 13, 2019.
Debra-Jean Creelman: “Smoke”
“Smoke,” the newest single from the upcoming EP, was written at a time when Debra-Jean was growing weary of trying to fit into any sort of music scene and worrying about whether what she was doing would be met with approval. It’s still a work in progress, but since then she has been getting better at trusting her own instincts, and creating for the sake of creating.
Grimm by name and by nature, there’s more than a hint of the famous Grimm brothers’ twisted fairy-tale folklore to Ginormous – the third album from London-based, Tokyo-born experimentalist Koichi Yamanoha. Recalling a childhood with Humpty Dumpty and Mother Goose by his side, his latest offering marks the next chapter in a trilogy of self-discovery; a compendium of sonically astute storytelling where nightmares and dreams meet via French yé-yé and Casio beats.