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New Artist Signed Under Atlantic With #APG Through PNV Jay Also In Joint Publishing Contract WithPlatinum Record YSL Producer MookToven And His Music Label #6Rings And M.A Records Aka MookAve Records Lil Laddin Was Born In Brooklyn Ny In Bedford Stuyvesant Dec 27th, 1996 And Gained Much Popularity From Songs Like Spinning Ft Bin Stiller And Nick Blixky or Hummer ft 22Gz Kodak Black’s Recently Signee At SniperGang Records Lil Laddin Has Been Through A lot The Past Years Such As Legal Issues With A Charge Recently He Beat Of Possession Of Control Assault With Firearm/Carjacking But What Would Really Draw U To become attached to his music is his unique style of snake-like high pitch whispering voice on melodic beats which gives a different type of style of rock /alternate trap music.
Everclear and Sponge were responsible for countless MTV and radio hits (“Santa Monica,” “Everything to Everyone,” “Wonderful,” “Plowed,” “Molly,” “Wax Ecstatic,” etc.). And on Friday, January 17, 2020, both bands will unite for a special performance at Mulcahy’s in Wantagh, NY – as part of the Masquerade Rock Music Fest. And what is shaping up to be great night of music does not stop there – as fast-rising rockers the Raskins will also perform, while That Metal Show co-host, Don Jamieson, will be hosting the entire evening. Supported by WBAB/102.3, the performance will be 18 and over, while doors open at 7pm, and the show begins at 8pm.
What do Aphex Twin, Tom Waits and Crowhurst have in common besides vast and challenging discographies? They’ve all at one point collaborated with Gavin Bryars, one of the world’s most important and celebrated living composers. On January 24, 2020, Crowhust (aka Jay Gambit), will release ‘Incoherent American Narrative’, a new LP that is a unique collaborative project between Gambit and Bryars, the influential musician who is renowned for, among other compositions, his 1969 release ‘The Sinking of the Titanic’, now considered one of the classics of British experimental music.
Dead & Company rang in the new year with the second of two sold-out concerts at San Francisco’s Chase Center, closing out the band’s 2019 “Fun Run,” which also included two shows at the “Fabulous” Forum in Los Angeles.
Just before midnight, a seven-foot tall “Father Time” (Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Walton) took the stage alongside longtime friend Wavy Gravy to help with the countdown to ring in the new decade.
JUSTIN BIEBER MAKES HIS RETURN WITH NEW SINGLE “YUMMY”
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LOLA YOUNG RELEASES NEW VIDEO FOR TRACK ‘3RD OF JAN’
Directed by Balan Evans, the personal video shows Lola at her most intimate singing and dancing along to the track alone in her dressing room. A song about past love, future love and love that maybe isn’t meant to be, Lola is anything by cryptic, leaving her emotions out for all to see. Lola says on the track;
“I wrote this song the day before my birthday, it is a song about many things all in one, and about being ‘too much for anyone’. I think this video is a raw honest interpretation of how I act and how I am before I get ready to perform.”
LA DJ and producer Le Youth has reworked ‘Obvious’, the modern pop track initially released by Adam Rom, out today via Universal Music.
Harnessing a deeply emotional orchestral vibe, Le Youth adds an added layer of wistfulness, without losing the fresh pop sheen of the original. Le Youth stumbled upon the track online and decided to put his own twist on it, with Adam loving it so much that the pair pushed for an official release.
The single, “Lullaby”, comes from a very personal place for Willow Stephens. The week where she first met her husband, Willow could barely sleep, and got the original idea for the track during the middle of the night. Putting on some headphones so she wouldn’t wake up her roommates, the song suddenly started coming to life, living in many forms over the past couple of years with it only now seeing the light of day within the album.
TARABAN share “Liberty Fraternity Eternity” live performance
Polish psychedelic rockers TARABAN have recently shared the live footage for the song “Liberty Fraternity Eternity”, taken off their exhilarating debut album ‘How The East Was Lost’ released last fall on vinyl and digital.
“Strident, passionate and primal, How The East Was Lost celebrates the nuances of far-away lands with a moghul’s feast of vibrant psychedelia.” – Doomed & Stoned
2019 has been a moving year for dutch brothers Showtek. After years of tweaking and consideration, they finally released their long-awaited single “Listen To Your Momma” back in March. Followed by a curated selection of collaborations with Steve Aoki, Sultan + Shepard, Gammer, and Dropgun. 2019 also saw Showtek moving back into the clubs with their EDM Sucks / Island Boy EP, but also crossing over to mainstream radio with “Way We Used 2”.
Due to a running accident, Sjoerd has been unable to tour for the past months, which is unfortunate for the duo. Luckily Sjoerd is making a steady recovery from his surgeries and he will most likely be back on the stage with Wouter in March 2020.
Heavy Latino Rockers from ¡Pendejo! reveal international conspiracy in new video
With the release of their new video for the song ‘El Rutger’, the third single from the album ‘Sin Vergüenza’, the Dutch band ¡Pendejo! brings a historical and international conspiracy to light.
Singer/trumpet-player El Pastuso accidentally discovered the plot that has been forged as early as the 1940s. In short, he claims that the abundance of blond-haired, populist politicians that make up the majority of today’s political headlines (Trump, Johnson, Le Pen, etc.) is a product of a breeding programme, in which Margaret Thatcher and Augusto Pinochet were brought together in 1943. According to Pastuso, this precise breeding conspiracy is the root of ‘The Blond Problem’ the world is facing nowadays.