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Say Hi Announces New Video For “Lookachu”
“I’ve made a music video for the song “Lookachu” and I hope you enjoy it. Depending on your tolerance for humor, you will either find it to be pure silliness (drivel) or an apt reinforcement of the themes the song attempts to address … namely, apocalyptic reckonings of humanity’s current obsession with extracting dopamine from technology.”
LaMusica App, Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS) (OTCQX: SBSAA) and Los Angeles #1 Regional Mexican heritage station, 97.9FM LA RAZA announced today that tickets for 2020 “Dia Nacional de la Banda” at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Friday, January 24th, 2020 are officially on sale. The annual concert will celebrate the best in Regional Mexican and Cumbia music with performances from top artist’s.
The 2020 “Dia Nacional de la Banda” will once again bring the power and unforgettable performances of the today’s top Regional Mexican stars like Banda El Recodo, Banda Los Recoditos, Christian Nodal, La Arrolladora Banda El Limon, La Adictiva, La Septima Banda, Banda Los Sebastianes and many more. The star-studded event will broadcast live on SBS’s 97.9FM LA RAZA Regional Mexican radio station in Los Angeles, California.
Since 1998, Lapsus Dei has been recognized as one of the most important South American doom metal bands and are characterized by their powerful shows full of killer attitude in Chile and other countries. With an amazing lineup made up of renowned musicians, the band has managed to capture a unique style within metal music, full of technique, great compositional quality and a great live sound. Over the years, Lapsus Dei has performed in many cities, acting as headliners, or support for legendary European bands such as Amorphis, Katatonia, Ensiferum, Therion, Soen, etc.
Kiwi Jr. release single + video “Gimme More”
Of the video the Toronto-based band say, “it was shot mostly at our favourite bar in Toronto – Black Dice Cafe. It’s a rockabilly bar and though Kiwi Jr is very unhip to that scene, we tried to pay it justice by wearing leather jackets. We’ve had probably every band meeting we’ve ever had at that bar, and the owner Hidecki was nice enough to let us shoot there as long as we didn’t break anything (which we did during load in before we even started shooting).” It was directed by Sean Foreman who states, “we wanted the video to feel like it was based off dream logic. Things don’t make sense, the band keeps popping up, rooms are oddly connected somehow, it’s nonsense but at the same time there seems to be some undercurrent of reason guiding things.”
Extending a blues tradition that runs deep in his blood, Alex Dixon —producer, bassist, pianist, and grandson of the late master songwriter, producer, singer, and instrumentalist Willie Dixon —returns to the roots with his new album The Real McCoy, due from his label Dixon Landing Music in March 2020.
The album, which will be available on CD and LP and via streaming services, will be preceded by the leadoff single “Nothing New Under the Sun.” The track will be released on January 7, the date on which “Hoochie Coochie Man,” the Muddy Waters classic written by Willie Dixon, was issued in 1954 by Chicago’s Chess Records.
CZARFACE, iron clad crime fighter, heroically returns to his lair after two spine-chilling adventures with MF DOOM and GHOSTFACE KILLAH. In his secret hideout, he has whipped up a few uncanny surprises for longtime Czar fans…expect curveball concepts, solo exploits, and noggin nodding neck-snappers alike.
‘The Odd Czar Against Us’ launches this winter on compact disc and vinyl, and CZARFACE goes full Voltron, employing every asset in his arsenal, maximizing lyrical efforts from Inspectah Deck & Esoteric and pulse-pounding production from in house beat-smith 7L & Jeremy Page.
Vulnerable and utterly mesmerising, Matthew’s raw and relatable lyrics have captivated our ears and hearts since bursting onto the scene back in 2017 with the release of ‘Healing’. Since then, Matthew has garnered thousands of streams across streaming platforms and built on his ever-growing fan base.
MOSES SUMNEY SHARES NEW SONG “ME IN 20 YEARS” DOUBLE LP GRÆ DUE FEBRUARY 2020 AND MAY 15TH VIA JAGJAGUWAR
After closing out 2019 with “Virile” and “Polly,” Moses Sumney enters 2020 with another new song. “Me in 20 Years” is taken from Part 2 of his highly-anticipated double LP græ and is co-produced by Sumney, Daniel Lopation (Oneohtrix Point Never), and Matt Otto.
græ will be released via Jagjaguwar Records — the first part due digitally in February of 2020, with the second part, as well as the physical album, due May 15th. The album is a conceptual patchwork about greyness and expands upon the sonic universe built in Sumney’s critically-acclaimed debut LP Aromanticism and subsequent EP Black In Deep Red, 2014.
Following success and attention for singles released in late 2019 such as ‘He Doesn’t Know Me Much At All’ and ‘Never Going Home’, the indie-pop trio from Oxford have released their debut EP titled ‘Today’. Not only have the group been making an impact in their hometown of Oxford, but have sparked attention internationally with rotation plays from one of Spain’s biggest radio stations RTVE.
Multi-platinum, GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, DJ and producer ZEDD and GRAMMY® Award-nominated R&B sensation Kehlani have shared a remix pack of their single “Good Thing.” The remix pack features remixes from Osrin, Marc Benjamin, Grant, and Soulji.
ASH share brand-new single
Penned once again by singer and guitarist Tim Wheeler, the previously unreleased Darkest Hour Of The Night was recorded last year at Atomic Heart Studios in New York and features horns by renowned American art-pop band Rubblebucket – a ray of light to pierce the darkest night of the soul; a redemptive anthem for a new decade.