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One Thousand Motels: New Track / Video ‘Never Forget’, tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
Recorded between London, Memphis and Palm Springs, is the second album from One Thousand Motels and is released 30 April 2021 on Universal Music. One Thousand Motels is the band that developed from the core of The Mutants, and sees drum legend Rat Scabies (The Damned) and bassist / multi-instrumentalist Chris Constantinou (Adam & The Ants, Sinead O’Connor) rope in vocalist Sean Wheeler (Josh Homme /Lemmy Kilmister / Robby Krieger) for the ride. As Vive le Rock said, the band provide, “Upbeat rock songs with a twist in the lyrical tail”.
Metallic-hardcore punks Locked In are unveiling another piece of their comeback attack plan. After releasing their first EP in 7 years last December (Not Dead Yet EP), the Perugia-based five-piece band has announced a second EP bound to join their discography.
“The Solemn Leap” EP is coming out on April 23rd on all Digital Platforms. The release is announced with a preview single, “Coward”.
The Lancasters release new single “Scallywag”, watch the video.
If you haven’t heard of The Lancasters yet, you’re missing out big time.
This three-piece rock band have the ability to combine old and new, tradition and innovation in a blend that ranges between the best 1970s British rock and more recent expressions of volume driven rock’n’roll sounds.
This is the field in which The Lancasters play their game, and they do it damn well. They have just release a brand new single called “Scallywag”, along with a crazy, ironic and exuberant video created by Stefano Vanoni.
They Fell From The Sky (Colin Doran – Hundred Reasons, Jason Bowld – Bullet For My Valentine) release animated music video for debut single ‘Dry’
They Fell From The Sky formed after Colin Doran (Hundred Reasons) and Jason Bowld (Bullet For My Valentine, Pitchshifter, Killing Joke) got together for Jason’s collaborative project ‘This Is Menace’. They then started writing with Dave Draper and completed the line up with Lee Erinmez (Snuff) and Oly Edkins.
Pop-Punk Skate-Rockers MOORE AVE UNDERGROUND Wrangle Bad Dreams + Good Wisdom in New Single, “6 Feet”
Canadian pop-punk skate-rockers Moore Ave Underground usher audiences into their dreamscapes with the release of this, their new single “6 Feet” — available now.
The song’s inspiration stems from a subliminal vision band member Josh Gaudette had where his dad was dying, the band — which also includes Josh’s brothers Joseph and Jack, as well as Shawn MacDonald — shares.
Video: losLAUREN 718 – Zodiac Aries
Spring time is here and losLAUREN 718 has returned with his aptly titled “Zodiac Aries.”
Born April 18th, the Bronx MC narrates over a silky smooth jazzy beat with razor sharp precision. With today’s climate of music, this is the closest thing that we’ll get to Jay-Z’s “Reasonable Doubt.”
Today, Grammy-nominated artist Brent Cobb released an Amazon Original song “Loose Strings,” available to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music.
Today, Leah Nobel releases an Amazon Original collaboration of her song “Beginning Middle End” feat. Forest Blakk. Originally featured in Netflix’s To All The Boys: Always and Forever with 20 million combined global streams, this reimagined version with Forest Black on the song for the first time is available now to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music.
OCEANA: Italian prog/melodic death metallers featuring Novembre’s Massimiliano Pagliuso release “Violet”
“Violet” is featured in the band’s debut album “The Pattern”, out now via Time To Kill Records.
OCEANA also announced the addition of bassist Francesco Bucci (Stormlord, Screamachine) to their ranks.
“The Pattern” was recorded at Blue Noise Studios by Massimiliano Pagliuso and at The Outer Sound Studios by Giuseppe Orlando. Mixing and mastering were handled by renowned Swedish producer Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios AB.
Watch Official Video for “Distance”
During adolescence, our band’s songwriters both experienced being uprooted from their home countries, moving from Argentina and Portugal to Canada. We still feel and carry the emotional weight of distance as we are separated by oceans, borders, and at times political differences.
Singer Paul Loren Delivers Modern Music with a Retro Vibe
From his Elvis-era instrumentation to his Billy Joel-esque ear for melody and pathos, singer Paul Loren’s upcoming songs feel topical and new, even as they evoke a throwback vibe to the Rat Pack era, and perhaps even a nod to our ‘better angels’.
Loren is a youthful old-school entertainer with a twinkle in his eye – it’d be easy to imagine him being introduced by Dick Clark or Johnny Carson. But the era he has a musical affinity for does not mean he’s singing about the past…and tracking to analog does not make him a nostalgia act. On the contrary. Loren’s upcoming ‘Betwixt’ draws inspiration from his recent months of heartbreak, anxiety and anger – emotions many of us have experienced during these turbulent times.
Ready for broadcast… Step Back from Canadian Hip-Hop / R&B artist 20KDrz
Deshawn Omari Palmer-Agyemang was born in Toronto, Ontario in 2000 and has since moved to Vaughan.
As a child, to keep himself occupied and active, he was enrolled in numerous sports in and out of school; Castlebrooke Secondary School – basketball, soccer and volleyball. When Deshawn was 14, he was put in a choir and made appearances in his elementary talent show. He showcased his talent and unlocked a new ability of vocals, which impressed everyone with his voice.
LOZ CAMPBELL Releases Official Music Video for “What Are You Doing It For?”!
UK Based Rock artist LOZ CAMPBELL has released the official music video for her newest, bluesy, “What Are You Doing It For?”. Filmed by Fly Girl Films, “What Are You Doing It For?” was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Tom Gittins (Monochrome Productions).
Following the demonstration of her fiddle virtuosity on the instrumental “Ducks On The Millpond,” Mountain Home Music Company’s Carley Arrowood returns to form with a strong vocal performance that builds on the success of last year’s “Goin’ Home Comin’ On” by offering a different angle on a similar theme.
Written by producer-bassist Jon Weisberger and Music Row hitmaker Jenn Schott, “My Kind Of Nightlife” gently contrasts crowded downtown streets and “cafes and honky tonks full of sound and light” with the glow of lightning bugs “dancing in the air” and “the call of the nightbirds.” “That’s my kind of nightlife,” Arrowood sings with a self-assurance born of her own experience and preferences, while the song’s relaxed tempo, lush harmonies and subtle instrumental backing all combine to transport the listener to the chorus’s front porch swing and an idyllic night in the country.
Hypnotic in sound and stereo, Sam Louis is digital adrenaline. Hanging in the balance of alt pop and R&B, he continuously curates feelings of loss and regret while still inducing euphoria. Based out of Toronto, Louis looks to provide more than just a stream or casual listening experience, but medicine for those who need it.
New single, “Driftin’,” is about feeling lost and alone surrounded by so much beauty and wonder that you can’t reach/access. Being stuck in a bigger metropolis like Toronto during the COVID-19 pandemic brought upon the darker emotions of “Driftin’.” Having the city lights in view while feeling like you’re helplessly floating farther away from it, created this weird disconnect, one that Louis compared to drifting through space-time.