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Fullerton narrates working through the struggle to find identity and purpose in “Almost There.” Fullerton’s easy-going slide guitar roots-rock proves him to be a leading voice to carry the torch of greats such as Ry Cooder and Blake Mills and demonstrates his well-earned accolades of winning several Colorado Blues Society Members’ Choice Awards. On the recommendation of his Denver music colleagues Eric Halborg and Cole Rudy of Dragondeer, Fullerton was driven to record his upcoming 4-track EP at Color Red as part of an ongoing collaboration series. The track features Fullerton’s low-tuned slide guitar as well as much of his live touring band including; Alex Goldberg (Bass), Forrest Raup (Drums), Jake Friel (Harmonica), and special guest Loren Dorland (Backing Vocals).
Insomniac Music Group Unveils the Official ‘EDC Las Vegas 2021’ Compilation – Oct 15
In the leadup to the massive three-day dance music gathering in the desert, Insomniac Records is delivering its annual festival comp providing a snapshot of the vast pool of wide-ranging talent spread out across its 8 stages. Celebrating its 25th year anniversary, Electric Daisy Carnival is excited to commemorate the huge milestone with its largest album to date, clocking in at a whopping 64 tracks, including appearances from Jauz, Seven Lions, Diplo, Deadmau5, Charlotte de Witte, Alison Wonderland, Nicky Romero and and many more.
Blues Rocker JOSH RITCHIE Solidifies His Voice & Shines Light on the ‘Love at the End of the World’ Album and Single
When it feels like the light at the end of the tunnel is dim, there always seems to be an artist like Wiarton, ON’s Josh Ritchie ready to walk you through it. Featuring soulful guitar riffs, boisterous vocalizations, and a Hammond keyboard (always a winner), the Canadian pop-rock singer/songwriter does just that, leading audiences on an emotional journey with his new single and album of the same name, Love at the End of the World — available now.
NYC Songwriter Chris Mardini Releases Self-Titled Debut Album
“At only 19, Chris Mardini is already causing quite a stir,” reported SPIN Magazine. “With a range of influences from classic alt-rock, underground hip-hop and melodic singer-songwriters, it’s no wonder he resists being put inside a box.” Now, with the release of his self-titled debut album today, fans can hear why Flaunt Magazine called Mardini “rock and roll’s future” who “seems to capture the mood of a generation.” Watch the video for the album’s latest single “Shadows,” which highlights Mardini’s razor-sharp wordplay and quietly commanding vocal flow. “I was so used to having a routine in life, but since the start of the pandemic I feel like life isn’t necessarily linear,” Mardini says of the track’s origins. “This is a song about confusion and letting my subconscious take over in everyday life—living as a shadow.”
The anonymous dance producer has been creeping through the shadows with a chill-inducing sound that has caught the attention of household names such as Dillon Francis, Tiesto, and Habstrakt. His signature blend of dark house is now finding a home on the NIGHTMODE catalog as he teams up with vocalist Braev (prev features with Yotto, N3WPORT, Miles Away) on a thrilling house number written about carrying about brutal revenge.
Artist: Soulji & Braev
Genre: Bass House
Release Date: October 15
Today, AXLAUSTADE, an instrumental grunge trio hailing from Montreal, share “ouverture,” another single off their forthcoming debut self-titled LP, AXLAUSTADE (due November 19 via La Tribu). Post Punk hosted the track’s premiere.
Dreadrock’s new single and music video ‘This Year’ is out now
US Prog Metal Project PYRAMID Release Official Video for ‘Stigma’ Feat. Tim ‘Ripper’
US Prog Metal Project PYRAMID have released their new official video ‘Stigma’, feat. Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens and The Harps’ vocalist Andry Lagiou. ‘Stigma’ is taken from the project’s upcoming album “Validity”, coming out worldwide on November 5th via Sleaszy Rider SRL, featuring also FATES WARNING’s Mike Abdow.