Comisar shares kaleidoscopic single “Lights” in advance of debut album release

Comisar’s “Lights,” the first single off of his forthcoming album release Make Believe, takes us on a kaleidoscopic journey into the unknown. Moving from the darkness onwards to the light, Comisar delivers a fresh melodic twist to more conventional underground global bass. Painting a tapestry of funk, deep groove, world music, Continue Reading

ESCPE releases latest EP ‘Cloud Walk’ featuring a collaboration with Axel Thesleff

Create and immerse yourself in your own reverie with ESCPE’s latest EP Cloud Walk, now out on Gravitas Recordings. Reality is based on what one submerges themself in, and ESCPE encourages listeners to engage in an absence of mind and exist in their own universe through six ethereal offerings. Presenting Continue Reading

Payton Moormeier releases latest single “Don’t Go”

Payton Moormeier recently released his latest single “Don’t Go”.  Inspired by real life events, the track is about how Payton needs a significant other in his life regardless of how much they mess him up.  “Don’t Go” is the next single from his collection where the singer has taken a challenging situation or event he’s Continue Reading

Harry Hudson Releases New Album ‘Hey, I’m Here For You’

Harry Hudson has released his anticipated sophomore album, Hey, I’m Here For You via MSFTS/Roc Nation. The 15-track project is a powerful display of Harry’s artistry, showcasing his vocal technique, musicality and vision. The project, now available at all digital retailers, features collaborations with Jaden Smith and Astrid S, as Continue Reading

Elder Island release music video for new single “Feral”

Elder Island today release an eerie new music video for their haunting single “Feral,” the first taste of new music from their upcoming sophomore album.  The striking visual brings to life the uncomfortable dread of childhood nightmares, laced with anxiety and the fear of what awaits when you finally fall asleep. Continue Reading

The Cranberries ‘No Need To Argue’ is remastered & expanded

On November 13th, Island Records/UMe released the remastered and expanded versions of No Need to Argue by The Cranberries.  Originally released in 1994, No Need To Argue was the band’s biggest selling album with global sales in excess of 17 million and contained the band’s most commercially successful single “Zombie.”  The video for “Zombie” has Continue Reading

MARY J. BLIGE’S MY LIFE TO BE RE-RELEASED ON 2CD, DOUBLE VINYL AND A SPECIAL EDITION 3LP SET

Mary J. Blige, the legendary singer-songwriter, actress, philanthropist and honorary Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, will re-release her acclaimed 1994 sophomore album, My Life, on NOVEMBER 20 via Geffen/UMe.  The album celebrates its anniversary November 29 and will be released in three physical forms: a 2CD, a standard weight black double Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Nothing’s “The Great Dismal” provides calm and chaos for a rollercoaster of introspection

Dominic Palermo, the founder of Philadelphia-based shoegaze band Nothing, has always had a knack for producing a quality mixture of storytelling and emotional conveyance in his artistic efforts. The gentleman has led quite a life to wind up where he is now, as a journey full of introspection and self-discovery Continue Reading

Life Size Models release their new album ‘Everything Changed’

Life Size Models are on fire with their epic new release out today, Everything Changed, which is a tasty delight from start to finish. Creating a big splash in Indie circles, the record takes us on a nostalgic vibe.  Laced with dreamy and echoing vocals, as well as sultry instrumentation, we Continue Reading

Tzarina release debut track “Deadsong”

Tzarina is a heavy but melodic post‐hardcore group hailing from Brookyln, NY.  Originally formed in 2016 under the moniker “Deafmute” the band exploded onto the scene by releasing a series of songs and live performances that blur the line between metal, post‐rock and punk. In 2020, Craig William is again at Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Touche Amore’s “Lament” bleeds a powerful message of progression and introspection

When people listen to music, they often find it an escape from the turmoil of modern-day events. While most music serves as a display of the artist’s emotions, current trends indicate that manufactured, “bubbly” music is what dominates a majority of listeners’ ears. Focus on the overall instrumental sound of Continue Reading

EP PREMIERE: Sideshow Cinema’s self-titled EP exhibits unbridled fury

Maryland City metalcore band Sideshow Cinema has released their new self-titled EP today on https://sideshowcinema.bandcamp.com/ and will be available on streaming services soon.   A four-song collection of chaotic dissonance and frenzied output, the group finds a sound not unlike Boundaries and Orthodox to relentlessly pummel the speakers on which Continue Reading