Azam Ali covers Cocteau Twins “Shallow Then Halo” on upcoming album

Embracing the sleek menacing beats and anxious ethereal vocals, while adding her own icy cinematic veil, internationally beloved singer-songwriter/producer Azam Ali has just released the video for her cover of Cocteau Twins’ “Shallow Then Halo” via  The track is her third single from upcoming album Phantoms (Out tomorrow, Friday, September Continue Reading

KidEyes release new single in anticipation of debut self titled EP

Photo by Cameron Jordan Los Angeles natives, KidEyes, have announced that they will be released their self titled debut EP on October 4th. The indie rock band are sure to set the bar high with their release after receiving critical acclaim and comparisons to indie rock powerhouse bands like X Continue Reading

Other Americans release video for “Neon Sunrise” from upcoming EP

With glossy gracefulness, electro-pop band Other Americans have perfectly translated their radiant noir aesthetic from sound to visuals with their new video for “Neon Sunrise”, the first single from of their upcoming self-titled EP out October 1, 2019.  The video premiered recently on Popdose and features towering projections of singer Julie Continue Reading

Dream Theater announce second leg of North American tour

Two-time Grammy-nominated and millions-selling progressive music titans Dream Theater are currently in the middle of a successful European tour.  With three weeks left on that run, the band is turning its attention back to North America with the announcement of the next leg of the acclaimed The Distance Over Time Tour Continue Reading

Muse to release ‘Origin of Muse’ Box Set

In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the band’s debut album Showbiz, Muse have announced the release of the deluxe boxed set Origin of Muse on December 6th, 2019. This deluxe set will chronicle the band from their early beginnings in Devon, their early demos, first Eps, debut album and breakthrough record Origin Continue Reading

Bobby Gustafson releases new Satan’s Taint album

American guitarist Bobby Gustafson, best known as a member of thrash metal band Overkill until his departure in 1990, went on to play guitar for several other bands before taking a short retirement from music.  In 2003, he returned to music as part of the Florida-based band Response Negative.  He Continue Reading

The Faim release new video for “Humans” and announce tour

In anticipation of their long-awaited debut album, State of Mind, The Faim, comprised of Josh Raven (lead vocals), Sam Tye (guitar), Stephen Beerkens (bass/keys) and Linden Marissen (drums/percussion), have unveiled the official music video for lead single “Humans” today.  The cinematic offering dives into the world of science fiction while Continue Reading

White Reaper announce new album “You Deserve Love”, release newest single

Photo by Grace Lillash Louisville, KY natives, White Reaper, have announced their newest record You Deserve Love out October 18th via Elektra Records. The highly anticipated record will be White Reaper’s debut Elektra Records release and follows their 2017 release The Worlds Best American Band. You Deserve Love is a collection of smart, Continue Reading

The Brother Brothers to tour this fall in support of new album

The Brother Brothers are an identical twin indie folk duo who released their debut album Some People I Know on Compass Records last fall. Since, the band’s garnered widespread acclaim for their stunning sibling harmony and beautifully simplistic Simon and Garfunkel-like songwriting. They’ve nabbed major press nods from Rolling Stone Country, NPR, Continue Reading

Jeremy Ivey to release new album in September

Nashville singer and songwriter Jeremy Ivey will release his debut album The Dream and The Dreamer on September 13 via ANTI- Records and will then set off on tour with Ian Noe this Fall.  Recorded in a “little bitty house studio” in Nashville and produced by Ivey’s wife Margo Price, the Continue Reading

CAL set to release new collection of music dubbed The Identity Crisis

On the heels of a hiatus from the gold-selling pop phenomenon TIMEFLIES—which he co-founded— CAL embraces a wider emotional and sonic spectrum than ever before.  The artist has released his first two debut solo singles as CAL- “So Cal” and “My Brother.”  Earlier this week CAL sat down with Billboard Continue Reading

Tavia releases new single “Share It All” off of her upcoming EP

Tavia is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles who has captured audiences with her honest messages and catchy melodies. “Share it All” is her third single off of her upcoming  EP ‘A Walk In The Madness’, which will come out at the end of the Summer.   You can listen Continue Reading