DECOUPLR remodel their debut with ‘RECOUPLR: DIGITAL BONFIRE REMIXED’

“Our debut album DIGITAL BONFIRE was all about isolation, loneliness and dealing with anxiety, especially in the face of the pandemic,” says Adam Laub, one half of the electronic-indie duo DECOUPLR alongside vocalist Bailey Walker. “We tried to send messages on the album that it is okay to reach out Continue Reading

Psychedelic alt rockers The Neverlutionaries release trippy, atmospheric new single “Stardusted” from self-titled LP, out now via Polychromatic Records

“This is a song about amazing love making, a.k.a. ‘stardusting’ and how sometimes the loving is so good that it doesn’t matter where the actual relationship goes as long as the loving continues,” explains Christopher Harold Wells, of Nashville-based psychedelic alternative rock band The Neverlutionaries, about the amorous story behind their single “Stardusted.” The Continue Reading

Janet Devlin releases spellbinding cover of Prince’s classic “Kiss” ahead of forthcoming EP ‘It’s Not That Deep’

Following the acclaim of her 2020 album Confessional, Janet Devlin releases a spellbinding cover of Prince’s classic “Kiss“. Following the same unapologetic honesty that defined her previous single “Place Called Home,” “Kiss” is the second release from her much-anticipated forthcoming EP It’s Not That Deep.  Janet chose to cover this Continue Reading

ToBy dives into the personal with debut album L’Esprit out now via Magnetic Moon Records

Following the release of lead single “Are We Ridin” last month, indie rapper ToBy is proud to finally release his long-awaited debut album L’Esprit, which is out now via Magnetic Moon Records across all DSPs.  Blending elements of modern rap music, introspective pop, and indie rock, L’Esprit follows a narrative that is Continue Reading

Spaghetti & Frank premiere the music video for “I Think It Sucks (And I Don’t Like It)”, the first single from upcoming album ‘Motherfuckin’ Rock ‘n’ Roll’, due out on October 12th via Kitten Robot Records

The Supersuckers took the Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs out on tour for the first time back in 1999 and the leaders of these two infamous punk rock ‘n’ roll acts have remained pals and collaborators for over two decades!  The evidence of this wild and rowdy union is all over their debut Continue Reading

The long-time Young Dubliners bassist Bren Holmes explores new musical territory on his long-awaited debut solo album ‘Everything You Never Wanted’, out today

When you’ve been a professional musician for over thirty years, you can accumulate a large trunk of songs. The tucked-away tunes that Ireland-born / Los Angeles residing Bren Holmes shares on his solo debut, Everything You Never Wanted, reveal impressive singer/songwriter talents that never got fully displayed during his lengthy tenure as bassist with Continue Reading

Former Black Flag/dos bassist KIRA transcends her punk and hardcore past with angular dark minimalism on self-titled solo debut album out Oct. 19th via Kitten Robot Records

To many in the ‘80s and ‘90s punk scene, KIRA needs no introduction.  As a member of numerous West Coast hardcore and punk bands including Black Flag and dos (with Mike Watt), she was a fixture in that anarchic world – her bass playing truly iconic in every sense of the Continue Reading

Los Angeles post-rock outfit Gypsum release luminous new single/video “Give It” about the tension in the push, pull, and codification of one’s identity

On September 14th, Los Angeles post-rock outfit Gypsum release their luminous new single/video “Give It”, which features mesmerizing hi-hat work and chasmic, stop-and-start waves of Sleater-Kinney-esque guitar interplay.  The track is the second to come off their eponymous debut self-titled album (release date: October 12, 2021 via Sonic Ritual).  Anna Continue Reading

Beloved Oakland-based hip hop artist Gift of Gab’s latest album ‘Finding Inspiration Somehow’ is posthumously released, along with a music video for “Slaughtah Dem (Godly)” ft Windstrong

In remembrance and celebration of the late, revered Oakland-based hip hop icon GIFT OF GAB, Nature Sounds releases his posthumous album FINDING INSPIRATION SOMEHOW on September 10th.  Praised across the media and hip hop community landscape, Gab’s vocal dexterity and lyrical prowess is unsurpassed and, thankfully with a wealth of Continue Reading

Tombstones In Their Eyes premiere intimate and beautifully haunting “Looking For A Light” video with Ghettoblaster Magazine

With the release of their critically-hailed neo-psychdelic post-punk album Looking For A Light this spring, Kitten Robot recording artists Tombstones In Their Eyes (TITE) have released the trippy video for the title track of the album which premiered with Ghettoblaster Magazine.  A pastiche of atmospheric cinematography, the minimalistic video shot by Swedish filmmaker Maria Magnusson features moody images that showcase Continue Reading

Janet Devlin searches for a place she belongs on new single “Place Called Home” ahead of forthcoming EP

Following the acclaim of her 2020 album Confessional, Janet Devlin champions the unapologetic honesty that defines her in “Place Called Home”, reflecting on the inner battles that come with searching for a sense of belonging. The single is the first from her much-anticipated forthcoming EP It’s Not That Deep.  “Place Called Continue Reading

Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe featuring Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees) and Joe Cardamone (The Icarus Line) prepare electronic and experimental self-titled album out October 15 via Rare Bird/Kitten Robot Records

After the release of their debut 12″ earlier this summer, DARK MARK VS SKELETON JOE (Featuring Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees and Joe Cardamone of The Icarus Line) are proud to announce their upcoming self-titled full-length album, out on October 15, 2021 via Rare Bird/Kitten Robot Records.  In addition, “No Continue Reading