The Church return with retro-futuristic epic new single “The Hypnogogue”; release accompanying rainy, neon-drenched, dystopian music video for the track

“‘The Hypnogogue’ is set in 2054… a dystopian and broken down future,” explains Steve Kilbey, bassist, vocalist and founder of seminal Australian psych-guitar masters THE CHURCH about their recently released new single and video “The Hypnogogue”, released via Communicating Vessels/Unorthodox. “Invented by Sun Kim Jong, a North Korean scientist and Continue Reading

Drowning Pool announce intense and heavy new album ‘Strike A Nerve’, first new album in six years, and release first single “Mind Right”; Fall tour launches September 17 at Central Florida Metal Fest

Texas hard rock stalwarts Drowning Pool are proud to officially announce Strike A Nerve, their first new record since 2016. In addition, the band have released “Mind Right,” the first, intense taste of Strike A Nerve and a perfect re-introduction to the band for the 2020s. Their heaviest record to Continue Reading

Poolside Glitter Punks Hayley and the Crushers announce Modern Adult Kicks Tour, co-headlining select shows with Wicked Cool recording artist Soraia; First full-length album via Kitten Robot Records to be released this Fall

Hot off the heels from making the move from California to Detroit, power trio Hayley and the Crushers have announced their Modern Adult Kicks tour. Kicking off in Fort Wayne, IN on September 23, the tour will feature Wicked Cool Recording Artist Soraia as a co-headliner for select shows and will visit Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Nashville, Detroit and more before concluding on November 26 in Los Angeles.     Helmed Continue Reading

Imaad Wasif embraces the pandemic on gorgeous new album ‘So Long Mr. Fear’ out August 9th; First single “Fader” out now

“I wanted to be able to hear my voice without any trace of self-consciousness, without overthinking it, and let the lyrics keep their presence,” says acclaimed Los Angeles singer, guitarist and songwriter Imaad Wasif about the recording of his gorgeous new album So Long Mr. Fear (release date: August 9, Continue Reading

Elder Island North American headline tour kicks off on May 12; Sophomore album ‘Swimming Static’ out now

Kicking off on May 12th at Boston’s Middle East (Upstairs), Katy Sargent, Luke Thornton and David Havard of Electronic-pop Trio Elder Island will return to the Americas for the first time since October 2019 in support of the critically-hailed, independently released second album Swimming Static.   TOUR DATES: Thu, May 12 – Boston – Middle East (Upstairs) TICKETSFri, May 13 – Brooklyn, NY Continue Reading

Japanese American rapper/actor Lyrics Born releases collaborative full length ‘Mobile Homies Season 1’ – Releases new video for “This Song’s Delicious” ft. Dan The Automator and “Sitcom Dad” – Kicks off tour in Yakima, WA on April 20th

With a massive collection of friends and collaborators, Japanese American rapper/actor Lyrics Born recently released his bombastic new album Mobile Homies Season 1. Simultaneously, LB released the music video for the flavorful track “This Song’s Delicious” ft. Dan The Automator and “Sitcom Dad” and announced the Mobile Homies Tour kicking off Continue Reading

Animalweapon releases long-awaited ethereal new album Set of Constraints via Polychromatic Records

Electronic project Animalweapon (real name: Patrick Cortes) recently released his long-awaited new studio album Set Of Constraints via Polychromatic Records. The ethereal and glistening new record is a showcase for Animalweapon’s strengths in creating hopeful electronic dream-pop and was a long time in the making. “It’s always a huge bundle of emotions having a finished product finally come Continue Reading

The Wrecks share new single/video for “I Love This Part”

“There was a fire in me while making this record that I hadn’t felt in years,” explains The Wrecks frontman Nick Anderson about their dynamic alt-rock single “I Love This Part.” “I remember the night I wrote the majority of the song and recorded the vocals; I cried, I laughed, I yelled. I let all of my Continue Reading

Sandman Sleeps discuss the band’s origin, reconvening in 2019 with a renewed passion, their debut album, and what’s next for the band

Florida band Sandman Sleeps was originally formed by sisters Alex (bass) and Christina (vocals/guitar) Peck as teens, with their friend Gavin McAlexander on drums.  Being young, they ended up moving around and focusing on other things for a while before moving back to Florida in 2018.  It was at this Continue Reading

Electronic Synthwave duo Beautiful Machines release driving and urgent “Survive” via Republic of Music; New album ‘Singularity’ out summer 2022

Following the release of their recent single “Control,” electronic duo Beautiful Machines have now released the driving and urgent “Survive,” the latest offering from their upcoming album Singularity. The new single is out today via Republic Of Music. The band have also been announced as support or OMD’s upcoming German tour, kicking off on July 31 before Continue Reading

Bauhaus announces West coast dates for May 2022; Two New York City shows rescheduled

All Shows On-Sale FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2022At 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET   Photo credit: Gary Bandfield   U.S. SHOWS:May 17 – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Portland,OR)Ticket linkMay 20 – Paramount Theatre (Seattle, WA) Ticket linkMay 22 – The Masonic (San Francisco, CA)Ticket LinkMay 25 – The Mission Ballroom (Denver, CO)Ticket Continue Reading

Sandman Sleeps releases exhilarating post punk single “Fellini” off debut album out March 26th

“Musically, I was heavy into Joy Division during this time and wanted to make something in that New Wave/Punk vein,” says Sandman Sleeps’ vocalist/guitarist Cristina Peck of the band’s newest punchy upbeat post-punk track “Fellini”, which she wrote with her bassist sister Alex Peak in 2010. “I liked the freedom in Joy Division’s music. There’s a lot of room Continue Reading