NYC band The Men are gearing up for the release of their new album ‘Drift’, landing March 2nd on City Slang. With the record coinciding with their ten year anniversary as a group, the band has also unveiled the final single taken from the upcoming LP. ‘Killed Someone’ is a rapid fire blasting of raw punk and garage rock, charged with burning guitar riffs and power drumming, exploding with sheer energy.
Two weeks ago Brooklyn-based duo Russian Baths shared their hard-hitting cut ‘Slenderman’. Without wasting anytime, the pair have now unveiled another single titled ‘What’s Your Basement’. Setting off the song with that good old distortion, the group proceed with fire flying guitar streaks, rocketing into a fury of noise rock that hits like a shock to the system.
Back in 2015, New York’s Aisha Badru released her debut EP ‘Vacancy’, building up a strong following and eventually catching the attention of Volkswagen, who used her track ‘Waiting Around’ in an advert campaign. With her debut album forthcoming this year on Nettwerk Music Group, Badru has unveiled the video to the leading single titled ‘Bridges’. Directed by Nathan Presley, the ups and downs of a relationship are highlighted as the boyfriend in this situation finds himself at odds with himself whilst his girlfriend stands a bit more firm with confidence.
Holly Miranda brings forth her steamy, new track ‘Golden Spiral’. Taken from her upcoming album ‘Mutual Horse’, the sexy shooting of indie is spread with Miranda’s smokey vocals with a 90s feel embedded in the production. What should be featured on the ultimate playlist of hedonist activity, ‘Golden Spiral’ is a pleasurable offering from the New York-based artist.
New York City-based singer VÉRITÉ has unveiled her stylish video for her single ‘Saint’. What resembles something from a fashion film, the sharp styled VÉRITÉ weaves between scenes of standing among mannequins whilst wearing a lamp shade on her head and sitting in bath tub with fish swimming about. Of course the mannequin heads sitting on her shoulders can be a bit strange, but the video is still quite captivating.
Running 10 years strong in the music business, NYC rockers The Men are celebrating with the release of their new album ‘Drift’, landing March 2nd on Sacred Bones. The new work follows their 2016 LP ‘Devil Music’. Working with Travis Harrison of Guided by Voices, ‘Drift’ is an expansion of sound, initiated by the previous album with The Men giving the tracks more of an open space without sacrificing musicality.
Releasing their highly impressive ‘Let’s Plan A Robbery’ EP back in 2016, NYC trio Acid Dad are now gearing up for the landing of their self-titled debut album, out March 9th on Greenway Records. The outfit have also shared a new single entitled ‘2Ci’, which is featured on the forthcoming LP. Bringing forth a lovely mixture of psychedelic and punk, the meat and potatoes serving of flashing guitars and rapid drums are complimented with garage rock vocals, lightly sprinkled with a dash pop. You can stream the song down below.
At this point you can say that Jay-Z isn’t releasing music videos anymore, rather short films. Having consistently dropped videos to various tracks on his album ‘4:44’ that have taken the visual game to high levels, Jay-Z now unveils his latest treatment to his song ‘Family Feud’ which features his wife Beyoncé. What starts off as an all-star cast of actors depicting the betrayal of a family legacy, transitions into Jay, Beyoncé and their daughter Blu Ivy in a cathedral as Hov gives his confession on rappers, the importance of family togetherness and of course, his success. ‘Family Feud’ is directed by Ava DuVernay.
NYC-based singer Duendita has an old soul swarming around in her young body. With touching baritone vocals, the Queens native shares her lifting single ‘Pray’. Stripped back and organically warming acoustics provide the backdrop, allowing Duendita to give thanks whilst motivating others to love one another before the days come to an end. You can stream ‘Pray’ down below. Read more […]
NYC rockers High Waisted make their return with an explosive video titled ‘Firebomb’. Packed with sheer attitude, the visuals weave between clips of the band performing the track and frontwoman Jessica Dye romping around a red-lit room in a sexy manner with a steamy girl crew added to the mix. The song along with the High Waisted single ‘Free Throw’ is out on Little Dickman Records as part of a split release with The Coax.