Brooklyn band QWAM have shared their new single ‘Dirty Feet’. The song follows their previous single ‘Doggie Door’ which was the lead-off cut taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Feed Me’, out January 19th. Taking cues from the classic era of New York City 70s punk, ‘Dirty Feet’ is an electrifying offering driven by powering guitar riffs and gritty, in your face vocals.
NYC’s Acid Dad hit heavy with a force of raw punk and garage rock with their debut 7″ ‘Die Hard’. Comprised of two tracks, the title cut is a rolling shot of 70s inspired New York punk, racing with fuzzy guitar lines and power drumming. The B-side tune ‘Bodies’ slows down the pace slighlty as hazy riffs are coupled by mellow vocals.
The Ornate Project is bringing you one of house music’s most respected originators, the legendary Kerri Chandler to the Kings Hall at Avant Gardner! Joining him is the charismatic and highly respected duo from Amsterdam – Detroit Swindle. Don’t miss this rare opportunity guaranteed to make your body rock and your booties shake.
NYC-based singer Liza Colby flexes a heap of attitude and sex appeal in her latest video ‘Cryin’, which is performed under her band The Liza Colby Sound. Keeping the imagery, stark, clean and to the point, Colby flexes her perfect physique whilst firing off a shot of high octane rock & roll.
Rising star Alexa Dark has been going full force with a slew of great cuts throughout 2017. Weaving between alt-rock and pop rhythms, Dark has unveiled her new EP ‘Empty Drinks/Empty Heart’. Comprised of five songs in total, the record highlights her knack for vivid songwriting and standing delivery, packed with control and confidence. With the songs inspired by her late nights in London, turbulent relationships and transitions between cities, we have a stream of the EP down at the bottom.
NY producer Kurt Uenala aka Null + Void teams up with legendary Depeche Mode front man Dave Gahan for the single and video ‘Where I Wait’. Shot in a dark and futuristic setting, the haunting visuals display a couple fighting one another whilst projections of Dave Gahan appear on a television set. Stylishly directed by Tim Saccenti, the song itself is taken from Null + Void’s LP ‘Cryosleep’, out November 3rd via hfn.
Brooklyn band Dead Leaf Echo are set to release their second album ‘Beyond.Desire’ on October 13th via PaperCup Music. The LP was recorded with My Bloody Valentine engineer Guy Fixsen, as well as Jorge Elbreht of Ariel Pink and No Joy fame. One of the songs featured on the album is this freshly shared track entitled ‘Sunless Soul’. Whilst the content displays peeks of melancholy pertaining to loneliness, there is a contrasting element to the musical backing which bursts with hope. Have a listen.
Brooklyn band Teachers have unveiled their stunning video ‘Loved You All The Way’. Filmed in Serbia among stark and towering monuments that have lasted throughout World War II, the band performs the track as the dramatic landscape provides a powerful backdrop. The song itself is taken from Teachers’ forthcoming debut LP ‘Race’.
NYC rockers High Waisted definitely know how to party it up. Aside from making our lives look totally stale by comparison, the four piece outfit have been owning the New York underground scene for years now. Their debut LP ‘On Ludlow’ was a masterpiece and the band also delivered a pretty hot playlist for ColoRising Mixes: 26. Now taking their sound to a higher level, High Waisted have released their new 7″ record ‘Free Throw/Firebomb’.
As NYC band Bootblacks prepare for the release of their new album ‘Fragments’, landing September 14th o Manic Depression Records, the group have shared their latest tune ‘The Longest Night’. Straddling a fine line between the sounds of post-punk and cold wave, the haunting track built on rolling guitar riffs and deep, shifting synths, follows their previous stomping cut ‘Hold & Dissolve’.