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Nurse and Nun
The latest single from Chicago duo Djunah’s highly anticipated new record Ex Voto, sliding into your ears November 1st. With their dark rock style they blast through “Nurse and Nun” with an abandon that should spread throughout the album.
Soul/funk collective Just Friends return riding the coattails of last years excellent Nothing but Love with new single “Fever.” A fun loving, funkified joy of a tune that is sure to brighten up the day.
Sophie Allison just keeps putting out singles and “Lucy,” her latest in a long line of standalones preceding 2018 standout Soccer Mommy album Clean, keeping the talented Nashville artist in the positive public eye. It helps that everyone of the new tunes is killer. As our friend Dave exclaims, “why is XRT sleeping on this girl!”
The Burst and Bloom
We’re a bit late to the party but “Rush” by locals The Burst and Bloom had us jamming all the way to Riot Fest this weekend. The Burst and Bloom deserves to be on everyone's radar. Get out to see them soon.
It looks like The Burst and Bloom is looking for a new drummer!
- Kyle Land
If first single “Dirty Laundry” is any indication Danny Brown’s upcoming album uknowhatimsayin¿ (due October 4th) is gonna be on everyone's shortlist for hip hop record of the year.
- Kyle Land
A collaboration with producer i_0, Canadian singer and songwriter Grimes releases electro indie song, “Violence”, a tune that gives out a dance melody while contrasting her lyrics of domestic abuse. The music video is really abstract and interesting, while in the beginning she reads the book, The Art of War, Grimes is surrounded by dancers wielding weapons while she is in the middle, dancing and at times, wearing a mask over her mouth. The music video is as intriguing as the song.
- Nicole Locarno
It’s Real / What Kind of Monster Are You?
Ex Hex rolled out the cut title track to their latest record It’s Real along with a cover of the Slant 6’s “What Kind of Monster Are You?” After adding Michelle Mae on bass, freeing up Betsy Wright to join Mary Timony on guitar we’ve heard their live shows have hit another level!
Deranged for Rock & Roll
Chelsea Wolfe raises fans’ anticipation for her new album, Birth of Violence, by releasing this vocally soft yet intriguing electronic and acoustic melody in new song “Deranged for Rock & Roll”. The tonal change in her vocals from the chorus to the verses with this looming melody that gets louder and louder as the song progresses, gives this dark and creepy feeling as she embraces her self in the lust for the genre.