Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi has released “Scent of the Dark,” which is described as “A fusion of new Iommi music, video and unique fragrance blended by Xerjoff’s Sergio Momo with major input from Tony.”. You can check out the song below. There doesn’t seem to be a buy link for...
Kid Rock revealed he’s releasing a new song, “Don’t Tell Me How To Live.”. The 50-year-old singer announced that the single and a music video would be released Friday on his Instagram account. Kid Rock teased a new song on Instagram. (Gary Miller/Getty Images) Kid Rock also shared a photo...
Vernon of K-pop boyband SEVENTEEN has surprised fans with a brand-new solo song, ‘Bands Boy’. The trap-driven track features lyrics written by the K-pop idol, who also co-composed the track with producer Cribs. ‘Bands Boy’ is Vernon’s first solo release since 2015, when he dropped the digital single ‘Lotto’, as well as the songs ‘B Boy’ and ‘Lizzie Velasquez’ on SoundCloud.
(New York, New York – November 19, 2021) – Just in time for the holiday season, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Cam releases a beautiful Christmas original song “Believe” today via RCA Records. Written by Cam and frequent collaborator Anders Mouridsen, the track features Cam’s signature, classic sound, and is the perfect track to add to everyone’s holiday playlist.
A previously unreleased Whitney Houston song demo recorded when she was 17 years old is being offered as part of an upcoming NFT collection. Provided by OneOf – an eco-conscious NFT platform built specifically for the music vertical – the song will be auctioned off next month as a single “OneOf One Iconic” item. The auction date will be revealed on December 1 during Miami Art Week at a two-day art, music and NFT event called OneOf.world.
Legendary Black Sabbath riff overlord Tony Iommi is now streaming his new solo single "Scent Of Dark." The single comes alongside a cologne of the same name designed in collaboration with Italian perfume house Xerjoff and Sergio Momo. "I've had the riff for quite a while and I'd never done...
It’s a Cali link up as Blueface and BLXST combine for the new single and video “Chose Me.” The new release brings Blueface floating over BLXST’s production with luxurious bars. BLXST adds vocals in addition to the production, skating out “Something told me, I didn’t chose this lifestyle, it just...
Grade 2 were a bunch of snot nosed kids when they burst onto the scene in 2013, teenagers playing the type of classic punk that belonged to another era. While still young by most standards, with three full lengths and a handful of EPs under their belt, they’re now grizzled scene veterans. The Isle of Wight, UK trio was on quite a roll with the release of their Hellcat Records debut Graveyard Island in 2019. Like so many other bands, their momentum was threatened by the pandemic. Their response was Graveyard Island: Acoustic Sessions.
Today, we are getting sophisticated as we debut the new track by David Heatley!. You might better know Heatley as one of the regular cartoonists for a little publication called The New Yorker… maybe you've heard of it? But, what you might not know, is that Heatley has been kicking out the jams with bands since the early '90s Shimmy Disc days with his band Velvet Cactus Society.
Strangelight, the band made up of Nat Coghlan (Transistor Transistor), Julia Lancer (The New Trust), Tony Teixeira (Swingin' Utters), and Ian Miller (Kowloon Walled City), have released a video for their new song "Lead Blanket". The song features Darius Koski on violin and viola and is off their upcoming EP The World Needs Laughter out December 10. The video was directed by Josh Robertson. Strangelight released their album Adult Themes in 2020. Check out the video below.
This Friday (12/3), Philly's Rid of Me (members of Fight Amp, Anxiety Spiral, Low Dose, Legendary Divorce, and Soul Glo) will release their new album Traveling on Knife Hits Records (digital/cassette/CD) and The Ghost Is Clear Records (vinyl), but the whole thing is streaming now, two days early. As you might expect from a band named after PJ Harvey's Rid of Me, these songs are noisy and grungy and very '90s-sounding, but Rid of Me make it their own. The whole LP rips, and you can hear it in full over at Ghettoblaster.
The Linda Lindas have released a video for their song "Nino". The video was illustrated and animated by Rob Fidel. The song appears to be a standalone single and is out now via Epitaph Records. The Linda Lindas released their self-titled EP in 2020. Check out the video below.
Manchester based doom punks Witch Fever have released a video for their song "Bully Boy". The video was directed and edited by Sam O'Leary. The song is off their EP Reincarnate that was released earlier this year. Check out the video below.
Me And That Man just released their new album New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol. 2, and is already back with a new single "Fight!" The single features original guitarist John Porter, who left the band in 2018 (and really needs to come back given how good this song is).
Alorangel is back again with her soft, pop-infused, Christian-inspired sound, and this time, she offers an extended version of her single, "Lord You Are Everything To Me (Ethereal Version)." Always putting an emphasis on eclecticism, Alorangel is the master at constructing a sound that is truly one-of-a-kind. She's always working...
Singer/songwriter Divided Heaven have released another track off of his upcoming album titled Oblivion. The track is called Beginning of the End, the track was produced by Frank Turner. The track is streaming over at Under the Radar Magazine, click here to check it out. Oblivion will be out on February 4th through A-F Records (US/CA) & Gunner Records (UK and EU).
Joe Jack Talcum of The Dead Milkmen has released a digital compilation. It's called Cassingle Series Vol. 1 and it collects some of the songs that Joe recorded for a series wherein Joe would self-record two songs and release only one physical copy of those songs on cassette. You can hear the songs below.
Maggie Rose regularly nods to her inspirations in her original recordings, bridging soul, rock, country, and funk alike on the 2021 album Have a Seat. Rose goes straight to one of the sources for a swirling, trippy cover of Rock Hall of Famer Carole King’s “I Feel the Earth Move” that was released on Friday.
The track premiered earlier this week on SiriusXM’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame station, for which Rose did a takeover to play music by some of her heroes.
In its original form, King’s is a soulful stomper that leads off the classic album Tapestry. In Rose’s...