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iNTeLL BIO Born & raised in Staten Island, New York the eldest son of U-God, from the Wu-Tang Clan, had an upbringing that was far from normal. On March 13th of ’94, while being escorted to a birthday party, a young Dontae Hawkins was shot through the abdomen. The bullet came from a nearby crossfire shooting. After several operations & years of physical […]

2nd Generation WU


    alisonmoyet.com Alison Moyet is a Basildon girl born to a French father and English mother. Having left school at 16, she began her musical journey in punk bands and on the Canvey Island pub rock scene. Her piano tuning studies came to an abrupt halt when ‘Only You’ became a […]

Alison Moyet


AInternationally beloved singer-songwriter/producer Azam Ali’s award-winning career has been defined by boldly defying genres and commercial expectations to heed her creative instincts. In keeping with this fearless spirit, her latest opus, Phantoms, is a masterstroke of artistic wholeness and focus. The darkly alluring record melds Azam’s mystical musicality with gorgeously […]

Azam Ali


Peter Murphy Daniel AshDavid JKevin Haskins “Bauhaus always sought to conjure something more esoteric and enigmatic — ‘She’s in Parties,’ ‘Dark Entries,’ ‘Kick in the Eye,’ ‘All We Ever Wanted Was Everything,’ ‘Slice of Life,’ and even the cover of ‘Ziggy Stardust’ (one of the best cover songs of all time) […]

Bauhaus



“Honestly, my entire life, I’ve wondered who the heck is the type of person that drinks cocktails at hotels in Manhattan. Yet, I somehow found myself there, stirring the ice in my $20 cocktail and thinking about why I’m always following the type of love that I know is going […]

Best Ex


“The night is short. It weighs heavy, but the light always awaits us,” begins the tagline from vocalist Chibi about THE BIRTHDAY MASSACRE’s eighth album DIAMONDS (Metropolis Records; release date: March 27, 2020). A darkly poetic line which could easily describe the band and their music.  While often exploring the lower octaves with minor chords and midnight […]

The Birthday Massacre


Andy Rourke has teamed up with British, LA based frontman / guitarist KAV to launch new band “Blitz Vega”.   The band are based between LA & NYC. They recorded their debut Album in LA, produced by Sadaharu Yagi. Music-wise think big driving tracks, guitar hooks, heavy beats, loops and […]

Blitz Vega (feat. Andy Rourke of The Smiths and Kav ...


LOS ANGELES, CA — February 28, 2020:Bloodhound Gang, the alt-rock pranksters turned global pop stars, will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their platinum 2000 breakthrough Hooray For Boobies with an expanded digital version available now, and vinyl reissue on March 27, 2020viaInterscope/UMe. The album, which features their Hot 100-charting hit and Total Request Live dance-pop smash “The Bad […]

Bloodhound Gang “Hooray For Boobies (20th Anniversary Expanded Vinyl)”



  In this age of quotidian nihilism, of pervasive and boundless jadedness, you might be forgiven for being taken aback when someone says to you: “I hope you’re happy.” It’d be easy to load that phrase with acerbic meaning, to interpret it foremost as coming from a place of spite […]

Blue October


The Buckleys are a chart-topping teenage sibling trio from Australia. At only 20, 19 and 17 years old, they have performed on some of the world’s most recognised stages both in Australia and the USA, won two American Song writing Awards and collaborated with numerous Grammy award winning hit songwriters and producers in […]

The Buckleys


NEW YORK, NY (February 2020) – To kick off 2020, Cash Money Records will release the official collection of its most recognizable instrumental tracks entitled Cash Money: The Instrumentals available on April 3, 2020 via UMe in multiple formats including digital, 2LP 180-gram vinyl and as a special limited-edition 2LP 180-gram colored vinyl. Pre-order here: https://lnk.to/CashMoneyInstrumentals. Opening up the Cash Money […]

Cash Money “The Instrumentals”


“This is the album where I feel like this is me now, more than the others,” says Americana master Chris Berardo on the eve the release of his fourth full-length, Wilder All The Time. “I didn’t really know if the world needs more records, so I wanted to be sure […]

Chris Berardo



“This is a very personal record for me. I wanted to say things that I couldn’t say or otherwise wouldn’t be appropriate for Supagroup.” The genre is still rock and roll, says Lee, but “The new record and sound channels less AC/DC and Van Halen, and more David Bowie, Neil […]

The Chris Lee Band


    chuckraganmusic.com   Chuck Ragan’s bracing new release Till Midnight once again confirms what the iconoclastic singer-songwriter’s fans have known all along: that he’s a deeply compelling songwriter and an effortlessly charismatic performer, as well as a true believer in music’s ability to illuminate and inspire. Till Midnight‘s ten typically impassioned new Ragan […]

Chuck Ragan


Following the announcement of their widely anticipated fourth studio album Sad Happy, CIRCA WAVES have unveiled the playfully sinister video for “Jacqueline,” the first single to be lifted from the new record. Sad Happy will be released on March 13, 2020via Prolifica Inc /[PIAS]. Pre order the album here. Shot in the lavish setting of a 70s themed […]

Circa Waves


Since their inception in Melbourne in 1981, Dead Can Dance have been informed by folk traditions from all over Europe, not just solely in terms of instrumentation, but also by secular, religious and spiritual practices. The story to their forthcoming album Dionysus took shape as Brendan Perry became fascinated by […]

Dead Can Dance



    electricsix.com   The Devil has always been there. He is the great outsider, the original iconoclast. He is a conniving little jerk and never seems to tire of giving humanity a wedgie or a wet willie just for a laugh. The Devil is capable of taking many forms. He can […]

Electric Six



  Engelbert Humperdinck never wanted to be a singer. A career in music, yes, but he was extraordinarily shy. The youngest boy of a family of ten children originally from Leicester, England, he grew up in Madras, India, where his father was stationed during World War II. Engelbert’s childhood was […]

Engelbert Humperdinck


  In 2015, the ground started to fall from under Rou Reynolds’ feet. He’d been having occasional panic attacks for years, but hadn’t put a name to the problem until that brutal summer. Frayed by touring and heavy professional expectations, he started self-medicating, which backfired massively. “The anxiety I get […]

Enter Shikari



For Frank Iero, making music has always been a coping mechanism. But it’s also much more than just a way of dealing with the hardships of life – it’s a means of stepping back to take in the hurricane that is life, both in all its glory and devastation and […]

Frank Iero and the Future Violents


    gangoffour.co.uk   Pioneering post-punk band, the Gang of Four were formed in the bricolage punk rock fallout culture of late seventies Leeds—a place where art was a mirror and guitars were machine guns. Gang of Four tore up the template and made sense of the question marks thrown up by […]

Gang of Four


Testimony Gloria Gaynor will tell you, “I have more than survived. I have thrived.” Indeed, an optimistic message accentuates her new gospel album, Testimony, and it’s delivered with the exhilarating vocals that have become the legendary performer’s trademark. “I named this album Testimony because that’s what it is. It’s my […]

Gloria Gaynor


Kids Like Us “The most obvious difference with this record was that we said, ‘Fuck the genre labels people want to put on us. We never felt they fit us anyway,” says Alyssa Graham. “We didn’t want to stay within any boundaries. We wanted to just let go and explore, […]

The Grahams



Irish songstress Janet Devlin returns to the big leagues with a brand-new release, ‘Confessional’. Her re-entry to the musical landscape is the start of a slow-burn, long-term engagement with her large and loyal fanbase, followers retained during her tenure on the hit show X Factor (2011), as well as those […]

Janet Devlin


  A January cold night. A bottle of bourbon. A chance encounter at a Gallery Opening on Jane Street. This is the stuff New York is made of. Life altering moments on seemingly ordinary nights; moments that couldn’t happen anywhere else, because ordinary doesn’t live here. Innocent conversations between total strangers leading to devilish […]

January Jane


Singer/songwriter/bandleader Josie Cotton hails from Dallas Texas.  In the early 1980s, Cotton had an international hit with “Johnny Are You Queer?” which was included on the soundtrack of the seminal film Valley Girl.  She also appeared in the film with her band the Party Crashers as well as Jackass Number […]

Josie Cotton


J “I definitely wouldn’t say it’s music writing,” says 17 year-old singer/songwriter Julia Bhatt coolly.  “I genuinely just fuck around on the guitar until I play a string of chords that makes me feel good, I guess.”  While it may sound like chance or luck, Julia’s preternatural ability for writing duct-tape sticky […]

Julia Bhatt



It’s been 20 years since Kaleidoscope, the groundbreaking, game-changing debut album by Kelis. She recorded the album aged 17, naive to its everlasting resonance, and from the moment it was released, it was a bolt of lightning, ahead of its time, pioneering on all sides, from the bold Neptunes production to its […]

Kelis “Kaleidoscope” (20th Anniversary Reissue)


b The many members of the Orb’s loose collective have been fluid over the years, with Alex Paterson remaining the only constant throughout.  A West Norwood resident, punk and acid house veteran, Paterson’s career in music started in the early 1980s as a roadie for Killing Joke, for whom his […]

The Orb


Inspired by the likes of Joy Division, The Jesus & Mary Chain and Bruce Springsteen, OUTSIDER’s music works on three levels. The immediacy of the music and its emotional pull have the power to capture people’s attention, but there’s a real depth to discover in the multi-layered lyrics too. His […]

Outsider


    Thin with prominent cheekbones, a baritone voice, and a penchant for gloomy poetics, Peter John Joseph Murphy (born 11 July 1957) is an English singer and musician. He was the vocalist of the rock group Bauhaus and later went on to release a number of solo albums, such […]

Peter Murphy



Brighton-based singer Salt Ashes aka Veiga Sanchez, lover of UK electronic music, burst into the dance music scene with her signature dark songs and melodies with a zeitgeist club sound, all of which inspired by Giorgio Moroder’s blend of disco and epic dark atmospheres. Her success began from the offset, […]

Salt Ashes


  Since their humble DIY beginnings in 1981, Osaka, Japan’s Shonen Knife have been building a faithful following of rock enthusiasts and alternative rock elite, their relentless journey securing the band’s place as one of the pioneer ambassadors of Japanese rock music and culture on the international stage. The rock […]

Shonen Knife


   the-sounds.com THE SOUNDS Maja Ivarsson – Vocals Jesper Anderberg – Guitar / Keyboards Felix Rodriguez – Guitar Johan Richter – Bass Fredrik Blond – Drums For a band whose history as a band spans a little over two decades, Swedish indie rockers THE SOUNDS sure don’t sound like it. Resonating […]

The Sounds


The era defining, history making, best-selling female group of all time today announce the re-release of Spiceworld and The Greatest Hits on vinyl – the ultimate Mother’s Day gifts. The vinyl will be available from Friday, March 13, 2020via UMe/Virgin EMI. Re-issued on 180g black vinyl, this release of Spiceworld retains all original artwork from 1997. Peaking at […]

Spice Girls – Reissues



Stefan Alexander is a NYC-based queer pop singer-songwriter. Stefan grew up in an artistic household playing multiple instruments including cello, piano, guitar and mandolin. While attending NYU’s Clive Davis program, he formed a folk band opposite pop singer Phoebe Ryan. In the NYC-folk clubs, Stefan honed his songwriting and vocals, […]

Stefan Alexander


There is an undercurrent of thoughtful and creative collaboration that runs through all of Tedy’s music. It’s the desire to make a connection, whether it’s between lyrics and melodies, or the reaction from the song to the listener. Tedy has always strived to have a meaningful response to all of […]

Tedy


  Sometimes a step sideways is the best progression forward. After the breakup of Yellowcard in Spring 2017, vocalist/guitarist William Ryan Key did just that with his solo debut EP, THIRTEEN which will be released on May 25, 2018 via The Lone Tree Recordings. Both a sonic redirection and a rediscovering of his muse, THIRTEEN finds Ryan in a […]

William Ryan Key


    yellowcardrock.com     “When saying farewell, it is hard to know where to start, especially when there are so many reasons not to say it, but the time has come to share this news,” said YELLOWCARD in a unified statement. “After countless discussions and months of thought, we have decided that it […]

Yellowcard