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PRESS RELEASE: Heart-Shaped Hell EP announcement: https://mailchi.mp/reybee/8mm-readies-heart-shaped-hell Meet the Artists Juliette & Sean“Massive Attack meet June and Johnny Cash at a rave with David Lynch.” Founded by Grammy-nominated producer/mixer multi-instrumentalist Sean Beavan (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, No Doubt, A Perfect Circle) and his multi-talented wife, Juliette Beavan, 8mm (pron. “eight millimeter”), were […]

8MM


    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


  JOHN FRYER BLACK NEEDLE NOISE is music for the movies you haven’t dreamt of yet… Musical Soundscapes, Audio Alchemy, Sonic Sculptures, Ambient Black Magic, Glamour & Decay with Grindtronica Overtones… taking you to a whole new level of Shinier, Richer, Darker, Noise PoP. So sit back, close your eyes […]

Black Needle Noise / John Fryer


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 ...



  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


    Set for release via FatCat Records on March 29, 2019, C Duncan’s highly anticipated third album sees the Scottish multi-instrumentalist ditch his bedroom studio and work with other producers, engineers and musicians for the first time. “This was the biggest shift in dynamic for me,” he explains, “having always worked […]

C Duncan


Electro-pop powerhouse CAR ASTOR (formerly known as SEE) has premiered a new video for her song “Girlfriend” via Substream Magazine this week. The futuristic and tense video features stark and haunting cinematography, dazzling choreography, and impressive 3D/CGI special effect work. The visual perfectly represents the insatiably catchy song, accenting the electronic and angry vibes the tracks exudes. “This music video […]

Car Astor


    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



Some of the best pop songs are born out of tragedy.  For Patrick Morris of CLASS PHOTO, his latest single “HARD CONVERSATION” is a bouncy indie-pop song that tackles the devastating tragedy of the loss of a parent.  Worthy to perch alongside the best tracks of Luna, early Weezer, and Imperial Teen, “Hard Conversation” […]

Class Photo


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



    entershikari.com     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 […]

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



  Gogol Bordello never stays in the same place for long. Bandleader Eugene Hütz started to hear the songs of Seekers and Finders as he shuttled back and forth between three continents, and the nine-piece ensemble developed and refined them on the road. From its inception, Gogol Bordello has been […]

Gogol Bordello


“It’s always been difficult for a label to figure out what the hell to do with me,” says eclectic and musically expansive artist IMANI COPPOLA.  Thus, for Coppola, it’s a welcome situation to return to the label that launched her career, IPECAC RECORDINGS. Headed by Greg Werckman and Mike Patton (Faith No More, Tomahawk, Dead Cross), […]

Imani Coppola


  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


Jenn Vix is a creative, courageous, and connected artist. She’s a survivor – her life story and professional career validate the power of perseverance.   Vix’s music is hard to categorize, (and she likes it that way.) Her tagged genre might fall under the “alternative” umbrella, but her sound can be categorized as […]

Jenn Vix



Jon Fratelli can’t say he didn’t warn us. Talking about the creation of the last Fratellis album, In Your Own Sweet Time – a stomping tour de force released earlier this year – he flagged his “short attention span. “I can maybe keep a thread going for a couple of songs,” […]

Jon Fratelli



      kristiannairn.com Renowned locally and internationally in the fields of Music and Performance, Kristian Nairn is a prolific homegrown talent. As a musician, Nairn has tread the boards with such acts as Scissor Sisters, Mylo, Calvin Harris and Alphabeat; as well as being part of bands such as AJ Suzuki and Dublin’s very own Daddy’s Little Princess. As a DJ and […]

Kristian Nairn




  Larkin Poe have found their voice. In a genre as storied as American roots and soul, the sister duo are poised to make a mark all their own with the release of their fourth album Venom & Faith, out November 9. Rather than concede to the history of the […]

Larkin Poe


  When you look back on your past accomplishments, how do you feel? Do you have a strong sense of nostalgia—an urgent longing to bring things back to how they were? Are there things you wish you could’ve done differently? What would you celebrate, and what would you change?   […]

Lissie


Lucy Spraggan is in a good place and wants to share it with you. She is happy in love, life and music: three things that are reflected in the anthemic, upbeat, and infectious sound of her new album. The past few years have been the best of times for the […]

Lucy Spraggan


“Has it ever struck you that life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quick you hardly catch it going?” – Tennessee Williams “The title ‘Resistance is Futile’ and the cover image just fit together perfectly. The sleeve is a vintage photograph of […]

Manic Street Preachers



Jack Dangers is the composer and sound sculptor behind Meat Beat Manifesto. His constantly evolving musical invention has generated a long string of futuristic classics, “God O.D.,” “Strap Down,” “Psyche Out,” “Helter Skelter,” “Radio Babylon,” “Edge of No Control” and “It’s The Music.” The single, “Prime Audio Soup,” from the Meat Beat […]

Meat Beat Manifesto


      On June 22, 2018, Alex Paterson’s longstanding electronic titans THE ORB present the new album NO SOUNDS ARE OUT OF BOUNDS, which, as the title suggests, finds them embracing an anything-goes new approach to creative freedom. Refreshing and reinventing the predominantly two-man set up with Thomas Fehlmann on the prior two albums (Moonbuilding 2703 […]

The Orb


THE PARLOTONES.…a biography Kahn Morbee (Vocals/Guitar) – Neil Pauw (Drums) – Glen Hodgson (Bass/Keys/Backing Vocals) – Paul Hodgson (Lead Guitar) Put simply, The Parlotones are South Africa’s biggest selling rock act ever with 600,000+ albums sales worldwide. All the more impressive when you consider this has been achieved via independent […]

The Parlotones


    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



“I chose CANDY as the album title because the songs may seem sweet, inviting and harmless at first glance, but ‘candy’ suggests there’s something sinister beneath,” says the patron saint of pain Raymond Watts of post-punk stalwarts <PIG>’ about the new covers album that will be released on June 21, 2019 viaArmalyte Industries.  “It’s like a lure or precursor […]

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“And I’m hearing you say, not enough is OK. Well, its not…I’m with the Painted People,” quips lead vocalist, Christian Dryden of NYC-based, The Ritualists. Dryden, who fronts the band and writes the songs is something of an anachronism; A multi-instrumentalist who relishes the performance aspects of a live show, […]

The Ritualists


“…a brilliant album, one of the best in the underground scene of this millennium and it has serious reasons to be considered as a near- future classic” –This is Gothic Rock A stunning blend of post-gothic rock, dark wave and dance rock, Turkey’s She Past Away presents the beautifully melancholic […]

She Past Away


  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



“Like shoegazing with a twang, but there’s a maximalist epic thing going on, too. It’s rare that a singer is able to balance synthesizers with a slow, Southern vocal palette, and it’s almost like inventing a new language of song. Well, here it is, and it’s gorgeous!” – FlyPaper “… a tour de […]

Thayer Sarrano


    The Road: Part II / Lost Highway   “Once you have walked the road, everything becomes clear,” says Elliott Power on the Prologue to the sixth album from genre-bending pioneers UNKLE. ‘The Road: Part II / Lost Highway’ is the sound of an artist forever in transit on […]

UNKLE



  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