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söndag 19 mars 2017

Los Angeles based Flor working on full length album


Alternative pop band Flor is signed to Fueled By Ramen Records and will release their full length album later this year, the new single Hold On is the first release since the Sounds EP (2016) , you can watch the official video for Hold on at the link.
For fans of Empire of The Sun.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vi5wR--nuhA

tisdag 14 mars 2017

Khodara´s slower collection of pop songs

Khodara’s second EP entitled Billie – EP is a slower collection of pop songs, reflecting on the artist’s journey to date.  Produced and co-written once again by Billy Pavone, the 4-song EP has been compared to the XX and Phantogram while vocally recalling an early Madonna or a more refined Lana del Rey.  The purity of Khodara’s heart shines through in the lyrics.  Billie – EP’s overall message of overcoming fear is what young women around the world need to hear right now.
The EP will be out March 17th, stream the title track here:
https://soundcloud.com/khodara/billie-1/s-yW4sc?in=khodara/sets/billie-ep/s-YxTR2

söndag 5 mars 2017

Mike + The Mechanics set to release first album in 6 years

When Mike Rutherford decided to work under the name Mike + The Mechanics again in 2009/2010, nobody could have suspected that it would take six years to release the follow-up to the last studio album, The Road, which came out in early 2011. And even if looks like Mike has taken himself a lot of time with the new album, it probably wasn not the case, since the Mechanics played a lot of gigs every year (!) since their comeback in 2010. He eventually became one of the most active musicians from the Genesis family. A best of record was also released in 2014 (click here to read our review). Reactions to their last studio album The Road may not have been so positive, but due to the fact that the band has grown and a couple of years have passed, we can look forward to hearing the new album Let Me Fly, due for release on 7th April via BMG.
Listen to the first single Don´t Know What Came Over Me at:
https://youtu.be/W9pHu_Y1l3Q

L.A based Weathers offer you happy pills

With an average age of 19, the members of Weathers —  lead singer/rhythm guitarist Cameron Boyer, guitarist Cameron Olsen, bassist Brennen Bates, and  drummer Cole Carson — are part of the post-Millennial Generation Z: Social media-saturated kids who grew up in an insecure post-9/11 world and raised by financially stressed parents affected by the economic downturn. It’s no wonder that a skeptical, unsettled mood permeates the songs that the Los Angeles-based band has written since they officially became Weathers in October 2015.

With the line-up complete, the guys set to writing songs and honing their live show — an electrifying spectacle where the self-described introvert Boyer finally comes out of his shell. “Everything I wish I could scream in person becomes possible onstage,” he says. “I just let it all out. I bottle everything up offstage, so when we perform, I go nuts.” Weathers has played Webster Hall in New York City and The Troubadour in Los Angeles, and performed at this year’s SXSW. In April, they signed with RCA Records and are hard at work on their debut album. “When people listen to our music, we want them to feel like they’ve been heard,” Boyer says. “We want them to reflect on themselves and to have a good time doing it.”
Watch the lyric video for their new single Happy Pills here.
https://youtu.be/RWiJk11NGUE