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AUDIO: Smoke DZA’s “LCR (Lights, Camera, Rugby)”


Forever Madness: The Randy Savage EP sounds like a title that’s a bit peculiar but enough to make you interested, to know what it has to do with anything. One of the songs that’ll be on the EP is a new song by Smoke DZA called “LCR”, nicely produced by The Audible Doctor.

AUDIO: Justin Hunter’s “T.H.R.O.N.E.S.”


A fusion of a melodic piano base, with modern electronic music. It is creative, raw, organic and real is the way “T.H.R.O.N.E.S.” is described in the press release for it. The song is done by Justin Hunter, released as a single two weeks ago but will appear on his forthcoming remix album titled Keyism.

VIDEO: Customary’s “Hanging On”


We’re only a week away from the release of Customary‘s new album Compassion (self-released), and now hopefully the first of many videos to come from it. This song is called “Hanging On”, and you now have to hang on just a week before the full length drops. Patience is essential.

AUDIO: Maine Event’s “Stay With Me”


Prolific Stan is the producer behind Maine Event‘s brand new song, “Stay With Me” and after hearing this, you’ll want to stay with the both of them for their musical duration. As far as you’re concerned, this song matters.

SOME STUFFS: Places To Hide will not be hiding in Atlanta in the near future

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If you’re in tune with the indie rock out of Atlanta, you may already know of Places To Hide. After releasing an album on their own last year called Almost Nothing, they’ve found something: label interest. The group have been signed to Tiny Engines, who will not only reissue the album, but will be releasing new music from the quartet, including a 4-song 7″ EP called Wild N Soft, coming out in October. You can check out the record’s closing track, “Nowhere Bound”, by heading to Stereogum.com.

The group will soon be hard at work on recording a follow-up to Almost Nothing, to be released sometime in 2015, but you’ll be able to see them live throughout the U.S. for the next month, which will lead them back to the ATL:

July 24… LaFayette, LA (Wild Salmon)
July 25… Houston, TX (Avant Garden)
July 26… Austin, TX (Cheer Up Charlie’s)
July 27… Tuscon, AZ (TBA)
July 28… Phoenix, AZ (The Trunk Space)
July 30… Los Angeles, CA (Pehrspace)
August 1… San Jose, CA (San Jose Rock Shop)
August 2… San Francisco, CA (Church of Surf)
August 3… Salt Lake City, UT (Kilby Court)
August 4… Denver, CO (7th Circle)
August 5… Omaha, NE (O’Leaver’s)
August 7… Chicago, IL (Dee Dee Ramone’s)
August 8… Columbus, OH (Kafe Kerouac)
August 9… Brooklyn, NY (Baby’s All Right)
August 10… Philadelphia, PA (Golden Tea House)
August 11… Arlington, VA (CD Cellar)
August 12… Fredericksburg, VA (Fredericksburg All Ages)
August 13… Durham, NC (The Fellowship Hall)
August 14… Charleston, SC (Tin Roof)
August 15… Athens, GA (Caledonia Lounge)
August 16… Atlanta, GA (529)

You may check out Almost Nothing in full below, courtesy of Bandcamp.

SOME STUFFS: Stolen Jars keep to themselves but share a song from forthcoming record

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Molly Grund and Cody Fitzgerald are the duo Stolen Jars, who enjoy mixing up a strong acoustic core with a deep passion for loops, repetition, and a powerful sound that would fit them alongside The Duhks, Flaming Lips, and Wilco. Their album to come is called Kept, which has been recorded, mixed (by Eli Crews) and mastered (by Jeff Lipton) for release later this year, which will lead to shows where the duo will be expanded by a full, touring band. Check out the first single called “Folded Out”, a perfect name for how the song is created and becomes itself. When you hear it, keep the title in mind and you’ll find yourself folding into them and their creations.

You’ll be able to see and hear Stolen Jars unfold onto you when they perform in the following cities:
July 26… Brooklyn, NY (Pete’s Candy Store)
August 15… Paterson, NJ (Paterson Art Factory)
September 20… Providence, RI (Nissan’s Lair)

SOME STUFFS: Black Moth welcome in Roger Dean into/onto the cover

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The latest album from Black Moth features cover art that should be familiar to many of you. The cover for Condemned To Hope features artwork from Roger Dean, known for his work with Osibisa, Uriah Heep, and of course Yes. At first, you may think that the cover art is a bit on the gloomy side but the title is Condemned To Hope, so there is very much a positive side to this. According to Dean, he looked at the lyrics for vocalist Harriet Bevan and drew on its dark side to create the unusual tones explored on the gatefold sleeve, but it remains trademark Dean. For more on what inspired Dean, click here.

The British group have two shows in their immediate future, but are sure to do more when the album is released on September 15th:
July 25… Sheffield, England (Tramlines Festival)
August 1… Derby, England (Y Not Festivak
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Until mid September, check out a song from the album called “Room 13″.

FREE MP3 DL: Populous featuring Giorgio Tuma’s “Brasilia”

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Populous had released three album up until and including Drawn In Basic (Morr Music), which was released in 2008. No
music in six years is an eternity for some, but it is what was needed in order to get him from there to here. Here is now, and he is about to release his fourth full length called Night Safari (Bad Panda/Folk Wisdom), so for those who have been waiting for more musical selections from Mr. Andrea Mangia, the wait is over. As a preview, here’s a song he did with Giorgio Tuma called “Brasilia”, which would have been perfect for this year’s World Cup, but it could be perfect for that country for all time.

Night Safari will be released on September 29th.

VIDEO: Bullet’s “Storm Of Blades”


Director Philip Truong was asked to put together this video for Bullet, the guys agreed and loved the final treatment for “Storm Of Bullets”, the title track of their forthcoming album to be released on September 9th via Nuclear Blast.

VIDEO: King Of Asgard’s “The Runes of Hel”


Karg (Metal Blade) is the brand new album from Sweden’s King Of Asgard and with their third album to be out and available to all, they’ve released their first video from it for the track “The Runes Of Hel”. Their recipes are too good to hold back from, dive in their brews.