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Terracotta Blue is ready to unleash a brand new song and this one will make you “Never Leave”, and for good reason. The song features vocalist Emily Ehrens, who you’ll want to hear more of in the years to come. Have a listen and discover it for yourself.
Chaz DeFranco has made a new song and now it has been remixed with help from Maryland rapper Jon Doe and together, they do things in a modern manner that may not be liked by someone but too bad, you’re not them and they’re not you. Take it if you must and turn it into your anthem.
Woodes X Elkkle’s “Flash Mob” is the latest effort from the duo, who decided to direct the video for it as well. The song will be on their forthcoming EP due out before the end of the month, so now you are prepared for their sonic feast.
If you are familiar with drummer Jade Devitt, you may know about the bands he had played with in the last 25 years. He has stepped away from the drums for a bit and has become the vocalist and guitarist for Gale Forces, and who is on the drums? Old friend Eric Akre, known for his work with such bands as Diddly Squat, Christ On A Crutch, Hammerbox, and on and on and on and on. Handling bass duties is Robbie C. Williamson and while I would welcome an album or EP, Jade is taking things slowly and surely, for his last single was released last year in April. 16 months later, a new song is being presented in the form of “Red Flags”, which will hopefully make listeners say “we want more, it doesn’t matter how long it takes. Just do it semi-frequently.”
The Who guitarist Pete Townshend once said “this is where it all ends” at the end of his performance at Monterey Pop in 1967. Swedish band Black Temple are about to release new album called It All Ends (Century Media) but it’s a way to let you know that with every beginning, there will eventually be an end and it’s up to you to continue it if you can. They’ve made a video for the song “Unlikely Event” so check out what these Swedes are capable of doing with their brand of crispy and brutal rock/metal. It All Ends will be out on September 4th.
DJ Soko’s debut album Domino Effect was released today but I’m here to let you in to to the virtual listening booth to check it out and listen. Soko is originally from Detroit but now calls Brooklyn home and you may be hearing a lot more from him in the years to come. The album can be ordered below from Amazon in the MP3, LP (vinyl), and CD formats respectively.
Club Kuru’s new single is called “Long Drive”, the single of which features the original plus a small handful of remixes, including the harm remix that you can download for free above, while supplies last. The other remixes of the song include those by Holy Strays and Harry Edwards. If you like the remix but want to know what the original sounds like, check the video for it below.
Kydd Jones released an album titled GR33D (“greed”) and he has just released a new single from it, which he co-produced with Keef and Scott Pace. This one is “Still Spinning” and he is hoping you’ll be spinning around during the listening process. Make it happen.
Chronicle is the latest album by Lights & Motion, which they released at the beginning of the year. Now they’re sharing a visual representation of one of its songs so if you’ve been living life nicely with “Paper Wings”, check out if it captures your mind’s eye.