Singer Donn T. woll be releasing her Gramophonica EP in a few weeks and she has made a video for it to get the word out about it. “Midnight” was directed by Eternal Polk, and the song is a very nice ballad that deserves to get a lot of airplay, as it sounds very different from most of the music on the radio these days.
Severance (Century Media) is the 2013 album where “Distance” is from, and the band who created the music are called Heart Of A Coward. You don’t have to fear it to listen, just press play and end up playing with power, like Nintendo or something.
Tomorrows Tulips just released a new album called When so for fans of garage-y pop kindness, have a look at a video that seems to go quick and easy, but it’s a pleasant quick and easy. You can order the When album directly from Burger Records in all good and trendy formats, or below via Amazon.
The Regiment got together with Random to make a full-on blast of hip-hop in the form of “Kung Fu Treachery”, which may make some people say “are you the master of kung fey?” If so, you’re going to love this video for it, their first single from the EP A Gamer’s Anthem due out next week (October 28th).
It’s a song that may merge the modernity of brand name worship and the man who created hip-hop, but it may also be something completely different. You’ll have to find out in “Ciroc Shot Kool Herc” by Ancient Mith, taken from his latest album And The Dead Shall Lie There, which you can check out below via Bandcamp.
At War With Reality (Century Media) may sound like the perfect phrase for today’s news headlines. In this case, it’s the title of a new album by At The Gates, and “Death And The Labyrinth” is the first visual dose from it, hopefully not the last. The album will be released on October 28th.
Lust, envy, and green are the topics discussed in a song by Aaron Cohen called “L.E.G.”, which has been turned into a visual feast. It’s one of a batch of new songs from his latest EP You Wouldn’t Know, available as a freebie.
Drag City will be releasing the new album by Eiko Ishibashi on November 18th, and this version will be interesting. The Japanese pop singer will be heard singing her songs on Car And Freezer in both English and Japanese, meaning you’ll get both versions of the album in one. The album will be available for pre-order on October 21st (next week Tuesday) through DragCity.com.
You miss a good club jam, or have you asked yourself “how come all of the club jams out now sound like dookie?” When Kosha Dillz released his Awkward in a Good Way (my review of which can be read by clicking here, I really liked the song “in Da Club” because I felt I understood what he was doing. He has taken the song one step further by turning into a video with help from director Ed Jansen, and now more people can experience his club experience.
The Great Execution (Century Media) is what Krisiun are promoting as their new album and if you had heard about it on another website, blog, or maybe you caught a reference to it in a magazine, now you’re about to hear what the album is about. Check out “Blood Of Lions” and see if you can get more dangerous with it.