The Record Play, a solo project from Joseph Lacy (ex-Transit, The Weeds) is set to release his debut EP this year via Sunday Drive Records. The EP will be self-titled and released both digitally and physically. You can watch him perform two new songs, "Falling Up" and "Looking Glass," in the replies. Pre-order and pressing information to follow.
Jason Butler of letlive. was recently on Shane Told's "Lead Singer Syndrome" podcast. On it, Butler announces that the band's new album will be titled If I'm The Devil. Check it out here, and the info comes at around the 45-minute mark.
Rob Zombie has revealed the title for his upcoming sixth studio album: The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser. The artwork and a teaser of the lead single, "Electric Warlock," can be found the replies. It looks like we’ll be hearing the full song on January 11th.
Two Inch Astronaut will release their third full length album, Personal Life, on February 5th, 2016 via Exploding In Sound Records. You can stream the band's new single, "Good Behavior" in the replies.
1. Good Behavior
2. Sexual Prince of the Universe
3. At Risk Student
5. A Happy Song
6. Personal Life
7. Topper Shutt
8. Andy's Progress Report
9. Good Companion
10. Woodstock '99
Finally, Jeremih's Late Nights: The Album is available on iTunes and Apple Music. The album comes after over two years of delays and several successful singles, and it is terrific. Late Nights features appearances from Future, YG, Migos, Ty Dolla Sign, and more.
It's been four years since Holly Ann released her debut album, Ravens, which was produced by Aaron Marsh (Copeland) but she's finally back. Holly will release her second album, Light & Bloom, on December 15th via Deeper Well Records. Jump to the replies to stream the first offering from the record called "Carry You."
2. Hocus Pocus
4. Lying in the Grass
5. The Burglars
6. Natural Selection
7. Bagels in Kiev
8. On Delay
9. Spilling Guts
10. Summing the Wretch
11. Golden Gal
Tony Visconti recently sat down with Rolling Stone to discuss David Bowie's forthcoming album ★ (pronounced Blackstar) and how they were heavily influenced byKendrick Lamar, that it features James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) and a jazz quartet fronted by Donny McCaslin helped the process. Watch the video for the title track in the replies.
"We were listening to a lot of Kendrick Lamar. We wound up with nothing like that, but we loved the fact Kendrick was so open-minded and he didn’t do a straight-up hip-hop record. He threw everything on there, and that’s exactly what we wanted to do. The goal, in many, many ways, was to avoid rock & roll."
First off, Frank Turner tells me, “let me get it out there that I think pitting records against each other is deeply immoral and like choosing between your children and all that shit.” That said, if he had to rank them, which we forced him to, he’d definitely single out his new album, Positive Songs for Negative People, as his favorite. The album, his sixth, feels more whole, more focused, more meticulously arranged, he says.
Wall of Death have announced that their sophomore album, Loveland, will be released on January 29th via Innovative Leisure. You can stream the title track from the release in the replies via The Fader.
2. For A Lover
3. Mother Tongue
4. How Many Kinds
5. Blow The Clouds
7. All Mighty
8. Little Joe
9. Chainless Man
10. Memory Pt. 1 & Pt. 2
1. "Mark My Words"
2. "I'll Show You"
3. "What Do You Mean?"
5. "Love Yourself"
7. "No Pressure," feat. Big Sean
8. "No Sense," feat. Travi$ Scott
9. "The Feeling," feat. Halsey
10. "Life Is Worth Living"
11. "Where Are Ü Now," feat. Jack Ü
14. "Been You"
15. "Get Used to Me"
16. "We Are," feat. Nas
18. "All in It"
19. "What Do You Mean? (Remix)," feat. Ariana Grande
MIGHTY is a relatively new project from Angelo Fiaretti, a young aspiring musician who dropped out of school at the age of 16 to focus on his craft. After years of hard work and perseverance, he's about to release his debut EP entitled, Bye, Have Nice!, which is set to release on November 6th via songintheair. The release was produced by Dan Gleason (Formerly of All Get Out and now Grouplove) and was lent some helping hands by members of All Get Out, O'Brother and Big Jesus. Jump to the replies to stream a new song called "Fingertip", read up on Angelo's story, and find out where you can catch some of his upcoming shows. After you've done all of that, jump over here to pre-order the EP.
Only took 10 years and two months, but the Bloodhound Gang have officially announced their follow up to 2005's Hefty Fine. Its Called Hard Off and is up for pre-order with a release date sometime in December.
Big news out of the Modern Baseball camp today. The band have released a surprise 6-song EP with Lame-O Records, The Perfect Cast, in advance of their recently recorded third album, releasing in 2016 through Run For Cover Records titled Holy Ghost. You can read a feature with the band, and hear the EP in its entirety, on Spin.
Lukens’ changed schedule over his health concerns resulted in the group switching up their usual recording process, writing songs in the studio and then piecing them together with the whole band, rather than Lukens and Ewald composing together ahead of time.
Death Grips will release a new album titled Bottomless Pit. They have released an announcement video featuring the late actress Karen Black. You can see that in the replies. More info and weirdness to come.
Savages will release their second album, Adore Life, on January 22nd via Matador Records. Hit the replies for the artwork and video for first single "The Answer".
“We've observed our audience all around the world and noticed that something is happening. People want to be pushed to do good, or to be good, or just to feel good. We wanted a very intense video, that felt like banging your head against the wall, focusing on our audience: a portrait of our crowd, an homage to music lovers and the good people who are coming to gigs and shouting their lungs out, or just smiling at the back. We were touched by them every night, and wanted to get their message out there: loud guitar music is still...
Basement have announced their 3rd LP titled "Promise Everything" which will be released through Run For Cover Records early next year. The band has also announced a UK and EU tour with Tigers Jaw and Alex G as support. Check out the dates in the replies.
Mineral Girls are pressing this year's excellent Cozy Body on pink vinyl which you can pre-order here. Also be sure to check out an interview Brett and Mackenzey did with Modern Vinyl about the pressing.