Camilo Navarro, mas bien conocido como Cienfue, es el estrella panameño creando mezclas musicales únicas.
HÆLOS have shared their newest single, “Boy / Girl,” from their forthcoming sophomore album Any Random Kindness. The album will be out May 10th via Infectious. The London band consists of Lotti Benardout, Arthur Delaney, Dom Goldsmith, and Daniel Vildósola.
The Seattle rockers, Versing shared “Tethered,” from their upcoming album 10000. The album, out May 3, will be the label debut for the band with Hardly Art records.
With their latest album set for release on April 5th, Priests have released a new single, “Good Time Charlie,” ahead of their upcoming album The Seduction of Kansas. This latest track is was inspired by Charlie Wilson.
Mdou Moctar, the Nigerian virtuoso, has released another track from his upcoming album, Ilana (The Creator). The new track, “Wiwasharnine,” is one of the album’s standouts and one of the more popular tracks from the album in Niger. The album will be out March 29th via Sahel Records.
Louise Lemón announced her debut album and accompanied the announcement with the release of the single, “Not Enough.” Her album, A Broken Heart is an Open Heart, will be out March 15th via Icons Creating Evil Art.
Cienfue, también conocido como Camilo Navarro Quelquejeu, ha estrenado su debute en Ingles, “Life in the Tropics.” El sencillo viene su nuevo album, y su primero que sera en Ingles. El sonido único y original de Cienfue muestra una mezcla eléctrica de genero y crea una sensación autentica de tropical psicodélico.
The iconic Colombian band, Aterciopelados, were nominated for Best Latin Rock, Urban, or Alternative Album for Claroscura. The band will be in attendance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards this Sunday, now having been nominated for the fourth time.
Cienfue, aka Camilo Navarro Quelquejeu, has released his English language debut, “Life in the Tropics.” The track comes from his upcoming album which will be his first ever in English. Cienfue’s unique sounds shows an eclectic blend of genre that create a true psychedelic tropical sensation.
The UK psychedelic band, the Flamingods, have announced their latest album Levitation will be out via Moshi Moshi. The album announcement comes along with a video single for the track, “Marigold,” which follows the Flamingods taking a road trip to Nizwa, Oman.
Emma Ruth Rundle has announced tour dates with Thou, and MONO, starting tomorrow. But along with the tour dates, Rundle has also released the documentary she made on her 2017 album On Dark Horses which came out on Sargent House.
CHAI, the Japanese four piece, released the latest track from their forthcoming album, PUNK which will be out March 15th on Burger Records. The video for the newest track, Choose Go!” was directed by Team Makensei, a Japan based creative collaborative.
Foxygen, the band of Sam France and Jonathon Rado, released “Livin’ a Lie,” their newest track to announce their new album: Seeing Other People. The album will be out April 26th via Jagjaguwar Records. The album takes the band in a new direction being entirely written and produced by the band in Sonora Recorders in Los Feliz, CA.
Blaenavon have released the video for the track, “Catatonic Skinbag,” which they released earlier this year and will be on their forthcoming album, Everything That Makes You Happy via Canvasback Music.
You can now listen to Homeshake’s “Another Thing,” the latest and last track from his upcoming album Helium, which will be out February 15th via Sinderlyn. Homeshake, the project of Montreal based Peter Sagar, will follow the release of his album and embark on a world tour.
The Seattle band, La Fille, released the track “I’m Movin’ On” from their forthcoming album, Alright Already via Line of Best Fit. The album was produced by Michael Benjamin Lerner of Telekinesis on Merge Records.
Light the Fire released their third album, Compassion in Unlikely Places, last Friday via Standby Records. The latest album is the first with Seth Davis as the lead vocalist and featuring guitarist and back up vocalist, Trey Hawkins.
Sebastian Sotomayor, mas bien conocido como (ma llamo) Sebastian, es el artista queer chileno que acaba de terminar gira en los EE.UU. Pero Sebastian y su música superan los prejuicios. En una entrevista exclusiva, Sebastian platica sobre su vida y el inicio de su carrera, su adoración para Pokemon, las acusaciones de acoso sexual contra el ex guitarrista de su banda, y mucho mas.
Allison, una de las bandas más exitosas de Latinoamérica, ha anunciado una gira en los EE.UU. por su álbum más reciente, Todo Está Encendido, que estreno en su propio sello musical, Nítido Records. La gira comenzará en San Francisco, CA en Longboard Margarita Bar.
Allison, one of the most successful Latin-American bands, have announced a tour in the U.S. for the latest album Todo Está Encendido, which came out under their own label Nítido Records. The tour will commence in San Francisco, CA at the Longboard Margarita Bar.
Jackie Mendoza has signed to Luminelle Recordings and has released “De Lejos,” a hot new track that sways between electro-pop and classic Mexican ballads. Just as Mendoza grew near the border between San Diego and Tijuana, her music confronts both cultures by switching between English and Spanish.
Today marks the release of Tim Heidecker’s Another Year in Hell: Collected Songs from 2018 EP out via Jagjaguwar Records. This is a follow up to Heidecker’s 2016 EP, Too Dumb For Suicide: Tim Heidecker’s Trump Songs. His subtle yet sharp satire pushes forward the soft melodies.
The Japanese four-piece, CHAI, announced that they are back with their sophomore album, PUNK. The album will be out March 15th via Burger Records. CHAI have also released the lead single, “Fashionista.”
Claude Fontaine is the newest artist in the Innovative Leisure lineup. Her music is a unique mixture of steamy vocals following along to musical sounds reminiscent of reggae from the 1970’s.
The post-punk band from Phoenix, AZ, Nanami Ozone are back with a new album, NO, out March 15th via Tiny Engines. The band has also released the first single from the album, “The Art of Sleeping In.”
HÆLOS have announced their sophomore album, Any Random Kindness, will be out May 10th via Infectious. Accompanying the album release date, the band has also released a new track from the album, “Kyoto,” and its video.
Now in their 8th year together, Priests are back with a new album, The Seduction of Kansas. The album will be out on their own label, Sister Polygon Records (who had a great 2018 helping kickstart the careers of artists such as Snail Mail) on April 5th. The eponymous track is out now with an accompanying video that shows the eclectic energy that has made Priests so popular.
El ícono de la salsa Rubén Blades y los Latinx psych rockeros Making Movies se están juntando y han estrenado la primera canción, “No Te Calles,” de su próximo album colaborativo cual se espera en Mayo. El album esta siendo producido por Steve Berlin de Los Lobos y también sera con colaboraciones con Los Lobos, Flor de Toloache, y Las Cafeteras.
Salsa icon Rubén Blades and Latinx psych rockers Making Movies are teaming up and have released the first track, “No Te Calles,” from their upcoming collaborative album due May. The album is being produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos and will also being in collaboration with Los Lobos, Flor de Toloache, and Las Cafeteras.
LA based artist Jonny Kosmo has released a new song, “Strawberry Vision,” a mellow calming track that’s perfect chilling out. The song features KC Rabbit of Guerilla Toss. The track is off Kosmos’ upcoming self-titled and self-released album.
This Friday the Chicago duo known as Ohmme, consisting of Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart are releasing a 7″ with a new original track, “At Night,” b/w a cover of the B-52’s “Give Me Back My Man,” out via Joyful Noise.
Lady Lamb is back with her first album in over three years. Her next, Even in the Tremor, will be out April 5th via Ba Da Bing Records. She also released the eponymous track with an accompanying video directed by Erica Peplin outside of Mexico City.
Blaenavon released a new track, “Catatonic Skinbag,” from their forthcoming album Everything That Makes You Happy. The album will be out via Canvasback Music and was produced by Catherine Marks who’s worked with Foals, St. Vincent, and Wolf Alice.
Durand Jones & the Indications are back with their sophomore album, American Love Call, which will be out March 1st via Dead Oceans / Colemine Records. Now they have released “Morning in America.”
Ty Segall & the Freedom Band (Mikal Cronin, Charles Moothart, Emmett Kelly, and Ben Boye) are back after the epic album, Freedom’s Goblin. Recorded during a tour that blasted Ty Segall’s catalog, they have announced that Deforming Lobes, will be out March 29th via Drag City.
Turning Jewels Into Water is a new electronic duo group consisting of Indian-born drummer/producer Ravish Momin along with Haitian electronic percussionist Val Jeanty. Their album, Map of Absences, will be out March 15th via FPE Records. The album date announcement also comes along with the release of the lead single, “Dark waters rushing in,” and its video.
The New Zealand band Tiny Ruins has shared the video for “Holograms,” one of the tracks off their upcoming album Olympic Girls which will be out February 1st via Ba Da Bing Records. Tiny Ruins consists of Hollie Fullbrook, Cass Basil, Alex Freer, and Tom Healy.
Following the release of his last album Indigo, Wild Nothing or the project of Jack Tatum, has released a standalone single, “Blue Wings.” Wild Nothing has tour dates in the UK, Europe, and Asia starting in February.
Cass McCombs has released a new single, “The Great Pixley Train Robbery,” from his new album Tip of the Sphere, coming out February 8th on ANTI-. The latest track feature’s McCombs storytelling ability now just through its lyrics but also through the video both of which focus around a newspaper article from the 1800’s he found about a train robbery.
SPELLING is the project of the Bay Area’s Chrystia Cabral’s and she’s back with a new single, “Under the Sun.” The track comes from SPELLING’s forthcoming album, Mazy Fly, out February 22nd via Sacred Bones.
Mdou Moctar comes from the a small village in Niger, and with him, he brings some of the most innovative sounds through his music. His upcoming album, Ilana (The Creator), is his first recorded in a real studio and will be out March 29th on Sahel Records. Moctar also released the first track, “Kamane Tarhanin.”
Mac DeMarco has announced new tour dates that will take him to some of the more renown venues across North America and will soon be giving more details about his upcoming album. The forthcoming album will be the first of Mac’s Record Label.
The Los Angeles based punk trio Flat Worms are back with their third ever release, Into the Iris. The EP will be out February 8th via GOD? Records and was recorded by Ty Segall in his home. Flat Worms consists of Tim Hellman of Thee Oh Sees, Justin Sullivan of Night Shop, and Will Ivy of Dream Boys.
Shana Cleveland, the singer and guitarist from La Luz, has announced that her first solo album Night of the Worm Moon will be out April 5th via Hardly Art records. Cleveland has also released the lead track, “Face of the Sun.”
Eerie Wanda is the project of Marina Tadic, and she is back with her sophomore album Pet Town, out January 25th via Joyful Noise. The title track is also out now with a video which was filmed over the holidays in Indianapolis, IN at the Nine Lives Cat Cafe.
As a follow-up to the lead single, “Daddi,” Cherry Glazerr have released “Wasted Nun,” another single from their forthcoming album Stuffed & Ready. The latest song comes with a vivid and hellish video featuring the band’s Clementine Creevy dressed as a nun and featuring a bit of gore.
Tim Kinsella and Jenny Pulse have teamed up to make Good Fuck. With their self-titled debut LP set for release on February 22nd via Joyful Noise, the duo will also embark on their first tour dates ever in support of El Ten Eleven.
The electro/pop duo Liz Wendelbo and Sean McBride otherwise known as Xeno & Oaklander, have announced that their new album Hypnos, will be out March 8th. They also released the first track from the album, “Angélique.”
Buke and Tase have shared the title track of their upcoming album, Scholars, which will be out January 18th on Brassland. This is the triumphant return of the New York duo being their first album in almost six years.
Western-Australian musician, Stella Donnelly has announced that her debut album, Beware of the Dogs, will be out March 8th via Secretly Canadian and will follow the album release with a string of North American dates before continuing the tour in Europe.