The Oakland band, Sugar Candy Mountain shared their new single, “Crystalline,” from their upcoming album, Do Right, which will be released May 4 on PIAPTK Records.
In the midst of today’s political climate and social rights movements that have sparked across the country, the New York record label, Wharf Cat Records, will be releasing a compilation featuring independent artists, from which the revenue will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), to help with social rights movements. The compilation is set to be released April 20, and will include artists such as The Men, Psychic Blood, Alice Cohen, among others.
Caroline Weinroth has stuck the pageant life with the rock star life, winning and serving as Miss Northern Virginia while leading her band, the Cinema Hearts. The calm, lovey-dovey vocals and lyrics of the D.C. band make you want to pull up at a drive-in with your partner and just slow dance the night away.
Berlin musician, Lotic, released a single, “Hunted,” with the announcement that their first full-length album will be out July 13th on Tri Angle Records. The album is an excavation into uncharted territory featuring vocal work from Lotic for the first time.
The Grammy-nominated and Brit award-wining singer/songwriter, Laura Marling, and Mercury prize-wining producer and founding member of Tunng and Throws, Mike Lindsay, have teamed up and announced their collaborative album, LUMP. The album will be released on June 1, via Dead Oceans.