CHAI Share New Song and Video Month Ahead of New Album

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.

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Foxygen Announce New Album

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.

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Homeshake Shares Final Single Before Album and World Tour

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.

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Light the Fire Debuts Video with New Album Release

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.

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Pokemon, Fama, y Siendo Queer: Una Entrevista con (me llamo) Sebastian

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.

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