Newcastle rocker, Demi Mitchell released her debut album, The Overflow. The album was recorded on a solo trip to Melbourne to work with Roger Bergodaz at Union St Studio Melbourne in three days.
“Having this identity—radical indigenous queer feminist—keeps me going. My music and my identity come from the same foundation of being a Native woman,” said Katherine Paul, otherwise known as Black Belt Eagle Scout.
Sarah Tudzin, or illuminati hotties, released one of the most tender debut albums of 2018 so far, Kiss Yr Frenemies. The album is track to track, nonstop, contrasting punk riffs and gentle warm vocals.
Matt Muse’s debut album, Nappy Talk, will be out this Friday. Ahead of the release of his debut album, the young up-and-coming rapper shared the final single from the album, “Negrosaiyan.”
Weller has released a self-titled, debut album; the project which consists of Harrison Nantz, Evan Clark Moorehead and Jeremy Berkin, began when dantz moved to Philadelphia upon graduating from college and befriended Moorehead Berkin. That was the beginning of Wellers and their sound, influenced by bands such as Death Cab for Cutie, Counting Crows, and Radiator Hospital.
The L.A. band, Smokescreens released a new music video with their debut album out July 13th. The video is for the single, “Waiting For Summer,” off their debut album Used to Yesterday out on Slumberland Records. The video features the band with the cloudy backdrop of a gloomy L.A. day.
The singer-songwriters from Chicago have announced the release of their debut album Parts out August 24 via Joyful Noise Recordings, along with the video for their single “Icon” and the dates for their North American tour.