If there was anything that could have brought me back from the dead at this point, it was this gift from Shame. As you count your blessings this holiday season, make sure to leave a spot for the South London band’s cover of “Feliz Navidad.” Continue reading “Shame Revive Christmas with ‘Feliz Navidad’ Cover”
After putting out a chart-topping self-titled album nearly four years ago, Hozier has officially announced his return and first new music since 2016’s “Better Love.”
The announcement came via e-mail with a hand-written letter from Hozier stating that a new EP titled “Nina Cried Power” will be coming Sept. 6. The letter reads in full:
“Thrilled to announce my new EP ‘Nina Cried Power’ will be released on Sept. 6th. Can’t wait to share these songs with you.
Many thanks and much love,
Continue reading “Hozier Annouces Return with New EP ‘Nina Cried Power’”
When I first heard “Do It Again” back in late May, I immediately felt that No Rome had found his home at Dirty Hit Records. He was already good on his own, but with the support and direction at Dirty Hit, he has reached his peak element. Continue reading “No Rome Releases ‘Do It Again’ Music Video Ahead of Debut EP RIP Indo Hisashi”
Despite being named part of DIY Magazine’s “Class of 2018”, King Nun have been silent on releases throughout the majority of the year. But in a fortuitous turn of events, the four Londoners emerged on this otherwise unlucky Friday the 13th to heal our misfortunes with a bit of “Chinese Medicine.” Continue reading “King Nun Announce Debut EP With ‘Chinese Medicine’”
Olivver The Kid (real name Bryan Sammis) released the lead single off his upcoming EP Ego Surfin’ on Friday and it has sparked quite the response. Continue reading “‘Overreacting’ | Olivver The Kid’s Newest Release Triggers ‘Overreaction’ From The Neighbourhood’s Jesse Rutherford”
Well darlings, the much anticipated June 1 has come and gone without a new album from The 1975. To be honest, I felt it was a reach to assume the first signs of life from the Manchester quartet would be as daring as an entire album — but that doesn’t mean they didn’t make a bold comeback.
Continue reading “The 1975’s ‘Give Yourself A Try’ Introduces the Music For Cars Era”
In late 2016, Bryan Sammis announced he would be putting his solo project Olivver the Kid (also stylized ØV) to rest “maybe forever. maybe for a long time. maybe a short time.” Now, a short (or long) year later, ØV has returned with new single “Bitter.” Continue reading “Olivver the Kid Makes a ‘Bitter’ Comeback”
New music Fridays holds a surprise in store for The 1975 fans. The band has released an unexpected live album to fill the void of the delayed release of new music originally planned for 2017. Continue reading “The 1975’s DH00278 Revealed To Be Live Album”
Pale Waves just wrapped their first U.S. headline tour spanning 21 cities, and had a secret to share with fans who came out to support them. At their Dec. 2 Los Angeles gig, lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie introduced their song “My Obsession” saying it would be their next single.
Continue reading “Pale Waves Announce ‘My Obsession’ As Next Single”
Back in late April, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy told Zane Lowe their upcoming third album would be the final, saying, “We were always gonna do a trilogy of records. I’m not saying that after this album it’s the end of The 1975, but it’s the end of an era.” Continue reading “‘What A Shame’ | The 1975 Reveal ‘Music For Cars’ Isn’t All That’s Left”