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LA-based electronic pop noir duo LUCKYandLOVE releases a spacey, ’80s-referencing number/video from its upcoming debut album.
The Fireworks, including new singer Beth Arzy (Trembling Blue Stars, The Luxembourg Signal), releases an engaging indie pop single and video.
London-based symphonic and cinematic pop duo Three Laws reveals its captivating first single off of upcoming debut album.
Founding member of NYC punk band Lunachicks, Gina Volpe goes solo with her debut EP and wild new video for the title track.
Marty Casey (Lovehammers, Rock Star: INXS TV show) continues his path to fame with a fun, music legends-referencing video for a track off his next LP.
British retro-Americana rockers Cowbell deliver a shakin’ garage rock number (yes, with a bit of cowbell!) from its upcoming album.
London-living indie rock band Divisionists drops a new animated video for its latest gently sprawling, wistful single.
Swiss experimental pop duo Tim & Puma Mimi, who had 2 of their songs appear in Ghost In The Shell, rides by with a fun video for “Oh My Bike.”
Veteran musician Kim Rancourt releases a solo, yet collaborative album featuring producer Don Fleming, Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth), Gary Lucas (Captain Beefheart), and Joe Bouchard (Blue Oyster Cult).
Italian musical trio Neil, led by Neil Lucchetta, delivers a performance video for the stirring lead single off its upcoming EP.
Canadian post-punk/darkwave band Ultrviolence. led by Nate Jespersen, slices off another riveting cut from its upcoming Forty Knives EP.
LiftMaster Presents Battle of the Garage Bands is a nationwide search for unsigned musical artists. Bands upload a video of an original song and fans vote for their favorite. The two top vote-getting bands will fly to Chicago to compete in front of a live concert audience to win a prize package worth approximately $40,000+. Judging the final Battle of the Garage Bands will be singer/songwriter Dee Snider, producer Johnny K, and Chicago icon Chip Z’Nuff.
Crooner and wordsmith Paul Bergmann offers a cornerstone song (with input from producer Brendan Elder) from his latest album.
The alternative rock/grunge pop band Skating Polly drops New Trick EP (co-written and more by Nina Gordon and Louise Post of Veruca Salt) today via El Camino Media.
Singer-songwriter, musician, and producer Chris Price returns with the up-tempo title track off his second solo album.
The renowned 1980s rock ‘n’ roll band returns over 30 years later with an album that honors a departed member and celebrates its musical spirit.
Psych-rock/prog-pop quintet Lemon Sky drops a sonically and visually trippy new video for its cover of a classic by the Beatles.
LA-based psychedelic rock ‘n’ roll band The Fuzzy Crystals drops a luminous dream-pop single from upcoming Crystal Magic album.
Veteran psychedelic singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Anton Barbeau materializes with a video for a track off his latest album Magic Act.
Seminal shoegaze/Beautiful Noise band Alison’s Halo gets reissued by Manufactured Recordings and unveils a new video for classic track “Dozen.”
Alabama-based rock ‘n’ roll band Cavalen drops a story-telling and performance-oriented video for its new fiery track.
Members of R.E.M., Wilco, Yo La Tengo, and many more celebrate renowned and influential band Big Star with an album and live concert film.
American psychedelic rock/folk/Americana stalwarts The Stevenson Ranch Davidians bow a new video from their upcoming album.
The frontman for electro-punk act Mindless Self Indulgence (and soon as Half-Nut in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) goes solo with movie/video game compostions.
The legendary Sid Vicious and the band The Idols close out Max’s Kansas City: 1976 & Beyond retrospective comp with a rough and raw live version of “Take A Chance.”
Sarah Shook of North Carolina’s country/punk band Sarah Shook and the Disarmers details her Top 5 Musical Influences.
Brooklyn (by way of the Jersey shore) duo Sharkmuffin unleashes a raw and searing, The X-Files-themed rock track off upcoming album.
Canadian-American folk-pop duo The Royal Oui drops a catchy, upbeat electro-inflected single from its upcoming second album.
Long-time hit songwriter Bruce Sudano (husband of the late Donna Summer) unveils a poignant video for a song off his upcoming album.
Experimental multi-media artist extraordinaire Rachel Mason teams up with electronic/theremin musician The Use on a moody new single.
Danish post-punk/darkwave band The Foreign Resort dives into a shoegaze-driven number from the Alternative (F)Acts compilation album that benefits #RESIST causes.
John Andrew Fredrick of the indie rock band the black watch unveils the restless and gritty closing track off its upcoming (15!) album.
1980/90s melodic power pop mavericks The Sneetches gets its first retrospective album that includes five previously unissued tracks.
Nashville-based roots rockers The Blackfoot Gypsies serve up hearty rock ‘n’ roll on an energetic single off their upcoming album.
The New Zealand band releases an indie rock single and video with powerful sonics and socially relevant lyrics.
The Gothic Americana / punk / rock ‘n’ roll wild bunch drops a culturally-relevant grimy grinder from its upcoming debut album.
Portland, Oregon-based rock ‘n’ roll band Last Giant drops a performance-oriented video for a track off its recent album.
Italy’s shoegaze-influenced Clustersun unveils a performance video for its post-punk/noise rock lead single off its upcoming album.
Swiss avant-pop duo JPTR, who only use meticulously crafted drums and vocals, drops a vibrantly rhythmic single from its upcoming album.
The Brooklyn-based dream-pop duo drops an exclusive live-in-studio performance of a compelling and dreamy track from its upcoming LP.
Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Duncan releases a warmly uplifting folk pop album that touches the heart, opens the mind, and revives the spirit in these troubled times.
Vee-Jay Records, and the world, celebrate blues/“King of the Boogie” legend John Lee Hooker’s birth year with a compilation of classics.
Danish producer Jonas Munk and Jason Kolb of Auburn Lull bring their ambient, patterned specialities to their new music project.
Prolific creative collaborator and solo artist Micah Gaugh unveils a chill new video for his jazz-imbued tune “Remembering”.
Italy’s Two Hicks One Cityman fuses blues with space rock on the title track off its forthcoming album.
South Texas indie rock band Buttercup releases a reflective, but catchy and harmonious single from its upcoming album.
The Bangles and Dave Davies bassist Derrick Anderson goes solo on a collab album that features input from Matthew Sweet, The Bangles, The Smithereens, The Muffs, The Cowsills, and more.
Indie garage-rock band King Ropes isn’t afraid to get grimy, digging into a gritty single and video from its latest album Dirt.
Dutch cult indie band Bettie Serveert delivers a video for a track off recent album Damaged Good (with limited edition vinyl on Record Store Day).