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Canadian punk icon Art Bergmann releases his latest album ShadowWalk on Sept. 29. In part a tribute to his late wife, the songs also share hard-earned wisdom and hope.
Rose Gerber is an intrepid American roots explorer, incorporating country, folk, rock, alt-rock, and alt-country into a seamless signature aesthetic. As a writer she’s both sensitive and sassy, equally gifted penning Heartland rock n’ roll and heartbreaking balladry. Big Takeover is pleased to host the premiere of “Back To Living”.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Hawk’s Nest” by Abilene.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Modern Living” by Four Star Riot.
“All the richest people kept getting richer and capitalizing on the plague that was going on. I personally believe there should be no billionaires, and that money makes us all do awful things. I wanted to speak about standing up to it and being strong, badass, and hot enough to do what I want. And that we collectively are powerful enough to change our future.” Big Takeover is pleased to host the premiere of Couch Slime IV by Flesh Produce.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Mexico” by Blue Vervain.
“We’re proud of this album,” declare Paper Tigers. “With each release, we pushed ourselves both in terms of songwriting and production and this was the culmination of everything we learned about both.”
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of The Winds by Arms & Armour.
Portland duo Phosphene’s new record Transmute is a decisively excellent collection of fuzzy, dreamy indie pop songs.
“Zephyr is the most similar to my previous releases, dreamy and folky. It’s about when life takes a pause for you, and you realize that not only you need the rest, but it’s perhaps time to stop and reflect on all the changes, good and bad, that maybe you hadn’t noticed.” – Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Zephyr” by JJ Slater.
Big Takeover is stoked to host the premiere of Lines by Soft Science. Ross Levine and Katie Haley took some time to offer a few lyrical, musical, or interesting insights about each of the songs.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “You Do You”, the second single by Last Man Back, the new project from Alan O’Keeffe.
Bark is a drum set, a Fender 6-string bass, two voices and more hooks than Bill Dance keeps in his tackle box. Loud is their new album. Bark comprises the collaborative duo of Susan Bauer Lee (drums and vocals) and Tim Lee (Fender VI bass and vocals) based in Water Valley, Mississippi.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “South Locust” by Swallow the Rat.
“A Million Miles” is the first song released from Broken, the latest release from Benjamin Jayne, a project that is sustained by Benjamin Wright out of Brattleboro, Vermont.
Big Takeover is sxcited to host the premiere of “Remember When” by Elliott Fullam.
UK Folk artist Poggy is back with her take on a Simon & Garfunkel classic.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Immaterial” by Supergloom.
Nina de Vitry’s debut album, What You Feel Is Real, dances gracefully between elements of Americana, soul, and jazz. She has created a collection of songs that can make you cry, sing, and dance, all while encouraging you to consider your heart’s true desires.
My Violence is the nom de plume of Viennese chanteuse Silvia Ryder, formerly half of dreampop duo Sugarplum Fairies. Ryder recently announced the project’s forthcoming self-titled debut LP and now, she shares the record’s second single, “20,000 Dashboard Angels.”
“Good Love” is a powerful rock ‘n’ roll ode to love and empowerment that delves into the story of a girl who seemingly had it all.
In celebration of the arrival of his debut solo EP, Malick Koly unveils a music video for the project’s title track and final single, “Feel Bad Fest,” which he describes as a form of resolve to a recurring nightmare he used to have as a child.
Big Takeover is stoked to host the premiere of “Troubleland” by John P. Strohm (Blake Babies).
Cinematic indie rock band Beekeeper Spaceman’s self-titled debut LP (out Nov. 3) evokes a never-ending collision between bucolic bygones and the urban present.
R. RING return with a new video for “Cartoon Heart / Build Me a Question” off their latest LP, War Poems, We Rested (Don Giovanni).
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “No Hesitation Wounds” by Andrew Adkins.
Caicos’ brand new single with lojii, “Subsequent Footprint,” explores how learning things that you never knew about yourself can compel life-altering changes that will ultimately leave you at more peace than you were before.
In “My Nature,” Singer Mali anticipates the devastating impact of natural disasters, such as the Canadian wildfires and the subsequent record-breaking temperatures that have now become a harsh reality.
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Ben Vaughn is releasing a new five-song EP titled Interpretations. And as the name suggests, this collection consists entirely of covers. Interpretations will be available for both digital download and streaming.
Chicagoland indie rocker Dolph Chaney presents the video for “Mr. Eli,” the first single from his forthcoming album.
hunter & wolfe has made their mark in the indie rock sphere with their uncanny ability to be at once tender and unquestionably vulnerable while maintaining a blithe sense of self-awareness that prevents their songs from crashing into overly emotional territory.
Durham Indie Roots duo Viv & Riley’s new song, “How to Lose” is a melancholy tinged look at the intensity of young love.
“From a whisper to a wail, Kali Horse’s latest single ‘Long Fever’ is about losing your f**** mind.”
Don Ryan is a singer/songwriter whose compositions are delectable cocktails of ageless beauty and gritty discord — a hypnotizing blend of classic Americana and gypsy jazz with a more modern, psychedelic-folk sound.
Love Tractor’s song ‘Pretty’ is hypnotically repetitive, endlessly unfolding and developing (like an origami jumbo-jet), yet at journey’s end, ‘Pretty’ seamlessly ends up exactly where it started. The video premiering for the track today encapsulates this mind journey.
The brand new single from dayaway (mem. CLAVVS), “ocean free,” is about bringing your problems to the beach and leaving them on the shore.
SLW cc Watt, a collaboration between Samuel Locke Ward and Mike Matt, are releasing their innovative and compelling new album on July 21st via Kill Rock Stars. Hear it today first, exclusively at Big Takeover.
Dutch singer-songwriter P.J.M. Bond releases Hemingway-inspired three-song EP release to coincide with the author’s birthday on July 21.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Party for One” by Magic Al and Lou Hazel Ft. Amelia Meath.
Enjoy our world premiere of “Colors of Your Brian” on The Big Takeover, where James Sardone will lead you back home.
Feel the weight of Athens’ own Dim Watts on their new single “Open and Carry” out tomorrow (Cleft Music).
Covert Stations reawakens with a love letter to the INXS hit single “Never Tear Us Apart”.
Look no further for your start to summer road trip feel good video from St. Louis musician Beth Bombara for her new track “Moment” taken from her forthcoming August 4 release It All Goes Up (Black Mesa Records).
South African composer and songwriter Ashton Nyte (of The Awakening) returns with “Cinnamon,” the latest single off his forthcoming eighth solo album, described as “an ode to hope in the face of adversity”.
Teen Idle is set to blow out the candles to new single “Birthday Cake,” a cinematic indie rock slow-burner that The Big Takeover is premiering today ahead of its wider release this Friday via H1 Massive.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Waves” by Structure Sounds.
Big Takeover is thrilled to host the premiere of “Emily Strange” by The Make Three.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Running Through The Rain” by Star Collector.
Big Takeover is pleased to host the premiere of “Down On Me” by Mortal Prophets.
Special Friend release their second album Wait Until The Flames Come Rushing In via Skep Wax, Howlin’ Banana & Hidden Bay Records.