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Chicago-based singer/songwriter Thomas Comerford unveils an animated video for a poignant narrative track about his late mother.
SKiN GRAFT Records releases a wild and exciting double-shot digital single and comic set from Japanese cult faves Melt-Banana and Space Streakings.
The San Francisco-located outfit also exclusively run through a Track-By-Track of the LP’s dynamic, melodic, and mesmerizing tunes.
Manchester-based DIY collective Caulbearers release a calm and heartfelt effort that is a celebration of modern urban existence.
The pair from legendary band Dead Can Dance offer up intriguing sounds and moods on their new single ahead of an album drop in May
Chicago-based rock instrumental act OUTRONAUT launch a socially relevant video for a dynamic and gritty psych-surf/garage rocker.
Folk/rock singer-songwriter Matt Tarka unveils a socio-politically relevant number in a run of singles he’s releasing this year.
Texas/Ohio-based lo-fi rock duo El No (Nate Farley (Guided By Voices, The Breeders) and Craig Nichols (Bellringer, Shesus)) drop their vivid and passionate LP.
L.A. punk band Crisis Actor releases the blistering single “Feed Me Drugs” from their forthcoming album False Flag.
Tucson, AZ-based noisy shoegaze band Mute Swan are flying high with a new album and atmospheric storytelling music video.
Exclusive to Big Takeover, lead vocalist/guitarist Frank Meyer of renowned veteran LA-based punk rock ‘n’ roll band The Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs unveils a heartfelt and tuneful acoustic rendition of a track off their new album.
Bay Area alternative music outfit KnightressM1 recently released their debut album and now unveils a stormy live performance video.
NYC-based indie rock band Camera2 (led by Andy Chase of Ivy) unveils an insidiously sinister storytelling video for a restless fever-dream track.
Punk rock outfit Infamous Stiffs and a troupe of famed guest musicians appear in a circus-themed video for a raucously rollicking track.
Acclaimed Belgian heavy shoegaze band Slow Crush have reissued their compelling debut album via Quiet Panic and give exclusive interview.
Ohioan punk rock/noise pop band A.M. Nice unleash energetic and urgent 2-song single, with an accompanying video for one of the tracks.
Ethnic metal/rock outfit Storm Seeker launches a stirring performance music video for rousing and tuneful track from their upcoming LP.
NYC-based rock/punk/funk fusion outfit Dope Sagittarius drops an alluring video for a smooth alt-pop/jazz tune packed with renowned guest artists.
Seattle-based dark psychedelic pop/rock band The Purrs unleash a trippy sci-fi movie video for a track off their upcoming live LP.
Long Island, NY-based indie rock/pop band Gamblers unveil an engagingly laid-back in-studio performance video for a track off their recent LP.
Denver-based basement-core rock band American Culture deliver a gritty and DIY album via HHBTM Records (with Track-By-Track rundown).
West Virginian hard-hitting pop-punk band pick up the pieces during a horrific year on their raw and dynamic new EP.
South Carolina-based indie rock band Lovely World unveil a poignant storytelling music video for a heartfelt song about relationships.
Musician and producer Lorenzo Wolff enlists the talents of various singers to reimagine the vivid songs of late singer-songwriter Judee Sill.
Hailing from the British port town of Bristol, indie/baroque pop outfit Modesty Blaise have revealed the video for their new single.
To mark International Women’s Day on The After Eight Show, a number of women in the Music Industry were invited them to record their thoughts.
Indie rock band Gaadge started out as a bedroom project from Mitch DeLong, but is now a full band with an album on the way via Crafted Sounds.
Renowned New Zealand indie pop band The Chills return with an engaging live performance video for a track off their upcoming album.
London-based multi-continental post-rock band Mount Forel deliver a vibrant and dynamic live performance video for a track off their upcoming LP.
Ohioan multi-instrumentalist Brain Baker unleashes a lo-fi, but melodic and dynamic synths- and guitars-driven rock/punk LP.
Swedish musician Catharina Jaunviksna, under the moniker of Bandlands, lovingly pays tribute to her late mother on a nostalgic video.
New York City trio OPTO S recorded two concerts in early 2020 that will be released in April via ESP-Disk preceded by this single/video.
Singer-songwriter Sarah Krueger unveils a nostalgic video filled with vintage and modern images for a gently yearning Americana track.
The hard-hitting socio-politically relevant outfit’s song is a resonant and timely rally against the powers-that-be and the remix adds a layer of darkness.
Mystical folk-rock outfit Manntra have announced they will release their new album Monster Mind Consuming via German label NoCut Entertainment.
Los Angeles-located Americana artist Sunny War unveils a lyrically powerful and culturally relevant single from her upcoming album.
Portland, OR indie rock/power pop band Sunday State drop a brisk and anthemic number from their upcoming LP recorded with Ken Stringfellow.
Hard/alt-rock outfit Nineteen Thirteen (members of Mouth of the Architect, Twelve Tribes, Neon Warship) mine history for harrowing narratives on life, war, and death.
New alt-rock band The Gama Sennin (members from Oingo Boingo, Daft Punk, QOTSA, Burning Brides, more) unleash a gritty and powerful debut tune.
Brazilian alternative heavy rock band Pentral unleash a foreboding and socio-politically relevant music video for a track off their upcoming LP.
The pair, who have worked together for Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares, will release a new album in May, preceded by Maxell’s solo LP in March.
California-based indie pop outfit The Orange Peels reveal a poignant and sweeping symphonic pop number from their upcoming double LP.
Singer-songwriter A. Sinclair drops an engaging jangle popper with enigmatic lyrics from his upcoming 3rd album via Mr. Pink Records.
Michigan-located musician Scott Robert Allen (Red Shirt Brigade, Thunderbirds Are Now!) returns with an experimental solo, yet collaborative LP.
Canadian singer-songwriter Marlaena Moore braves wintry climes in a cool (literally and figuratively) music video for an emotionally fraught track.
LA-based indie psych-/stoner rock outfit Tombstones In Their Eyes unveil a new video for a track of their jam-packed compilation double LP.
The new album follows up a record in 2016 and includes neo-classical torch songs and ballads scored for piano and two violins.
Renowned singer/songwriter Elizabeth McCullough (founder of outfit Alpha Cat) reissues a formative LP that now contains two more tracks.