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Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Stoney” by Jacob Morris.
ARTIST IN EXILE: Having recently escaped Russia and settling in France, JoobieSeaz release “Close”, another incredible single, and the duo opens up in captivating Q&A about their journey, and the role that art and music has played in it.
Ahead of the late June release of his Songs from a Farmhouse EP, Rust Belt Americana artist Alan Getto has unveiled the single and accompanying music video for “Problems of the World” – a reflective folk tune about the duality of life.
PRIORS come at you with a fierce urgency, an aggressive authenticity, the sounds of a band from another time, on their latest release, Daffodil.
“Within our own humanity there is great heartache and misery but also great joy and comfort. There is nothing more humbling to me than the ferocious beauty we live amongst, including life and death.” Margo Timmins
Top TV score composer David Schwartz (Arrested Development, The Good Place, Northern Exposure++) and noted LA guitarist/singer/songwriter Julian Coryell (Alanis Morissette, Jewel, Leonard Cohen++) release their debut album as Vincent & Theo, Soul Smell June 2. The eponymous song, “Vincent & Theo” premiering here is the new single, out today.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Kursk” by Love Interest.
Hidden gem from the frozen heart of Toronto La Faute releases debut dreamy folk album Blue Girl Nice Day.
Portland, Oregon’s Last Giant are debuting their latest single, “Broken Wires,” off of their fourth full-length album, Monuments. Filled with monstrous guitar riffs, infectious melodies, and connective lyrics, they have honed their artistic vision and created their finest work to date.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Get By” by Tony Holiday.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of Video Premiere: “Running Through Chelsea” by Peter Daltrey.
More than half a lifetime in the making, Laura Fisher’s “Rose-Coloured Dream” is a worldly, distinct journey.
There is an argument that listening to melancholy music can alleviate psychic pain through catharsis. However, others argue that this tactic is dangerous and will only make matters worse. Erik Sanden of the band Buttercup lived this experiment, first-hand. The result is the band’s new single, “Morrissey for Company.”
Since the release of their breakthrough debut LP Lotus Eaters in 2018, Norwegian outfit Outer Limit Lotus have stood as one of the more alluring names on the revived post-punk scene in recent years. Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Dazzling Darkness” by Outer Limit Lotus.
Big Takeover is stoked to host the premiere of “I Wish I Was You” (Twin Tribes remix) by Creux Lies.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “I Always Hold On A Little Too Long” by El Valerie.
As the instruments swirl and trade solos on “I Just a Want House,” a funky millennial nihilist anthem, you can practically hear the growth of a group that’s been pushing itself further and further with every tour and every Belgian-stove fuelled jam session.
L.A.’s Vanity Mirror release retro pop debut PUFF via We Are Busy Bodies.
Big Takeover is excited to host the video premiere from brand new SUPER 8 album HOOPLA – an accomplished psych-pop album full of harmonic hooks & symphonic surprises.
Good news! Big Takeover Issue #92 Spring 2023 with Sloan on the cover has nearly been completed and will be out shortly! But hurry to order—pre-orders and subscriptions are best/crucial! And they are much cheaper than ordering after we have to turn in our mailing list to the printer.
And it’s just in time for the perfect Father’s Day, other holiday, birthday, or other gift, even to yourself: Big Takeover Magazine subscriptions and back issues (like the big enchilada, complete set 1980-2023)! Plus Children’s sizes for our T-Shirts (to go with several Men’s and Women’s sizes) in three colors, as well as our Big Takeover Beer Cozies and (signed if you like) Color 30th Anniversary Festival Posters, or our CDs!
Big Takeover is stoked to host the premiere of Critical Mind Dump EP by Dez Dare.
Stockholm based duo LOW-RES deliver uptempo pop tunes influenced by 90s ambient guitars and analog synthesizers with a slap of addictive Post-Punk earworms that set them apart from their peers.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Daddy’s Head Hurts” by Joe Rian.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of Erie Blues by Dusty Tears.
“The first song I wrote for the record was ‘The Dandy of Suburbia,’ and it had a strong visual appeal, almost film-like, so I felt it could be the beginning of a larger story,” Eddie Japan vocalist and songwriter David Santos tells us. Ultimately, it’s a record about the consequences of one’s choices.”
We are happy to premiere the sixth album from Italian psychedelic and acid rock pillars GIÖBIA, to be released this April 28th on Heavy Psych Sounds.
Austin, TX transgender and nonbinary quartet Transy Warhol streaming their breathtaking forthcoming debut album of hooky, arty punk rock.
Big Takeover is thrilled to host the premiere of “Swing Your Lanterns” by Ivan Julian.
Louise Burns’ fifth album ‘Element’ is a pop haven for introverts.
Toronto’s Brutal Youth release raging new record Rebuilding Year via Stomp Records.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Across My Mind” by Daisy Chain.
Big Takeover is thrilled to host the premiere of “Unconditional Love In HiFi” by Miesha & The Spanks.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of Overnight by Emmecosta.
Nashville indie rock duo VOLK’s new EP Stand the Test (out Apr. 28) delves into bluesy retro-futuristic dance punk, synthwave, new wave, and nostalgia-filled roller rink bangers.
Big Takeover is thrilled to host the premiere of “Gunshot Glitter” by MIIRRORS.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Trailer Song” by Wild Carnation.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Brave New World” by Pete International Airport, founding member of The Dandy Warhols.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Saturn Collides” by Æsthetic Will.
Big Takeover is stoked to host the premiere of dark and bluesy indie-folk hero Reese Van Riper’s latest single “Lights Camera Flames”.
Michigan singer/songwriter Jerome Forde echoes Elliott Smith and Townes Van Zandt on stunning debut single “Marigold”.
The long-awaited new full-length from London alt pop / indie rock outfit Rum Buffalo is a raucous and feverishly beautiful experience.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Dance on the Grave of Bobby Lee” by Bohannons.
The new single from Austin indie rock band The Western Civilization is a dark and beautiful ode to human resilience.
Scott Whiddon’s “I Can’t Remember the Things I Love” echoes a line that American poet Richard Wilbur wrote in 1956: “Love calls us to the things of this world.” Whiddon’s take is that there is a certain strangeness, a weird narrative trick, in making a list of things a character supposedly can’t remember.
With an anthemic chorus that begs for a crowd singalong, “Whatever”, the new track by The Alarm fits perfectly in their oeuvre of earnest and guitar-charged bangers. It’s a return to form for the band, recalling chiming classics like “68 Guns,” “Spirit of ‘76” and “Rescue Me.”
San Francisco noir-rockers The Tunnel reveal the music video for “Shudder,” the title track off their upcoming new album.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “The Mirror” by Solid Lines.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of “Sacred Stains” by The Lungs.
Big Takeover is excited to host the premiere of Motion And Picture by MIIRRORS.