Nettwerk Records and Morgan Page are pleased to celebrate the career-high achievement of his latest single, “Body Work” - a collaboration with Tegan And Sara. Reaching gold in Canada, “Body Work” is both Page and Tegan And Sara’s first gold single worldwide.
“Body Work,” from Page's latest album, In The Air, entered the Top 20 at Canadian Pop Radio and remains on the chart for its ninth consecutive week. At iTunes, “Body Work” spent five weeks on the top 10 “Dance Songs.” The accompanying video was added into heavy rotation at MuchMore, Musiqueplus and MuchMusic, and was consequently featured as the “Recommended Video Of The Week.”
To celebrate, Morgan and Tegan sat down for twitter interview, aka Twitterview to discuss their first gold single at #bodywork.
Old Crow Medicine Show's Ketch Secor and Critter Fuqua recently sat down with NPR's Weekend Editionto discuss the band's upcoming release Carry On, the success of their Gold-certified track "Wagon Wheel," and more. Listen to the interview HERE. Carry On (ATO Records) is in stores on July 17th.
"Hyslop's sound is a hushed and crystalline Americana folk wrapped in pillowy clouds" – Vancouver Sun
"Hyslop is an instantly likeable singer-songwriter with a gift for intimacy
and almost ghostly mood-making" – Straight
This week, Vancouver-based Joshua Hyslopreleases the physical version of Where The Mountain Meets The Valley via Nettwerk Records (available digitally since May) that includes several bonus tracks. To celebrate the arrival on shelves, Hyslop shares the video for bonus track, "Cold Wind" (see above).
To Listen To "Where The Mountain Meets The Valley" Click Below:
Directed by Michael Rodriguez, the visual juxtaposition to film the pastoral backdrop in black and white perfecly compliments the measured yet organic feel of Hyslop's musical styling.
The physical edition includes three bonus tracks - "Cold Wind," "What Have I Done (feat. Salome LeClerc)" and "Have You Heard? (Acoustic)."
Grammy®-winning mixer and Nettwerk Producer Management client, Chris Lord-Alge, appears in this month's Rolling Stone magazine as part of a story on Green Day's upcoming record, which Chris mixed. If you have a Rolling Stone subscription you can check out the article at Rolling Stone online. Or, go pick up the July issue on newsstands now!
Iconic frontman Peter Murphy has announced a final run of intimate live shows in support of his latest album, Ninth. The 11 dates include a stop in Hollywood, CA at The Roxy on Thursday, August 16th as part of the Sunset Strip Music Festival, as well as an east coast date in Brooklyn, NY at The Wick on Sunday, August 26th. Ours will support all dates except for the Brooklyn show.
Peter Murphy returned in 2011 with his long awaited ninth solo album, aptly titled Ninth, which the LA Times deemed “a dynamic rock record...one of the strongest of his career” and Time Out New York called “a badass new effort.” The former frontman of Bauhaus has toured extensively behind Ninth—including a major headline tour, a second co-headline tour with She Wants Revenge, and spurts of smaller, intimate gigs around the country—proving that his live show and unforgettable voice are still a force with which to be reckoned. In a recent live review, the LA Weekly commented, “Once again, Peter Murphy shames everyone else...,” while the OC Weekly called his performance “a hell of a show.”
Keep reading for list of U.S. intimate live dates.
YouTube Music invites Young Liars to share their favorite YouTube moments as the featured playlist posted on the homepage. Showcasing their unique sense of humor and varied interests, the collection includes Brother Johnson’s Midnite Special performance footage, a monkey riding a pig, a beautiful Bonnie Raitt cover, a TED piece and for all dog lovers, “The Denver Guilty.”
To Watch Full Playlist, Please Visit Here: http://youtu.be/P1tkd13gUoA
The warm, dry air of the Los Angeles basin continues its constant temperature, inviting art and progress for those who can stare through the plastic debauchery of its passing inhabitants. Just underneath the surface, buried in a submarine-like state of creative metamorphosis, the four original members of electronic rock outfit Shiny Toy Guns shape-shift in circles; building, cutting, carving and finishing an album they have spent the last three years of their lives in violent labor with. III, which marks the elated return of vocalist Carah Faye Charnow and the first new material by the original line-up in six years, will be released October 23 on Five Seven Music. The lead single “Waiting Alone” made its debut yesterday on Alternative Press’ website (here) and is available now at iTunes and all other digital retailers.
III, the band’s third album features Carah Faye Charnow, the original vocalist who, along with band mates Chad Petree (vocals/guitars), Jeremy Dawson (keyboards) and Mikey Martin (drums), propelled Shiny Toy GUns into the spotlight with their first hits “Le Disko” and “You Are The One” from their debut 2006 release We Are Pilots. Production on III, courtesy of Mirror Machines (the band’s Petree and Dawson), is lush and dramatic, ranging from driving tracks like “Somewhere To Hide,” “Mercy” and “The Sun” to sublime like “Wait For Me” and “Fading Listening.” The album is mixed by the legendary Tony Maserati (Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Jason Mraz).
Yesterday, Dispatch premeired their single and title track from their forthcoming album, Circles Around The Sun, on RollingStone.com (HERE). The album, the first in over a decade, will be released on August 21st on the band’s own Bomber Records. Watch the lyric video and listen to the track above.
Circles Around The Sun is the group’s first studio album in twelve years and was produced by Peter Katis (Interpol, Jonsi, The National). The album is an eclectic rock and roll record that delivers on the gutsy storytelling, compelling songwriting, and radiant harmonies that earned the band its diehard fanbase. Available now on the band's web store, a limited quantity of music and merch bundles are available including: deluxe vinyl with a 28 page hardcover book, CDs, apparel, autographed photo prints, and more. For a complete breakdown of the various bundles available, click HERE.
"Rob Me Blind is a labor of love that reflects [Jay's] growth as an artist, and his desire to take new chances." – The Huffington Post
“[David] Kahne has harnessed Brannan’s obvious natural talents, and instead of just rolling out another modern folk record, the two have toyed with tempo, clever arrangements and thematic variety to produce an honest, informal and sometimes amusing collection of songs.” – musicOMH (UK)
Just a few weeks before the U.S. leg of his world tour begins, Jay Brannan has unveiled a new video for the title track of his latest album, Rob Me Blind. The video premiered yesterday on AOL’s Spinner.com.
Jay tells Spinner.com, "I'm way too shy to ever approach anyone on the street, on the subway, in an elevator or even at a bar. So it was fun to make a video involving chemistry-at-first-sight, where the characters didn't just end up going home to check the 'missed connections' listings on Craigslist."
Since the release of his sophomore full-length album Rob Me Blind, Jay has been touring the world, from the UK to Germany to Israel to Australia. His 28-date U.S. tour will begin on Wednesday, July 18th in Boston and wrap in his home city of New York on Saturday, August 25th. (Keep reading for full list of U.S. tour dates and more information).
Angus Stone emerges with a brand new video for single ”Wooden Chair,” from his forthcoming release, Broken Brights (out July 17).
Half dream, half documentary - come and enter Angus' world of burnouts, fireworks, midnight bonfires and general all-round good vibes. From the faraway hills of wild and remote Australia, enjoy this rare glimpse into the artist’s unique world - his piece of paradise on Earth.
“Wooden Chair” is a toe-tapping love tune replete with good old-fashioned handclapping and whistling, whilst title track “Broken Brights” is a return-to-form for Stone — it’s a nostalgic, dreamy tribute to our youth. The deeper you delve into the album, the more you come to expect the unexpected from Angus.