Arkansas bred, Los Angeles based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, bLAck pARty, is starting the year off with a new remix release of “BOMB”featuring Latto. Out now via Wolf + Rothstein/RCA Records, the 90’s bass blend-synth track transports you back in time and brings a fresh new verse from Atlanta rapper Latto. The track is a follow up from bLAck pARty’s third studio album Hummingbird which features Childish Gambino, Saba, Kari Faux and more. Listen to “BOMB” featuring Latto HERE.
“I’m Not Broken” is an over-the-top expression of triumph despite being born different. It’s about not accepting labels that society including teacher, friends, enemies, family or anyone would put on you. “I’m Not Broken” is the break-out song of Aria (lead singer of The Other LA) coming into her own accepting her Asperger’s and not just accepting but embracing it as a gift. The opening chorus is a gang style vocal of the many voices that compete in Aria’s head. The song sways back and forth from verses quietly rebuking the outside haters to the choruses slamming rejection of societies labels.
Illinois-based band REAL FRIENDS have announced their brand new EP ‘There’s Nothing Worse Than Too Late’ out 24th February via Pure Noise Records. To celebrate the announcement the band have release their brand new single ‘Six Feet’. The EP, features previously released singles ‘Tell Me You’re Sorry’ and ‘Always Lose’, was produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Neck Deep) and mixed by Kris Crummett (The Callous Daoboys, Knuckle Puck.)
The 29-city tour kicks off Monday, May 1 in Stroudsburg, PA at Sherman Theater with stops in Nashville, TN, Las Vegas, NV, Grand Rapid, MI, and more before wrapping up on Thursday, June 15 in Seattle, WA at Paramount Theater. Malevolence and Archetypes Collide will join the bands on all dates across the upcoming tour. Full routing can be found below, along with upcoming Beartooth festival dates.
The song is another epic anthem that finds frontman Ronnie Radke laying his lyrical cards up on the table while his vocal style escalates from a rhythmic cadence to an earth-shaking howl.
Formed in Brooklyn in 2019, wakelee consists of identical twins Alex (vocals/guitar) and David Bulmer (drums)and Elliot Shiang (vocals/bass). They met at a friend’s show in New York and immediately bonded over Halal food and Indie music. They have since released an EP, a healthy batch of emo-tinged singles, and are prepping to release their debut album, produced by Superbloom’s Brian DiMeglio (Bartees Strange, Grandad) which is expected to come out in the Spring of 2023.
What started as a weekend getaway to the final Vans Warped Tour, ended in a three-year journey through writing, recording, and producing a cathartic must-hear release of 2022. Since finalizing their core lineup, Protect Your Heart have released nine well-received singles, including seven official music videos, in anticipation of the LP. Fusing a nostalgic “pop punk with breakdowns” sound with modern production and a DIY attitude, Protect Your Heart are the next big thing to come out of the easycore scene.
Nicky Louwers has just released her latest dance track, “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)”, and it’s already setting the dance floors on fire. This track is a cover of the 90s hit by Rozalla, who just happens to be a good friend of Nicky’s father.
The iconic, midwestern, multi-day event was the stuff of legends and is returning to prominence in 2023. Hatebreed frontman and podcaster Jamey Jasta purchased the rights last year and today announces the lineup for Milwaukee Metal Fest 2023.