Her LA-based duo Deap Valley announced final release SISTRIONIX 2.0,
a rerecorded version of their debut album, preceded by a single for "Baby I Call Hell" and supported with a Farewell Tour.
The band just released a single with the title track of their upcoming album One More Time,
due October 20.
Embers will celebrate the release of their EP To: The Moon
with a full band performance on Saturday, October 28 at Music Box (direct support for Death Cab For Karaoke).
The release party for their sophomore album, Questioning Why,
happens Saturday, September 23, at Deft Brewing.
Their bill for their October 29 album release party at Casbah includes Jeff Berkley and the Banned. Chloe Lou also has a new honkytonk band, The Sidelong Glances, featuring Tom Ward, Phillip McArdle, and Shae Mosely.
Shankar has announced a new mini-album, Chapter I: Forever, For Now
(produced by Arooj Aftab and featuring Nils Frahm), due October 6 and preceded by a single for "Daydreaming" (featuring Nils Frahm). The record will be supported with a three-week North American tour from October 3 - 22.
A new video for his track "Fire" starring model Jamie Sinclair comes from, his most recent album, Standing On the Moon.
Another new video is streaming for "Yellow Girl Drawing."
With members now based in San Diego (singer-bassist James Reader), Sacramento (drummer Scott Frazier), and North Carolina (singer-guitarist Mark MacBride), the indie rock trio is back on September 15 with Cover Your Ears,
a double-single covering “Why Can’t I Touch It” by Buzzcocks, b/w a version of “Kidney Bingos” by Wire. According to the band, "The latest music is written and recorded remotely with the band gathering in person to perform live."
Their new single "Chewing The Scenery," produced by Matt Squire (Underoath, SUM 41, The Used), is out now via Pure Noise Records. "This is one of the first songs we wrote when we locked ourselves in a cabin in the Poconos to figure out what we wanted to do with the sound of SYSC moving forward," says frontwoman Connie Sgarbossa. "Somehow, me saying I wanted a waltz part in a song turned into this expansion of the chaotic post hardcore sound we had done on The Romance of Affliction
but with sprinkles of new brighter elements we wanted to sprinkle into the new songs that we were making."
With the collaborative help of Fat Mike of NOFX, they recorded a new single, "Baby Girl," the first song off of their upcoming third album. They'll tour this fall with Mustard Service as well as performing the Levitation festival in Austin, Texas. They play September 23 at Carlsbad's Hilton Resort, supporting Mustard Service.
"Destiny ft. Cornel West" is the first single from his upcoming album Destiny,
co-written with Sly Stone. The song also features guest performances by Greg Errico, Jerry Martini, and Rustee Allen. A second single written with Stone just dropped, “Without a One.”