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Press Release Roundup: October 26

posted October 27, 2015, 1:23 pm by Carlita | Filed Under Music News | comment Leave a Comment


Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, we will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across our virtual desk.

Adele

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’25’ TO BE RELEASED GLOBALLY NOVEMBER 20th

“My last record was a break up record and if I had to label this one I would call it a make up record. I’m making up with myself. making up for lost time. making up for everything I ever did and never did.”

Adele is set to release “25” her highly anticipated new album, which will be available globally on Friday November 20th and is the first new music from her since her Oscar winning single ‘Skyfall’ in 2012. “Hello”,the debut single from “25” is available to buy and stream now. View the cinematic video for “Hello” below. It was shot in the countryside surrounding Montreal and is directed by the celebrated young Canadian director Xavier Dolan (Mommy, Tom at the Farm).

TRACKLIST
1. Hello
2. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
3. I Miss You
4. When We Were Young
5. Remedy
6. Water Under The Bridge
7. River Lea
8. Love In The Dark
9. Million Years Ago
10. All I Ask
11. Sweetest Devotion

Brandon Adamson

Songwriter Brandon Adamson released a retro, mid century modern styled music video for a song called, “Popsicle Stand.” The synth used in the song was 1975 Cordovox CDX combo organ. Filmed mostly in the historic Melrose district of Phoenix, Arizona, the video features model/actress Sydney Stringfellow. Brandon has been recording and releasing experimental indie music in various forms since the mid 1990s.

Shining

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Blackjazz trail-blazers SHINING have revealed a brand new concept-based video for “The Last Stand,” a track from International Blackjazz Society, of which Pitchfork enthused, “…even as the band relaxes into new atmospheres there’s an extreme, ascetic discipline on display. The architecture of their music is modernist…”The video depicts a fight to the finish, giving us a rare glimpse into the mythology and values of the International Blackjazz Society.

“To celebrate the release of SHINING’s new album International Blackjazz Society, we are very happy to give a bit of an insight into the proud roots of the elusive organization that our new album is named after,” says Jørgen Munkeby, SHINING mastermind and Blackjazz instigator.

Esperanza Spalding

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Bassist and singer Esperanza Spalding, who rose to international prominence in 2011 when she won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist, is set to bring her incredible band to London on November 2nd for a hugely anticipated show at Shepherd’s Bush in West London. Spalding will showcase music from her forthcoming album Emily’s D+Evolution, due for release on Universal/Concord in March. The album is one of Spalding’s most diverse and ambitious projects to date and this exclusive UK appearance represents an unmissable opportunity to catch an incredible artist whose star continues to rise.

Dreggae

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Dreggae collaborates with W.R.Y. and Shane Talon to deliver an unapologetic mash up of gritty lyrics with popular instrumentals ranging from Hip Hop to Pop. The Genre Killer boasts this project has no boundaries. Listen deeply as Dreggae continues to transcend genres, paving the way for a fresh new sound!

Locos Por Juana

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GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY nominees, funky, pan-Latin band, Locos por Juana, celebrates their release of “Mueve, Mueve,” the first single off their sixth studio album, Caribe, with a live TV performance on Univision’s top-rated morning show, Despierta America. “Mueve, Mueve” composed by vocalist, Itawe Correa, guitarist, Mark Kondrat, and percussionist Javier Delgado, had its exclusive single debut last night at a maximum capacity Jack Daniel’s private party commemorating the release of a new explosive track from “one of Miami’s longest-standing bands” as dubbed by Miami New Times.

The evening, with a surprise appearance by Tomas Diaz and El B, was the launch pad for the next expansive phase of an already successful career marked by scores of awards, recognitions, and accolades and a strong record of live performances. The new record coming to global digital platforms today after a three-year recording hiatus, showcases a unique hybrid fusion of Latin, Caribbean, and American rhythms meshed with the beloved sounds of Locos Por Juana’s heritage and upbringing and their distinctive Miami sound.

Starlight Girls

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Starlight Girls share “Fancy” video

Fantasm will be released January 15, 2016

There’s something about Halloween season that fits this six-piece Bushwick band’s siren allure and gothic-tinged theatricality. Their poetic lyrics are inspiring, channeled by a unique energy-driven mix of surf, pop, and noise with a bit of metal for good measure. SPIN has described Starlight Girls’ genre-bending sound as “undeniably luminous.”

Founder and lead singer Christina B played keyboards and sang as part of her family’s mega-church in Ohio before she escaped to Brooklyn disguised as an airline stewardess at the behest of guitarist Shaw Walters, a California transplant who had recently arrived in New York with a suitcase full of Bay Area weirdo noise rock sensibility. Sara Mundy signed on to sing and play keyboards and Tysen Arveson became the band’s resident bass player and tattoo artist. With the group taking shape, they later added vagabonds Josh Davis on drums and Isabel Alvarez on keyboards and backup vocals to fill out the sound.

Photo Credit: Caroline Yoder

Two Fresh

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Nashville twin brothers and production duo Two Fresh’s fiery new Torch EP is out today via Mad Decent. Their most accessible work to date, the EP features explosive collaborations with Vic Mensa, Joey Purp, Curtis Williams and Jace of Atlanta’s Two-9, Mac Miller’s signee, singer Njomza and more. The project showcases their undeniable ability to blend dance music and rap effortlessly.

In celebration of the new EP, the duo will be throwing a release party today in Chicago that will feature performances by special guests. They will also be jumping on tour with TOKiMONSTA next month – full tour dates and Chicago party info below.

TOUR DATES:
10/27 Chicago, IL (EP Release Party) – 1st Ward @ Chop Shop
11/25 Detroit, MI – Populux
11/27 Toronto, CA – Mod Club
12/01 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
12/03 Brooklyn, NY – Rough Trade
12/04 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
12/05 Washington, CD – U Street Music Hall
12/08 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West

Us The Duo

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US THE DUO releases their brand new anticipated single “Slow Down Time,” produced by Captain Cuts [Walk The Moon, “Shut Up And Dance”], to all digital retailers via Republic Records. The duo —Michael and Carissa Alvarado — unveiled the song alongside a lyric video. About “Slow Down Time,” US THE DUO say, “We find ourselves working hard to make a better life for the future, but forgetting to enjoy the current moment. So, we wrote ‘Slow Down Time’ as a reminder to always take a second to step back and enjoy each other, our surroundings, and the people we care about.” With its bright production and upbeat energy, the song shines a spotlight on the inimitable vocal interplay between the husband and wife pair. It’s delightfully unshakable and the first glimpse of new music to come from the group since their 2014 breakout No Matter Where You Are.

Forever Cult

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Making a quick return after the success of summer single ‘Antonio Banderas’, FOREVER CULT, have revealed their latest quirky fuzzed up pop number ‘Tunnel Vision’. The track, produced by Leeds’ Matt Peel (Pulled Apart By Horses/Eagulls/Autobahn), is the perfect blend of squealing whammy guitars, reverb laden falsetto vocals and growling hooks and will be released on 7” vinyl via Beggar’s Too Pure Singles Club on 27th November.

Following support from Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1 and Tom Robinson on 6 Music, appearances at Reading & Leeds Festival, Tramlines, Live at Leeds, Long Division and shows alongside the likes of Demob Happy, JAWS, Allusondrugs, Eagulls, Brawlers, Spring King and DZ Deathrays, the band hit the road again in November for their third headline UK tour this year including single launches at The Old Blue Last, London and a hometown launch at Leeds’ Brudenell Social Club.‘Tunnel Vision’ is released courtesy of Too Pure Singles Club (Pulled Apart By Horses/Hookworms/Tigercub) on 7 inch vinyl on 27th November 2015.

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