Tori Amos (Photo by Desmond Murray)
Tori Amos releases her brand new Christmastide EP, a special collection of four original tracks to celebrate the holiday season with her fans, Dec. 4 on Decca Records. In what has been an incredibly unexpected, turbulent and for many, a very divisive year, Tori wanted to create a safe space for her fans to reflect on the challenges the world has had to face.
Today, she has revealed a new song “Better Angels,” perfectly timed to lift you up and keep you warm during this unusual holiday season.
Mountain Man (Photo courtesy Nonesuch Records)
Mountain Man — the trio of Amelia Meath, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Molly Sarlé — recently released Look at Me Don’t Look at Me, a live album recorded in November 2018 at Saint Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle, on Nonesuch Records.
The trio next performs live for a concert series, titled Live from the Garden, livestreamed by NoonChorus with the first show on Thursday, Dec. 3.
Broke Royals (Photo courtesy the band)
Broke Royals is rewriting doubts. Turning negative self-talk into positive affirmations. Hokey as it sounds, the band was willing to try anything after the world, and their income stream, came to a grinding halt this year.
On “Goldbrick Champion,” the band is exalting its weaknesses to the tune of an ’80s-inspired slacker anthem. Propelled by a drum machine and an infectious bass groove, the DC band is spinning their insecurities into pop-rock gold.
George Alice (Photo by Imogen Wilson )
Showing no signs of slowing down, today 2019 triple j unearthed winner George Alice delivers new single “Teenager.”
Elliot Moss (Photo by Kevin Condon)
Earlier this year, electronic artist Elliot Moss released a Change in Diet, his third studio album. Catch Elliot playing his new songs in a livestream show on LPR.TV on Saturday, Nov. 21.
Cat Popper (Photo by Vivian Wang)
Cat Popper shares “Maybe It’s All Right,” the first song she’s written during her 25 years as a secret weapon, quietly ubiquitous bass player.
Tony Lewis (Photo by Carol Lewis)
Following his unexpected death last month, the family of Tony Lewis, lead singer and bassist of the 1980s rock band The Outfield and successful solo artist and producer, has posthumously released his new EP, More Than I Dared.
Additionally, they’ve shared the official music video for lead single “Gonna Make You Love Me” as a tribute to Tony.
Aaron Frazer (Photo by Alysse Gafkjen)
Aaron Frazer (of Durand Jones & The Indications) releases new single, “If I Got It (Your Love Brought It),” from his Dan Auerbach-produced debut album, Introducing…, out Jan. 8 on Dead Oceans/Easy Eye Sound.
Toto (Photo courtesy SKH Music)
Steve Lukather (aka Luke) and Joseph Williams are lifelong friends since they were kids, and bandmates sharing a deep colorful history that has thrived professionally on a global basis over the past decades. Today, the duo has announced the formation of a new band, with world class players. They will continue to tour as Toto, and are in motion to bring their Dogz of Oz tour worldwide as the pair looks forwards.
The new Toto lineup performs in a livestream via Dice.fm on Saturday, Nov. 21.
Wolfgang Van Halen (Photo by Travis Shinn)
Everybody has a name they are born with. Having one of the most recognizable names in entertainment, Wolfgang Van Halen has been preparing to release music from his solo band Mammoth WVH for some time.
That plan was altered when his father and guitar icon Eddie Van Halen called him and told him his cancer had returned. Wolfgang decided to put everything on hold to be with his father through his battle. During that time, Wolfgang was writing material for his upcoming solo album (available via Explorer1 Music Group/EX1 Records in 2021) for which the first single “Distance” would be born.