Eric Hilton (Photo by AliZare)
Montserrat House and Eric Hilton of the legendary duo Thievery Corporation release his forthcoming solo debut album, Infinite Everywhere, on June 19.
While Thievery has hopped across various genres and painted with a broad musical brush over 25 years of albums and live work, Eric’s upcoming solo album is an offering that is much more distilled, focused and personal, and presents itself as an elegant exploration of inner space.
Eric recently presented “Infinite Everywhere,” the title track of the album.
The Brothers Macklovitch (Photo by Tim Saccenti)
Grammy-nominated siblings A-Trak and Dave 1 finally release music together. As The Brothers Macklovitch, the turntable icon and Chromeo frontman meld funky influences from their formative days (Jamiroquai, Brand New Heavies, Masters At Work) with crisp production and soulful hooks, aided by rising R&B star Leven Kali on debut Fool’s Gold single “Give Love to Get Some.”
Cut Worms (Photo by Caroline Gohlke)
Cut Worms, moniker of Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Max Clarke, returns with “Castle in the Clouds,” and an accompanying video.
Teen Cobra (Photo courtesy the band)
Baltimore’s Hidden Volume Records proudly presents the debut from DC’s Teen Cobra! The punk duo also released a music video for “Girl of Mine,” the lead single from Social Piranha, the band’s debut EP.
Julie Budet of Yelle (Photo by Marcin Kempski)
The French dance pop duo Yelle recently returned with a brand new song “Je T’Aime Encore” and a very personal music video focused on Julie Budet and hair stylist Charlie Le Mindu, directed by fashion documentary filmmaker Loïc Prigent.
Wilco (Photo by Annabel Mehran)
Last night, Wilco performed their new single “Tell Your Friends” for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. You can watch the performance on YouTube.
Madeline Kenney (Photo courtesy Grandstand Media)
Madeline Kenney released her critically acclaimed sophomore album Perfect Shapes in 2018, and recently she announced its stunning follow-up, Sucker’s Lunch. Madeline recently shared the album’s lead single, “Sucker,” featuring vocals from Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner.