Who got a problem? You might have one with Chad Jones but you shouldn’t, for he is here to tell you about a “Problem” and maybe it’s best that you work together to fix it. Jones decided to work together with Propaganda and Canon to handle the situation at hand, and now you can see and hear what happened with everyone involved.
Brought up in Brooklyn but now living in Miami, Marvelous Mag will be releasing an appropriately titled street album very soon called Florida Orange Juice but what he is offering here is just a sip, a mere sip, so grab a straw and place it in or near your ear in order to hear “Here We Go Again”, produced by Tape Roc and featuring Hus Kingpin. The download is here while supplies last.
The label would like for you to know that “Mexico” is a very trippy video from Mirror Travel, with its kaleidoscopic imagery and multi-faceted effects. The song is the title track from their new album out now, and as you listen and trip our your eye sockets, if you’re able to do it, look down at where they’ll be performing. They’ll be at this weekend’s Austin Psych Fest
on Saturday, so brave the wilderness.
May 3… Austin, TX (Austin Psych Fest)
May 6… Marfa, TX (Padre’s)
May 7… Phoenix, AZ (The Western)
May 8… Los Angeles, CA (Silverlake Lounge)
May 9… Los Angeles, CA (Origami Vinyl)
May 10… San Francisco, CA (Hotel Utah)
May 12… Portland, OR (Valentine’s)
May 13… Seattle, WA (Black Lodge)
May 14… Boise, ID (Flying M Room)
May 15… Salt Lake City, UT (Kilby’s Court)
May 16… Denver, CO (Lion’s Lair)
May 17… Oklahoma City, OK (The Conservatory)
May 18… Austin, TX (Cheer Up Charlie’s)
I’m not sure if this is meant to be the official video or just a moving image meant to promote Tedashii’s new song but whatever it is, here it is, a visual representation of some form of “Dark Days, Darker Nights”, which nicely features Britt Nicole on vocals. The song is an audio representation of Tedashii’s forthcoming album to be released on the 27th of May called Below Paradise
(Reach), his first album in three years.
His Summer Shed Tour will be happening, here are some concert dates:
May 1… Austin, TX (Austin360 Amphitheater)
May 2… Oklahoma City, OK (Zoo Amphitheatre)
May 3… Rio Rancho, NM (Santa Ana Star Center)
May 4… Denver, CO (Red Rocks Amphitheater)
May 8… Little Rock, AR (First Security Amphitheater) (formerly Riverfest Amphitheater)
May 9… St Louis, MO (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre)
May 10… Memphis, TN (Mud Island Amphitheater)
Former Country Mice bandleader Jason Rueger (vocals/guitar) and drummer Austin Nelson are Curtin, who have recorded, mixed, and mastered their debut album for release this summer, titled One For The Doghearted. They will be bringing their music to you in May (which begins tomorrow) so as they make their way all around the country before returning to Charleston, South Carolina, show some support and say hello. Before you do, listen to “Funeral”, an element of what will be One For The Doghearted.
May 7… Vancouver, BC (Electric Owl)
May 8… Portland, OR (The Knock Back)
May 11… Eugene, OR (Sam Bond’s)
May 13… San Francisco, CA (Hemlock Tavern)
May 14… Los Angeles, CA (Los Globos)
May 15… Tucson, AZ (Sky Bar)
May 16… Phoenix, AZ (Trunk Space)
May 18… Denver, CO (Sidewinder Tavern)
May 21… Lubbock, TX (Backstage)
May 23… Austin, TX (Lambert’s)
May 25… New Orleans, LA (Circle Bar)
May 28… Charleston, SC (The Royal American)
This is a remix by The Audible Doctor that also features The Audible Doctor himself, but the star of the song is Phantongram, so if you wish to “Fall In Love”, you can (and should).
Heading 200 miles west down the I-90 leads me to the 206, and when I say 206 I speak of the area code of Seattle, which is the home of Romaro Franceswa. What I see is a hip-hop video with nuns, so all my attention is paid on it and the song “The Big Payback”. Oh wait: there’s cocaine in this. Oh wait, now the nuns are head nodding. YES! Seattle’s diversity continues to reveal itself, and Romaro Franceswa understands what it means to become the cream of the crop. Bean One produced this morsel, no cookies involved.
The Red, Gold & Green Machine are Dr. Oop and Tonye “Magic T” Aganaba, and together they’ve created “The Look Of Love”, to be released on their debut album Planet Africa
(Water The Plants) on June 9th. Daniel Anthony is responsible for the video direction. For the low end groove, a vibe, a feeling, something that will mean something for you, get lost not just at a mere glance, but the fool look. “The Look Of Love”, that is.
The funky on this is nasty and will make you want to gyrate in figure 8’s, if you know what I’m talking about. “Show Stoppa” goes back to that late 90’s vibe were the chorus is sculpted from acapella scratches, you can thank DJ Devastate for the reason you had to salivate after listen to it. This is from the forthcoming Unearthed compilation on Coalmine, scoop this up.
The countdown is on: six days until The Rich Hands’ come out with Out Of By Head on Fountain Records (or Burger Records if you wish to obtain the cassette. You can now listen to it in via via stream at WonderingSound.com. The album does have a single in the form of “So Fine”, which you can stream if you want, download if you want, do both if you want.
If you’re Texas bound or headed to the state, they have two concerts in their immediate future.
May 23… San Antonio, TX (Limelight) (Album Release Show)
May 24… Austin, TX (Hotel Vegas)