Atlanta’s The Coathangers have been slowly teasing fans with new music and now it’s here, a brand new EP called Parasite (Suicide Squeeze), which includes a vinyl pressing as well. The record is a limited edition on sea green vinyl with an etching on the B-side, which means don’t play the etching, there isn’t a groove to play on that side. You can order Parasite below via Amazon.com.
The group will be heading on tour next month so head out there and show some loce and support:
July 18… Atlanta, GA (The Earl)
July 19… Chattanooga, TN (JJ’s Bohemia)
July 20… St Louis, MO (Off Broadway)
July 21… Kansas City, MO (The Riot Room)
July 22… Denver, CO (Globe Hall)
July 24… Omaha, NE (Milk Run)
July 25… Sioux Falls, SD (Total Drag Records)
July 26… Minneapolis, MN (7th St Entry)
July 27… Chicago, IL (Beat Kitchen)
July 28… Indianapolis, IN (The Melody Inn)
July 29… Davenport, IA (Daytrotter)
August 1… Grand Rapids, MI (The Pyramid Scheme)
August 2… Columbus, OH (Ace of Cups)
August 3… Cincinnati, OH (Northside Yacht Club)
August 4… Louisville, KY (Zanzabar)
September 16… Philadelphia, PA (Project Pabst)
October 7… Atlanta, GA (Project Pabst)
When was the last time you’ve been to a Sizzler restaurant? When was the last time you visited the midtown Sizzler? Do you even have a Sizzler near you, or even a midtown? Maybe this song has nothing to do with either but Seattle’s Stag want to prove something to you with their track, grab a slice of Texas toast or don’t even bother to bring a fork. This is “Midtown Sizzler” and perhaps it is here for you to be satisfied in your own way. The full album will be out on August 4th,
Portland hip-hop continues to be in shape and for proof, check out this new one from EsoXoSupreme. It’s all about “Power” and things get more powerful in this collaboration with Free5ive. This one was directed by Thomas Dierikx
The group known as death metal brutalizers Carnifex released their sixth album through Nuclear Blast called Slow Death
but the way this song sounds, they’ve given themselves life. Check out the clip for “Dark Heart Ceremony” and discover where it leads you.
Mello Music Group have another gem here with a new album by Stik Figa, who worked with producer Apollo Brown and now you can hear a hint of it with “Holding Back Tears”. The video was directed by Morgan Cooper. Stik Figa’s album Central Standard Time
can be ordered below via Amazon.com.
If you’re wanting to know what is hot in the ATL for hip-hop, you may want to try Lil Baby for side, as he has a track called “For You” which happens to be, well, for you. The song is from his latest street album Perfect Timing
, which you can check out below via Soundcloud.
“Coconut, Rum And Banana” sounds like a great drink, if not a pie but Demure For Sure say it has the potential to be a great song. Do you agree? Have a listen and see how it works for you, for those who are into pure pop for now people.
The album Fear Those Who Fear Him
(Century Media) was released last week Friday but Vallenfyre now has a video in support of it. Check out the clip for “The Merciless Tide”. which was directed by Ash Pears. The album can be ordered below through Amazon.com.
From their Burger/Modern Sky album The Afternoons
is a nice and crispy one from Cotillon called “Secaret” but don’t allow this to be a secret. No no. Director Luke Barham put this together so get into it for it is a scorcher.
I didn’t realize it had been a month since I last posted something. There were times when I posted 16 things in a day, be it news items or a day when I was adventurous and did 20 to 25 album reviews.
There are a number of reasons why the activity came to a grinding halt but the website remains and will. Perhaps the non-activity is a sign of change to come on the website, but we’ll see about that. The lack of activity was due to personal manners to, I’ll be honest, boredom. However, perhaps the time away was a good chance to regroup and see what happens next.
For those who make regular visits and were wondering “where the hell is John?”, how come you didn’t send me an e-mail? HUH? J/K, I’m very much here but we’ll see how things go from this point on.