"Black Heart" follows a flurry of pre-release singles for Velveteen Pink's self-titled album. Taking an initially more direct approach than the slippery funk of singles "Coldest Touch" or "Walk By Me", "Black Heart" bursts through the door with heavily processed vocals and an aggressive, percussion-led arrangement that culminates in a solo that sounds like the circuits on the P-Funk Mothership are overloading. The video, directed by Greg O'Connell, treads the line between expanded consciousness and nightmare fuel that perfectly matches the tension of the song's lyrics. The Athens, GA band's self-titled album will come out on 14 February, marked by a release day show at the Georgia Theatre.
Ahead of the release of their self-titled debut, the brazen Thunderpussy performed two New York City shows and did a media blitz.
L.A. via Denver singer-songwriter Wit Blu specializes in sophisticated, soulful, jazzy pop that evokes the breezy, upbeat music of Tom Misch.
On the road again behind 2017's vibrant Songs of Experience album, U2 still aren't shy about using rock 'n' roll music as an outlet to sing out against injustice.
Eschewing common synthpop influences, London Plane seeks out something new on their new album New York Howl.
Good film, like good literature and theatre, is not escapism. Martel's work intentionally subverts the act of turning a blind eye.
Lyman Ellerman tells the story of a father speaking to his drug-addled son in this compellingly tender folk ballad, "Nobody Knows You (Like I Do)".
The youngest daughter of country music legend Glen Campbell releases her debut album and fondly remembers her dad, who lost his battle with Alzheimer's disease last August.
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For Plutarch, life and the course of history insist that we face up to who we are and this is as harrowing as it is liberating; it is the source of our destruction as much as it is the springboard for our accomplishments.
Warren Walker of the Kandinsky Effect and Federico Casagrande add another chapter to the electrojazz story on oddAtlas.
A sense of bitterness remains for those of us mourning the loss of this final great literary lion of the 20th century.
Things get hazy with drugs and bloody with violence, but hipster Hannah remains happy.
If Winter's Cosmos is Comeau's Alpha Centauri, I look forward to what fruits his new planets will bear next.
Granted, Wolverine can be a violent, cynical, beer-loving brute, but he can also be insightful and sincere.
Punk rock and Americana come together on Honest Iago's blazing new track "Cascade Nights".
It's album 13 for Matthew Sweet and although the old dog isn't performing many new tricks, the old ones are working just fine, thank you very much.
British pop singer-songwriter Holy Pinto travels to the heart of the heart of America for an intimate performance in new video, "Gold Leaf".