Monthly Archives: October 2015
He also unveiled the dates of his Twonk di Nation tour;
The Chainsmokers have shared a free stream of ‘New York City’ from their Bouquet EP, out now.
The duo also announced the dates of their Friendzone Tour, which will take them to 40 different cities in two tour buses with their Full Monte Stage, complete with 3-D visual projection mapping they designed for their show. Head to their website for the dates.
The Chainsmokers released four of the five songs over the course of the summer and plan to stick to their, “One song a month” mandate.
The release of the album follows York’s nomination for four Music Nova Scotia Awards, including Solo Recording of the Year.
The duo of Laura Smith and Andrew Braun also shared the video for the haunting and cinematic ‘Banks’;
After releasing their Ryan Guldemond-produced debut album Guns, Sex & Glory in 2012, Smith and Braun spent the next 18 months on the road touring the US and Canada. When the time came to work on the EP, they turned to Caleb Shreve (Phantogram, Bear Hands) from New York and Ted Gowans (Tegan and Sara, Fences) from Los Angeles to helm the boards.
Rococode set up a studio in a cabin in the forests of BC and set out to record an album that was at odds with their surrounds between outdoor activities. The synthesizers, guitars and drums were a complete dichotomy, as were the alternative rock tunes. Their sophomore album is due out in February 2016, exact release date and title TBA.
Catch the band on the following dates;
NOVEMBER 17 – REGINA, SK – SASKATCHEWAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE (w/ Dear Rouge, Rah Rah)
Virginia Beach native Jackson Breit has shared a free stream of his track ‘Wouldn’t Change a Thing’.
Breit is collaborating with Cadence & Cause for the release of ‘Wouldn’t Change a Thing’. All proceeds from the single will go to the National Autism Association. He is fully hearing impaired in one ear and created the single in order to give back to the community.
Breit’s Shades of Marmalade EP is due out later this year, release date TBA.