LA singer/songwriter BRIDGE has shared a free stream of ‘Break the Rules’ from debut album WRECK, out next year via Warner, release date TBA.
The wreck is literal since he wrote the music following a car accident.
This follows the release of ‘If Only’, also streaming for free;
Malena Zavala had this to say about her track ‘If It Goes’ in a statement;
“The song connects me to my South American roots through my mothers’ Latino feminine character which she passed down to me. That fire is one of my only perceptions of my roots and I had a definite fear of losing that growing up in a different country/ in a different culture. It wouldn’t be me if I lost it.”
This follows the Argentinian artist’s first single ‘Should I Try’;
Catch Zavala on the following dates;
24th October, Cologne, Artheatre ‘
25th October, Hamburg, Mojo Jazz Café ‘
29th October, Amsterdam, Sugarfactory ‘
30th October, Utrecht, Club Nine ‘
8th December, Manchester, The Castle ‘
11th December, Bristol, Louisiana ‘
12th December, London, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen ‘
* Supporting Westerman
‘ Supporting Blanco White
NYC producer Thando 1988 joined forces with queer rapper Sir Charles to offer a free stream/download of ‘No Time’.
To download the track for free, click on the embedded Soundcloud file.
Glendale, California’s mAsis have shared a free stream of ‘Choices/Burden’ from Always You EP, due out in early 2018, release date TBA.
Dutch trio RMR have shared a free stream of their track ‘Lights’.
RMR is just a placeholder taken from the first initial of the member’s first names; Ricardo Romijn, Max van Lierop and Roy de Valk.
They signed with Powerhouse Music not long after coming together.
Julia Louise said that ‘Brat’ is about , “Thinking your friends are kind and loyal and then they trample all over your heart for fun,” in a statement.
The track is taken from her debut album, Love Jail, out on October 13 via No Sleep Records. Louise said the album is about “feeling trapped because you have no control over your own feelings. It’s about someone else being in the driver’s seat of your emotions.”
“I’ve written so many songs about learning to fall more gracefully, but not a lot of songs about actually daring myself to fall,” Elizabeth Ziman of Elizabeth and the Catapult said about the Meredith Adelaide-directed video for ‘Underwater’.
Adelaide shot the video entirely in Ziman’s “spaces”, allowing insight into the development of the song and its message.
The track is taken from her latest release Keepsake, due out on October 20 via Compass Records. The album was produced by Dan Molad and Peter Lalish from Lucius, Rob Moose (Bon Iver, Antony and the Johnsons, Joan as Policewoman) and Richard Swift.
Ziman also announced an album release show;
1 – We Can Pretend
2 – Underwater
3 – Something More
4 – Ambrosia
5 – Magic Chaser
6 – Mea Culpa
7 – Method Acting
8 – Better Days
9 – Less Than You Think
10 – Tread Carefully
11 – Land of Lost Things
12 – Wishing Well
Bonus : New Beginnings