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KORN – Can You Hear Me

Labels:Elektra Promotion
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:02:53
From the Album:Can You Hear Me
Formats:Active Rock
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 11:00:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 11 2020 00:00:00

 

 

           

 

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Tycho – Outer Sunset

Labels:Mom + Pop Music
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:04:10
From the Album:Outer Sunset
Formats:Non-Commercial,NPR,Rock – Specialty
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 11:00:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 10 2020 00:00:00

Tycho "Outer Sunset" Available for Airplay Now!
 
From The 2 Time Grammy Nominee's Upcoming Album SIMULCAST out February 28th
 
SIMULCAST is the follow up album to the Grammy Nominated WEATHER. Tycho have gone back to the studio and recorded alternate versions of the original album tracks creating new instrumental material out of the previously vocal-led versions by singer-songwriter Saint Sinner. With SIMULCAST, Tycho takes a bold step towards their classic sound. As Scott Hanson (aka Tycho) states, "SIMULCAST expands on the concepts laid out in WEATHER but shifts into the abstract with instrumental soundscapes in place of lyrics, opening up a visual space and translating the message into a new language."  Today's new track, "Outer Sunset," is named after the beach community in San Francisco where Scott spent a lot of time during the recording of the album seeking a more balanced life in the serenity of Ocean Beach. 

          
2020 TOUR DATES
 

2/3/2020 – Los Angeles – The Wiltern

2/4/2020 – Santa Cruz – The Catalyst

2/5/2020 – Oakland – Fox Theater

 

JUST ANNOUNCED SPRING 2020 DATES
 
Wed, May 13, 20 – SAN DIEGO, CA – Soma
Thu, May 14, 20 – PHOENIX, AZ – Van Buren
Fri, May 15, 20 – EL PASO, TX – Lowbrow Palace (outdoors)
Sat, May 16, 20 – SAN ANTONIO, TX – Paper Tiger
Mon, May 18, 20 – AUSTIN, TX – Stubbs
Tue, May 19, 20 – HOUSTON, TX – White Oak Music Hall Downstairs
Wed, May 20, 20 – NEW ORLEANS, LA – Joy Theater
Fri, May 22, 20 – ORLANDO, FL – Hard Rock Live
Sat, May 23, 20 – TAMPA, FL – Jannus Live
Sun, May 24, 20 – CHARLESTON, SC – Music Farm
Tue, May 26, 20 – WILMINGTON, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Wed, May 27, 20 – CHARLOTTE, NC – Fillmore
Fri, May 29, 20 – RALEIGH, NC – Ritz
Sat, May 30, 20 – RICHMOND, VA – National
Mon, Jun 1, 20 – WASHINGTON, DC – 9:30 Club
Wed, Jun 3, 20 – ASHEVILLE, NC – The Orange Peel
Thu, Jun 4, 20 – PELHAM, TN – Caverns
Fri, Jun 5, 20 – ATLANTA, GA – Tabernacle
Sat, Jun 6, 20 – BIRMINGHAM, AL – Avondale Brewery
Sun, Jun 7, 20 – OZARKS, AR – Backwoods Festival
Tue, Jun 9, 20 – SANTA FE, NM – Santa Fe Brewing Company
Thu, Jun 11, 20 – LAS VEGAS, NV – Brooklyn Bowl
 
CONTACTS
 
Thaddeus Rudd – Mom+Pop – Thaddeus@momandpopmusic.com
David Jacobs – Mom+Pop – David@momandpopmusic.com
 
 

Abby Anderson – I’ll Still Love You

Labels:Black River Entertainment
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:12
From the Album:I’ll Still Love You
Formats:Country
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 11:00:00 EST

 

For immediate airplay
– the perfect song for Valentine's Day

On your desk now & coming to a first dance near you!

“I’ll Still Love You”

Recorded by Abby Anderson

 

Oh, look at those smiles

Sun on the waves

I almost taste

The salt in the air

Oh, and doesn’t it feel

Like just yesterday

Was our second date

And I still get nervous

When you hold my hand

It still feels perfect

When you ask me to dance

 

When the colors fade

From these picture frames

When my hair turns gray

The seasons all change

And we’ve seen better days

Whatever this life puts us through

Baby I’ll still love you

 

Oh, we’re gonna laugh

We’re gonna cry

We’re gonna fight

Oh but we’re gonna live

Maybe have a few kids

Whatever happens

I’ll promise you this

 

When the colors fade

From these picture frames

When my hair turns gray

The seasons all change

And we’ve seen better days

Whatever this life puts us through

Baby I’ll still love you

 

When the sun does its damage

The paint on this house turns to rust

When the future’s the past

And there’s no more breath in my lungs

 

When the colors fade

From these picture frames

When my hair turns gray

The seasons all change

And we’ve seen better days

Whatever this life puts us through

Whatever time tries to undo

Yeah baby, I promise you

I’ll still love you
 

Produced by Josh Kerr

 

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Jocelyn & Chris – Mercy Me

Labels:Bridge Road Entertainment
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:56
From the Album:Mercy Me
Formats:Americana,Non-Commercial,NPR
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 10:00:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 10 2020 00:00:00

 

Jocelyn & Chris

 

“Mercy Me” (live)

 

Radio Impact 2.10.20

 

An incredible semi-acoustic original recorded in front of a live audience… just in time for Valentine’s Day!

 

Warm, exhilarating, and deeply moving – “Mercy Me” is “a baptismal confession on love and devotion” (American Songwriter). Recorded live for an intimate audience at White Lake Studios in Upstate New York, the song strips back Jocelyn & Chris’s usual modern rock trappings to showcase powerful songwriting, honest lyricism, and nuanced musicianship. “Mercy Me” impacts radio on February 10th.

 

“Jocelyn’s incisive vocal performance is an acrobat mounting a dizzying high-wire act. Chris joins on lead guitar, a tender chord progression that whispers through the layers”

-American Songwriter

 

“Putting a millennial spin on classic rock”

-Today Show NBC

 

“A time-honored sound that is well beyond their years”

-Baeble

 

About Jocelyn & Chris:

 

Music is in Jocelyn & Chris’s blood. Their sibling bond runs deep, ringing through every note, every lyric, every guitar solo – from small-town beginnings in rural Upstate NY to NBC’s Today Show, three consecutive Billboard Top 40 singles, and stages coast to coast. It’s the backbone for their powerful songwriting, where Jocelyn’s deeply expressive voice is balanced against Chris’s compelling guitar work to form a unique foundation American Songwriter calls “unshakeable.” Their alternative-meets-blues sound has been dubbed “gripping” (Parade), “dynamic” (Relix), and “raw” (Daily Beacon). Though their music dances between genres, one thing is clear: Jocelyn & Chris are redefining guitar-driven, big-voiced indie rock.

 

Jocelyn & Chris’s new single “Mercy Me” impacts radio on February 10th.

 

About the record: “One Night in November”

 

On November 23rd, siblings Jocelyn & Chris took a break from the road to join their band and special guests for a rare semi-acoustic set in front of an intimate audience at White Lake Studios in Upstate New York. This show, close to home and surrounded by family and friends, became One Night in November, a singularly raw and moving live acoustic album. 

 

One Night in November debuts “Mercy Me,” a powerful, heartfelt new song written while touring earlier this year. Says Jocelyn, "This is one of my favorite original songs we've ever written. It's about being completely at the mercy of the one you love, and also completely okay with that sense of devotion. What a feeling that is." 

 

The record also showcases reimagined versions of several previously released tracks from their 4 albums and 2 EPs, including their Billboard AAA Top 40 singles “Outta My Head,” which they performed earlier this year on NBC’s Today Show, and “Kill in the Cure,” which remained on the chart for 12 consecutive weeks this summer.

 

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Dylan Scott – Nobody

Labels:Curb Records
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:02:41
From the Album:Nobody
Formats:
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 10:00:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 17 2020 00:00:00

BLANKS – Sweaters

Labels:Music By Blanks
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:02:58
From the Album:Sweaters
Formats:Non-Commercial,NPR,Rock – Specialty
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 10:00:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 03 2020 00:00:00

BLANKS

"Sweaters"
 

Impacting Radio February 3 & 4

 

Featured on Celeb Mix!
"Sweaters" is an infectious uptempo indie-pop influenced anthem with guitars, a groovy four-on-the floor
tempo and a lush melodic feel throughout."

Over 375,000 monthly listeners on Spotify!

More than 1 Million subscribers on Youtube!

 

 

About Blanks

If your idea of music is happiness and (over-)excited energy then you should definitely check out Blanks. The Dutch musician rapidly built an international fanbase with his Youtube channel ‘Music by Blanks’ which he started at the age of 15 and has more than 1-million highly engaged subscribers to date. 

Blanks has just dropped the first indie-pop anthem of the decade with the infectious new single "Sweaters" from his forthcoming EP out this March.

He had a big 2019, releasing a steady stream of singles throughout the year to his rabid fan base. Singles "Wave" and "Higher" topped 2-million and 1-million streams respectively, proving Blanks has had a groundswell of organic growth. "Sweaters" is the latest effort that sees his uplifting sound continue to thrive. 

 

Watch The Official Music Video!

 

2020 kicks off with BLANKS' Going Places World Tour – featuring his first dates in the US
 
March 10 – San Francisco – Slims
March 12 – Los Angeles – The Roxy
March 15 – Dallas – Dada
March 16 – Chicago – Schubas
March 18 – New York – Mercury Lounge
 
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Sea Wolf – Forever Nevermore

Labels:Dangerbird Records
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:04:04
From the Album:Forever Nevermore
Formats:AAA,Americana,Non-Commercial,NPR,Specialty,Triple A
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 10:05:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 10 2020 00:00:00

 

Sea Wolf

'Forever Nevermore'

From the new record Through A Dark Wood out 3/20

Radio exclusive release, not available at DSPs until 2/7

 

 
 
Digital History
  57.95M Lifetime Streams / 8.96M Listeners / 100.5K Followers
82.6M Lifetime Streams/181K Listeners/14.8K streams from Sea Wolf Radio
339.7K streams from Pandora Radio Stations

 

   4.6M Lifetime Streams / 1.7K Average Daily Listeners / 364.5K Shazams

 

 

 

Spring tour dates to be announced soon

 

 
 The Los Angeles-based artist Sea Wolf return with the first new album in six years, featuring their most intimate material to date. 'Forever Nevermore' the lead single from the forthcoming record Through A Dark Wood was one of the first songs written in the creative spell that would ultimately compose the new record. With a buoyant rhythm and pop sensibility, 'Forever Nevermore' showcases a new sonic direction juxtaposed against a vulnerable narrative with Alex Brown Church admitting, "Didn’t know what I wanted before, didn’t think I could say it forever nevermore. Didn’t know what I wanted, or what to do." Through A Dark Wood arrives March 20th on Dangerbird Records. 
 
Sea Wolf first captured attention with the breakout track “You’re A Wolf” off his full-length debut, one of three studio albums that have since garnered praise from NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, The New York Times and more. Following the release of 2014’s stripped-down LP Song Spells No. 1: Cedarsmoke, Church returned to the studio to write and record a new record, but felt the songs did not reflect the serious life changes he was experiencing and decided to scrap it. After taking time to score an independent feature called Julia Blue, a musically rejuvenated Church began digging deeper to create a compelling collection of new songs.

 

The result is a profoundly personal album that highlights the strength in vulnerability and bravery in the face of fear, showcased by his powerful, poignant delivery and strikingly honest songwriting. “The title comes from the period of time that I was in when I was making this record — going through this,” says Church. “And I’ve come out of it, and I’m on the other side, which is something that I want to start with. I’m through it.”

 

 

 

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Heart Bones – This Time It’s Different

Labels:co-sign
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:10
From the Album:This Time It’s Different
Formats:AAA,Non-Commercial,NPR,Triple A
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 09:00:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 17 2020 00:00:00

HEART BONES
 
“This Time It’s Different” 
 
IMPACTING FEBRUARY 17
 
Heart Bones = Sean Tillmann (Har Mar Superstar) + Sabrina Ellis (A Giant Dog/Sweet Spirit) 
 
Brand New Album Hot Dish out February 21 on Love OnLine Records
 
ON TOUR This Spring – Dates Below
 
The luminous pop duo of Sean Tillmann (Har Mar Superstar) and Sabrina Ellis (A Giant Dog/Sweet Spirit) bring back groovy sentimental sounds with an ode to the trials of a one-sided open relationship. Filled with genre-blending nostalgic soundscapes, Hot Dish (out February 21) is sure to captivate and endear with glistening ear-wormy duets. Heart Bones will kick off the release by hitting the road in North America this February. 

HEART BONES ON TOUR:
 
02.14.20 – St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
02.28.20 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Cooperage
02.29.20 – Moline, IL @ Rust Belt
03.01.20 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
03.03.20 – Columbus, OH @ Rumba
03.04.20 – Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory
03.05.20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brendas
03.06.20 – Millersville, PA @ Phantom Power
03.07.20 – Asbury Park, NJ @ The Saint
03.08.20 – Boston, MA @ Great Scott
03.10.20 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
03.11.20 – Carrboro, NC @ Cats Cradle Backroom
03.12.20 – Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
03.15.20 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
04.04.20 – Fargo, ND @ The Hall
04.05.20 – Omaha, NE @ The Reverb
04.06.20 – Kansas City, MO @  Record Bar
04.07.20 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall
04.08.20 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
04.10.20 – Seattle, WA @ The Sunset
04.11.20 – Portland, OR @ Jack London Revue
04.12.20 – San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel
04.13.20 – Palm Springs, CA @ The Alibi
04.14.20 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
04.15.20 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah
04.16.20 – Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
04.17.20 – Marfa, TX @ Lost Horse Saloon
04.18.20 – San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
 
 
MORE INFO ON HEART BONES:
 
Heart Bones is a rare thing—a new band with a long history—which heightens both expectations and standards. When a new thing, a creative thing, clicks into place just right and does so immediately on a level that you just know and feel is true all at once, often it’s all the little ways it dares to be just a little bit off that actually makes it work. And striking this ideal ratio of The Familiar and The New is the specialist’s true skill. This is exactly how Heart Bones excels.
 
It’s not hard to imagine that they shouldn’t exist at all: Sabrina Ellis and Sean Tillmann are obviously both tirelessly bustling and juggling and geographically separated by the entire height of the middle of the country. But put on their debut album Hot Dish and as soon as Sabrina’s first line enters, completing the inversion of Sean’s first line which has just spun your head around, the collaboration feels inevitable. Inevitable like, ‘Damn, right. Heart Bones. Guarding the center of vulnerabilities. Why do we have things called chest cavities instead of heart bones?’ The anatomical warping of their name makes more sense given how fragile our meaty bodies actually are.
 
Both in concept and approach, Sean and Sabrina share many commonalities: long histories of genre warping and adopting evolving personas to embody these progressions, celebrating wildness and theatricality night after night throughout grueling tour schedules. And all this expressed in the persistent tension of dark themes made melodious, a move that the true specialist knows will always make the struggle for balance feel deep and real.
 
In hindsight Sean’s evolution seems so linear: his earliest band Calvin Krime dared to be fun in a subculture steeped in angst. And after it disbanded, he sanded down the angular edges and stepped more clearly into a front-man role in Sean Na Na. But it was only the emergence of his alter ego Har Mar Superstar—at first pretending to be his own brother—that gave him the cover to risk fully expressing himself freely. The depths of his impulses came to play on the surface; the constant tensions of silliness and sincerity struck as immediate and true and deeply felt and always fun; stripping down to one’s skivvies isn’t only sexy, it’s sexy because of the openness and vulnerability it represents. Over the course of 20 years it evolved from beats on a minidisc player to a seven-piece soul revue without the continuity of his character ever coming across as inconsistent, a testimony to the acumen of his voice and his knack for hooks.
 
And down in Austin, Sabrina was carving her own unique path and persona. She perfected her glam snarl for a decade with the anthemic and brassy A Giant Dog, her performances cocky, provocative, and raw. Then tempered and expanded that range by fronting the epic collective Sweet Spirit, who blend party-strut disco and earnest classic rock like if you could extract whatever is London out of Queen and replace it with Texas.
 
And after years of both participating as central figures in their own city’s thriving and collaborative music communities, they fused all these commonalities, their inclinations for sly raunch and camp facades as a means of revealing vulnerabilities. And voilà: Heart Bones. The name, evoking paradoxical icons of tough scariness and cuteness—the exact combo to which I’ve always attributed The Misfits’ success.
 
In the end, if you’ve steered your evolution with any modicum of self-awareness and decency, the coolest thing, the coolest way to be, can basically be summed up as fun and positive. And shockingly, compared to the common youngster’s notions of cool, this hard-won coolness actually has very little to do with brooding. The public demonstrations of brooding cool by adult rockers, with their insecure and clumsy demonstrations of interior depth, are nothing compared to the wisdom to overcome that simple impulse to brood. It’s too easy given adulthood’s many disappointments and regrets. Who cares? But summoning the spirit to give joy back to the world? That’s a noble mission.
 
And none of that is simple. Has the common word “Loneliness” ever been sung in such a soaring manner as the chorus of “Open Relations”? “Little Dancer” has everything I ask of the life-coach podcasts I depend on, but with a spoonful of skeptical humor. Beginning to end, the arrangements of Hot Dish reinforce this blending of shaded and contradictory moods by balancing different eras of pop music with intentionality and attention to detail that makes it all feel historically inevitable: something truly New, achieved by the skillful means of combining Familiar elements we all already love.
 
 
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Johanna – Impression

Labels:MC1 Nashville
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:50
From the Album:Impression
Formats:Country
Available Date & Time: Jan 29 2020 07:05:00 EST
Impact Date: Jan 28 2020 00:00:00

For Immediate Release:
Nashville, Tennessee

 

Country/Pop artist Johanna has signed with the MC1 Nashville out of Nashville, TN. "Impression" is the debut release to Country and Americana radio stations.

Johanna can be seen playing guitar and singing her original songs at various local listening rooms and music venues in Nashville, Austin TX, Los Angeles, North Carolina and many more! Her collaboration with other musicians in both Nashville and LA has garnered a lot of attention for her music and helped to develop her unique style and sound. Her most recent gigs include 'House of Blues' and 'The Viper Room' in West Hollywood, CA.

Johanna Winkel is of Dutch/Indonesian/Scottish descent, and began her music career at the age of 5, singing on her dad’s radio program in Boulder, Colorado. She was soon starring in leading roles in musical productions and honing her skills on stage as a live performer.

At the age of 18, she wrote and recorded her first CD along with performing a live concert of her music. She then bounced on to study at a Performing Arts Conservatory in Hollywood, CA.

Johanna is an excellent energetic solo artist that travels from LA and Nashville to record her unique style that crosses over to Pop, Folk/Rock, Country and Blue-eyed Soul. Her influences are Sheryl Crow, Jewell, Bruce Springsteen, Michelle Branch, and the Goo Goo Dolls just to name a few.

She has completed recording and co-producing 2 EP's, 'Bending Hearts' and 'Shadow', which are available for purchase on her website. She has also just released an acoustic unplugged EP that will be sure to have everybody's ears hooked! She has also just released a third EP titled "Seeds" that will be sure to have everybody's ears hooked!

Johanna's goal is to touch everyone with her art.

"When I go to the movies or a concert I want to feel something, to relate, to have an experience and be truly moved. I love that feeling and my dream is to inspire and share and give that feeling and experience to everyone!"
 

JOHANNA

Title: "Impression"
TRT: 3:45 Intro: 10 sec
Tempo: Fast
Songwriter/Publishing/PRO"
Johanna Winkel/Yo Nut Music/BMI
Produced by: Johanna Winkel & Ford Thurston
Label: MC1 Nashville
Distributed by: Sony/The Orchard
Available on Play MPE

    

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Blanca – Shattered

Labels:Word Entertainment
Number of Tracks:5
Total Time:00:09:06
From the Album:Shattered
Formats:
Available Date & Time: Jan 28 2020 13:45:00 EST
Impact Date: Feb 28 2020 00:00:00

Psalms 147:3 “He heals the wounds of every shattered heart.”

“Losing someone is something that you can never prepare for. You never see it really coming… That’s exactly what happened to me when I lost my mom in 2016 to cancer. 

Loss is different for everybody… For this song I wanted it to show you that God can use everything you have gone through. That’s the strength, how he uses your story to then help other people or he shows you this new found strength that you didn’t know you had…

My prayer through this song is one that of course I can make the Lord proud of what I’m doing and that I make music that inspires people but also I think back on my mom and I hope that I can make her proud because she has inspired so many moments throughout the record. I really hope you guys feel it and that I have captured it in some way. And that I am honoring her because she desires it.”  

Blanca

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