"SkyTigers" is five new hits and 21 minutes of Heartland punk from Red City Radio with some balls-trippin' art to boot, baby! Red Scare has a peculiar knack for plucking bands out of unlikely locations. We've developed acts from towns like Laramie, Enumclaw, Scranton, Carbondale, Haverhill, Reno, Eau Claire... the boonies! We may know squat about the music biz, but sure as shit can spot talent in a dive bar. Now we have yet another group of overachieving underdogs: straight outta Oklahoma, it's Red City Radio.
- Secret Stuff
- Blessed, pt 1
- Be Father
- Blessed, pt 2
- Judy Froster
- We've All Done Wrong
- Blessed, pt 3
Belly announced that their new record, Dove, will be officially released on May 4th!
Says the band:
Nearly three years since the release of their highest-charting album (2015's No Closer To Heaven, #12 on the Billboard Top 200), The Wonder Years return with Sister Cities, their forthcoming LP and most transformative work to date.
Recorded at Sunset Sound with Joe Chiccarelli (Manchester Orchestra, The Shins, Spoon) and Carlos de la Garza (Jimmy Eat World, Paramore), Sister Cities, out April 6, is an album about distance, connectivity and the way humanity towers above its boundaries.
Vocalist Dan Campbell on the inspiration behind Sister Cities:
When Jets To Brazil released ‘Orange Rhyming Dictionary’ back in 1998, I think it is fair to say that it was different enough to catch people by surprise.
Baltimore’s War On Women were born screaming—at the world, at the status quo, in the face of oppression. The band has announced their forthcoming album - Capture The Flag (April 13th, Bridge Nine) - which calcifies that rage, and no one in its wake is safe. Much more than a collection of songs or sonic experiment, Capture The Flag is a call to action that cannot be ignored.
Austin, TX's Honey and Salt have announced their upcoming self-titled full length, due out April 6th via Spartan Records.
As one of the founding members of the noisy electronic group Holy Fuck as well as a member of LIDS with Doug MacGregor of The Constantines and Alex Edkins of Metz, Brian Borcherdt has spent years making unhinged dance music and touring relentlessly. Behind the scenes, however, Borcherdt was writing songs of his own that branched out in dramatically different directions than his main gig and informed his solo project Dusted.
A Perfect Circle release Eat The Elephant, the band's fourth full-length album and first since 2004's eMOTIVe, on April 20 via BMG.
The album arrives following years of anticipation and speculation, which reached a fever pitch as the outfit helmed by Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel launched their Fall 2017 tour with the release of "The Doomed". The band then ushered in the new year with the debut of the contemplative song, "Disillusioned".
WE ARE SCIENTISTS, the Brooklyn, New York based power pop troupe are set to return with their sixth album. Titled MEGAPLEX and released via 100% Records on April 27th, the infamous duo, Keith Murray (guitar/vocals) and Chris Cain (bass), are once again set to dazzle the world with ten brand new splashes of colorful and utterly addictive pop that serve as a welcome distraction to these bleak times we live in.