Crack The Sky Release Two Albums August 24

Submitted by 37-Media on Tue, 05/22/2018 - 11:21 am

On January 1, 1976 Stephen Holden of Rolling Stone magazine called the debut album by West Virginian prog-rock pioneers Crack The Sky “…one of year’s most impressive debuts.”  Today, some 40 years later the band will release a pair of albums:  Living In Reverse, a new studio album; and Crackology, a collection of the band’s 12 career favorites, both out August 24, 2018 on Loud & Proud Records.

Buddy Guy and Junior Wells Albums On Vinyl June 29

Submitted by RECKONING PR on Tue, 05/22/2018 - 11:12 am

Craft Recordings is pleased to announce two special reissues from celebrated blues icons Buddy Guy and Junior Wells. Both legends in their own right, their synergistic musical partnership prompted Rolling Stone to dub the duo "the Original Blues Brothers." Throughout the '60s and '70s, they were frequent studio and stage collaborators, and together produced stunning live performances and some of their finest recorded work.


Submitted by Night Owl Publ… on Mon, 05/21/2018 - 1:37 pm

“This is the best of what we do best,” vows THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES vocalist Dicky Barrett of their upbeat and optimistic new album While We’re At It, which is due out on June 15th via their very own Big Rig Records. “It’s us firing on all of our cylinders. This is where we’re at in our lives with no regrets.” 


Submitted by Sacks and Company on Mon, 05/21/2018 - 10:46 am

Groundbreaking artist Kamasi Washington’s highly anticipated sophomore album Heaven and Earth is set for release June 22 via Young Turks. Two songs from the double album debut today, listen to Earth’s “Fists of Fury” here and Heaven’s “The Space Travelers Lullaby” here.  

Hungry March Band Set To Release New Album June 1st

Submitted by Press Junkie PR on Mon, 05/21/2018 - 6:45 am

Hungry March Band has been performing for over twenty years and is a potpourri of genuine musical talent. The downtown NYC institution has gained a cult following and garner critical accolades, including Time Out NYC which described them as, “NYC’s finest guerrilla ambulatory music ensemble.” The band wields many styles, referencing dub, rock, ska, metal, and various Latin traditions; all the while maintaining a punk heart and creating their own flamboyant sound.

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