‘Izakman’ Brings Music To All With British Sign Language Infused Music Video for Upcoming Album ‘Cyber Love’
Music is the universal language and Brit-rock influenced, Israeli-born Izakman serves as the living embodiment of this. Incorporating English, British Sign Language, Braille, and Morse Code in his acclaimed music video Cyber Love, the upcoming musician has caught the attention of festivals and critics worldwide. The video is for the title single of his album Cyber Love, due for release 27/01/22.
BELL JAR is ANGELA SCLAFANI’s forthcoming single that blends her pop sensibility with compelling flares of folk and americana. Inspired by Sylvia Plath’s 1963 novel, the song uses literary imagery to encourage the listener to “shatter” the conventions that hold them down- be it family, lover, or state of mind. The single features production and instrumentation by producer/songwriter Katie Buchanan.
What’s in a name? Who knows, according to four guys sitting around a room temperature case of Natty Boh, it’s the road that takes you home. In 2012, three days before their first performance at Honfest in Baltimore, they needed a name. Idling at the traffic light just outside of the practice space, contemplating pages of proposed names with a fateful glance up to the glowing sign above, “Old Eastern” was born.
“Her second tongue was English, but her first was patience,” sings Elliah Heifetz on his new single, “Living Proof”—a loving ode to his mother who, along with his father and sister, came to America in 1990 as political refugees from the Soviet Union. “Everything she did, she had to do.” This story of upbringing is typical for generations of immigrant children, but Heifetz’s tale carries a unique calling card; his unabashed love for American country and roots music.
Folk singer-songwriter Haley Harkin delivers a stunning showcase of vulnerability in her new album, To Heal Her, out January 6th. This collection of 7 heartfelt records paints a colorful picture capturing the full scope of Harkin’s journey inward; the album gives fans a deeper insight into the artist’s experience getting reacquainted with her true nature while she examines herself through honest eyes.
Through the art of folklore, emotional storytelling and genre-bending, 5-piece power group Mitsune transports you to a world of vivid global fusion. Fronted by an all-female trio of shamisen players, accompanied by percussion and double bass, Mitsune take their love of Japanese folk music and infuse it with eastern blues, jazz, rock and cinematic influences, creating a uniquely addictive sound.
Opening in select theaters and on-demand February 11, 2022, Greenwich Entertainment presents Ronnie’s, a definitive and intimate documentary directed by Oliver Murray that chronicles the life and times of saxophonist Ronnie Scott and his world-famous London jazz club.
The Super 20 is the curation of longtime New York hornsman, Lee Hamilton, bringing together an all-original cast of roadshow vagabonds. Created by a crew that has recorded, produced or performed with artists such as Sierra Leone’s Refugee Allstars, Chicago Jazz Underground, Joan as Police Woman, Jeff Parker, Debo Band, and Slightly Stoopid, The Super 20 invokes the classic 70’s horn sounds of legendary bands such as Don Drummond & The Skatelites, Rico Rodriguez, The Crusaders, and Fela Kuti.
Starting Wednesday, January 5 at 10/9c, country hit-maker T. Graham Brown is kicking off the new year with another exciting month of live cuts with some of his closest friends and heroes on the new episodes of LIVE WIRE on Sirius XM’S Prime Country Channel 58. Tune into January's episodes for special stories and memories recorded live at SiriusXM’s Music City Theater in Nashville, Tennessee.
"In collaboration with the artists in Haiti and New Orleans and other project partners, the WXPN Kanaval Ball scheduled to take place this Sunday, January 9 is being postponed to March 20, 2022 at The Fillmore Philadelphia. We look forward to presenting this free, celebratory culmination to WXPN's year-long project exploring the impact of Haitian rhythms on the music of New Orleans at that time.”