The acclaimed Swedish singer-songwriter Elin Ruth released her Bang EP this week (11/27). The four song EP precedes her full length, eponymous US debut which comes out on January 29, 2013. Bang is available for a free download on her Facebook page here. You can also purchase the iTunes version here that includes a bonus trac
It's been a charmed few weeks for 21-year-old Australian producer Flume. His self-titled debut album reached #1 on the Australian iTunes album charts (overtaking One Direction) and he's still sitting at #2, right ahead of Taylor Swift! Now that he has, for all intents and purposes, conquered that continent, we are pleased to reveal a new track off the album, which is slated for a 2013 physical release in the US.
Copenhagen's Iceage released one of the most exciting and lauded albums of the last couple of years with their outstanding debut, New Brigade. Following two years of intense touring in support of New Brigade, the Danish four-piece have announced they are signing with Matador Records and releasing their sophomore album on February 19th! Escho will release the record in Denmark.
Revered Canadian rockers The Trews are pleased to release their new EP, …thank you and I'm sorry (Bumstead Records) this week. Available physically in Canada and Australia, the EP is a digital only release in the U.S. The 7-song EP is the follow up to the quartet's fourth full-length studio album, Hope & Ruin, featuring The Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson and including the song “Leaps and Bounds,” written by Australian Rock icon Paul Kelly.The Trews has built its reputation belting their high-energy, arena-re
Severn Records artist Mud Morganfield continues to make a big splash “across the pond” in England with the announcement that he’ll appear on BBC Two’s flagship music TV program, “Later with Jools Holland,” airing in the UK on Tuesday November 20 and Friday 23.The invitation to play on the long-running TV show came from the host, himself, acclaimed pianist Jools Holland, who caught Mud's performance at the London Blues Festival in June and offered him the slot after seeing Morganfield play.
Award-winning artists have recorded a tribute album for Grammy-scooping singer and activist Nanci Griffith, supporting her work against the use of landmines.Trouble in the Fields, set to be released on 6 November 2012, features 14 songs performed by an eclectic array of artists, from 60s folk revivalists, John Stewart and Carolyn Hester, to contemporary folk rockers, The Kennedys.Texas singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith has been recording since 1978. Her most recent CD, Intersection, was released this year.