Time for some new music recommendations. Here’s what’s worth listening to this week.
By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)
Artist: The New Regime “We Rise, We Fall”
Album: Exhibit B
Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist and songwriter, Ilan Rubin, who is best known for his drumming with Nine Inch Nails, Angels & Airwaves and Paramore, has announced a brand new solo EP titled, Exhibit B. This stripped back version of lead off single, “We Rise, We Fall,” which was filmed at Guitar Centre in Hollywood, is said to have been “inspired by The Beatles’ “Let It Be” era vibe.”
Artist: My Brothers and I “Ain’t No Sunshine”
Ahead of the release of their debut album, Don’t Dream Alone, Northwest soul band, My Brothers and I, have released a cover of the Bill Withers classic, “Ain’t No Sunshine.” Showing off what they do best, the rendition is full of warm vocal harmonies, deep grooves, and undeniable melodies, which you can expect to hear plenty more of when the album drops this September.
Artist: The Bastard Sons “Release The Hounds”
Off of their highly anticipated debut album Smoke, which dropped August 7th via Kaiju Records, “Release The Hounds” from UK hard rock band The Bastard Sons is as belligerent as it is radio-ready.
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Artist: Pony Boy “Marquee Man”
Album: Blue Gold
Swinging recklessly somewhere between alt-rock and alt-country, “Marquee Man” from Nashville’s Pony Boy is as smoky as it is seductive and goes down velvety smooth.
Artist: Cathedral Pearls “Etchings”
Off of their forthcoming album of the same name, “Etchings,” from Spokane, WA outfit Cathedral Pearls is a lush and winding track that seems to suggest that we are on the verge of hearing their best work to date.