“Vaeda Black is green in the indie industry, but that didn’t stop her from making FKA Twigs meets Lana Del Rey-esque bop “Face Down.” At just 16 years old, Black has a powerful voice made for the charts. A newcomer on the rise, Black and Substream have teamed up to premiere her first single “Face Down.” Her forthcoming EP will be released in early 2018.”
Listen —-> http://bit.ly/2hw9z95
HereComeHere recently sat down with Musical Notes Global to take them through their sophomore album, ‘Chernobyl’, track-by-track. The band talks everything from inspiration to the recording process. Read the full article here!
To buy a physical copy of ‘Chernobyl’ and to check out HereComeHere’s other work, visit their Bandcamp site.
Spring is here, which means out with the old and in with the new! We’ve got just the thing. Spruce up your music library with our Monthly Music Mashup with Substream! This month features high-energy tracks that are perfect for getting you through your spring cleaning. Read the article and listen to the playlist here.
Hydrogen Skyline‘s much-anticipated third full-length album Photovoltaic was awarded a 7.5/10 in a new review on Music Existence, who said:
“With impressive and diverse performances from the band throughout the project, Photovoltaic is a well made piece of pop music that is sure to please those who are familiar with the group as well as offer a good introductory to listeners who are not already familiar with the genre as a whole.”
Check out the full review here!
Strife Magazine selected Hydrogen Skyline‘s single “Inhale/Exhale” as their Track of the Day! Strife writer Theresa Theuerkauf calls it “a song that will get you hooked from the first second. With its intriguing balance between electro and rock elements, its catchy yet almost mysterious atmosphere as well as its mesmerizing vocals, it will most certainly find its way into your head and heart and stay there for quite a while.”
Click here to read the full write-up and stream the single!
Oakland’s very own Charise “Lake Lady” Sowells is featured in the current edition of SF Weekly newspaper! Bay Area residents can grab a print copy at their nearest newsstands and you can read the digital version of the article here.
“Humor and fun are definitely important things to us as a band and as humans/ friends/ brothers,” says Battlehooch’s AJ McKinley in an interview with The Future Heart. Check out the interview here to learn more about the band!
Our friend over at Anchor Music News (and former client of ours) brought up a really good topic: Why are punk bands ditching their genre? Our very own Angela Mastrogiacomo contributed to this discussion (alongside Kristen Baker of Third String Productions and Josh Flores from Shadow of Whales) with her reasoning as to why this is happening. Read all about it HERE. What do you think about it?