Seattle's 8-piece progressive outfit The Complex Dialect recently revealed official details for their debut album, Change, which has been set for release on December 1, 2017. Produced at Seattle's infamous London Bridge Studios by Eric Lilavois (Saint Motel, Atlas Genius, Surfer Blood) and mastered by Ed Brooks (Fleet Foxes, Death Cab for Cutie, Pearl Jam), Change is a representation of both "problem" and "solution" perspectives when engaging with the ever-changing world we deal with in present time. Their powerful, progressive message caught the attention of HuffPost, who teamed up with The Complex Dialect to unveil their latest single, "One Constellation." "One Constellation" starts off Side B: Solution, and is a song about perspective. It's about stepping away from our earthly issues and looking for a deeper understanding of our existence in the true grand scheme of things.
Alt-Americana singer-songwriter, Butch Parnell, recently announced details for this latest EP, The Fall, which has been set for release on November 17th, 2017. The Fall is a 6-track collection of soulful, emotionally-driven, and slightly twangy tunesthat will appeal to fans of artists like The Lemonheads, Brandi Carlile, or The Lone Bellow. Butch Parnell describes the EP as, "...a familiar story of love and loss that I've tried to tell as simply and without pretense as I can." Today, Butch Parnell released the second single off the EP, "Hurry," which premiered exclusively with The Boot. "Hurry" is a track about confessing love and allowing it to light the way to hope. Parnell wrote the song to win over an unrequited love and, while the song didn't necessarily work out for him in the romance department, it's been a crowd pleaser with his live audience.
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***Recorded Live From The 2017 Mempho Music Festival
This is Cage the Elephant’s Brad and Matt Schulz little brother’s new band! Entertainment Weekly compared the psych pop four-piece to, “The Beatles at their “Helter Skelter”-heaviest, early My Morning Jacket, [and] Pavement.” They’re on a string of tour dates this fall, opening up for Okey Dokey, Ron Gallo, The Weeks, and Soft White Sixties.
They just released their second single “Golden Age” listen here: http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/rock/7980918/dan-luke-the-raid-new-song-golden-age-stream
Listen to their first single “Black Cat Heavy Metal” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJade9MCW6Y
Dan Luke and the Raid is Daniel Shultz, Kendrick Brent, Dylan Graves, and Anthony Joiner.
Written and directed by WWE icon Francesca Zappitelli, the “exhilarating” (SportStop) and “inspirational” (EEDA) Ballerina I’m Not its way to VOD this October.
An underground, underdog story of the prolific journey that women take to follow their dreams and find their way in a male dominated fight industry, Ballerina I’m Not premieres 10/6 on Amazon.
Ballerina I’m Not features a who’s who of the wrestling world including Stacy Keibler, Gail Kim, Maria Kanellis and Francesca herself.
“A great film.. that will make you stand up and cheer”, Ballerina I’m Not is available on VOD October 6.