Download this dude’s song here. It sort of has an Elvis Costello vibe with less beard.
Jason Boesel’s debut “Hustler’s Son” drops next week. Get his first single, “Hand of God,” here here now. In a pack of similar singer/songwriters, Boesel easily breaks out.
“A Song For A Son” is now available from the band AKA Billy Corgan and Some Jabronis on the SP website. Click here to – don’t stop, get it get it!
Get the song here. Get their album next week. It’s gouda.
Get the cover here from a recent soundcheck.
I dig this song. You will, too. It will help you survive Wednesday. The track is off the band’s sophomore album “The House That Dirt Built” which dropped yesterday. I say “dropped” to sound hip eventhough the term is escaping pop.
Remember Colleen Fitzpatrick AKA Vitamin C? I do and so do you. She’s behind this pop group that sounds like a funkified Christina Aguilera. Get their single “Dancin’ Around the Truth” here. I’m dancing to it now…please no one look.
Jeff Kessel aka Rifle Recoil has covered Outkasts’ “Prototype.” It’s trippy folk fresh. Get it.
Have a listen of “Heart of Gold” – it’s pop gold with an edge. The LA and Nashville native delivers with a subtle country swagger. It doesn’t hurt that she’s cute as a button although I must admit I never got that expression. Buttons are pretty boring looking.
If you’ve heard “Headdress” you know how terrific this band is. If you’ve seen this video, you know just how horny they are. Anyways, download “Supreme Being” here. It’s amazing, baby.
“Hold This Girl” – no it’s not a demand, it’s a kick ass song. Download it here. Electro Pop Me Baby.
Brooklyn-based Clare and the Reasons’ second album “Arrow” is out Oct. 20. Get their first single “Ooh You Hurt Me So”. Now. It’s friggidity good.
Electric Tickle Machine’s debut album, “Blew It Again” is coming in October. Sadly it only sounds far away. In any event, if this band’s single “Part Of Me” (clap clap!) is any indication – well, crap doggone it – they gonna be big. Was that English? Who knows. What I do know is this is an infectious song that makes me wish the Clapper were still around, and if so, still had those commercials where the old couple clap before they go to bed. Anywho, download single here.
Way Out West are The Neptunes in Bristol except way more prog and house. Listen to “Ultraviolet” here and enjoy. Totally unrelated, “Spanglish” wasn’t a very good film.
NYC singer/songwriter Tim Williams is releasing his second album “Careful Love” in October. If the album cover is any indication, it’s going to be great. Anyways, check out an acoustic version of “Bruises” off his EP “I Hit Another Wall.” This guy is frickin awesome.