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Thursday, October 08, 2020

Jeremiah Sand - "Golden Desert" [Rock & Alternative]

Golden Desert

"Golden Desert" music video by Jeremiah Sand
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Jeremiah Sand - Golden Desert (Official Music Video)

'Lift It Down,' the unearthed album by Children of the New Dawn leader Jeremiah Sand, is out October 30.

Video directed by Úna Blue

In 1974, Jeremiah Sand and his nascent cult The Children Of The New Dawn decamp LA for the Shasta Mountain region and Redding, CA. They set up shop, begin printing leaflets, hold gatherings and start growing their ranks through recruitment. Jeremiah and the Children are not necessarily an odd addition to Redding in 1974. Since the 1930s, psychonauts and spiritual seekers have been drawn to this area in Northern California under the shadow of the dormant volcanic cone of Shasta. By 1974, urban California hippies worn down by direct political engagement with state security forces have started drifting North and the towns along the border with Oregon state are filled with ad-hoc spiritual organizations, commune builders and lost souls. Jeremiah and the Children fit right in. A few years prior to assembling his flock, Sand had self produced and released an album of psych-folk that was unremarkable in almost every way, save for the unrelenting vanity and egoism on display in the lyrics. This early album is one of the only existing documents of Sand. The commercial failure of the album became the catalyst for Sand to leave Southern California and settle in a place where his "truth" would be "received by pure and open hearts". By mid 1974, the Children have grown in rank and Jeremiah becomes obsessed with recording "his masterpiece"...a musical message to the world, communicating a “Truth” that only he has been given spiritual access to. This project becomes the central focus of the Children. His lieutenant Brother Swann overhears that there is a small recording studio just North of the city. He arrives one day at the reception with a large gym bag full of cash and instructs the owner to cancel all sessions on the books. The studio will now focus on one thing and one thing only: helping Jeremiah realize his vision. Tents and rough structures appear on the surrounding property as the Children make the studio and its grounds their new home. They hold recruitment meetings where Jeremiah evangelizes in between endless recording sessions. The owner and his staff begin to feel as though they're being held hostage but the money is good and the Children keep paying. Overpaying. This goes on for years. New members drift into the sessions. A disgraced professor from the Electro Acoustic Music program at Evergreen state arrives with a full Buchla system he's "liberated" from the university, Jeremiah is entranced by it and for a few weeks the only sounds coming from the studio are blasts of atonal, corroded noise underpinned by ominous chanting. The mood changes. The town begins to turn against the Children. A few people have gone missing. Some teenagers. A studio engineer. By the Spring of 1977, the entire session has broken down into hallucinogen and cocaine fueled chaos. Bad vibrations. One night in early March, after a particularly grueling mixing session, the producer and owner of the studio is startled awake by an extremely agitated looking Brother Swann. Swann is sweating and wild eyed, casually holding a gun, explaining to the producer that "plans have changed" and that Jeremiah has "heard a calling and a Great Summons". They are leaving. All of them. That night. Swann directs the producer to put the existing reels in a lock box along with a short 16mm film, lyrics, album art and scribbled notes. Swann tells the producer Jeremiah will be back to finish his masterpiece. It all goes in the box and it's not to be opened until the Children return. They never do.

In 2018, wildfires rip through Redding, CA and burns it to the ground. Over a thousand of homes are incinerated. One rough structure north of the city is partially saved. There's a massive concrete basement filled with smoke and water damaged recording equipment and in the back...a lockbox.

No one knows who originally took the tapes out of the charred ruin of the studio but in a few months, a very strange album is making the rounds in the more esoteric circles of the underground. A long and confusing chain of custody ensues. A lost artifact of the transitional period between the late 60s and late 70s. A flawed and malignant sounding unfinished thing, clearly the product of a psychotically inflated ego and hubris. The album is by turns: amateurish, haunting, deranged, ridiculous and (for those attuned to these things) filled with crackling negative psychic energies. So much so that Light In The Attic flat out refuses to reissue it. Eventually, it lands in Calebs lap and Sacred Bones decides to restore the audio and give it a general release all in the name of preserving a historical document of a very weird place and a very weird time.
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The Sonic Dawn - "Live @ Rockpalast Crossroads Festival (2020)" [Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert]

Live @ Rockpalast Crossroads Festival (2020)

"Live @ Rockpalast Crossroads Festival (2020)" music video by The Sonic Dawn
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert
Description : The Sonic Dawn | Live at Rockpalast Crossroads Festival | 2020

The Sonic Dawn ist eine psychedelische Rockband aus Kopenhagen, Dänemark, die bezüglich musikalischer Sixties-Authentizität Ihresgleichen sucht. Die Mitglieder des jungen Trios kennen sich bereits von Kindesbeinen an, ihr Zusammenspiel wirkt entsprechend miteinander vertraut.

Man orientiert sich dabei an Acts von der US-amerikanischen Westküste: Schweineorgel, Jingle-Jangle-Gitarren und das eine oder andere Hendrix-artige Lick inklusive. Trotz Sixties-Pop-Sensibilität gibt es in ihrer stilistischen Zeitreise auch lautere Garagen-Rocker und hippie-eske Kiffer-Epen – interessanterweise bleiben ihre Songs meistens unter der 4-Minuten-Grenze.
Als wollten The Sonic Dawn die letzten 50 Jahre der Pop- und Rockgeschichte ungeschehen machen: Musik, die aus der Zeit gefallen scheint, die jedwede Modernität ablehnt, die weltfremd und mysteriös wirkt.


The Sonic Dawn is an eclectic Danish retro-rock combo with a knack for pairing jazzy, sitar-laced pop with cavernous, psych-blasted acid rock. Emerging in 2013, the band quickly established itself as a vital regional live act, and released their debut album, Perception, two years later. They began to turn heads overseas with subsequent releases like Eclipse (2019) and Enter the Mirage (2020).

Formed in Copenhagen in 2013 by childhood friends Emil Bureau (guitar, vocals, sitar), Jonas Waaben (drums), and Niels "Bird" Fuglede (bass), the trio's bluesy blend of psych-rock and pop quickly caught the attention of Levitation Records, who issued the group's debut 7", the Roky Erickson-inspired "Down the Line," in 2014. The band moved to Nasoni Records for their first full-length outing, 2015's Perception, which added Erik "Errka" Petersson on organ/keys, and was promoted via a lengthy European tour. For their sophomore long-player, the Sonic Dawn set up camp in an old farmhouse by the North Sea, writing by day and recording at night. The resulting Into the Long Night arrived in 2017, and was released via Heavy Psych Sounds. The band turned inward for long-player number three, 2019's Eclipse, parsing through a series of personal tragedies and delivering their most personal, though no less catchy and kaleidoscopic, collection of songs to date. The group wasted little time getting back into the studio and released the nervy follow-up, Enter the Mirage, the following year.

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21 Savage - "My Dawg (w. Metro Boomin)" [Hip-Hop]

My Dawg (w. Metro Boomin)

"My Dawg (w. Metro Boomin)" music video by 21 Savage
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - My Dawg (Official Music Video)

Watch the official music video of "My Dawg" by 21 Savage x Metro Boomin.

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Unflinching yet offhanded rapper 21 Savage left street life behind to establish a career that has rapidly progressed with a string of hit singles as a headliner and featured artist, the RIAA-certified gold full-lengths Savage Mode (2016), Issa Album (2017), and I Am > I Was (2018), and a handful of Grammy nominations.

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Emily Hackett - "Can't Help Myself (ft. Hardcastle)" [Rock & Alternative]

Can't Help Myself (ft. Hardcastle)

"Can't Help Myself (ft. Hardcastle)" music video by Emily Hackett
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Emily Hackett - Can't Help Myself (Official Video) ft. Hardcastle

A standout song on the album, “Can’t Help Myself,” featuring rising rock-band, Hardcastle, shows the angsty side of Hackett’s artistry. Continuing in her most honest efforts, the song portrays an inner battle with the human ego and the knowledge of how to be the better you. Filmed in Richmond, VA by Daniel Dmitri and edited by Amber Robb, the images juxtapose the manic and concrete feeling of the city with the freedom and growth of the country.


Mining the territory where sharp, polished country-pop and soulful Americana meet, Emily Hackett's music defied easy categorization. At first, she received attention for music with pop undertones -- in 2014, her duet with Will Anderson on "Take My Hand (The Wedding Song)," became a viral hit -- but as the 2010s progressed, she threaded stronger country and Americana elements in her music, an evolution showcased on the twin EPs By the Sun and By the Moon.

Born in Cleveland but raised in a musical household in Atlanta, Georgia, Emily Hackett began playing music at an early age. Inspired by Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson, she initially learned how to play flute but quickly moved to guitar so she could sing and play simultaneously. Hackett moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University after high school and stayed in the Music City once she graduated from college.

Initially, Hackett's music leaned toward pop. She released an EP called Fury, Fear & Heartbreak in 2013 but first made online waves later that year by recording Lorde's "Royals" with her friend Megan Davies, a cover that earned some attention online, as did her sweet duet with Will Anderson, "Take My Hand (The Wedding Song)." Both led to the 2014 release of Raw, an EP that found her solidifying her acoustic-anchored pop. As the years passed, she opened for pop-oriented country acts like Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts, so she drifted toward adding country to her music, arriving at a blend of soulful, melodic Americana pop. This hybrid was showcased on By the Sun, a 2018 EP that featured the gospel-inflected "Good Intentions" and the flashy 2017 single "Nostalgia." Hackett followed it in 2019 with its companion EP, By the Moon.

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Sloper - "Live At Rockpalast Crossroads Festival (2020)" [Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert]

Live At Rockpalast Crossroads Festival (2020)

"Live At Rockpalast Crossroads Festival (2020)" music video by Sloper
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert
Description : Sloper | Live at Rockpalast Crossroads Festival | 2020

Manchmal ist das Leben einfach: Du rockst mit Gitarren und Schlagzeug, einfach nur weil du es liebst. Das ist Slopers Motto. Um dies umzusetzen, rekrutierten die Drum-Veteranen Cesar Zuiderwijk (Golden Earring) und Mario Goossens (Triggerfinger), den britischen Sänger Pete Shoulder (The Union, Winterville, Silverthorne) und Gitarrist Fabio Canini für eine Band, die einfach guten, altmodischen Rock'n'Roll spielt. Nicht mehr – aber auch nicht weniger.

Wie üblich fing man an mit ein paar Covers, um in Stimmung zu kommen. Bald aber kamen eigene Kompositionen hinzu, alles im klassischen Rock-Stil. Sie müssen das Rad nicht neu erfinden - fette Riffs, doppelte Dschungeltrommeln und eine ausdrucksstarke Stimme reichen, um den Menschen das zu geben, was die Band möchte: eine gute Zeit im altmodischen Sinne, ein einfaches Fallenlassen in die Musik, ein eskapistischer Ausflug in die Welt des Rock ohne überhöhten Kontext. Vor allzu arger Vorhersehbarkeit sind Sloper jedoch gefeit, schon allein das doppelt besetzte Schlagzeug lässt keine Verweise auf Austauschbarkeit zu.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Sloper

Lil Baby - "The Bigger Picture (Rap Life Live Performance)" [Hip-Hop]

The Bigger Picture (Rap Life Live Performance)

"The Bigger Picture (Rap Life Live Performance)" music video by Lil Baby
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Lil Baby - The Bigger Picture (Rap Life Live Performance)

Watch Lil Baby's "The Bigger Picture" Rap Life Live Performance.

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Charismatic, confident Atlanta-bred rapper Lil Baby quickly rose to fame after he launched his career in 2017. Following a series of mixtapes, his popularity exploded in 2018, the year he released Harder Than Ever (which included the Drake-featuring hit "Yes Indeed"), Drip Harder (a collaborative mixtape with Gunna), and Harder Than Ever (his first proper album), all of which entered the Top Ten of the Billboard 200. He topped the chart in 2020 with My Turn.

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Trapboy100 - "TGOxPRE (w. Jay Fizzle)" [Hip-Hop]

TGOxPRE (w. Jay Fizzle)

"TGOxPRE (w. Jay Fizzle)" music video by Trapboy100
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Trapboy100 x Jay Fizzle - “TGOxPRE” (Official Music Video)


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The Unlikely Candidates - "High Low" [Rock & Alternative]

High Low

"High Low" music video by The Unlikely Candidates
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The Unlikely Candidates - High Low (Official Video)

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Directed by: Mattias Russo-Larsson
Produced by: Lewis Atallah
Steadicam: Greg Arch
Production Design: Sakura Heffron
Styling: Nina Kennedy
PA: Lili Russo-Larsson and Aidan Wilhite
Makeup: Kim Green
Hair: Kerry Mendenhall

Song: High Low
Artist: The Unlikely Candidates
Writers: Kyle Morris, Jordan Frye, Derek Fuhrmann
Licensed By: SME; Shok and Awe Publishing; Position Music Publishing; Westbound 101 Publishing; Egg Songs Publishing o/b/o AE Fuhrmann Publishing; Egg Songs Publishing; BMI – Broadcast Music Inc.; ASCAP; The Century Family Inc.; Repertoire Owner: SME US.
Produced By: Derek Fuhrmann


Produced By: Loren Israel, Brooke Heller
Mixed By: Claudius Mittendorfer
Mastered By: Chris Gehringer


Based out of Fort Worth, Texas, the Unlikely Candidates are an indie rock band initially formed as an acoustic duo by childhood friends Kyle Morris and Cole Male in 2008. Eventually expanding the lineup to include guitarist Brenton Carney, bassist Jared Hornbeek, and drummer Kevin Goddard, the band was also able to expand its sound in bigger, more sweeping directions. In 2013, the Unlikely Candidates signed on with major-label Atlantic and released their debut EP, Follow My Feet. In early 2016, the band returned with a hooky new single in "Your Love Could Start a War," which made a strong showing on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart. Two new releases arrived from the band in 2017: the hook-laden Bed of Liars EP and the Danger to Myself EP. The single "Oh My Dear Lord" arrived in 2018.

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Mayday Parade - "Lighten Up Kid (Acoustic)" [Rock & Alternative]

Lighten Up Kid (Acoustic)

"Lighten Up Kid (Acoustic)" music video by Mayday Parade
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Mayday Parade - Lighten Up Kid (Acoustic)

Mayday Parade's "Lighten Up Kid" comes from their upcoming EP 'Out Of Here' - available October 16th! 

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Tags : 2020, 20s, Mayday Parade

Robbie - "Rockstar" [Hip-Hop]


"Rockstar" music video by Robbie
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Robbie - “Rockstar” (Official Music Video)

Rockstar off of Robbie's new mixtape "Verified"

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Boosie Badazz - "Freak Menu (w. K.I The Don Feat.)" [Hip-Hop]

Freak Menu (w. K.I The Don Feat.)

"Freak Menu (w. K.I The Don Feat.)" music video by Boosie Badazz
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Boosie Badazz x K.i The Don Feat. - “Freak Menu”

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Torrence Hatch Jr. (born November 14, 1982), better known by his stage name Boosie Badazz or simply Boosie (formerly Lil Boosie), is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, record producer and executive. He was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by his mother Connie Hatch. Hatch began rapping in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop collective Concentration Camp, eventually pursuing a solo career in 2000 with the release of his debut album Youngest of da Camp. After leaving the label the following year, he signed with Pimp C's Trill Entertainment to release his second studio album, For My Thugz. In total, Hatch has gone on to release seven solo studio albums, as well as six collaborative albums and numerous mixtapes.

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Spice 1 - "Say It Wicha Chest" [Hip-Hop]

Say It Wicha Chest

"Say It Wicha Chest" music video by Spice 1
Added: 08-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Spice 1 - “Say It Wicha Chest” (Official Music Video)

Here is a new video from Legendary West Coast Rapper Spice 1 off his newly released Platinum O.G. The Album is produced entirely by Elder and Ace 1 and features Kurupt, Devin The Dude, Pimp C, Too Short, The Outlawz, Big Mike, Hussein Fatal, Big Syke, Money B, MC Eiht, Lil Eazy E,E Yukmouth, Richie Rich, B-Legit, Nuttso, Nawfside Outlaw, Q Bosilini, and more. Here is the link to the full album.

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Too Short discovered rapper Spice 1, who'd been born in Texas before moving to California. His self-titled debut was as vivid and fatalistic a gangsta album as possible, and his hard-edged, angry, and pessimistic rapping style and tone only added to the despair emanating from the disc. He followed it with an even more bitter and nihilistic release, 187 He Wrote in 1993, complete with simulated gunfire. Other releases included 1995's 1990 Sick and 1997's Black Bossalini (aka Dr. Bomb From Da Bay). Immortalized followed two years later, and in the spring of 2000 Spice 1 returned with Last Dance and Playa Rich Project. A sequel to the latter brought him into 2002, while the Spiceberg Slim album came out that summer. Unlike many rappers in his position, Spice 1 did not suffer a critical backlash from such a high volume of releases in such a short amount of time. He continued to change with the times, and that reflected on his consistant sales and unwavering fanbase.

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