Sampa The Great Hits As Above, So Below North American Tour
Award-winning Zambian-born Botswana-raised poet and rapper, Sampa The Great is on a roll across North America and Europe with As Above, So Below tour, which is set to delight fans with an eclectic medley of her highly acclaimed 11-track 2022 album As Above, So Below, which is a career-eclipsing record spanning hip-hop, neo-soul, Zamrock, Amapiano, and Southern African rap, and anchored by Sampa The Great’s spoken word in the Zambian-rooted language of Bemba.
Rock Duo Janet Gardner & Justin James New Album ‘No Strings’
Iconic Rock duo Janet Gardner and Justin James return with their brand new album, entitled No Strings, will be available through Pavement Entertainment on June 9, 2023 in the US and Canada. Audiences outside of North America can pick up the album through Frontiers Music. To give fans a taste of this new work, singles “Don’t Turn Me Away” and "85" had been released in March, 2023, and is available now on all streaming platforms.
Dan Mangan is "Going Somewhere" Near You!
Dan Mangan, the celebrated Canadian singer-songwriter kicks off his tour with three special, intimate US shows in May 2023, starting at the Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles, then at the Madame Lou's in Seattle, and at the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland before travelling to the United Kingdom in June and then going back to Canada for his major 5-month tour all over his homeland country.
Dan will be promoting his latest album, ‘Being Somewhere’, which is available on CD, Vynil, and MP3 download. The album is marked by Mangan’s singular wit and a respectful deference to the quagmire of existence.
PLUSH New Anthem "Left Behind" Fuels Spring’23 Tour
An all-female rock band PLUSH is continuing their mission to bring rock back to the forefront of the music industry with a release of a brand new single, entitled “Left Behind.”
This new fire charged hit can be reckoned as a rock anthem. “Left Behind” demonstrates the band’s heavier side led by Moriah Formica’s fierce and powerful belting with aggressive range of vocal lines such as “We’re the cast-outs of society, one big, twisted family,” fueled with ferocious riffs, down tuned guitars, over the top vocals, and blasting beats and fills of impeccable metal drumming.
2023 COUTURE & CARS FASHION SHOW
The 5th annual COUTURE & CARS FASHION SHOW will take place at the LeMay – America’s Car Museum on Saturday, July 22nd from 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Event Name: The 2023 Couture & Cars Fashion Show
Event Date: Saturday, July 22nd 6:00 pm -11:00 pm
Event Location: LeMay-America’s Car Museum
Event Website: www.coutureandcars.com
Fashion District NW have merged their love of fashion and cars to bring you this unique fashion show experience! This fabulous showcase includes both couture clothing designers and couture accessory designers from the northwest region.
K-Pop Prodigy SHAUN Tours North America First Time Ever
South Korean singer-songwriter, music producer, and DJ, SHAUN is known for his viral hit single “Way Back Home”, which during the time of its release charted over K-pop super groups such as TWICE, BLACKPINK and BTS, according to Billboard.
SHAUN has hit the road now for his first ever North American Tour. It kicked off in Los Angeles on April 14th, the tour will weave through eight cities, wrapping up in Chicago on April 24th. SHAUN will be performing all his greatest hits, including his recent collaboration with global artist Jeff Satur, “Steal The Show.”
Julia Wolf Releases Debut Album Good Thing We Stayed. Starts Headlining Tour On Feb 10th 2023
Self-made newcomer, the indie-pop darling Julia Wolf has dropped her captivating debut record Good Thing We Stayed via BMG ahead of her Gothic Babe Tendencies headline tour, which starts Feb. 10 in Atlanta.
Soaring past 50 million global streams across Julia’s discography, Good Thing We Stayed features acclaimed tracks “Hot Killer,” “Virginity,” “Dracula,” “Get Off My,” her collab with blackbear, “Gothic Babe Tendencies,” and now focus track, “Rookie of the Year.”
Uncured Releases New Single “Let’s Break Out” from upcoming ‘My Design’ EP
There are songs that not just radiate emotions but tell a compelling story. Such songs definitely stand out as their lyrics, amplified with powerful music, deeply resonate with people, with their own feelings, thoughts, and experiences. The story told in the new single "Let's Break Out" by New Jersey rockers Uncured is a mesmerizing manifestation of empowerment that encourages freedom and individuality.
The song was released on January 27, 2023 as a part of the band’s upcoming EP My Design, which is anticipated to become materialized in the summer on June 2, 2023, via Pavement Entertainment. "Let's Break Out" official music video was released on February 10.
2022 Sonic Guild Grant Recipients Announced
(SEATTLE, WA – February 16th, 2023) - Sonic Guild Seattle chapter (formerly known as Black Fret Seattle) has announced ten winners of its 2022 giving season. Each Seattle-based artist will receive an $8000 unrestricted grant to support their music and creative growth and development. The total amount distributed is $80,000 dedicated to creating and performing extraordinary new music.
MEET 2022 SEASON GRANT WINNERS:
Brittany Davis, Cumulus, Dean Johnson, Deep Sea Diver, King Youngblood, La Fonda, Shaina Shepherd, Small Paul, Thunderpussy, Wild Powwers
Weaponized Misery by Oceans on Orion, ft. Ran Yerushalmi - New Single Release
Tel Aviv, May 20th 2022 - Oceans On Orion reveals their third single Weaponized Misery featuring a special guest - Ran Yerushalmi, a frontman of the Walkways band, taken from OOO’s upcoming album to be released soon via LMH Records. The new single offers powerful duo extending the band’s musical range and vocal styles fueled by shredding guitars of Sergei Metalheart and Amit Fortus and driven by heavy rhythm section charged by bassist / vocalist Guy Schwartz and drummer Aviram Zeevy.
The duo is unpacking the polarizing tension of living through constant conflict. In a misshapen mirror image of the political dynamics of the day, the two singers square off to the thunderous beat of the song's heavy rhythm section. They exchange accusations and denounce the others' narrative. In the end, there is no resolution, only the unified march, and suffering of those condemned to live under these circumstances.