15 years have passed since the British electronic pop trio Zoot Woman’s first album ‘Living In A Magazine’ was released. And the release of the last album ‘Things Are What They Used To Be’ is already 5 years ago. The fourth album ‘Star Climbing’ will... read full story»
Austin’s self-described ‘No-No Wave/Dub/Scum Rock’ band, Spray Paint, hit us with their third full length ‘Clean Blood, Regular Acid’ – out September 23 on Monofonus Press. After a heavy year of two LPs, two 7″s, a successful tour with Protomartyr, Spray... read full story»
CreativeLive will broadcast a free course on the Fractal Audio Axe-Fx, “Using the Axe-Fx,” on August 5 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. PDT / 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. EDT. The class will be hosted by world-renowned songwriter, music instructor and creator of the YouTube sensation... read full story»
Earlier this year the twenty one-year-old UK singer/producer Shift K3Y made an explosive debut when he released “Touch” in the U.K, which charted at the #3 spot on the UK singles charts and sold over 200K copies. Pitchfork praised the track, calling it “classic UK Garage, as... read full story»
Concord, NC’s Messenger Down have released their new single, entitled “The Snake in the Sheets,” off of their new album, What Should Have Been Said. The release is in the form of a lyric video designed by Paul Wood of ithinkidesign.
After premiering several successful video... read full story»
Grace Kelly may not be a real life princess, but she is certainly jazz royalty. Wynton Marsalis was so impressed with Kelly’s three-night stand as guest of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra that he invited her to join the ensemble at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater in Washington,... read full story»
The 25 year-old Pharo, whose blend of pop, rock, and R&B has earned her comparisons to Katy Perry and Pink, stands behind Haley Pharo, her debut album that Haywire Records released in April. Haley Pharo was produced by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun., Beyonce) and includes tracks co-written by... read full story»
Taken from the soon to be release EP is single ‘The Way Down’, for which the quintet have unveiled a new video that can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/ecc3zWXFreI. Directed by Richard Dimery (More Than Life, The Cold Harbour), it was shot in the rehearsal space, where much of the EP... read full story»
Montreal’s THE AGONIST will release their new album EYE OF PROVIDENCE on November 11 in North America and on November 10 in Europe/Australia/New Zealand. EYE OF PROVIDENCE is the follow up to THE AGONIST’s 2012 album PRISONERS and will be the debut of new vocalist Vicky Psarakis. The... read full story»
Nikki Lane is thrilled to announce she will make her television debut on Conan Monday, August 4. The Nashville-based musician, recently singled out in both Rolling Stone’s summer and July “10 New Artists You Need To Know” features as well as a breaking artist print profile, will proceed the... read full story»
Two years ago, I had the opportunity to check out Righteous Vendetta as they played in Purgatory at the Masquerade in Atlanta. I had never heard of them until that night. I have to say, they caught my eye and more importantly my ear from the very first song of their set. After the show, I... read full story»
Many artists become political after making the “big-time”, however, relative newcomers Madison Rising started out political from the band’s name to lyrical content to where they have performed.
Madison Rising, originally took the Madison from the street where their studio was on, then... read full story»
Friday the 13th Special for HellhoundMusic readers:
AndiHHM talked with Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox and Monoxide to find out what the rest of 2014 looks like for the horrorcore/rap duo. Detroit’s painted rappers dish about their plans and their fans. Check out their website for new music and... read full story»
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Leighton Antelman, the vocalist and primary lyricist for Lydia. The band had been on tour with Golden Sun and Hrvrd, performing their widely-acclaimed album “Illuminate”, from front to back. I chatted with Antelman about the tour, their writing process,... read full story»
HHM: The lifespan for most bands these days is a lot smaller these days than what it used to be pre-internet. What keeps you guys going after more than 25 years in the business?
Jeffrey Nothing: Skinny and I started writing and performing together in Hatrix, our band prior to Mushroomhead in 1989,... read full story»
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Upon hearing Jesse Denaro’s new album, Dear Love, set for independent release on May 13th, listeners may not know the amount of work Denaro did to create music that resounds with love, longing, and positivity through turmoil. An excerpt from his Bio states:
“I... read full story»
Interview with Athens, GA Rock band Lullwater while on tour with Passafire
HHM: This is pretty interesting tour package, are you finding that you guys are getting to play in front of a group of people that you might not normally get to play for?
John: Yeah, it’s been a diverse crowd. We were a... read full story»
photo: Krystl Vest
From the category, “Guess Who’s Not on the List”, followed by a frantic series of phone calls across the country, I managed to get into the Masquerade in Atlanta to sit down with Framing Hanley’s vocalist, Nixon, to get the scoop on their latest release The Sum of Who... read full story»
I had the privilege of sitting down with Craig backstage at The NorVa in Norfolk, VA on April 22, 2014.
Read the interview below or You can also watch the interview on Youtube
HHM: First off, I have to say, Devil, there’s some pretty amazing stuff on there. I am a pretty big fan of the record.... read full story»
It’s another cold, rainy spring night in Atlanta. I found myself travelling to the north side of town to the 120 Tavern in Marietta to catch up with one of Atlanta’s up and coming Metal bands, ThroatpuncH. Over the past year, I have had the opportunity to see ThroatpuncH take the stage... read full story»