The spooky music video Crystal Pastis directed for Jamestown Pagans is now live. Well done Crystal!
With Confidence have released the third and final single from their upcoming album Love and Loathing, the band’s second full length, out August 10 on Hopeless Records. Fans can check out the new song, “Moving Boxes” and the video below.
L.A. trio Dreamers arrived with a bang in 2016, scoring a radio hit with the single “Sweet Disaster” and going deeper with songs such as “Painkiller” and “Drugs” from their debut full-length “This Album Does Not Exist.”
Just one day after being announced as support on Underoath’s Erase Me Tour alongside Dance Gavin Dance, former-metalcore-turned-rock outfit The Plot In You have just dropped a remarkable new video for their track “The One You Loved” taken from their recently released LP Dispose.
Everyone deserves love, even Big Foot. Just like regular homo sapien love, Sasquatchs have to be careful who they give their hearts to. Love is a dangerous game, but when it’s right, it’s amazing, and that’s the kind of love the modern Big Foot finds in Kygo and Imagine Dragon’s music video for “Born To Be […]
Finally, one of the greatest bars from this year has been immortalized in a music video. I’m obviously talking about “School was very hard (gang.)” While Tay-K’s lyrical capacities have yet to be tapped into since his tenure in prison, the rapper is still making waves as the “Free Tay-K” grows every day. another video […]
CROWN THE EMPIRE has dropped the absolutely epic new song and video for “20/20”. This marks the band’s first new music since the release of the 2016 fan favorite “Retrograde”.
Hollywood Undead have released a new song, that may actually be considered a “song of the summer” contender. LIsten to “Gotta Let Go” in the player above. Glad they shot this here at the studio
Singer songwriter Julia Michaels has shared an addictive new single, titled “Jump.” The song features an appearance from Ohio rapper Trippie Redd. “Jump” is Michaels’ first solo single since last year’s Nervous System project. Glad to have you guys over at the studio.
This comeback track has been touted as the first track recorded by the three of Smashing Pumpkins’ founding members, frontman Billy Corgan, guitarist James Iha and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin. Another creative video shot at the Escarpment.