• Austin-based, hard/alternative artist, Hanna Barakat, announces the title track from her upcoming album, Sirendue out August 16, 2019, produced by John Moyer (Disturbed).  Born in Texas to an American mother and a Lebanese father, Barakat spent her early years traveling around the world with her family. Barakat pays homage to her roots on the album.  "Blending active rock, metal, and her considerable World music influences, Hanna has a voice and style that demands your attention." (Ghost Cult Magazine) "The new song is a vocally powerful performance by the Texas-native driven by compelling songwriting and thunderous production." (Substream Magazine) Born in Texas to a Lebanese father and American mother,  Barakat combines a variety of influences. "While proudly paying homage to her roots, Barakat has cultivated her own style that merges Arab-Oriental influences with her love of rock music for a stunningly unique and original sound." (Metal Nexus Pure Grain Audio declares, "Artists come and go like skin cells but, sometimes, there are those that truly stand out for their immense talents." LISTEN "SIREN" LISTEN TO SIREN (PRESS ONLY)
  •  Innovative Melbourne-born/NYC-based, Australia-born guitarist Ben Eunson teases greatness to come with his video, "Three of a Kind,” from his debut, instrumental solo album, ACE, due out August 16, 2019 on Ocean Road Sounds .After an illustrious career as a guitarist performing and recording  with acclaimed artists, including John Legend (NBC’s Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center), Lalah Hathaway (Lalah Hathaway Live release show), Queen Latifah, Dave Chappelle (“Controlled Danger” Concert in NYC), and more,  Ben Eunson is fully equipped to take his own spotlight with his distinct guitar stylings.   "A a splendid fusion of prog, jazz and some blues that features Ben’s deft and brilliant guitar playing." (Pancakes and Whiskey) Watch "Three of a Kind"  // LISTEN TO ACE (PRESS ONLY)    
  • Brooklyn-based quartet, Big Cheese, have cooked up their new album, Wild to Be Born,due out on September 13, 2019. Ahead of the release, the band announce their single, “Filthy Rich,”  "a dramatic sonic strut back into the busy Brooklyn music scene, a swagger-filled track with an opening guitar riff too cool to forget." (The Deli Magazine)  Wild to Be Born is Big Cheese’s third full length album. It was recorded at Holy Fang Studios in Brooklyn, produced by Oliver Ignatius (Ezra MIller, The Great American Novel, The Harmonica Lewinskies), and represents the band’s self-proclaimed “grunge wave” genre. In contrast to their previous releases, the new release expands beyond their rock boundaries,  combining their influences that range from dim-Americana to unhinged grunge. LISTEN TO "FILTHY RICH" // LISTEN TO WILD TO BE BORN (PRESS ONLY)  
  • Colorado-born, Brooklyn-based alt/psych band,  Futurist, share the live in-studio video, “Olive Mountain” in anticipation of their new album, Omens, due out September 27, 2019.  Led by central songwriter, Curtis Peel, the project  features psychedelic rock and earnest songwriting, achieving a sound best described as "future-classic." By virtue of experimentation, a multimedia vision, and an energetic delivery, Futurist creates a wall of sound that ignites audiences with their own style and modern mythology."Futurist hearkens to the past with the sounds of strings and colonial drumbeats, but the underlying darkness meshed with sunny demeanor proves they offer enough light to burn."  (The Deli Magazine) WATCH "OLIVE MOUNTAIN" //LISTEN TO OMENS (PRESS ONLY)
  •  To say that alt/rock guitarist/songwriter, Darro Chea, aka Darro,  has faced an uphill battle would be an understatement.  Three days after returning to the US from grad school abroad, the Asian-American musician and producer were diagnosed with a brain tumor. The rehabilitation process sent him back to square one, having to learn to speak, chew and sing all over again. Despite this, Darro has maintained a positive attitude, and has turned to humor and fun to push through hardship, something he dubs as “tumor-humor.” His new single, “You’re Not Insane,” is a prime example. The song is a satirical commentary on how society portrays its individuals.  People tend to show only the pretty sides of themselves when in reality, they are struggling with internal issues.  Darro faced this with his brain tumor; just because he looked physically fine on the outside did not mean he was. Darro pokes fun at the notation that everyone is doing as well as they look. LISTEN TO "YOU'RE NOT INSANE"  
  • Italian alt/electro-rock duo Soaware unveil their debut self-titled album. "Soaware amalgamates heavier ‘90s grunge sonics with swirling ‘80s-related synths scintillation on their music." (Rebel Noise). The track is "a great example of the mix of emotions you’ll hear on Soaware’s debut." (Pure Grain Audio) "SOAWARE are helping people win over their own demons." (Metal Nexus "The band channels the familiar churning magnetic pulse of Industrial, the melancholy soulfulness of Goth, and the rawness of Metal. At the same time, they have experimental, undefinable elements that are purely Soaware "(Ghost Cult Magazine)  . WATCH "I, BEHOLD" / LISTEN TO SOAWARE  
  •  BBC Featured artist and London-based singer/songwriter, Charlie Freeman, aka FREEMAN, announces his new single, “Get Me Started” ahead of his sophomore album, Love, due out September 27, 2019. "Fresh cut “Get Me Started” melds breezy guitar riffs with laid back rock ‘n’ roll undertones." (One Stop Record Shop   “Freeman has it going on! ... a confection of musical elegance, exuding the palpable sentimental energy of adoration and love, the kind of love that’s impervious to reason” (Huffington Post FREEMAN’s creative work doesn’t stop at music, as his acting career began in mid-2017 and includes a starring role in QIYI (Chinese Netflix) film, Chinatown Cannon,as well as lead roles in short films Defector and A Friend in Need. LISTEN TO "GET MSTARTED"