Zip Records and Krugang announce the new EP by Amsterdam's Drummakid is out. It is in stock wherever you lay your head. "Here Goes Nothing" is a five track album and it is chock full of beats and instantly likeable tunes. Drummakid's first single from earlier this year ("Zonin") has two million plays on Spotify alone. "Burn some" and the other four songs are heading in the same direction. College radio will be the target in September for "Here Goes Nothing'".
Snowapple are crisscrossing the European and Baltic zones this summer. Not only are they gracing the stages in their native Netherlands; these formidable girls are teaming up with their Mexican counterparts to play festivals and clubs in Italy, France, Germany and Latvia.
This is a rare opportunity to see the expanded band and the cambia inflection which drives their songs almost (and sometimes) into dance music.
From July 20 to July 30 Snowapple play a trio of venues in Riga, Latvia and they will bring more smiles to the faces of folks in the Latvian outback when they sojourn to a couple of smaller cities. People of Latvia will not know what hit them.
The Latvia tour is a homecoming of sorts for Snowapple's Laura Polence. When she left Riga, little did she suspect she would ever return with a couple of Dutch songstresses and a Mexican wonder band.
The Low Country also has a lot of Snowapple in store for them. Between August 3 and August 19, Snowapple + (Osito, Cynthia, Omar and Dante) carouse the audiences at "the coolest" of the many August festivals in Holland.
Wanna see Laurien (of Snowapple) dazzle the Baby Burn Festival (Amsterdam) with an impromptu climb to the outer edge of a construction crane? This is a GRAPHIC 20 second video so please be warned! (see below)
Snowapple's latest album "Tracks" can be heard wherever and whenever you are ready.
Prominent "singer soul writer" Sabrina Starke brings her "Imagine" show to Amsterdam's Concertgebow on July 22! Together with her ace band, Sabrina adds her glowing charm to songs which have inspired her - they are soundtracks to her life and loves. The show begins at 8:00 PM sharp. If this is culture....bring it on!
July 30 is the date of Raggae Rotterdam and Sabrina will be shifting gears to present songs which span reworks of her hits to a slew of songs by the reggae masters. This is one of the few chances remaining to see this popular touring show of 2016-2017. Come on up or over to Rotterdam and bathe in the cool Jamaican waters!
Later in the summer and fall Sabrina will be recording a new album of original songs. That is the BIGGEST and BEST news but don't wait......if tickets are still available, go see some of her "old stuff".
Hailing from Lima, Peru, Los Outsaiders are a quartet with songs that work in all languages. Their rum fueled garage rock and rollicking shows are the stuff legends are made of. Los Outsaiders have quickly ascended the ranks to become one of the most prominent bands in Peru’s indie rock scene.
After forming in 2011, Los Outsaiders caught the attention of Gordon Raphael (The Strokes, Regina Spektor), who produced their first album, Outsaiders (2014). Since then, the band has toured throughout Mexico, appeared twice at South By Southwest in Austin, Texas, and performed at Primavera Sound Festival 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. They’ve also shared the stage with The Vaccines and Foals in their home city of Lima.
Ahead of their new album with Zip Records, Los Outsaiders recently released two singles, "Magia" (2016) and "Hombre Muerto" (2017). The new album, to be released in early 2018 will be produced in both Peru and Mexico. In addition to touring Latin America in support of the new one, Los Outsaiders will be engaged in a US and European radio campaign.
The new album will be available in CD format as well as accessible through worldwide digital sites. Whether labelled rock, pop, rock en Espanol, the songs are melodically charged soundtracks to our multilingual and multicultural universe.
Los Outsaiders are planning to relocate to Mexico City later in 2017 and their future looks bright.
She already has a full-length album available through a Japanese label (Fickle Island, 2015) which was also successfully released in the US and Benelux. Angela must have met the right people during her Japanese tour in 2015 as Tokyo based label Insense Music Works will now be introducing an exclusive acoustic version of popular single "Nothing Lasts" produced by David Michael Ott (Los Angeles). On June 7th "Nothing Lasts" will appear on the compilation album "HONEY meets ISLAND CAFE - CALIFORNIA DREAMING". This album features artists associated with California and the West Coast. Angela Moyra, originally from the Netherlands, now resides in California and this breezy acoustic song fits her locale perfectly. This new version of "Nothing Lasts" and her upcoming album will inevitably lead to more live appearances next year in Japan.
photo by Sofala Mai
Just back from his UK and Ireland tour, Ed Rogers will now release his 7th full length album "TV Generation". Available June 9, these songs will delight his current fans and surprise those yet to discover the "Brit pop meets New York" vibe of Rogers' material. Comparisons are worthless; Ed Rogers sense of melody and his keen observations of pop culture combine to create songs worthy of a true pop pioneer. At the same time, there is something familiar going on. Get familiar....give a listen to Edward Rogers.
More info here
From Lewston, Idaho to Reading Pennsylvania, Drummakid's new EP "New Kid in Class" is gaining airplay across the country, songs "Zonin" and "Hi Freq Girl" were given a head start by collecting over 3.2 million plays on digital media.
With so much viral action it was obvious that radio would pick up the heat as well. Give a listen to the third most added hip hop title in the non commercial radio world "Hi Freq Girl". During the week of May 29 the album also placed as high as #3 on the hip hop charts by impressive Cambirdge, Massachutes WMBR.
In addition to radio Drummakid's EP has attracted over 3.2 million stream on Spotify.
Read more about Drummakid here.
Dutch 10-piece band Delicious Monsters are back to do what they do best. At Amsterdam's "Mezrab" on Saturday July 1st. How can 9 Dutch guys (and one Zimbabwean) generate so much good vibe music? Find out at 21:30- 1 July at Mezrab (Veerkade 576 Amsterdam).
Tix only 7.50.