acoustic pop

Jonny Polonsky to release new studio album “Kingdom of Sleep” on March 6th 2020

American singer-songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and producer Jonny Polonsky has announced his new album “Kingdom of Sleep”, scheduled for release on March 6th, 2020.

Ahead of that, he presents the lead single “The Weeping Souls” - listen to the new track below. Self-produced by Polonsky, this album was mixed and mastered by Mike Tholen (Chris Connelly, Revolting Cocks).

String Machine sign with Know Hope Records and re-releasing “Death of the Neon” album

Soaring ethereal rhythms and melodies, and the doomed tenderness of where hope and hopelessness dance among the faded soon-to-be ruins of ill-maintained state highways tearing through rural and post-industrial landscapes. The soil here isn’t as fertile as it once was, but sometimes a collective of voices breaks through the frostline. For those who see no future, the future is wide open.

Kristian Harting to release new solo album “The Fumes” on January 24th 2020

Danish multi-instrumentalist Kristian Harting presents his third solo full-length release, “The Fumes”. The artist’s most expansive avant-alternative/folk-inspired material to date, the record is being pressed for January release through his allies at Exile On Mainstream. The cover art, track listing, details, and a brief teaser for “The Fumes” have been posted.
 

David J to release new solo album “Missive to an Angel from the Halls of Infamy and Allure” on October 18th 2019

David J (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets) has announced he will embark on a European and UK tour in support of his album “Missive to an Angel from the Halls of Infamy and Allure”, a highly ambitious and intensely personal, self deprecating, confessional song cycle, which details a period of profound transition. A culmination of everything David J has created thus far, It will be released on double vinyl, CD and digitally as of October 18th, 2019, via London-based Glass Modern Records.

Elvis Depressedly to release new studio album “Depressedelica” on October 4th 2019

Elvis Depressedly, the enigmatic project of prolific songwriter, Mathew Lee Cothran, has announced “Depressedelica”, a brand new full-length album, due out on October 4th, 2019, via Run For Cover Records.

“Depressedelica” marks the North Carolina based musician’s first new album as Elvis Depressedly in four years, following 2015’s critically acclaimed “New Alhambra”.

Fences release music video for new single “A Mission”

Seattle-based Fences, the alter-ego of musician/songwriter Christopher Mansfield, is debuting a new single titled “A Mission” off of his upcoming LP (his first since 2015’s “Lesser Oceans”), to be released this summer.

Wacth the video for “A Mission” below.

“A Mission” is now streaming on all DSPs, here.

The Jasmine Minks to release new 7" single “Step by Step” on March 22nd 2019

Scotland’s The Jasmine Minks have announced their new 7" single, to be released via A Turntable Friend Records, both digitally and on blue vinyl in cardboard sleeve.

With almost the same line-up as on the very first recordings, Jim Shepherd, Martin Keena, Walter “Wattie” Duncan, Tom Reid and former Television Personalities keyboardist Dave Musker and Tom Reid recorded this new material together with producer legend Pat Collier at his Perry Vale Studios in London.

David J to release new 7" single “Thoughts and Prayers” on April 13th 2019

The Schoolkids Records label has announced the new “Thoughts and Prayers” 7" single from David J, which will be released for Record Store Day.

This will be issued on limited edition vinyl in a run of only 500 copies. This is the first great protest song of the year, exclusively for RSD 2019.