Irish band ALL TVVINS have announced their second album, ‘JUST TO EXIST’, will be released April 12 on Faction Records. The James Vincent McMorrow co-produced album is preceded by the brand new taster tracks, ‘Build A Bridge’, which premiered on Billboard, and ‘My Future’. ALL TVVINS will be headlining at Dublin’s National Stadium on April 13, ahead of UK and European dates in May. ‘Build A Bridge’ and ‘My Future’ are available to stream now, while ‘Just To Exist’ can be pre-ordered.
Byron Bay school friends Parcels relocated to the creative hub of Berlin to further their musical journey. Now signed to Kitsune/Because, the band won a legion of fans with their early EPs, which showcased a compelling electro sound that was as forward thinking as it was retro sounding. Citing Beach Boys, Chic, and Steely Dan amongst their primary influences, the band’s self-titled debut album has a clear seventies feel, but does it hold enough weight within its 12 tracks to pack a powerful punch for international success?
Acclaimed jazz saxophonist Steve Wilson looks forward to an active Autumn and Winter, as he confirms headlining concerts at Blues Alley in Washington D.C. and at Jazz Standard in New York City, as well as collaborations with Billy Childs and Chick Corea, and an expansion of his ongoing educational efforts.
It was a sold out show at London’s Omeara, a club built under the arches of London Bridge railway station. Owned by Ben Lovett, of Mumford & Sons, it opened in late 2016 and has swiftly become a popular venue for alternative artists. You don’t get much more alternative than Nahko and Trevor Hall – the latter on his first visit to London – but we knew what to expect and got all of it and then some.
Nahko’s most recent album, ‘My Name Is Bear’ was released last year to critical acclaim, and is a collection of tracks from his formative years as an artist, and a prequel to his work with Medicine For The People. Now he’s set to release ‘Hamakua’ on April 13: a 3 track EP including acoustic versions of songs from the album; the title track ‘Hamakua’, ‘Dragonfly’, and ‘Be Here Now’.