TheBunnyTheBear FoodChainOne of the most interesting, original and prolific bands in recent years, THE BUNNY THE BEAR are back with their fourth and most mature album to date, Food Chain. Their genre-bending style of animated dance beats, gigantic, melodic, operatic choruses coupled with ethereal, metallic overtures will transform and transport you to another world

LocalNativesLA’s own Local Natives are celebrating the one-year anniversary of Hummingbird, their critically acclaimed sophomore LP, by teaming up with SoundCloud to make the album stems available for free download. Beginning today, fans can download stems, remix their favorite tracks, and upload the songs to the band’s website. Local Natives will pick their favorites, and promote them across their networks! Additionally, the band has released a brand new remix to “Ceilings (Local Natives Remix)” - Listen NOW!

MeganJoySinger-songwriter & American Idol season 8 finalist Megan Joy released her album Free to Fly onJanuary 14th! This highly anticipated release is the first since Megan successfully fan-funded her debut, self-titled album in 2012. While writing and recording in LA and NY, she collaborated with Goldfinger frontman & producer John Feldman (We Are The In Crowd, The Veronicas), Peter Zizzo (Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion), Bleu (Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez), and Scott Simons (Drake Bell, Chris Rene).

TonightAliveRising Australian rock band Tonight Alive has announced today that they will be returning to the U.S. this Spring as direct support for legendary bands Taking Back Sunday and The Used on their upcoming co-headlining tour. Tonight Alive will join the tour on March 18th in Phoenix AZ, through the last stop in Orlando, FL on April 27th. Tickets will be available for pre-sale today at 2PM (local time) at or and available to the general public on Friday, January 31st at 10AM (local time).

SavagesBritish post-punk outfit Savages released the video for “Strife,” a song off of their highly-lauded debut album Silence Yourself, out now via Matador/Pop Noire. The striking black and white video, inspired by a murder scene in the novel The Stranger by Albert Camus, features two men fighting on a vacant beach to a tragic end. The video is directed by Antoine Carlier, French director and co-founder of Pop Noire with Savages’ Jehnny Beth.

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