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Ural Thomas Still Has That Magic Touch

Ural Thomas has a new album, The Right Time, coming out with his band Ural Thomas & The Pain, via Tender Loving Empire. Thomas is best known for opening for legends such as Otis Redding and the Rolling Stones. Now, at 80 years old, Thomas is releasing a brand new album. The album is a great one, proving that time can’t dull a talent and passion for making music. On “No Distance (Between You & Me),” his voice is fresh, bright, and full of a hopeful energy that is heartening to hear. On some slower songs, like “Gotta Say (I Love You),” Thomas’ crooning is incredibly tender and smooth. It easily rivals acts such as The Miracles. Yet, despite how rooted in 60’s R&B Thomas is, it doesn't mean his music isn’t for the modern day. Ural Thomas makes music that could soothe any heartbreak or put some fire in anybody's step, be it the 60s or 2018. While the album won't be out till September 28th, you can pre-order the album now, here. Ural Thomas & The Pain will also be playing the Aladdin Theater a day after the release, on Sep 29th.

 

  -By Avril Carrillo, Photo By Brud Giles





Deanna Devore: Interview and New Single

Deanna Devore released the latest single, “Effortlessly” from her forthcoming EP, "Half and Half”, this week. We thought it would be the perfect time to release the interview we did with her over the summer. We get a little technical and learn a great deal about Deanna's recording process, her approach to this new EP and her live performances. You can read the full interview here.

You can help Deanna celebrate the release of her EP on September 30th at Schubas with Tiny Deaths and Decima.





New Mothers LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Render Another Ugly Method is the new album from Georgia transplants Mothers, and is out now via ANTI- Records. Whether subtlety set adrift or racing toward an undeclared destination, the band occupies a semi-chaotic, heady space that follows Kristine Leschper’s vocal lead. There’s an unpredictability to the release, as the band shifts between a chilly serenity and frenetic flashes of energy. Supported by Mega Bog, Mothers will be headlining Johnny Brenda’s on Saturday, November 3.





New Track: "Ain't Sh*t" - Bri Steves

As we await the debut album from Bri Steves, which is due out via Atlantic Records, her latest single “Ain't Sh*t,” produced by BNYX stokes the fire. Suspenseful keys merge into a heavy, bass-forward beat, meshing with the rising artist's confident, aggressive delivery. Unwavering while holding her ground, the local emcee easily separates herself from the pack. Steves is slated to appear at Wells Fargo Center on Friday, October 26, as part of Powerhouse 2018.





New single and basketball-filled video for "Wrong" from pronoun

The streak of singles from pronoun -- the solo indie pop project of Alyse Vellturo -- continues with "wrong", a track with a catchy riff and a lyric addressing loneliness and ended relationships. Along with the new song comes a video of Vellturo playing basketball against a team of suit-and-tie clad drones, all of whom eventually become her teammates dressed in pink. Those drones -- played by her fellow artists on the Sleep Well label such as Cape Francis, Charles Fauna, and Sulene -- symbolize Vellturo turning her feelings from lonely to positive and self-affirming through the power of fun and freedom. Watch the video for "wrong" below. - Will Sisskind

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