Heir who hail from Leeds have returned with their new single Spare Room. The quintet never fail to encapsulate a real sense of joy on their music, and listening to this will give you some much welcome endorphins.
Spare Room is the first of a 4 new releases as Heir prepare to drop an EP within the coming weeks. The band consists of a quintet of friends, who have been making their DIY-pop music together since
See the songwriting notes below, which the band shared with their fanbase on social media:
The five-piece are renowned for their wholeheartedly energetic and atmospheric live shows, we can’t wait to see them back on stage playing their new music!
Make sure you keep up to date with these guys and their new releases, you can find Heir on social media below:
Twitter | Spotify | Instagram | Facebook
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London based desert rockers, The Howlers have teamed up with Isle of Wight Indie Record Label Chalkpit Cassette Club for a limited edition physical cassette of their latest EP ‘The Sum Of Fears’. A six track release which includes the unreleased bonus track ‘Im An Animal’, the cassettes are released as an exclusive 150 copy run with each copy being hand numbered.
Blending sunny, reverb washed psyche with the guitar-driven rhythms of classic 70s
rock, east-London trio The Howlers have gained much praise and attention across the media with a whole host of national radio play and high profile sync placements including BT Sport, SkySports, SoccerAM, Brooklyn 99 and Alex Rider.
‘The Sum Of Fears’ EP showcases some of the trios finest work, biting, organic and tight. the bands blend of modern indie with classic, Rolling Stones-esque rock capturing a charm and vibe with the simplicity yet effectiveness of their instrumentation. Spring reverb soaked, frequently fuzzy guitar lines blend with the the punching drums and driving bass to create a soundscape full of attitude with an effortless edge. The spikey, brooding delivery of the vocals tops the off the bands dark indie-rock sound with a swagger. It’s easy to see why this band have gained such great support so far with a sound that sounds as though it would sit perfectly on Radio X’s or BBC Radio 6 Music’s playlist. It’s also easy to hear how the bands somewhat vintage sound would really suit a cassette.
Speaking on the release, Silas Gregory founder of Chalkpit Cassette Club said: “We have been a huge fan of The Howlers for sometime, a true independent band pushing for greatness. Their sound and energy is unmatched and we are thrilled to be collaborating with them in this limited edition version of their debit EP.”
Speaking about the EP the band said: “Thee Sum of Our Fears is simply exactly that, music we wrote to help us understand and come to terms with all the hard times we have been through, it’s fair to say we have had more than our fair share but through it all we are still here”
Find out more and order the cassette here – https://www.chalkpitcassetteclub.com/cassettes/p/the-howlers-the-sum-of-our-fears-ep-limited-edition-cassette-tape
‘The Sum Of Our Fears’ Cassette Tracklist:
Lost Without You
I Don’t Love You All The Time
The Sum Of Our Fears
I’m An Animal (BONUS TRACK)
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StreetWave Media presents an exclusive interview is hip hop female artist, SKG located in Los Angeles, California. After our interview, check out additional info about SKG and the linked below…
1. What made you decide to jump into the music industry or music business?
I grew up lovng music. My Older Brother actually help me discover my artistic side of creating.
2. What do you think makes you stand out from all the other aspiring and upcoming artists in your genre of music?
I think my ability to keep going and not give up. My Diversity and the way I connect my audience to my music.
3. If you could collaborate with ANY artist/band… Who would you choose and why?
Ive collabed with alot of Artist already but im excited for a future collab with Jadakiss.
4. What do you think is your biggest Advantage and your biggest Disadvantage about being an Indie artist?
My biggest advantage is my knowledge. My biggest disadvantage is being a female with an aggressive attitude in a male dominated industry.
5. Do you prefer the Independent route or would you rather sign to a major record label, and why?
I prefer the independent route because it gives me more freedom
6. Out of all the songs you’ve released, what do you think is your Best song and why?
I think my feature with Pac because he such a fucken Legend!
7. Do you miss the era of CD sales OR do you prefer the new wave of music streaming? Explain…
I do kinda miss the era of CD sales.
8. Between creating in the studio OR performing live on stage, which is your most enjoyable one and why?
I love creating in the studio. I love vibing out to the beats while coming up with new concepts.
9. During your entire journey through the music business, what would you consider your Worst experience?
My Worst experience is when a group of people lied on me and tried to blackball me. It taught me never give another human power over what you were destined to do.
10. What would you consider your most successful or proudest moment in your music career, so far?
Writing, Performing and Featuring on Pac Until The end of time album
11. If any, what discourages you the Most about music industry these days?
The Street Politics behind it
12. What inspires you the Most about the music industry these days?
The freedom to create and express myself
13. If you wasn’t in the music business or industry, what do you think you would be doing with your life instead?
I would definetly be an Attorney
14. In your own opinion, What is the current music scene like in your local area?
Not supportive of female rappers
15. What is your latest release and where fans can find it?
My Latest release is my song called “Bad Azz Bitch” Featuring Boosie and Heatboom and its available on all music streaming platforms
16. What is on your agenda or what can fans expect to see from you in 2021?
To Drop My Album in December called “Unfinished Business” and to continue creating music
Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heleciachoyce/
Additional Info about SKG:
From Tupac Album to Modern Day Industry, SKG Continues To Drop Heat
When it comes to rappers, Femcee SKG can go head to head on the beat with any male artist in the game.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Helecia Choyce came up around one of hip hop’s most precious eras. Rap was her calling, and she knew it the moment she heard musical influences like Tupac, Nas, Biggie, Missy Eliot, and Lil Wayne. She would become acquaintances with none other than Death Row honcho, Suge Knight who gave Helecia her stage name, SKG which stands for “Suge Knight Girl.”
SKG had a talent for creating diversified music that had fans of varying backgrounds and locations jamming and shouting her lyrics like it was their own. Her name rose alongside the late great, Tupac, for whom she received writing credit and a Platinum Plaque for her work on his album, “Until The End Of Time.” Her fame was reaching into new heights with bangers that had crowds moving at her performances. Her latest single, “Bad Azz Bitch” featuring Boosie BadAzz and Heataboom shows SKG’s hit-making ability while owning her throne as one of the best Femcee’s doing it. The track is the warm-up to her upcoming album, “Unfinished Business” which features the aforementioned Boosie BadAzzz aka Lil Boosie, Paul Wall, Dave East, Suga Free and Anthony Hamilton.
Given the heat that comes from her new single, “Bad Azz Bitch” her upcoming album is going to be nothing but flames. Follow the Death Row protégé and run streaming numbers up on her new single.
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Unsigned artist? The best music discovered on Right Chord Music is added to one of our three Lost On Radio, Spotify Playlists.
Lost On Radio Podcast
Lost On Radio began life as the name of our Podcast in 2010. We recorded almost three hundred episodes. The Podcast was created to showcase incredible unsigned artists from around the world. As the name suggests our aim was to champion artists overlooked by radio or pushed to the late-night fringes. To date, the Lost On Radio Podcast has attracted listeners from over 175 different countries. You can find the show on all good Podcast players including Spotify, aCast and Entale.
Lost On Radio Playlists
The editorial team at RCM now lovingly curate three ever-evolving Lost On Radio Spotify Playlists, to champion the best new unsigned artists and independent music we discover.
Lost On Radio Explorer
Lost On Radio Explorer is our original and biggest playlist, it’s designed for the most intrepid musical explorers. Discover incredible unknown and undiscovered artists.
Lost On Radio Breezy
We recognised our Explorer playlist might be a little heavy for some people, so we recently launched Lost On Radio Breezy a collection of upbeat and breezy new and undiscovered indie gems discovered and curated by the Right Chord Music new music blog. As is the RCM way all music is from unsigned and independent artists.
Lost On Radio Fresh Retro
Our third playlist ‘Fresh Retro’ transports you back to a time when life was easier. This playlist contains new music with a retro sound and retro classics that still sound fresh.
How do I get my music on a Lost On Radio playlist?
Any music submitted to the Right Chord Music Blog will automatically be considered for Lost On Radio Playlist inclusion. Alternatively, if you just want to submit to the playlists without the blog head to the Soundplate website.
Lost On Radio Music Discovery T-Shirts
Wear, share and support incredible new music! Our QR code enabled music discovery t-shirts are available now in our shop.
Scan the QR Code on the t-shirt to discover new music via our Lost On Radio Explorer playlist. Profits from the sale of every t-shirt are reinvested to promote the playlist and the unsigned artists that feature on it.
Why Lost On Radio is important for unsigned artists
Daytime radio is dominated by major label artists. Consequently, as an unsigned artist, it is incredibly difficult to secure daytime radio play-listing. Hiring a radio plugger is expensive and for unsigned artists, the cost frequently outweighs the returns. Faced with these challenges Spotify provides a powerful alternative way for unsigned artists to build buzz and earn an income.
Although landing a place on an official Spotify editorial playlist can have a dramatic impact on your income, competition is fierce. Therefore, getting your music on independent playlists like Lost On Radio can provide a vital stepping stone to build online buzz to get on Spotify’s radar.
RCM Recommends on The Daydream Club Presents Podcast
The Daydream Club Presents is a weekly music discovery show hosted by Adam and Paula Pickering (aka The Daydream Club). Expect a diverse and eclectic mix of music spanning alternative, ambient, electronic, Indie-folk, and experimental music.
Unlike a typical Podcast, every Stream goes to the featured artist, so show your support by listening, following and sharing. Any music discovered on The Daydream Club Presents Podcast can also be easily dragged and added to your own playlists. This is music discovery made easy.
The duo play music from their influences, personal favourites, talented friends and provide exclusive behind the music insights into their own creative process.
Right Chord Music is proud to support the show. Each week we delve into our blog and playlist archives to select one incredible unsigned or independent artist to feature on the Podcast.
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