The Head and the Heart was the musical guest yesterday on The Ellen Show. They performed “All We Ever Knew” from their latest album, Signs of Light, out now via Warner Bros. Records. Watch the performance below and see The Head and the Heart on tour.
Jenny Hval‘s new album, Blood Bitch, is now streaming in full via NPR Music. The accompanying article describes the album as “an unmistakably human cross-section, Hval’s great asset is her ability to turn an X-ray into a wonder cabinet.” Blood Bitch is due out September 30th via Sacred Bones Records and includes the previously-released tracks “Period Piece,” “Conceptual Romance” and “Female Vampire.” Listen to the album below and see Jenny Hval live.
Jason Isbell took home two Americana awards last night for Song of the Year and Album of the Year. Southeastern Records released the album Something More Than Free last year, which includes the award-winning song “24 Frames.” View the complete list of winners and see Jason Isbell on tour.
Pixx released a video for the song “Grip.” Stereogum praises the video’s use of “gravity-defying, disorienting effects to suspend the singer-songwriter in midair, flip her upside-down, and shift the balance of the room as she alluringly delivers her lyrics.” The song is the first single from her debut album, due out in early 2017 via 4AD. Watch the video below.
DIANA premiered a new track, “Confession,” via The Fader. The accompanying article commented that the song ”disguises its lyrical hostility with upbeat synth bass and slick guitar.” The track is featured on their forthcoming album, Familiar Touch, due out November 18th via Culvert Music. Listen to the track below and see DIANA live.
Billions proudly announces our newest client, Noname. Born Fatimah Warner, Noname is an artist from Chicago, Illinois who blurs the lines of poetry and rap through the music she creates. Her recently released debut mixtape, Telefone, drew acclaim from outlets like Pitchfork, Spin, and Rolling Stone, who called the collection “some of the year’s most thought-provoking hip-hop.” Following Telefone’s success, Noname has performed in support of Ms. Lauryn Hill, who recently hand-picked Noname to open for her on tour.