Song Premiere

Song Premiere: Hopper Race, “Caravan”

After touring the world with bands, rock operas, and circuses, electro indie pop artist Hopper Race (Aaron Berk) decided to cut the safety net and make his own music. In 2016, Berk began writing under the moniker Hopper Race. Not satisfied with writing alone, he produced, recorded, mixed, photographed, and filmed nearly every element around his debut EP, Pop Priest. Hopper … Continue reading Song Premiere: Hopper Race, “Caravan”

Song Premiere: The Chain Gang of 1974, “Wildflowers (MONSOONS Remix)”

Having recently released their third full-length album under the moniker The Chain Gang of 1974 FELT, Kamtin Mohager never ceases to amaze music lovers and fans all around the world. The project’s synth-heavy surrealism has evolved over the years, which allows Mohager to continue finding new ways to keep us entertained. Today, Ghettoblaster is excited to premiere The Chain Gang … Continue reading Song Premiere: The Chain Gang of 1974, “Wildflowers (MONSOONS Remix)”

Song Premiere: Moonrise Nation, “Eye To Eye”

Photo by A.W. Klass Masterful indie folk-pop trio Moonrise Nation are set to release their debut album, Glamour Child, July 28 on Zinc Records, a label formed by Bobby Z of Prince’s band, The Revolution. Hailing from Oak Park, Illinois, songwriting and vocal duties are equally shared between guitarist Emma McCall, and sisters keyboardist Arden Baldinger, and cellist Eva Baldinger. … Continue reading Song Premiere: Moonrise Nation, “Eye To Eye”

Song Premiere: David Payne, “Cheaper Than Therapy”

Dayton, Ohio singer-songwriter David Payne, who also happens to be the frontman for Americana-influenced rock band The New-Old Fashioned. is set to release his second solo effort. Cheaper Than Therapy, released eight years after his solo debut Twenty-One, is a six-song EP of acoustic ballads that celebrate the life of a working musician as much as it condemns its frustrations … Continue reading Song Premiere: David Payne, “Cheaper Than Therapy”

Song Premiere: Bern Kelly, “Cash in the Basement”

Photo by Michael Butcher. Musical trends come and go, but strong songwriting is always in vogue. As such, its the guiding principle behind Bern Kelly’s new album, Lost Films, a record that deploys a sweeping array of styles, from power-pop to plaintive folk and reverb-washed Americana. Recorded with an array of the town’s brightest studio pros, including producer Patrick Damphier … Continue reading Song Premiere: Bern Kelly, “Cash in the Basement”

Song Premiere: Wright Brothers, “My Bucketlist”

Growing up in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, brothers Jahmar and Dio Wright were surrounded by music from the jump. Their grandma’s house was ground zero for music, dancing and creating. The Wright Brothers earliest memories are of dance parties with flashing DJ lights cutting the smoky air. And their uncle’s funk band was always laying it down … Continue reading Song Premiere: Wright Brothers, “My Bucketlist”

Song Premiere: Reagan Bombs “Red Thumb”

It’s hard to place Washington, D.C.’s own Reagan Bombs in any musical category.  Composed of DJ/Producer Tittsworth (who has worked with such artists as Q-Tip, Theophilus London, Kid Sister and Pitbull) and DJ/Screenwriter Scott Sanders (Black Dynamite, Thick As Thieves), the duo have spawned a hybrid sound that infuses their hometown’s brand of percussive funk known to many as Go-Go … Continue reading Song Premiere: Reagan Bombs “Red Thumb”

Song Premiere: Double Tiger Shares “Rocking Time”

Brooklyn’s own Double Tiger premieres the track “Rocking Time” (Easy Star Records). Double Tiger is Brooklyn producer/vocalist Jay Spaker that sometimes wears many hats. He’s a Producer and runs the operations at Dub-Stuy Records, one half of Tour De Force, and handles guitar & vocals with John Browns Body.  He’s worked in the past with an assortment of musicians including artists … Continue reading Song Premiere: Double Tiger Shares “Rocking Time”

Song Premiere: Mise en Scene, “Guts/Glory”

Photo by Jesse DiFlorio Winnipeg’s emotive garage pop-rock trio Mise en Scene has returned with their sophomore full length album, Still Life On Fire, due out June 30 on Light Organ Records. The band’s tireless tour and promotion schedule leant inspiration to the creative process for this new collection, begging the question “are you awake in your happiness?” A nod … Continue reading Song Premiere: Mise en Scene, “Guts/Glory”

Song Premiere: Injected, “Death Ray”

In the mid ’90s, Injected, a high-school metal trio, stormed out of the Atlanta underground destroying packed, sweaty clubs with intense and notoriously volatile live shows. Front man, Danny Grady, exuding confidence, crushed Metallica-like and later Angus-worthy riffs with raw power and disarmingly melodic vocals. With rhythm section, Steve Slovisyky (bass) and Chris Wojtal (drums), they were joined by peerless … Continue reading Song Premiere: Injected, “Death Ray”