Daily Archives: July 4, 2017

Raven Black Announces "The Hex O’Clock Tour"

Raven Black has announced that they will be hitting the road for their Hex O’Clock Tour. Launching July 8th in Guadalajara, MX, the tour winds through the Midwest and up the East Coast before finishing …Read More


From The Depth Releases Video for "I Don’t Wanna Be Me"

From The Depth has released a new video for a cover song of ” I Don’t Wanna Be Me” by Type O Negative. Check it out over HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News



Inertia is showing off their skills in their new Kingdom Hearts 2 themed video, “Sanctuary.” The cover video features lead vocalist Dillon Forst playing an array of instruments to create an innovative alternative rock version …Read More



American Idol alum Camille Peruto is back with a brand new music video for her single “Silent Melody,” a track off her latest LP “From The Sea To The Sky.” Combining elements of folk, pop, …Read More


MusicDish Review: Xi'an Post-Punk Band FAZI 3rd Album "Heart Of Desire"

With Their Usual Blunt Directness, FAZI Once Again Created Music That Awakens The Listeners, Arranged Thick And Deep, Graceful, Velvety Sounds To Adorn This Album http://feeds.feedburner.com/musicdish-complete


Funeralglade Releases Video for "Shadow of Misery"

Funeralglade has released a new video for “Shadow of Misery”. Check it HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News


Hear Meek Mill's Surprise New Mixtape 'Meekend Music II'

Meek Mill unveiled a surprise new mixtape, Meekend Music II, Tuesday. The four-track release includes collaborations with YFN Lucci, Barcelini and Eearz, as well as production from Mike Will Made-It, Dougie, Papamitrou and Street Runner.

Meekend Music II opens with the soulful and somber “Save Me,” which finds Meek Mill mulling obligations to his hustle and his family in an auto-tuned warble.

“Young Nigga Dreams” is a far more brash and boastful with a stomping beat to match, while on “Bag Talk” Meek Mill unleashes a breathless deluge over trap percussion and twinkling piano. Meanwhile, the Mike Will-produced “Organized Chaos” is a fast-paced, ominous offering that boasts an impressive turn from rising Atlanta MC Eearz and an array of clever yet devastating bars from Meek Mill like, “Freddie Kruger with the Ruger/ They’ll kill you when you’re talkin’ peace/ Learned that shit from Martin Luther.”

Meek Mill teased Meekend Music II with an Instagram post Monday. The rapper shared the first installment of the mixtape series in May, releasing a three-track project that included collaborations with Young Thug and A$AP Rocky. A few weeks later, Meek Mill shared another new song, “Glow Up.”

In a recent interview with Los Angels radio station Real 92.3, Meek Mill said that he had finished his next full-length album, Wins and Losses, though a release date has yet to be announced. Meek Mill’s last LP, Dreams Worth More Than Money, arrived in 2015, while last year he released his Dreamchasers 4 mixtape. 

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Watch Foo Fighters Debut Bruising New Song 'Dirty Water'

The Foo Fighters debuted a scorching new song, “Dirty Water,” during their concert at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris Monday. The track will appear on the group’s upcoming LP, Concrete and Gold, out September 15th.

“Dirty Water” begins as a no frills alt-rock tune that finds Dave Grohl singing over a well-textured blend of jangly guitars. But eventually, the Foo Fighters let their steady vamp recede and — following a brief second of silence — commence head banging as they tear through the song’s blistering, arena-sized second half.

Prior to “Dirty Water,” the Foo Fighters premiered another Concrete and Gold cut, “Lah Dee Da,” onstage in Iceland. The band first teased their new record with a surprise new song, “Run.”

Concrete and Gold follows the Foo Fighters’ 2014 album Sonic Highways and their 2015 follow-up EP, Saint Cecilia. The band recorded Concrete and Gold with contemporary pop producer Greg Kurstin, who has worked with Adele, Sia, Pink and more.

The Foo Fighters will embark on a North American tour in support of Concrete and Gold October 14th in Richmond, Virginia. The group will also headline a new one-day festival, Cal Jam 17, October 7th in San Bernardino, California. The lineup also features Queens of the Stone Age, Cage the Elephant and Liam Gallagher.

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Hear Mike Love, John Stamos Recreate Beach Boys' Rousing 'Do It Again'

Mike Love enlisted actor John Stamos and Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath for a new version of the Beach Boys‘ 1968 hit “Do It Again.” Love shared the track ahead of the Beach Boys’ Fourth of July concert outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., which will air as part of PBS’ annual A Capitol Fourth special.

The new version of “Do It Again” features the same catchy arrangement as the original, though Love happily injects the stomping drum beat and beach boogie guitar with a little extra rock and roll power. Throughout the song, Love trades vocal lines with Stamos and McGrath, whose voices fit easily into the Beach Boys’ quintessentially breezy harmonies.

“‘Do It Again’ has been a staple of our live shows since 1969,” Love said of the song. “It evokes memories of past summers while looking forward to new beginnings. I think we capture that feeling in this recording with the multi-talented Mark McGrath, and our honorary Beach Boy, John Stamos.”

Stamos and McGrath will also take part in the Capitol Fourth special, with Stamos serving as the evening’s host. Other performers include the Blues Brothers, the Four Tops, Trace Adkins, Kellie Pickler and more. The show begins at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Following their Fourth of July gig in D.C., Love and the Beach Boys will continue their sprawling 2017 Wild Honey Tour. The trek resumes July 6th in Rapid City, South Dakota and continues through November 18th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Last month, the Beach Boys released a new box set, 1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow, which culls recordings from the sessions that produced the band’s two post-Pet Sounds records, Smiley Smile and Wild Honey

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Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Wildest Van Halen Stories Ever Told

The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now podcast is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Spotify, or check it out below.

From throwing guacamole at Steve Perry to dissing Michael Anthony, former Van Halen manager Noel Monk (author of the new tell-all Runnin’ With the Devil) tells host Brian Hiatt about some of the band’s most outrageous (alleged) behavior.

Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Spotify and tune in Fridays at 1 p.m. ET to hear the show live on Sirius XM’s Volume Channel.

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