Ride a psychedelic wave with Baltimore outfit Soul Cannon and their video for "Hospital Records" — premiering today via Vents Magazine.
Featured on the band's eponymous LP released in October, a thunderous hip-hop shock wave powered by high-caliber jolts of jazz fusion, it's apart of the first new Soul Cannon record in over seven years.
Visit a technicolor wonderland filled with psychedelic pop in Denver band Eldren's new music video for "NWO" — premiering today via New Noise Magazine.
It follows the September release of their sophomore album, Miss Information Aged, an impressionistic tour-de-force of proggy neo-romanticism nearly three years in the making. Daring to toe the unraveling line between fact and fiction, between social and media, Eldren confront the past, present, and future on their new record.
Blast off with Baltimore outfit Soul Cannon and their new self-titled album — premiering today via Treble.
A thunderous hip-hop shock wave powered by high-caliber jolts of jazz fusion, Soul Cannon is the third LP in the Maryland band's discography and their first in over seven years.
Gear up with Soul Cannon and their new single, "Play Hard" — premiering today via Substream Magazine.
A comeback victory behind a game-winning shot of jazzy hip-hop fusion, it's the second taste from the Baltimore outfit's upcoming self-titled album out next month.
Eldren has returned with their sophomore album, Miss Information Aged — a summertime psych-pop carousel that spins about and glows at night.
Stream it on Spotify and Soundcloud below — and hear why PopMatters, AXS, Popdust, and New Noise Magazine are roaring about the new record.
Connect with the psychedelic pop waves of Denver band Eldren and their sophomore album, Miss Information Aged — premiering today via New Noise Magazine and officially out this Friday on Needlejuice Records.
"Still Want More", the album's lead single, debuted last month on PopMatters — who praised the track with "a hip, danceable sleekness that perfectly captures the carefree bliss of the summer season" — and follow up single "NWO" recently premiered via AXS.
Hop onboard with Baltimore hip-hop band Soul Cannon and their new single "Test Drive" — now premiering via Ghettoblaster Magazine.
A supercharged thrill of a ride tinted with backpack hip-hop and mathy jazz theory, it's the first new music from the quartet in over seven years.
Take over the world with Eldren's new single "NWO", a midnight joyride across a chilly psychotropic tundra. Premiering today via AXS, it's the second taste from Miss Information Aged — the Denver outfit's upcoming sophomore album, out September 21st.
In case you missed it, PopMatters debuted their lead single "Still Want More" last month — praising it with "a hip, danceable sleekness that perfectly captures the carefree bliss of the summer season".
During the spring of 2006, Baltimore gospel rapper Eze Jackson went rogue, abandoning his traditionalist roots in favor of pursuing a more blues-inspired aesthetic. After combining forces with a local group of burgeoning jazz musicians, the exhilarating sonic hybrid now known as Soul Cannon was born. A genre-fused cocktail of backpack hip-hop and mathy blue-collar music theory, Soul Cannon inevitably became known for toeing the line between reckless innovation and radio-friendly expectations, moving forward at all costs.
“Socially, lyrically, and physically, it's always about pushing the limits with our music. Sometimes we write things we can’t play yet because we always want to do more and be better", says keyboardist Jon Birkholz.
These aspirations spearheaded Soul Cannon’s unwieldy and explosive live performances, an unforgettable electro-fusion of brainy prog and futurist rhymes that quickly became a band signature. After supporting a diverse array of notable artists such as Mos Def, Future Islands, Talib Kweli, Jay Electronica, and more, Soul Cannon began work on their upcoming self-titled LP — a long-awaited testament to their notoriety on the Baltimore music scene over the past decade.
As to what we should expect from the quartet's eponymous full-length arriving on October 12th, guitarist Matt Frazão offers his take — “Soul Cannon is like a perpetual version of a last minute epiphany, where we finally make sense of things that seem totally unrelated, or isolated and alone as their own separate problems. Suddenly we see this narrow almost hidden path to thread a needle through and tie everything together."
Don't get too greedy with "Still Want More", a summertime psych-pop escapade from Denver outfit Eldren. Premiering today via PopMatters, it's the lead single from their upcoming sophomore album, Miss Information Aged — out September 21st.