ListenSD Music News – Four walls starting to talk to you yet? Here’s some great stuff to keep up with while we’re all locked inside!
Don’t forget yourself at home – video call your friends, take your daily dose of outside time if it’s safe, and keep on keeping on with the music world still spinning around us!
As always, we love you, stay safe – we’re all in this together.
The industry pushes on – Livestreams + releases abound!
Keep your eye on the music still moving and grooving even in the face of event and tour cancellations across the world. Many favorite artists – ours and yours, big and small – are hosting virtual concerts, and are still holding strong on some incredible album and EP releases. Check out our highlights!
#HOMEFEST – Tonight @ 10pm
TONIGHT at 10PM James Corden’s Late Late Show is hosting the incredible lineup of Billie Eilish, Finneas, Dua Lipa, BTS, John Legend and more on CBS! It will be filmed in James’ garage and be presented “in the spirit of bringing people together to keep people apart.”
INDIEHEADS Festival – April 1 & 2
Your favorite indie artists – including oso oso, The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Remo Drive, Ratboys, and local favs The Frights – will join together to host an extremely online festival, hosted by @indie_heads on Instagram.
The Frights’ “At Home” Tour continues this Saturday @ 4pm
Your favorite local heroes The Frights will continue their livestream performances via Instagram in the wake of their tour being postponed. They began last weekend with their first in a series of stripped-back full-album performances from recent release Everything Seems Like Yesterday, and will follow with Hypochondriac.
NEW RELEASES for your ears!
Saint Cloud – Waxahatchee
The long-awaited fifth solo studio album from renowned musician Katie Crutchfield is a grand example of her incredible songwriting skills in the form of modern folk and Americana.
925 – Sorry
The London quartet’s debut full-length album maintains the dreamlike quality Sorry‘s experimental and mismatched instrumentals that they’ve become so well-known for in a fully realized and confident success.
High Risk Behaviour – The Chats
Queensland shed-rockers The Chats showcase incredible skill in both musical knowledge and how to have a great time with an album full of snappy punk songs.
Future Nostalgia – Dua Lipa
After skyrocketing to success with her 2015 self-titled debut, Dua Lipa holds fast to her glittering contemporary pop skills with an album that is sparklingly brilliant.