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Back in October, Tom Morello released a new solo album called The Atlas Underground Fire. As it goes with Morello’s work, it had an impressive array of guests — including Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder on a cover of “Highway To Hell.” That was always intended as one of two parts, with Morello explaining that the sessions were so productive that there was always a second album in the mix. Today, he’s back with that sequel, The Atlas Underground Flood.

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Tom Morello announced that he’ll be releasing one more album before 2021 ends. The Atlas Underground Flood will be the third entry in Morello’s series of collaborative albums and is a follow-up to The Atlas Underground Fire, which was released in October 2021. Alongside the announcement, Morello dropped the singles “Human” (feat Barns Courtney), “Hard […]

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Jane’s Addiction, Cage the Elephant, Counting Crows and Ziggy & Stephen Marley will headline September’s BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach, joined by the likes of Silversun Pickups, Fitz & the Tantrums, Ben Harper, Gary Clark Jr., Portugal. The Man, the Wallflowers, Save Ferris, Thievery Corporation and Phosphorescent.

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Mad Bunny Records Producer: Ben Harper The husband and wife team of Burette and Gabrielle Douglas lead this Texas quartet through their sixth album release. But it’s the first for Ben Harper’s new label. Their music borrows liberally from Krautrock-type spacey explorations, tribal rhythms and angelic melodies. Ben Hance’s eerie and atmospheric guitar and keyboard flourishes enhance tracks like “Beneath the Lines” and “Chariots of Smog,” with huge blankets of cavernous sound. “Haters” has a hopeful message that seems apropos for America’s current socio-political climate. And “Fly” recalls the ethereal vision of The Velvet Underground blended with the soul of […]

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Natalie London and Taylor Plecity — aka Hey, King! — get away from it all in the video for “Beautiful,” the lead track on their debut album, coming out in April via Anti- Records.

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Rock legend and indie duo recorded cover at famed Capitol Records building with Ben Harper For more, check out: (Source)

Release date for Winter Is for Lovers will be announced later this fall For more, check out: (Source)

“We are in a precarious place,” artist says, “all we have is this fleeting and miraculous point of view” For more, check out: (Source)

Mountain ballad features Giddens on banjo and Harper on lap steel For more, check out: (Source)