Bayonne has linked up with DJ/producer Slow Magic for a sleek remix of the title track from his sophomore studio album ‘Drastic Measures.’The remix arrives in anticipation of his upcoming tour dates in the UK and Europe supporting SYML and in the US supporting Ra Ra Riot. Grab tickets now.
Sleater-Kinney makes their return with the release of the official music video for their hit single “Can I Go On.” The concept for the “Can I Go On” video was written by Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein; it was directed and filmed by Ashley Connor, a long-time friend of the band, and stars Lauri Guzda and Mami Kimura.
After much anticipation Sleater-Kinney is back to bring us their tenth studio album, ‘The Center Won’t Hold.'The record was produced by St. Vincent, and featured the singles, "Can I Go On," "Hurry on Home," "The Future Is Here," and "The Center Won't Hold." So far the album has been met with great responses from fans and critics alike. Paste Magazine described the record as “Full of transformation and deserved indignation.” Rolling Stone described the album as “a vital response to a disconnected world,” giving the album 4 stars in its review. Make sure not to miss Sleater-Kinney on tour this fall by grabbing your tickets now!
Following the release of her latest singles, “In Disguise” and “Cold in California,” Ashe returns with the highly anticipated Chapter 2 of her ‘Moral of the Story’ series. Moral of the Story: Chapter 2 marks the end of an era full of heartbreak and sadness. Together, the 8 songs featured on Chapters 1 and 2 are here to provide comfort during hard times and help light the way towards a brighter tomorrow. Stream/Download both Moral of the Story: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2below. The release comes just weeks ahead of Ashe’s Mom’s First Headline Tour presented by Live Nation’s Ones To Watch, featuring support from Charlie Burgand Gavin Haley. Tour begins on September 10thso find a show near you and grab your tickets and enter to win a VIP upgrade, merch, lyric sheet and more now!
Sleater-Kinney return with the release of their fourth single off The Center Won’t Hold, titled “Can I Go On.” The band gave fans a first listen this morning with Julia Cunningham on SiriusXMU. Following its first spin the New York Times published a feature with Carrie and Corin about the upcoming album. Annie Clark(aka St. Vincent) also joined the conversation and spoke to her collaboration as the producer on the album which will be the first album she’s ever produced outside of her own work.
Today, Caamp shares their long awaited new LP, By and By, with the world. This new album is their story. About how they’ve gotten to this place in time, and the things they think they’ve figured out. It’s about their childhoods, their dogs, their first cars. It’s about having too many with the best people you know. It’s about heartache and break and love in the golden hour.
Sleater-Kinney return with their third single and the title track from their upcoming album, “The Center Won’t Hold.” The track opens up the new album, setting its intense and explosive musical and thematical tones.
Ashe’s new release, “Cold in California,” is a stripped down, introspective approach to a single. The new track is an acoustic meditation on the love-hate relationship Ashe has with herself and her home.
Today marks the release Tycho’s fifth studio album Weatherand his first official album release on Mom + Pop Music & Ninja Tune. For years, we have admired Tycho’s vision and ingenuity throughout the course of the first four records and are honored to be a part of bringing his fifth album to life. The release of Weather marks a bold step forward for Tycho with the introduction of vocal led tracks by Hannah Cottrell, aka Saint Sinner. Longtime collaborators Zac Brown (bass/guitar) and Rory O’Connor (drums) and touring member Billy Kim (keyboards/guitar/bass) will join Hansen on the Weather World Tour. Saint Sinner will also join the live band on all dates as the first touring vocalist with Tycho, bringing a new energy to the show. Grab your tickets now and stay tuned for more from Tycho…
Earlier this year, Hotel Garuda released his first track that was solely his vocals, production, and writing called “Head in the Trees.” Now, Aseem is back with a new remix of the track by his good friend and DJ Justin Jay. Justin Jay flipped the Hotel Garuda track and put his own signature techno sound over the track.
After no less than 6 support tours, Ashe is embarking on her very first headline tour! Mom’s First Headline Tour is presented by Live Nation’s Ones to Watch with support from the wonderful Charlie Burg. Along with the tour announcement, Ashe revealed a new single, “In Disguise.”
We're excited to announce the newest addition to Mom + Pop family, Sleater-Kinney. After years of collaboration, Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss are back and they are bigger and bolder than ever with the announcement of their new studio album The Center Won't Hold produced by Annie Clark (St. Vincent). The new album addresses transformation as it relates to the corrosion and decomposition of forms. Fractured and frayed by age or by loss, by internecine politics, by trauma or depression, these eleven songs ask what remains of a body, a human spirit, a relationship, a city, a country. Pre-orderthe new record below. The Center Won't Hold is available everywhere August 16th.
In honor of Pride Month, we are beyond proud to donate to The Audre Lorde Project in the names of our LGBTQ+ staff and artists. But that’s not all we’re doing for Pride! We’ve refreshed our Mom + Pop Picks playlist on Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube with tracks by some of our favorite LGBTQ+ artists. Happy Pride!
Caamp just dropped “Wolf Song,” the third single off their upcoming album By and By. The single follows the release of previous album singles “No Sleep,” and “Penny, Heads Up.” The release is accompanied by a highly anticipated performance at Red Rocks Amphitheater, where the boys will be opening for Rainbow Kitten Surprise.
Having recently announced his new album, Weather, Tycho returns with a new single and instrumental, “Japan”. The new single and music video again show Tycho’s journey to incorporate the human voice into his sound with Saint Sinner being the featured vocalist. Scott, aka Tycho, explains the new track being inspired by a recent trip he took with his wife to Hakone, Japan to visit some of his wife’s Japanese relatives.
Following the announcement of their new album By and By and the release of “Penny, Heads Up,” the Caamp boys are back with their latest single “No Sleep.” The new track is Caamp’s story about sleepless artists peddling around the country while trying to balance leaving loved ones behind, and enjoying the moment.
Tom Morello has teamed up with Amazon Music to release an Amazon Original Version of his hit single “Every Step That I Take” off his 2018 album The Atlas Underground. The Amazon Original is a reimagined acoustic version of the track that features Portugal. The Man and a never before heard verse from Vic Mensa.
Today, we're excited to announce the newest addition to Mom + Pop Family, Caamp. Caamp formed in Columbus, Ohio when Taylor Meier and Evan Westfall met and bonded over a shared love of music and of their home state, specifically the inspiration they culled from the Midwest lives they grew up in. The two began writing and performing and quickly grew a rabid fan base. A self-titled 2016 debut album and single "Vagabond" rapidly began to take flight across streaming platforms and took the band to new heights. By and By, their upcoming sophomore album, marked the first time the duo recorded with outside help. Block and Jenkins helped expand their sonic horizons and through the recording process, Caamp also brought on a third and permanent member, Matt Vinson.
Hotel Garuda, aka Aseem Mangoakar, just unveiled his most personal song to date that takes on a new sound from what we’re used to hearing from Hotel Garuda. “Head in the Trees” is the first track that Aseem has released where he is fulling writing, singing and producing on the track.
We have been eagerly waiting to announce this, so today, we are excited to announce that Tycho is the next artist to join the Mom + Pop Roster! Tycho - aka Scott Hansen - is a San Francisco based artist known for much more than just music. Scott is a composer, songwriter, and producer but is also known as ISO50 for his incredible work in both the photography and design worlds. Hansen began releasing music over 10-years ago with The Science of Patterns EP, following up with his first full-length project, Past Is Prologue in 2006. Here is where Tycho found its stride and went onto release the critically acclaimed albums, Dive, Awake, and his Grammy Nominated 2016 album Epoch. With the announce of Tycho, we are excited to give you the first single off Mom + Pop/Ninja Tune - "Easy." The track is about coming to terms with the past and defining a clear vision moving forward. Stay tuned for more from Tycho...