Tanya Tagaq's sonic contribution to National Maritime Museum's "Polar Worlds" exhibit in situ in London, UK, Tagaq announces the work will be released as a digital EP titled Toothsayer via Six Shooter Records on March 1, 2019.
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Whitehorse’s story has been told as two acclaimed musicians joining forces under one new name – no drummer, no keyboard player, violinist or even bass player on call, and no producer. Just Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland The first album and EP demonstrate the success of this simple equation, one plus one, with an abundance of guitar slinging, songwriting expertise and white-hot desire.
Tanya Tagaq’s music isn’t like anything you’ve heard before. Unnerving and exquisite, Tagaq’s unique vocal expression may be rooted in Inuit throat singing but her music has as much to do with electronica, industrial and metal influences as it does with traditional culture.
Sam Outlaw is a country singer living in Los Angeles. He was born in South Dakota and ‘Outlaw’ is his mother’s maiden name. Improbable? Sure. Fitting? Absolutely. Sam writes original songs that seek to capture the spirit of the classic country music he learned from his favorite singers: George Jones, Willie Nelson, Gene Watson, Don Williams, Keith Whitley, and Dwight Yoakam.
#HOPEiscoming. Bigger. Bolder. Beckoning. The Strumbellas have harnessed a vivid sound that was itchin’ to get out for their third studio album, Hope, coming February 5, 2016 on Six Shooter Records. Have a listen to their catchy first single, Spirits, available now at iTunes. Hear a sneak peak of We Don’t Know from the new album by watching their album trailer. The album cover for Hope was designed by freelance science fiction and fantasy illustrator Joel Hustak.
“The first album was me wanting to burn down my life, cut my hair off, and run screaming into the woods,” says Alejandro Rose-Garcia. “This album is the trials and tribulations of becoming domesticated, letting people into your world and letting go of selfishness—the story of becoming a pair, losing that, and reconciling with the loss and gain of love.”