David Ryan Harris returns to the US with a solo tour this June. His tour kicks off on June 11th in Nashville at the Basement, making multiple stops there as well as in Atlanta and Charlotte. Check out the complete list of dates on his website.
Nashville based indie-folk artist Canyon City has a new single out! “Shadows” is the artist's reflection on his personal struggles between mental illness and peace, and the idea of fighting unseen battles. There’s a line in the song that we especially love, “It’s time to feel the light," which offers a simple reminder that the sun will indeed rise.
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Today, Atlantic Records singer/songwriter and artist fueled by social change, MILCK has released an empowering new studio recording of her anthem “Quiet.” The new version, which was inspired by the song’s impact on survivors around the globe since its initial release in January, is available now at all DSPs. MILCK also released a powerful companion video, now streaming on her official YouTube channel.
In a touching letter to her fans, MILCK writes, “In light of the Harvey Weinstein scandals sparking a massive movement of women and survivors speaking out against sexual assault, I find myself in awe and moved to my core. I have teamed up with Atlantic Records to create a hopeful, new version that incorporates survivors singing with me. I’ve seen this song help survivors speak out after the Women’s March, and I believe that the new version has the power to encourage and empower all those thinking of coming forward at this time. It’s my gesture of support and encouragement to all the survivors rising. It’s my musical #METOO.”
Canyon City's sophomore full-length album, Constellation, is now available on all digital platforms including Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Google Play. He will donate 10% of October album sales and streaming income to the Red Cross, in light of recent tragedies and disasters.
Our friends at the Huffington Post premiered the album this week. The album and its singles have also received praise from AXS, Indie Shuffle, Elmore Magazine, Glide Magazine, and Mother Church Pew.
Atlantic Records artist MILCK has launched the #ICantKeepQuiet Fund. The fund is supported by donations from the global #ICantKeepQuiet Community, portions of MILCK's ticket sales from shows, proceeds from special merchandise items, and more. This year, the fund will support and amplify the work of the Joyful Heart Foundation, Step Up, and Tuesday Night Project.
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Last week Glide Magazine premiered the latest single from Canyon City - "Find You" is off of his forthcoming album, Constellation, due out in October. Check out the new single and write up via Glide here.
GRAMMY-nominated songwriter, producer and artist Garrison Starr shared her personal story through a series of weekly essays titled, "The Stuff We're Made Of." The kind folks at Amy Poehler's Smart Girls hosted the essays.
Our friends at PureVolume recently premiered Rosi Golan's official music video for her single, "Underneath." The video features actress/stuntwoman Sarah Booth. It was produced, directed and edited by Gavin Michael Booth. Director of Photography is Ioana Vaslie. Watch the video here.
We're overjoyed to share that MILCK has signed a deal with Atlantic Records! LA Weekly revealed the news first:
Since singing her song "Quiet" at the Jan. 21 women's march, L.A. singer-songwriter MILCK's life has become a whirlwind. She's performed the song everywhere from ACLU-hosted town halls to Full Frontal With Samantha Bee. Now, she's being given an even bigger platform from which to spread her message and music, via a deal with major label Atlantic Records, home to such artists as Paramore, Bruno Mars and Lykke Li.
Read the full story here.
This year's Quantum Collective Southwest Invasion, hosted by Whole Foods Market and benefiting Whole Planet Foundation, was a huge success! The sixth annual event took place March 16 - 18 in Austin, TX. Red Boot was proud to once again offer PR support. Yahoo! Music included this year's event in their post SXSW coverage, and Austin American Statesman named us a "best party pick."
Check out some of these great photos, taken by Clayton Hodges.