Nikki Lane will be in LA for an appearance at the Roots Roadhouse Festival at the Echo & Echoplex on Sunday the 14th. The line-up also features The Sadies, Old Man Markley, Mike Stinson, Jesse Sykes and others.
Nikki plays at 6:30 PM sharp at The Echo, and the festival goes all day and into the night. For tickets, please go here.
On Monday the 15th, Nikki will be playing at Bardot as part of KCRW’s School Night party (which you can RSVP to here here.)
She is currently Vogue.com’s Artist Of The Week and in the current issue of Entertainment Weekly as well!
8/14 – The Echo – Roots Roadhouse 2 @ 6:30 PM
8/15 – Bardot – KCRW School Night @ 10:30 PM
“I’ve been waitin’ for something good to come my way,” sings countrified newcomer Nikki Lane on “Gone, Gone, Gone” — a sentiment that’s been around as long as American music. And what better time to bring back that down-on-your-luck style than now? Lane, equal parts Neko Case and Loretta Lynn, leads the way with a sultry, Southern-accented vocal performance over anchored bass, clip-clop drums and just the right amount of slide guitar. No, it’s not contemporary country, but more like something from a past era we’re living through over and over again. Lane’s debut LP, Walk Of Shame, is out September 27 via IAMSOUND and an EP with this track is available now”.
For the rest of this article and a free download, click HERE.
Nikki Lane is featured in Entertainment Weekly’s “Top 10 Things We Love This Week.”
“4. Gone, Gone, Gone, Nikki Lane EP. Lane’s songs are packed with emotion, marrying modern sensibilities with classic, soulful country music. Gone serves s a wonderful preview to her upcoming fall LP.”
NEWVILLAGER releases a new music video, “ShotBigHorixon”.
Featured on MTV: “ShotBigHorixon” continues the group’s pattern of using ornate costumes and elaborate concepts. According to the group, NewVillager “represents the mythology through symbols, drawings, photographs, film, and installations” and is planning to publish a 1,000-page book later this year. To read the full article, click HERE.
The New York Times is also watching NewVillager. Check out the article HERE.
NIKKI LANE is featured on the MTV Buzzworthy blog:
“‘Gone, Gone, Gone,’ the EP’s lead single produced by Fool’s Gold’s Lewis Pesacov, is an exuberant kissoff to her native city, showcasing the singer’s itinerant lifestyle spent crisscrossing the country…There’s a shortage of bad-ass female country singers today who can outdrink you and write a gorgeous melody afterwards.”
Read the rest of the article HERE. Then head over to SPIN.com and watch the exclusive debut video for the Retro-Country songstress’ “Gone, Gone, Gone”.
Nikki’s debut EP is available now on IAMSOUND records. Look for the release of her debut album September 27th.
Last night Jen Long played “Lighthouse” on her BBC Introducing in Wales show on Radio 1.
After the play Jen commented, “How good is that!? That’s the new single from NewVillager called Lighthouse, it’s out this week…I’ve got their debut album it’s called ‘NewVillager’, it’s out next month, it’s brilliant you’ll have to check it out!”
Look for music from MEN to appear in episodes of Showtime’s 7th season of Weeds.
“Who Am I To Feel So Free” from the band’s debut album was featured in the season premier which aired a couple of weeks back, and “Off Our Backs” will make an appearance in a forthcoming episode airing July 18th.
SUPERFOOD writers Dominic Ganderton and Ryan Malcolm have signed a publishing deal with Iamsound Music. The band have completed recording their new album. Dom & Ryan produced the album and Matthew Twaites engineered. The album was mixed in Los Angeles by Michael Patterson, Dom & Ryan.The band have signed to Dirty Hit Records.They released a new single 'Double Dutch' on Feb 6th.
About IAMSOUND Music
IAMSOUND Music is a publishing company formed by Los Angeles based indie label IAMSOUND Records, and administered by KOBALT, One of the worlds leading music rights administrators. IAMSOUND Music looks ahead to partnering with artists and songwriters who have a fresh perspective on music and songwriting, to establish a unique and progressively diverse catalogue.