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Sages Comme Des Sauvages Premiere Demolition Derby-Inspired “Répare ou Pas” Music Video

Avant-pop duo Sages Comme Des Sauvages premiere demolition derby-inspired video for “Répare ou Pas,” from upcoming ‘Maison Maquis’ album.

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Sages Comme Des Sauvages, press photo
Sages Comme Des Sauvages, press photo

Avant-pop French duo Sages Comme Des Sauvages (Ava Carrère and Ismaël Colombani) come crashing back with a brand new release in the form of new single “Répare ou Pas” (translated as “Repair It or Not”) through Capitane Records and Rising Bird Music.

Drawing on a myriad of influences from folk, world music, post punk, French chanson and electronics, “Répare ou Pas” is the first single from the upcoming album due later this year.

The track comes with a breakneck demolition derby-inspired music video which you can check out here:

Speaking about the single, the group say:

“This is an anthem in the form of a question. Do we repair it or not? Faced with a world full of manufacturing vices and defects, we wonder if it is still worth mending everything. Isn’t our society similar to an old printer with planned obsolescence that refuses to print in colour? Have the gears just seized up or has the machine been sabotaged? What do we save in a world where everything is for sale or to be discarded? Do we fight or do we tinker? Somewhere between systematics and DIY approach, we dare to question.”

The accompanying music video, directed by Nicolas Adalbert, is a cinematic marvel full of stunts and adventures in technicolour of which the band had this to say:

“There, these fans revive cars that no one wants anymore to give them one last lap, one final roll before their definitive journey to the scrapyard. And the dust raised by these battered sheets and by those who give them a last rescue becomes like a magical and haunting ritual, animated by the beauty of this question: Do we repair it or not?”

The single is lifted from the duo’s upcoming third album, Maison Maquis, due out later this year. More details are available via their Official Website.

Sages Comme Des Sauvages “Répare ou Pas” Single Artwork

Sages Comme Des Sauvages “Répare ou Pas” Single Artwork

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.

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Frank Viele Releases His Brand New Single “Sleepless Nights Alone”

Singer-songwriter Frank Viele has released his brand new single “Sleepless Nights Alone” from his upcoming ‘The Trouble With Desire’ album.

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Frank Viele, photo by Donato Biceglia
Frank Viele, photo by Donato Biceglia

Milford, CT native and current Hamden, CT resident Frank Viele is prepping to release a brand new album entitled The Trouble With Desire, which is set to exhibit the musician’s exceptional storytelling and strong roots in a wide range of genres from heartland rock and blues to folk and country.

To further introduce the project, Viele returns today with his newest cut from the forthcoming LP, “Sleepless Nights Alone,” along with an accompanying lyric video.

2023 was a big year for Frank Viele, as he became the first Connecticut artist to win the prestigious award for ‘Act of The Year’ at the 2023 New England Music Awards. Viele thus follows in the footsteps of previous award winners, including Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Dwight & Nicole, Ryan Montbleau, Air Traffic Controller, Sarah Barrios, Deer Tick, Lori McKenna, Martin Sexton, Liz Longley, Chris Trapper, Adam Ezra Group, The Mallet Brothers, and more.

Earlier this year, Viele shared another new single entitled “Mountains We Can Climb.” Previously, 2023 found him sharing an additional handful of singles — “Hearts We Left Behind,” “The Trouble With Desire,” “Claws,” and “Trying To Raise A Man” — which were recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. This is the town that launched the careers of legends such as Aretha Franklin, The Allman Brothers, and Wilson Pickett. It is also the place where The Rolling Stones recorded “Wild Horses” and which boasts the roots of modern greats such as Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, and The Alabama Shakes.

Received with glowing reviews, these four songs made their way onto outlets across the industry, including American Songwriter, Boston’s Country 102.5, and NPR. He additionally toured nationally as both a headline act and also as a support act for rock legend John Waite, Season 9 American Idol winner Lee DeWyze, and folk rock troubadour Jeffrey Gaines.

Frank Viele’s newest single, “Sleepless Nights Alone,” is out now via all DSPs. Stay tuned for more information on his forthcoming full-length LP, arriving later this year.

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Lovin’ Life Music Fest Drops First Year Lineup

Lovin’ Life Music Fest dropped their official lineup this week, and it is exceptional. The festival’s will occur on May 3-5th, 2024, in North Carolina.

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Lovin’ Life Music Fest 2024

Lovin’ Life Music Fest dropped their official lineup this week, and it is exceptional. The festival’s first-ever installment will occur on May 3-5th, 2024, in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. The star-studded lineup includes headline sets from Post Malone, Noah Kahan, and Stevie Nicks. From headliners alone, we can tell this festival has something for everyone.

The festival will showcase many popular acts spanning various genres and generations. Supporting acts include Maggie Rogers, Dominic Fike, The Fray, The Chainsmokers, Quinn XCII, Mt. Joy, Young the Giant, and NC’s DaBaby and The Avett Brothers. There will also be a local stage to highlight Charlotte’s own artists throughout the weekend. This is one of the most stacked lineups we’ve seen for the 2024 festival season.

Tickets to Lovin’ Life are on sale now! Grab them while you can; this is sure to be an epic weekend!

Lovin’ Life Music Fest 2024 poster

Lovin’ Life Music Fest 2024 poster

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Record Store Day Canada Announces 2024 List

Record Store Day, the global celebration of the culture of independent record stores, takes place this year on April 20, 2024.

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Record Store Day 2024
Record Store Day 2024

Record Store Day, the global celebration of the culture of independent record stores, takes place this year on April 20, 2024, as it has annually for the last 17 years. Once again, the moment has arrived to unveil the remarkable lineup of titles awaiting enthusiasts during the cherished annual celebration of independent record stores worldwide. This year’s Record Store Day raises the bar yet again with its unparalleled magnitude, artistry, and diverse array of releases. Visit the official website for more information, logos, full list and participating stores!

Says Ryan Kerr, VP of Operations, Record Store Day Canada:

“One of the most exciting moments of the year is unleashing the Record Store Day Canada List. We work diligently behind the scenes with artists, record labels and distributors to bring fans the music they love and are willing to flock to independent stores in droves on Record Store Day.”

The Tragically Hip are proud to be announced as the Record Store Day Canada 2024 Canadian Ambassadors, releasing an exclusive standalone live album, Live at CBGB’s, on Record Store Day. Live At CBGB’s features nine live songs that were originally recorded on January 14, 1993, from the legendary New York venue CBGB’s as The Tragically Hip launched their third studio album, Fully Completely, in America with a private event from the intimate space. The band performed the record in full, omitting a few tracks that didn’t fit the bill. This concert recording will be available on April 20 for the first time as a 12″ Pink Vinyl with a limited run of Pink Cassettes at participating record stores in Canada and the US.

Past Canadian Ambassadors include Triumph, The Sheepdogs, Our Lady Peace and globally, Taylor Swift and Pearl Jam have held the title, among others.

As for other notable releases, beloved multi-platinum rockers Barenaked Ladies’ offering this year is pure eye candy. The BNL x RSD Canada limited edition features two 12-inch 180 gram Vinyl Picture Discs in a gatefold double die-cut jacket along with a four-colour insert with lyrics. The vinyl is individually numbered and includes a bonus postcard hand-signed by the band. The vinyl includes two songs not available on their 2023 In Flight CD, but only available on limited In Flight vinyl released in October 2023.

Canada’s favourite pop punk-rock outfit Sum 41 is back with a vengeance, with a very special Limited Edition Fluorescent Pink Vinyl titled Half Hour Of Power. The compilation covers the band’s releases from 2000 to 2008, an exciting era for the band in which they won multiple JUNO Awards, released multiple platinum-selling albums, and toured with Blink-182, The Offspring, and Good Charlotte.

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