Cherry Glazerr – Call Me (feat. Portugal. The Man)
Scottish producer Makeness has shared another new single from his debut album Loud Patterns, set for release April 6th. Crafting tracks which make a virtue of disparate influences, the sparkling “Who Am I To Follow Love” sees Kyle Molleson team up with Babeheaven vocalist Nancy Andersen to create a reflective mood and showcase another side to his versatile songwriting talents. The track is accompanied by a new webpage designed by Molleson, featuring a collection of images documenting the making of Loud Patterns.
Since announcing his debut album with the video for “Stepping Out Of Sync,” Makeness debut LP has found fans in BBC 6 Musics Marc Riley and Radio 1 DJs Phil Taggart and Huw Stephens. In addition, Makeness just supported acclaimed UK electronic artist George Fitzgerald on three tour dates. Makeness is also gearing up to perform his new album live at London’s Corsica Studios on April 12th, as part of the Loud Patterns album launch party.
Following the release of Loud Patterns, Makeness will tour with label kin Unknown Mortal Orchestra across North America and parts of Europe.
Cherry Glazerr today release their video for “Call Me,” their new single featuring Grammy award-winning Pop/Rock Group Portugal. The Man.
Cherry Glazerr - the Los Angeles based trio led by front-woman Clementine Creevy, made their late night TV debut on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden last night. Joined by Reggie Watts, the band performed his remix of “Daddi,” the first single from Stuffed & Ready, released earlier this year.
Today Alex Cameron releases his third album, 'Miami Memory.' As with 2017’s 'Forced Witness,' Cameron’s flair for narrative and character are on full display, yet for the first time, 'Miami Memory'’s most frequent narrator is himself. 'Miami Memory' is Cameron’s love letter to his partner; a vulnerable, tender, and at times lustful, dedication to the one he loves.
Following “Far From Born Again, “Divorce,” and “Miami Memory,” Cameron now presents the album opener and final pre-release single, “Stepdad.” Cameron has become a major presence in his girlfriend’s children’s lives, and “Stepdad” is an ode to the oft-mocked peripheral parental role.