NEW LANGUAGE

NEW LANGUAGE Launched From Los Angeles In 2016. Their Powerful Sound Has Been Described As ‘High-Octane Rock’ Meets ‘Post-Hardcore Fury’ And Has Brought Them To Be Featured In Outlets Such As Spotify’s ‘New Noise,’ ‘Totally Alt’ And ‘Rock Hard’ Playlists, Australia’s Acclaimed TripleJ Radio, SiriusXM’s Octane, KROQ, Loudwire, AltPress ‘Bands You Ought To Know.’

NEW LANGUAGE Made Their Debut Performance In 2016 To A Sold Out Los Angeles Crowd Opening For Gone Is Gone (Queens Of The Stone Age, At The Drive In, Mastodon), Only To Immediately Direct Support The Used On Their ‘In Love & Death / Self Titled’ Anniversary Tour, Followed By A LA Residency, And The Final Warped Tour. Alternative Press Published, “Lead Vocalist Tyler Demorest Brings It Way Loud, Reminiscent Of Early Thrice, While The Weight Of The Bass And Drums In The Score Shoots A Nod To Queens Of The Stone Age.”

Silver Snakes

Year of the Snake is Silver Snakes' first full-length in nearly three years, following 2011's Pictures of a Floating World (as well as 2012's Old Light single and last year's split EP with Souvenirs and Sundance teaser). Their sophomore effort builds on the promise of those releases, delivering a heavy, uncompromising, metallic post-hardcore/alternative hybrid experimentally touching upon both ends of the rock spectrum, from sludgy forays to acoustic detours and a snarling melodic sensibility spread throughout.

Crooked Teeth

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Genre-bending alternative powerhouse Luna Aura is hell bent on paving her own path.The singer, songwriter, producer, and triple threat delivers songs that are brimming withmessages of rebellion, feminism, individuality, and are far from ordinary.Luna,who began penning songs and performing at age 14, has already shared stageswithThe Killers, K.Flay,Muse,Weezer, Garbage, P!nk,Odesza, and more of music'sbiggest names. She has spent time on the festival market,playing KAABOO, Lost Lake,So What Music Fest, EMERGE and many others. Her work and artistry has beenfeatured in GQ, Teen Vogue, NYLON, Idolator, MTV, VH1, Ones To Watch and more.As of late, the LA-via-Phoenix native joined forces withJT Dalyfor her newest single“Crash Dive”, avisceral and red-blooded lead to her upcoming album entitled “ThreeCheers for the American Beauty”. Aura draws on childhood influences like Garbage,NIN, Hole andGwen Stefani. Her latest work feels fresh, dynamic, and aggressive.Perfectly matched with her vibrant, in-your-face, live performances.Packed full of new releases, features, festivals and live shows, Luna Aura has a busyand electrifying year ahead.QUOTE:“Crash Dive is a visceral and vital song about what it’s like to be a female who feelsdisgusted by her own sexuality and desires, in a society that only gives you two optionsas a woman: virtuous angel or slut. This song is about me giving into myself in a waythat I never felt I was allowed to growing up. Because, as a female, it all starts there. If Ican make the choice to own my body,thenI can make the choice to own my world.”

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