News featuring Hannah

The following news stories mention Hannah. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 21351 hours ago.

’15 Jul 22 Wed

Wednesday 22nd July

’15 Jul 21 Tue

Tuesday 21st July

’15 Jul 15 Wed

Wednesday 15th July

  • Pixx – “Fall In” Video

    The latest addition to the esteemed 4AD roster is Pixx, the songwriting project of 19-year-old Brit Hannah Rodgers. “Fall In” is her debut single, and it’s a beautifully rendered bit of water-logged pop that asks the question, “What can I do?” and responds with “I can’t please you” and a reverie of Rodgers’ weightless moaning. […]

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  • Pixx Signs to 4AD for 'Fall In' EP

    The esteemed 4AD imprint has just revealed its latest ethereal aural acquisition: 19-year-old English artist Pixx. She's set to issue her label debut, an EP entitled Fall In, on August 28. A press release notes that Pixx (a.k.a. Hannah Rodgers) has put together a four-song collection of "electronic folk-infused torch songs" for the label. It will first arrive as a digital download, with physical copies due at a later date. It's further explained that Pixx's musical talents were nurtured throughout her youth, as well as her stint at arts college the BRIT School. The music on...

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’15 Jul 9 Thu

Thursday 9th July

  • Cold Beat share "Cracks," first single from new album

    by Bill Pearis

    Cold Beat's new album Into the Air will be out September 4 via singer Hannah Lew's label, Crime on the Moon. It comes less than a year after Cold Beat's debut album, Over Me, and was made after the live lineup (drummer Susi Leni of Erase Eratta and guitarists Kyle King and Jackson Blumgart) solidified. It's a more diverse record, with the (post) punkier songs hitting harder, and new forays into icy synthpop. (With a name like Cold Beat it was bound to happen.) The synthy and scratchy sides come together on first single "Cracks," one of Into the Air's standout cuts. You can stream it, and check out Into the Air's tracklist and artwork, below.

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’15 Jun 16 Tue

Tuesday 16th June

  • Twin Bandit Sign with Nettwerk for Debut LP, Premiere Track

    Twin Bandit have been kicking around Vancouver since 2013, and now the country folk duo have inked a record deal ahead of their debut album. The duo of Hannah Walker and Jamie Elliot have signed to Nettwerk Records, and it's through this label that they will issue For You on June 29. The album was produced by Jonathan Anderson (Said the Whale, Aidan Knight) on a farm in Maple Ridge, BC. It includes seven original tracks plus covers of "Crown" by Mason Jennings and "Shine" by Daniel Lanois. The album tracklist is below. At the bottom of the page, stream the bittersweet folk...

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  • Paul Weller played Terminal 5 w/ Hannah Cohen (pics, setlist) +++ watch tonight's Toronto show live online

    photos by Greg Cristman

    Paul Weller is currently touring his 12th solo album, Saturns Pattern, and his first of two NYC stops happened on Friday (6/12) at Terminal 5. The new LP (streamable below) has been very well recieved and he didn't shy away from playing most of it at T5. For fans of Weller's long solo career, this was a real treat. For folks hoping to hear lots of songs by The Jam and The Style Council, however, there was only one scrap -- "A Town Called Malice" closed out the show.

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’15 Jun 15 Mon

Monday 15th June

  • Cherry Glazerr – “Sip ‘O Poison”

    The second installation of Adult Swim’s 2015 Singles Series is one from noise-pop trio Cherry Glazerr called “Sip ‘O Poison.” Clearly drawing influence from Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hannah and Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker, lead singer and guitarist Clementine Creevy’s vocals rip through this one minute and thirty-second lo-fi jam. Creevy (aka Clembutt) isn’t even 20 years […]

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’15 Jun 12 Fri

Friday 12th June

  • Hannah Miller: Hannah Miller

    On her self-titled release, Hannah Miller strips back the instrumental curtain for a more broodingly honest delivery.

    Toting a minimalistic modernist sound to her folk-pop stylings this go-around and adopting a darker lyrical outlook along the way, Hannah Miller’s self-titled release checks boxes that her past records didn’t quite dare fully explore. The album’s composition is purposefully low-tempo and introverted, sewing personal truths across blues-drenched lines of austerity to the point that it can be called consistently a downer, which naturally won’t appeal to everyone. For those willing to listen to her…

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