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Hard Rock Hotels - Tracks Volume 17

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  •   01

    Tom Morello feat. Gary Clark Jr & Gramatik

    Can't Stop The Bleeding

    Tom Morello is living proof of the transformative power of rock'n'roll. As the co-founder of Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave and Prophets of Rage, and though collaborations with everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Johnny Cash, he has continually pushed the limits of what one man can do with six strings.

    His debut solo album The Atlas Underground was released in October, with features from Portugal. The Man, K Flay, Knife Party, Bassnectar, Steve Aoki, Vic Mensa, Big Boi, Pretty Lights, Marcus Mumford and more. Morello's track "Can't Stop The Bleeding" features Gary Clark Jr. and Gramatik and has received notable press from Rolling Stone, Dancing Astronaut, and iHeart. Listen to it NOW!
  •   02

    The Hunna

    Never Enough

    The Hunna have established themselves as one of the UK’s most in-demand bands. Having experienced a rapid rise that saw the band land at #13 in the album charts 10 months into their career, The Hunna have achieved amazing success in their music careers.

    From selling-out two back-to-back album tours that included London’s Kentish Town Forum and Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the band also headlined memorable nights at venues such as Glasgow’s Barrowlands, Manchester’s Academy 1 and Nottingham’s Rock City.

    Having previously been referred to as ‘Rock’s Next Big Thing’ by Kerrang Magazine, singles such as ‘Bonfire’ and ‘You & Me’ have helped to earn over 45 million streams across The Hunna’s Spotify catalogue. The Hunna also have been championed by BBC Radio 1 with the track ‘Never Enough’.
  •   03

    Circa Waves


    An album of our times, Sad Happy, Circa Waves’ 4th studio LP, is formed of two diametrically distinctive sides, which unite as one complete body of work, to be released on 13th March 2020.
    The first single ‘Jacqueline’ is an infectious, Soweto flavored groove, and is another bold slice of bright, life-affirming pop from the pen of Kieran Shudall, who is establishing himself as one of Britain’s most prolific young songwriters.

    Sad Happy was written and produced in full by Kieran Shudall and mixed by Grammy winners Dan Grech-Marguerat and Matt Wiggins. In a day and age when the barriers to releasing music have been well and truly torn down, the prolific nature of Kieran’s writing, coupled with Circa Waves relentless appetite for playing live and their own label imprint, are cementing the Liverpool four piece reputation as one of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting bands.
  •   04

    Hamish Anderson

    You Give Me Something

    Named one of Total Guitar's: Top 10 Best New Guitarists in 2018, Australia’s roots rock artist, Hamish Anderson is teeing up his new album, Out of My Head, for 2019. Hamish released his critically acclaimed debut album, Trouble in 2016. His single, “U” was featured on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic (2017) and was profiled on NPR Music’s Heavy Rotation along with the entire album, Trouble (2018). His recent single, “Breaking Down”, was released on All Things Go where they stated: "the young artist clearly knows the path from nostalgia to the future.” He appeared at Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN in May 2019 and opened for Gary Clark Jr in Australia.
  •   05

    The Kenneths

    Never Good Friends

    The Kenneths are a three piece punk band from London. They spend their days writing songs in an old warehouse, and their nights playing gigs in an old warehouse. They are occasionally coaxed away from their old warehouse to perform in the railway arches and back room parties of London, but the sets are loud and fast and if you're not quick you'll miss them. Josh, Aicha and Lewis are probably the most powerful three piece around. Their pace and ferocious energy is infectious and their crafted tunes will stick with you for days.
  •   06

    Abby Anderson


    Abby Anderson was born to be on stage. The singer/songwriter has a smile that can light up any room, a personality as big as the state she hails from (Texas), and a voice that can captivate any audience. As a new artist, Anderson has only scratched the surface in country music, yet has already garnered several notable accolades and made her Grand Ole Opry debut. She was named one of Pandora's 2018 Country Artists to Watch and a member of CMT’s Next Women of Country.

    This spring, she is set to make the treck overseas for her second time. Anderson is performing as a part of the C2C music festival on CMA’s Introducing Nashville Mainstage, making stops in London, Glasgow, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Dublin.
  •   07

    Nothing But Thieves

    Forever & Ever More

    Hailing from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England, Nothing But Thieves make passionate guitar-based rock that balances indie rock artfulness with a pop sensibility. Formed in 2012, Nothing But Thieves feature singer Conor Mason, guitarist Joe Langridge-Brown, guitarist Dominic Craik, bassist Philip Blake, and drummer James Price.
  •   08

    Illuminati Hotties

    (You're Better) Than Ever

    Despite the pluralized nom de guerre, illuminati hotties is the creative outlet of Sarah Tudzin - a producer, engineer, and burrito aficionado hailing from the sprawl of Los Angeles. Armed with bright white short overalls and a rotating line-up of Sarah’s BFFs, illuminati hotties has been lighting up stages across SoCal since Fall 2016 with playfully interweaving guitar lines, relentless rhythmic momentum, and strikingly self-aware vocals. Lauded as local “tenderpunk pioneers,” illuminati hotties has perfected the blend of sweetness and ferocity, of celebration and despondency, in their soon-to-be released debut album, Kiss Yr Frenemies.
  •   09

    Low Cut Connie


    Since Low Cut Connie's debut record Get Out the Lotion (NPR’s Fresh Air Top 10 albums of 2011), they’ve firmly established their reputation as one of the most exciting live shows in the US. To kick off 2019, the band was featured in the print edition of Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Year In Music.” As part of their famed First Listen series, NPR Music said, "Across five albums of piano-driven rock and soul, Low Cut Connie has proven masterfully fluent in the foundational languages of Western pop.... The blood that pumps through the Philadelphia band's work comes from a place that's fresh, original, and truly pledged to rock and roll." With more than 120 shows per year, including stops at festivals like Bonnaroo, Bottle Rock, Rock The Garden, Pickathon, Newport Folk Festival and more, Adam Weiner and his punky little band from South Philadelphia continue to dig in their corner of the sandbox.
  •   10

    The Black Tones

    Ghetto Spaceship

    The Black Tones album title Cobain and Cornbread is a description of the band that lead singer/guitarist Eva came up with playing at a show, in answer to the most commonly asked question, “What does your band sound like?” This tasty adroitly description sums up her and her twin drummer Cedric David’s Seattle-spawned punk-blues.

    Louisiana-bred, though born and raised in Seattle, The Black Tones’ reference to grunge god Kurt Cobain and the Native American quick bread cuisine, evokes “Southern influences in the grey of the Northwest”. It creates this offspring of rebellion and soul as found in the music of The Black Tones.