Promotion Done Right
On his debut album Damage Control, London native & Planetary client Mat Zo has been nominated for a Grammy in the Best Dance/Electronic Album category. Previously, Damage Control hit #1 at both CMJ‘s RPM chart and !earshot‘s Electronic chart. If you missed out on the album, be sure to listen the artist who Rolling Stone lauded as, “an innovator in the electronic genre who blends cultures with finesse.”
Watch the video for his track “Easy” that Dancing Astronaut called “a well-produced, feel good, and universally catchy track”:
Please join us on Friday, October 24th from noon to 6pm at PIANOS in the L.E.S. The Planetary crew will be out in full force drinking, eating, and dancing to 16 bands hand-picked by us!
For more details, track previews, and to RSVP make sure to click here -http://
— Downstairs Stage —
12:50-1:15PM Future Loves Past
1:30-1:55PM Nothing But Thieves
2:50-3:15PM The Delta Riggs
3:30-3:55PM Liam Bailey
4:10-4:35PM Go Back To The Zoo
5:30-5:55PM DUNE RATS
— Upstairs Stage —
1:10-1:35PM Eden Mulholland – Music
2:30-2:55PM GO WOLF
3:10-3:35PM Lydia Ainsworth
4:30-4:55PM Lay Low
Can’t wait, see you there!
Please join us on Friday, October 17th from 6pm to midnight at Taix’s Champagne Room in Echo Park. The Planetary crew will be out in full force drinking, eating, and dancing!
Out on Vancouver-based Mint Records, Monomyth held #1 on Earshot for the seventh week with their debut album Saturnalia Regalia! The Coast writes of the band, “Monomyth sounds like a mix between American Bandstand, lava lamps and unbuttoned button-ups. They cherry pick from ’60s pop, ’70s rock and ’80s shoe gaze.” Check out their video for the track “Patsy”, directed by Seth Smith.
After three years of relentless world wide touring (cross-Canadian shows, European festivals, even a beach party in Madagascar – he’s done it and you were there up front), Rich Aucoin returns with his second album, Ephemeral coming out on YEA Records. With this album, the ever-ruminating philosopher distills all his big ideas into 10 sharp dance-pop songs, creating one central message. We must gather all things that cause fear and division, and use them to bring us together. View the trailer for the album. Stream the track “Want To Believe”.
Melbourne’s Gossling has been featured this week in Time’s Best International Music feature “From Brazil to Iceland to Korea: Go Around the World In 11 Bands”. Gossling’s “Harvest of Gold” was featured in the writeup and will be landing at radio later this summer with the rest of her album. Previously, Gossling has played Planetary’s 2014 SXSW party, and was nominated for Channel V’s Oz Artist of the Year in 2012.
American Songwriter Premieres Video For “Moment of Fame” from Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Sugarplum Fairies
American Songwriter premiered the video for “Moment of Fame” from Los Angeles’ Sugarplum Fairies on May 21, 2014, describing the sound like “Nico on a double date with Leonard Cohen.”
Watch the video now: