“This record is different because it’s the first one that I wrote with just my acoustic guitar,” explains Sutton about his upcoming self-titled record. “My first record [Dramatic Scene] was more of a rock record and my second record [Starlite] was more of an experimental electronic record.” See more by clicking the banner!
The World Concave found themselves at a cabin with a one-eyed cat deep in the woods of Vernon, NJ this past weekend. For what you ask? A video shoot for a forthcoming new “single” called “Loom” they recorded at Nada Studio in New Windsor, NY with Dan Coutant, and slated for a forthcoming release on both a new artist compilation called The Scene: You Just Need To Know Where To Look on Pacific Ridge Records in the USA, as well as a digital single with bonus track to follow in the UK on Engineer Records, who released the group’s previous mini-album, Harbor. The video was directed and shot by Matthew Novak and features seemingly interesting/eerie footage based around main character Jenni Bland. You can preview an album of the shoot by heading over to their Facebook page. www.facebook.com/theworldconcave
We are very proud to say that as a label we are spreading like wild fire and have most recently been making our mark in Television first with Lava TV and now we have hit one of the most top and rocking channels KERRANG TV! Right now you can see KYOTO DRIVE “So Much Alive” and NIKSON ” Stay With Me”. We are now happy to say there has been MORE confirmed to follow which shall all be revealed soon! So watch this space!
TV is not the only way to get out there and we know this thanks to our great friends of Blank TV where we had great success from Mikee J Reds “Living Well” and from their our friendship has grown. Our latest video on the best youtube channel known man, Blank TV is from the postcore rockers Setting The Woods On Fire “Decemeber Decay” so go check it out now. We shall have even more to coming out real soon to pleasure your ears and eyes!
Stay tuned, as this is only the beginning.
We here at Engineer Records are super happy to say you can now see Jonah Matranga and Mikee J Reds on the front page of Big Cheese Magazine’s website. The piece is written about their new exciting and upcoming tour across the UK this spring!
We at Engineer Records are happy to say that right now on Lava TV (Sky Channel 378) you can see our bands great new videos!
You can see Mikee J Reds’ latest video for “Living Well” from the split EP “Countrysides” with Jonah Matranga, both of whom are touring throughout the UK in May/June. To request his video via texting you need to text “LAVA 1126” TO 71000 or call the number on the screen and ask for 1126!
Also you can see Kyoto Drive’s latest video for “So Much Alive”, their new rock anthem of a single, for their upcoming tour The Morning Of and Paige. To request their video via texting you need to text “LAVA 1125” TO 71000 or call the number on the screen and ask for 1125!