Songs Of The Week: Polar Vortex Edition

While parts of the world are engulfed in a polar vortex (be safe out there, folks), the music rolls on. Here are a handful of new releases that may help keep us all warm on the inside.

Reignwolf “Black and Red”

Rock n’ roll in one of its most fiery, passionate, unrestrained, and powerhouse forms, this way comes. Reignwolf. And not just with a tour but with a DEBUT ALBUM: Hear Me Out is set for release on 3/1. Those who know, know that this moment has been a minute and a half in coming. Stand by to get your face ripped off. In the meantime, “Black and Red.”


The Mowgli’s “Hard To Love”

Personally, I find the Mowgli’s extremely easy to love, but life is complicated and their latest, “Hard To Love” addresses that. Put simply, Colin Dieden (vox/guitar) calls it a song about “…struggling with the feeling of being complicated when people just want things to be easy.” “Hard Love” comes from the from their upcoming EP, American Feelings (out on 3/1).


LÉON “You And I”

If you haven’t been acquainted with the silkly-voiced, soulful pop of Swedish songstress LÉON, then I’ve done you a disservice. She has a slew of delicious singles to sink your ears into and here’s her latest: “You And I.” So you’ve time to get acquainted while we wait for her HIGHLY anticipated self-titled debut album (out 3/1) followed up by her headlining You and I World Tour – Part 1.


WEATHERS “Dirty Money”

Los Angeles alt-rock WEATHERS have a pleasing way with sound: case in point, see the funky grooves that run through “Dirty Money.” And while you’re at it, catch them on tour with fellow Los Angelenos, Magic Giant beginning this month.