Monday Music Roundup – April 7

After months of promising new music, Against Grace delivers with “Please Don’t Go,” a mix of polished pop hooks and dance grooves. They called themselves the “love child of Neon Trees and Two Door Cinema Club.” And fittingly enough, the song has been featured in a Trojan condom ad.

Hip hop artist Chance Fischer debuts a slick new single called “DEUX,” which he admits is a mature audiences song. The self-proclaimed “thought provoker” shows that he can show lust and desire in his music just as good as he can with societal issues. In the words of Chance himself, “if you enjoy spring fever and sex in the afternoon, this record is for you.”

Richmond native hip hop recording artist AR Tae released a new single called “Tie Dye Tommy” that’s infectious and entertaining.

Right now, indie-pop noise rockers White Laces are opening for the War On Drugs on tour and have their second album, “Trance,” ready to be released soon. The album was recorded over seven days in late December in Philadelphia by Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, Nothing, Purling Hiss). They recently premiered a new track called “Skate Or Die” on Sterogum.

Here’s a new jam by jazz master Scott Burton about the oncoming glory of Spring.

Rock band The Domino Effect has been performing in support of is first independently written and recorded album “3 Hour Notice.” They’ll also be performing in the finals for XL102’s Rock Off #RVA at the Canal Club on April 10.

Got 19 seconds? Hoax Hunters released a quick song from its upcoming debut album “Comfort & Safety.


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