New releases ReverbNation Releases 5.5.2021

Published on May 5th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault

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ReverbNation Release Dates (May 7 and Beyond)

Whew, we’ve been busy going through more than 1,600 submissions from ReverbNation-affiliated artists, all seeking to be included on Pauseandplay.com. It’s not an easy job, but somebody’s gotta do it.

“Now, on with the countdown …”

NEW RELEASES

CHESNEY CLAIRE (Las Vegas, NV)
“Come Alive” (feat. Jai Sessions; Hear here; Zeiss Entertainment, LLC, May 14) » BUY NOW

CRASHING ATLAS (Baltimore, MD)
“Kerosene” (five-song EP; Hear here; CA Records) » BUY NOW

THE PINKERETTES (Kraków, PL)
“Why Are You Afraid of Progress” (Hear here; May 7) » BUY NOW, “The Great Escape, Part II: Famine” (Hear here; Orphaned by Genesis, May 21) » BUY NOW

MIKE LAMBETH (Cartwright, NSW, AU)
“Ravenman” (producers: Richard Baraka, Lambeth; Hear here; Captain Karma, May 8) » BUY NOW

JOHN REVITTE (Los Angeles, CA)
“Greatest Gift” (Hear here; John Revitte) » BUY NOW

ANNUNAKI CHARIOT (Atlanta, GA)
“I Loved You Without Sex” (Hear here; Annunaki Chariot) » BUY NOW

KRIS ANGELIS (Pasadena, CA)
“The Skies We Look To” (seven-song EP; producer: Billy Lefler; Hear here; Kris Angelis) » BUY NOW

AINSLEY COSTELLO (Gallatin, TN)
“Metanoia” (Hear here; Ainsley Costello) » BUY NOW

REDEMPTION ROAD BAND (Sioux Falls, SD)
“The Hated” (Hear here; Redemption Road Band) » BUY NOW

HEALTHY JUNKIES (London, ENG, UK)
“Mayday” (Hear here; Banana Castle) » BUY NOW

ROB GRAVELLE (Ottawa, ON, CA)
“Suspended Animation” (Hear here; Rob Gravelle) » BUY NOW

BILL TOMS & HARD RAIN (Pittsburgh, PA)
“Keep Movin’ On” (producer: Rick Witkowski; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Terraplane) » BUY NOW

RANDOM KID (Bridgend, WLS, UK)
“Dream” (Hear here; Random Kid) » BUY NOW

JENNIFER ALVARADO (Vale, NC)
“Playing With Fire” (Hear here; Heart Strings) » BUY NOW

PEKKANINI (Göteborg, SE)
“News from the Past and Other Instrumental Songs” (Hear here; PEKKANINI) » BUY NOW

CLOVERHILL (Blackburn, UK)
“Radio” (Hear here) » BUY NOW

FIRKIN (Budapest, HU)
“Still Alive!” (Hear here; Pump Jump) » BUY NOW

CARRY THE DAY (Torrance, CA)
“Liar (Set Me Free)” (Hear here; Carry the Day) » BUY NOW

WAX’A’DON (Rockford, IL)
“Nipsey Hustlin” (Hear here; Wax’A’Don) » BUY NOW

BAXTER BRIEFLY (Vinton, VA)
“last time” (Hear here; Baxter Briefly) » BUY NOW

ZENTOY (Brussels, BE)
“Melancholia” (four-song EP; Hear here; Rainbow Mode) » BUY NOW

JACKSON B. BEGLEY (Oshawa, ON, CA)
“Whys Wherefores & Woes” (six-song EP; Hear here; Spinnup) » BUY NOW

NATAZBIG (Venice, CA)
“Sprung or Not” (feat. Berri; Hear here) » BUY NOW

PAUL PICASSO (New York, NY)
“ZENO” (Hear here; Paul Picasso) » BUY NOW

SIERRA NICOLE (Durham, NC)
“Defining Me” (Hear here; Sierra Nicole) » BUY NOW

CLIFF AND IVY (Anchorage, AK)
“Bring Us the Night” (Hear here; House of Extreme Darkness) » BUY NOW

KINGQUEEN (Los Angeles, CA)
“Live It Up” (Hear here; Curtain Call) » BUY NOW

MICHELLE LILY (New York, NY)
“Sunday Morning” (Hear here; Silos Music) » BUY NOW

JAKOB STEEN-ANDERSEN (Kongens Lyngby, DK)
“pop class, class symphony, symphony, organ, classical, piano symphony, etc.” (Hear here; Jakob Steen-andersen) » BUY NOW

FABIANO NEGRI (Campinas, BZ)
“The Fool’s Path (Remastered)” (Hear here; Fabiano Negri) » BUY NOW

CNC CADILLAC (Atlanta, GA)
“Flex” (six-song EP; Hear here; Cnc DaLabel) » BUY NOW

EFINXACE (Philadelphia, PA)
“Diaries of the heart” (guests: Beth Grey, Bennie-ox, Prophy, Morris Wonderboy, Usekay, AK feeling man; Hear here; Efinxace Music) » BUY NOW

SERGIO LOVETT (Atlanta, GA)
“Authenticity” (four-song EP; Hear here; iLovett Records) » BUY NOW

THE BOGART JONES BAND (Canton, IL)
“Beneath the Scars” (Hear here; Peel & Stick) » BUY NOW

Past ReverbNation Release Dates

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