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STYLES IN GRAMMY LINEUP
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The heat is on. (1/30a)
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The astonishing first half-century of a world-rocking genre.
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in the catalog game is...
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THE B-SIDE
Dan Luke and the Raid (New West)
2/4/20

WHAT IT IS: Daniel Shultz and his bandmates— Dylan T. Graves, J. Anthony Joiner and Kendrick Don-Reid Brent— know a thing or two about partying, evident in their album, Out of the Blue. Throughout its 10 tracks, from the slashing riffs and metronomic rhythms of opener “Fool” to the crooned vocals and dew-drop guitars of “Rita Repulsa,” people are passed out on curbs under neon signs, breaking hearts over rolled-up dollar bills and more. Shultz, who began writing songs at 12, grew up in a household of musicians, including his two older brothers, Matt and Brad—co-founders of Cage the Elephant.
ALBUM: Out of the Blue
RELEASE DATE: 10/11/19
SINGLE: “Fool”
LIVE: March headline tour
INTERNET: Playlist support in-cludes Apple Music’s ALT CTRL, The New Rock, Jumpstart, Breaking Alternative, Breaking Rock and The New Alternative
RADIO: Impacted 1/6; adds include WNYL, KROQ, KITS, KVIL, WSFS, KNDD, KBZT, KNRK, KKDO, KXTE, WEQX, WRMR, KYRK
PRESS: Pop Matters (“The music proves incredibly spontaneous, feeling as though it’s still being committed to tape as we’re listening”) EW, Flood, Billboard
BOOKING: Marsha Vlasic/Lucy Beach Artist Group International