Crobot announces February tour

Crobot has announced a run of dates commencing Feb. 5 in Scottsdale, Arizona. AEGES and Like Machines will support all appearances. A complete itinerary follows below. The band’s latest studio album, "Motherbrain," continues to make waves fueled by strong support from radio, the media and a global fan base. The lead single “Low Life” has... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Brandon Yeagley of Crobot

Three years have passed since we last heard new music from Crobot. But with a new lineup and label (Mascot Records), the Pennsylvania-based band hasn’t missed a beat. Its upcoming fourth album, “Motherbrain” (Aug. 23, 2019; pre-order here), is its best work yet, packed with the grooves Crobot fans know and love, but also sporting... Continue Reading →

Crobot debuts ‘Low Life’ music video

Crobot and Mascot Records have debuted a new music video for “Low Life” from the band’s upcoming studio album, "Motherbrain," out globally on Aug. 23 (pre-order here). The clip captures front an Brandon Yeagley as he navigates multiple settings while exhibiting questionable behavior toward the various characters he comes in contact with. Its was directed by... Continue Reading →

Crobot to release new album ‘Motherbrain’ on Aug. 23

Crobot will release its new studio album, "Motherbrain," on Aug. 23 via Mascot records. Earlier this year, the band released a music video for the new song "Keep Me Down," and now a second song from the record, "Low Life," is available. Both tracks can be heard below. "Motherbrain" was produced by Crobot and Corey... Continue Reading →

Crobot signs with Mascot Label Group

Mascot Label Group has announced the signing of Crobot to a global recording agreement with Mascot Records. The band is working on its next release. Crobot’s Brandon Yeagley (vocals) and Chris Bishop (vocals) released the following statement: “For almost two years, the Crobot funk has been fermenting beneath the streets of Pottsville, Pa., festering into... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Black Stone Cherry – ‘Family Tree’

Review by Greg Maki ----- Black Stone Cherry never has been shy about its deep roots in blues and Southern rock. Its fifth studio album was named for its home state of Kentucky, and 2017 saw the release of the EP “Black to Blues,” featuring covers of six classic blues songs. Even more than the... Continue Reading →

Black Stone Cherry to release ‘Family Tree’ on April 20

Black Stone Cherry is set to release its sixth studio album, "Family Tree," on April 20 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. "Burnin’," the first musical taste of the new collection is available today, along with the ability to pre-order the release in various physical and digital formats.  Check out the lyric video below and pick up your digital version here. ... Continue Reading →

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