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"Favorite Everything" by The Bouncing Souls

This week's Music Monday is all about New Jersey as we feature the latest release from The Bouncing Souls!  We grew up listening to this band and we'd be lying if we said they weren't a heavy influence on our brand's launch way back in 2003.  With Favorite Everything, part of their 6-song EP Crucial Moments which was released just last Friday, they continue to hit us with vibes that help narrate our shared love of the Garden State and beyond.  The EP comes with a book that celebrates their 30th Anniversary and they've embarked on a pretty massive tour!... Read More...

"Quest For Coin" by Ezra Collective

We've been vibing on some Jazz around Jetty HQ as of late, so with perfect timing we've been introduced to Ezra Collective!  The London 5-piece puts their own spin on classic Jazz with definite Hip Hop and UK influences.  Get out and dance when they tour the US this month, and check out their new single Quest For Coin from their upcoming album You Can't Steal My Joy... Read More...

"How We Be" by Sinkane

Our fifth year of the Hop Sauce Festival is just around the corner (June 2nd to be exact), and that means sharing some music from our music lineup!  Our headliner for 2018 is Brooklyn's Sinkane.  Check out the video for How We Be and buy your tickets today -- it's for a good cause!  Read More...

"Tonya Harding" by Sufjan Stevens

Disgraced figure-skater, Tonya Harding is surely making a comeback these days with the help of a high-profile Hollywood film and this week's Music Monday artist, Sufjan Stevens. Though it wasn't included as part of the film's soundtrack, Stevens released not one, but two versions of his dreamy new single Tonya Harding.  Check out the catchy tune, which is accompanied by some throwback footage of Harding skating her heart out. Read More...

"Really Nice Guys" by Ron Gallo

Happy New Year from all of us at Jetty!  In the spirit of all things new, check out New West Records artist, Ron Gallo and the video for his new song Really Nice Guys! Read More...

"Tell Me Why" by Unwritten Law

This week's Music Monday artist, Unwritten Law, comes by special request from Jetty Ambassador Pete Machotka.  Back in 1996, Epic Records released the band's sophomore album, Oz Factor.  It established the band's presence in the SoCal punk scene during the nineties.  Check out Pete's pick from the record, Tell Me Why! Read More...

"The Main Pretender" by Ty Segall

And the songs keep coming from Ty Segall!  Try this one on for size.  His new song, The Main Pretender, is driven by sax licks and a roiling bass line, bouncing like rubber and sticking like glue, exploding into a middle-eight-chorus progression that there's no coming back from.  Ty is doing a number of dates now through next year including some solo acoustic gigs and a support slot for Queens of The Stone Age.  Check out The Main Pretender! <a href="http://tysegall.bandcamp.com/track/the-main-pretender">The Main Pretender by Ty Segall</a>   Read More...

"Unite/Rebuild: A Song For Relief" by Halley Feaster

We can't believe it's already been 5 years since Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast.  Enter Halley Feaster who reached out to Jetty with an original song we're stoked to share and a message of helping those who are still dealing with Sandy's aftermath.  We encourage you to make a donation to The Jetty Rock Foundation which was started in response to the storm, and continues to raise funds to donate to worthy causes impacting local communities and beyond.  Check out the video for Unite/Rebuild: A Song For Relief! Read More...

"Shira" by Glassjaw

This week we're featuring new music from post-hardcore, Long Island-band Glassjaw!  It's literally taken a decade and a half to deliver what will be just their third album, Material Control, which drops December 1st.  The expectations are pretty high for a genre-band with a cult following such as theirs, and it should be well worth the wait.  Check out the heavy new single, Shira! Read More...

"One Rizla" by Shame

This week we're featuring one of Britain's most exciting new bands, Shame.  The five-piece have earned a reputation as one of the most exhilarating live bands in the UK through their heavy touring schedule.  Their new album Songs of Praise is out January 12th on Dead Oceans.  Watch the video for their single One Rizla! Read More...

“Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore” by Marlon Williams

New Zealand’s Marlon Williams will release his sophomore album, Make Way For Love, on February 16th via Dead Oceans.  Known for his distinctive voice, the album marks Marlon’s songwriting growth as he explores new musical terrain and reveals himself in an unprecedented way in the wake of a fractured relationship.  Marlon just announced an international tour, which will take his live show to dozens of cities around the world for his largest ever headline tour.  Check out the video for his single, Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore, a duet with Aldous Harding!   Read More...

"Love Over Money" by Gord Downie

There's something haunting and especially bittersweet about featuring the latest and final release by Gord Downie, best known as the frontman for Canada's The Tragically Hip.  Sadly, Downie passed away earlier this month after battling cancer.  Music fans far and wide are lucky to have one last collection of songs (twenty-three songs in fact), though Introduce Yourself.  Check out Love Over Money! Read More...

"Glass House" by Screaming Females

It's been a couple of years since the release of Screaming Females' album, Rose Mountain.  This February, the New Jersey trio will drop their seventh full-length album, All At Once.  If you live nearby or feel like taking a trip to New Jersey, make sure to grab some tickets for their three-night, album release extravaganza this Winter at Monty Hall in Jersey City.  Check out all three members getting slammed in the head with vases in the intense video for their new single, Glass House! Read More...

"Peace Sign" by The Front Bottoms

New Jersey's The Front Bottoms are back with their new album, Going Grey, which is out now through Fueled By Ramen.  They've got a ton of shows lined up both stateside and in the UK, so go get your tickets!  Check out their newest video for the single Peace Sign! Read More...

"Queens of the Breakers" by The Barr Brothers

This week we're featuring Montreal’s The Barr Brothers, who will release their new album, Queens of the Breakers, on October 13 through Secret City Records.  It's been a bit of a wait for a full-length follow-up to 2014's Sleeping Operator, but fans should be pleased if the album's title track is any indication of what's to come.  Check it out!   Read More...

"Spun" by Hardwork Movement

Philly's Hardwork Movement makes hip-hop music that we would dare say anyone will love. We were stoked to have them for this year's Hop Sauce Festival music stage and now the excitement continues with their brand new release, For The People.  Check out their song Spun! Read More...

"Like Going Down Sideways" by Cut Worms

There's something timeless about Cut Worms, a.k.a. NY-based Max Clarke's music. On October 20th, Jagjaguwar will release his debut EP, Alien Sunset, a collection of home-recorded demos from Clarke’s time living in Chicago and New York City.  Additionally, Cut Worms will hit the road this fall supporting The Lemon Twigs and Nick Lowe.  Check out the video for the lead single Like Going Down Sideways! Read More...

"People Say" by Wu-tang Clan feat. Redman

If there is one thing for sure it's that the beloved Wu-tang Clan has transcended Hip-Hop nearly 24 years after dropping the classic Enter the Wu-tang (36 Chambers).  With 9 official members, an honorary member (Cappadonna), and countless crew affiliates, the Wu has dropped a ton of music, but Wu-tang: The Saga Continues will mark their 7th studio album as a full unit (8th if you count the controversial album only owned by Martin Shkreli).  People Say features NJ native Redman and although the RZA is listed as the album's Executive Producer, much of those efforts have been assigned to... Read More...

"Illuminant" by Quicksand

From all of us at Jetty, we want to wish you an amazing Labor Day!   Here's some new music from Quicksand to add to your long weekend soundtrack.  Check out their video for Illuminant. Read More...

"Hard To Say Goodbye" by Washed Out

Georgia's Washed Out released his new album, Mister Mellow, back in June.  Moving away from the sounds on his previous records, Ernest Greene has partnered with the rebellious beat-driven label Stones Throw as he continues to carve out a unique sonic identity that stands in direct opposition to most current trends.  Mister Mellow is influenced by a number of genres including free jazz, house, hip-hop, and psych with a mix of voiceover samples to create a busy, chaotic, and caricaturish collection.  Check out the video for Hard To Say Goodbye! Read More...