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July 2020

01 July

PJ Masks Live!

PJ Morton hosts The Culture


 PJ Morton launches The Culture, a weekly, live-streamed trivia show quizzing artists, actors, and distinguished guests on their knowledge of black entertainment, art, and more. Morton will host the series on his YouTube channel, where viewers can comment and play along as he puts a trio of contestants to the test.

08 July

PJ Masks Live!

PJ Morton hosts The Culture


 PJ Morton launches The Culture, a weekly, live-streamed trivia show quizzing artists, actors, and distinguished guests on their knowledge of black entertainment, art, and more. Morton will host the series on his YouTube channel, where viewers can comment and play along as he puts a trio of contestants to the test.

09 July

Soulection

Mansur Brown / ‘Tesuto’ EP / Soulection Records


Mansur Brown announces the release of a three-track EP, entitled 'Tesuto.’ The EP which spans genres of R&B, hip hop, electronic and ambient will be released on Thursday, July 9 via Soulection Records, the independent label and creative hive for worldwide, experimental musicians that was started by the Los Angeles-based DJ collective Soulection.

09 July

ASCAP Experience

ASCAP Experience: Home Edition


The new long-term initiative from ASCAP, dubbed ASCAP Experience: Home Edition, will take place weekly on Thursdays between 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT and 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT. It will initially extend through the end of July, bringing ASCAP Experience original live programming — featuring hitmakers, publishers and industry leaders — directly into the homes of ASCAP members, aspiring songwriters and others for the first time. More details are at www.ascapexperience.com.

10 July

Margo Price

Margo Price / That’s How Rumors Get Started / Loma Vista Recordings


That's How Rumors Get Started was produced by Sturgill Simpson, and co-produced by Margo Price and David Ferguson. The ten new, original songs were primarily recorded at EastWest Studios (Pet Sounds, "9 to 5"), during the week Margo received her Best New Artist GRAMMY nomination, in the middle of her pregnancy with daughter Ramona. The album is Margo Price's debut for Loma Vista Recordings. 

10 July

The Midnight

The Midnight / ‘MONSTERS’ / Counter Records


The Midnight announce MONSTERS, their new album to be released July 10 on Counter Records. MONSTERS finds the duo of Tyler Lyle and Tim McEwan, who’ve gone from online cult fascination to the #1 spot of the Billboard Electronic Album Chart, creating a sweeping sound that fuses Americana archetypes with an evocative electronic palette referencing synth-driven film scores, deep house, pop, and rock. MONSTERS sees a continuation of The Midnight's immersive world-building that has attracted a rabid fanbase — a communal coalition of internet culture obsessives, bedroom producers, Tumblr goths, cosplayers, teenagers, their parents, and everyone in between — who have been pining for a new album for almost two years.

10 July

Nikki Yanofsky

Nikki Yanofsky - ‘Turn Down The Sound’ / eOneMusic


With her new album, accomplished singer Nikki Yanofsky makes a bold creative shift: for the first time in the young artist’s already long and impressive career, Nikki leads by her own creative intuition, bucking expectations and painting a clear personal portrait of who she is today. Recorded at Warner-Chappell studios in NYC and produced and co-written by Zachary Seman and Roger Kleinman (Joey Bada$$, ASAP Rocky), the album also features the last two songs that decorated songwriter Rod Temperton (“Thriller”) ever penned. 

10 July

15 July

PJ Masks Live!

PJ Morton hosts The Culture


 PJ Morton launches The Culture, a weekly, live-streamed trivia show quizzing artists, actors, and distinguished guests on their knowledge of black entertainment, art, and more. Morton will host the series on his YouTube channel, where viewers can comment and play along as he puts a trio of contestants to the test.

16 July

ASCAP Experience

ASCAP Experience: Home Edition


The new long-term initiative from ASCAP, dubbed ASCAP Experience: Home Edition, will take place weekly on Thursdays between 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT and 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT. It will initially extend through the end of July, bringing ASCAP Experience original live programming — featuring hitmakers, publishers and industry leaders — directly into the homes of ASCAP members, aspiring songwriters and others for the first time. More details are at www.ascapexperience.com.

17 July

Oliver Tree

Oliver Tree / ‘Ugly is Beautiful’ / Atlantic Records


Ugly is Beautiful was previously slated to come out in March, but Oliver paused its release due to the continued lockdown. Now he’s ready to share the music this Summer and save us from the boredom of CDC guidelines. Oliver already shared many tracks that will appear on the album, from the bummer anthem “Let Me Down,” the jaded “Cash Machine,” the tender (sounding at least) “Alien Boy” and the reflective “Hurt.” His songs mesh hip-hop beats with a deep love of punk-rock snarl and pretty melodies; he’s a Gen Z-er who deeply cares about the craft of a good song. His bowl cut is exceptional, and so are his surreal music videos and mockumentaries that consistently track millions of views.

22 July

PJ Masks Live!

PJ Morton hosts The Culture


 PJ Morton launches The Culture, a weekly, live-streamed trivia show quizzing artists, actors, and distinguished guests on their knowledge of black entertainment, art, and more. Morton will host the series on his YouTube channel, where viewers can comment and play along as he puts a trio of contestants to the test.

23 July

ASCAP Experience

ASCAP Experience: Home Edition


The new long-term initiative from ASCAP, dubbed ASCAP Experience: Home Edition, will take place weekly on Thursdays between 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT and 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT. It will initially extend through the end of July, bringing ASCAP Experience original live programming — featuring hitmakers, publishers and industry leaders — directly into the homes of ASCAP members, aspiring songwriters and others for the first time. More details are at www.ascapexperience.com.

24 July

The Naked and Famous

The Naked and Famous - ‘Recover’ -  Somewhat Damaged/AWAL


Indie pop progenitors The Naked and Famous are set to triumphantly return in 2020 with the release of their much-anticipated new album Recover this July. Reformed as a duo (founding members Alisa Xayalith and Thom Powers), The Naked and Famous’ forthcoming LP reasserts the group as one of modern indie-pop’s most exciting sonic trailblazers, taking them to emotionally inspired depths, while maintaining the fresh effervescence that has led to over 600 million collective streams to date.

24 July

Zoë Nutt

Zoe Nutt / ‘How Does It Feel’


Nashville newcomer Zoë Nutt understands that time is precious. Although struggling with hearing loss from an early age, Zoë (now 27) wrote and recorded her new albumHow Does It Feel in the wake of a cochlear implant surgery intended to save her from complete and total deafness. Out July 24, the album rarely addresses her lifelong battle, but is blatantly informed by the maturity, self-awareness and artistic resilience as a result. 

29 July

Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind (in select theaters)


With unprecedented access to the artist, directors Martha Kehoe and Joan Tosoni chart Gordon Lightfoot's profound evolution from Christian choirboy to troubled troubadour, international star and beloved Canadian icon with 5 Grammy Nominations and over 10 million albums sold. The film is an intimate and emotional examination of Lightfoot's relationship to his music while intertwining his indelible legacy and unpacking key songs within the cultural history of folk and rock music along the way.

Watch the official trailer for the documentary ‘Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind’ - an exploration of the career, music and influence of the Canadian musical icon, which will be released later this summer via Greenwich Entertainment - here: https://youtu.be/Ftmy3xjup8c 

29 July

PJ Masks Live!

PJ Morton hosts The Culture


 PJ Morton launches The Culture, a weekly, live-streamed trivia show quizzing artists, actors, and distinguished guests on their knowledge of black entertainment, art, and more. Morton will host the series on his YouTube channel, where viewers can comment and play along as he puts a trio of contestants to the test.

30 July

ASCAP Experience

ASCAP Experience: Home Edition


The new long-term initiative from ASCAP, dubbed ASCAP Experience: Home Edition, will take place weekly on Thursdays between 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT and 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT. It will initially extend through the end of July, bringing ASCAP Experience original live programming — featuring hitmakers, publishers and industry leaders — directly into the homes of ASCAP members, aspiring songwriters and others for the first time. More details are at www.ascapexperience.com.