Congrats to our own Jim-E Stack on his contribution to the original and this brand new re-work of “When I’m With Him.” Listen to it on Spotify here.
New single from Cass McCombs, “The Great Pixley Train Robbery” – as featured on Rolling Stone – is out now on Anti. Full album “Tip Of The Sphere” to follow on February 8th. Listen to the singles on Spotify here.
Sunflower Bean’s new EP “King Of The Dudes” is out now on Mom + Pop. Featuring co-writing and production from Heavy Duty’s Justin Raisen, “King Of The Dudes” has solidified Sunflower Bean as one of the coolest young bands in the indie rock scene today. Listen to “King Of The Dudes” on Spotify here.
Congrats to Heavy Duty writer James Rushent on his contribution to “Catchy Song” – the title track from The Lego More: The Second Part! Listen to it on Spotify here.
New music video for Gesaffelstein & The Weeknd’s “Lost In The Fire” – co-written and co-produced by Heavy Duty’s Nate Donmoyer.
Congrats to our own BJ Burton for his contribution to “Do You Need Power? (Walk Out Music)” by Bon Iver for Creed II: The Album by Mike Will Made-It! Listen on Spotify here.
Heavy Duty was recently featured in Pro Sound News – click here for an interview with our executive creative producer Ariel Rechtshaid on what’s the latest at Heavy Duty Music Publishing and Heavy Duty Projects.
Heavy Duty’s favorite Austrian duo, Lea Santee, has released an eye-catching music video for their single “Rollin.’” See for yourself & stay tuned for their upcoming Venice EP.
We’re delighted to share with you the official remix of Hamilton + Rostam’s “In A Black Out”, brought to you by none other than Heavy Duty writer & producer Buddy Ross. Stream it below on Spotify.
We’re honored to be part of the first single from Grace Mitchell’s upcoming debut album, titled “Kids (Ain’t All Right)”. Co-written & produced by Heavy Duty’s Daniel Nigro, “Kids” is the first taste from Grace and the Heavy Duty crew.
Check out the beautiful fanzine + lyric video above and see a special live performance of “Kids” below.