Dangerbird News

Monday July 27, 2015 (11 hours ago)

Jesse Harris Interview & "The Secret Sun Sampler" Free Download at Noisetrade

Lifelong NYC resident Jesse Harris has an unrivaled ability to capture the perfect moment in time and space and effortlessly translate it into music & feeling.

Best known for writing Norah Jones’ breakout hit “Don’t Know Why” which sold over 20 million copies worldwide and earned him the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 2003, Harris has largely spent his career behind the scenes. He’s written songs that were lovingly adopted and recorded by Willie Nelson, The Black Keys, Bright Eyes, M. Ward, Smokey Robinson, Melody Gardot, among other incredibly well-respected performing artists.

Download The Secret Sun Sampler – a collection of songs spanning Harris’ career to date, sending you on an aural journey from NYC to Brazil to Japan and back home again.

Friday July 24, 2015 (3 days ago)

Download Holly Miranda Sampler at Noisetrade

Visit Noisetrade to download a free 5-song sampler from Holly Miranda called Days Are Shorter, Nights Are Long.

The sampler includes two tracks from Holly’s new self-titled album, and three exclusive live versions recorded at Dangerbird Studios in Los Angeles.

1. All I Want Is To Be Your Girl
2. Come On
3. Until Now (Live at Dangerbird)
4. The Only One (Live at Dangerbird)
5. All I Want Is To Be Your Girl (Live at Dangerbird)

See Holly on tour this month throughout the midwestern US!

Holly Miranda Tour Dates

Monday July 20, 2015 (1 week ago)

Stream "Doing It Wrong" from Moke Hilll's Upcoming Album Time Stops Moving

Stream “Doing It Wrong” the first single from Detroit-via-Los Angeles duo Moke Hill.

Find the song on the upcoming album Time Stops Moving that will be available at all digital retailers on Friday, August 7th.

Preorder Time Stops Moving on iTunes.

Thursday July 16, 2015 (1 week ago)

Maritime to release Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones on October 16th

Dan Didier and Davey von Bohlen have been playing music together for 20 years now. More than half of that time has been spent with Maritime, though between 2011’s gorgeous Human Hearts and the thoughtful upcoming album Magnetic Bodies/Maps Of Bones (out October 16th), they took a little trip down memory lane by briefly reuniting their old band, The Promise Ring.

With Magnetic Bodies/Maps Of Bones Maritime’s fifth album, the band feels younger than its years, and yet in full possession of its own hard-won wisdom and experience. It feels like a band with nothing to prove, but that’s going to prove it anyway.

Stream “Satellite Love” on Spotify/Apple Music/Rdio/Soundcloud and preorder the album below!

Limited Edition Blue Vinyl



Wednesday July 15, 2015 (1 week ago)

A. Sinclair Session Launches at Daytrotter

Daytrotter has launched their exclusive session with A. Sinclair where the band plays “Suit Up” and “Shiny Things” from their latest release, Pretty Girls (available now on Dangerbird).

Listen & download the session over at Daytrotter.com.

Wednesday July 15, 2015 (1 week ago)

The Dears Return with Times Infinity Volume One In Stores September 25th

Acclaimed Montreal rock band The Dears are thrilled to announce the release of their new album Times Infinity Volume One on September 25th via Dangerbird Records.

Times Infinity Volume One is the first new album from the band in four years following a seemingly endless string of personal triumphs and tribulations. During this blurred period, founding member of The Dears’ Murray Lightburn was unsure of the band’s future. “When you start a band, you never think of the end. When we began work on this album, it was a process that consumed us completely, harkening back to our earliest days. In turn, the record became about sentimentality but in the face of great uncertainty; the concept of eternal love and all its fragility.”

Stream the first new track “I Used To Pray For The Heavens To Fall” at Noisey.

Preorder the album on vinyl, CD, or digital formats and receive the full album on September 25th.

Tuesday July 14, 2015 (1 week ago)

T. Hardy Morris "Drownin On A Mountaintop" Lyric Video Premiere at Popmatters

The official lyric video for T. Hardy Morris title track off his new album, “Drownin On A Mountaintop” is premiering today on PopMatters.

Watch, read, and share the lyric video.

“According to a certain press outlet I have ‘shitty’ lyrics,” Morris says succinctly. “See for yourself in the video for the song ‘Drownin on a Mountaintop’ which is a song (lyrically and sonically) about giving a rip what critics think and doing what you want…Enjoy and share the shit out of it.”



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Upcoming Releases

Moke Hill

Time Stops Moving

Coming Aug 7, 2015

The Dears

Times Infinity Volume One

Coming Sep 25, 2015


Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones

Coming Oct 16, 2015

Latest Releases

T. Hardy Morris

Hardy & The Hardknocks: Drownin On A Mountaintop

Released Jun 23, 2015

Holly Miranda

Holly Miranda

Released May 19, 2015


Milwaukee - Single

Released Apr 14, 2015

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