We are honored to have The New Respects included in Rolling Stone's March edition of '10 Artists You Need To Know.' Jon Freeman of Rolling Stone says, "The slinky, hypnotic single 'Money' combines a propulsive drum break with Fiddler on the Roof-style musings about the pitfalls of wealth."
The band's debut EP, Here Comes Trouble, is out now on Credential Recordings and streaming below via Spotify.
The New Respects sat down with NPR to discuss growing up in Nashville, and the cultural impact their music can have on society.
"The way that Jasmine, the lead singer, springs off of the darting, furtively funky pattern laid down by guitarist Alexandria, bassist Alexis and drummer Darius in "Money," a track that debuted last month and also appears on a five-song EP due in March, captures the foursome's musical interplay." - Jewly Hight (NPR Music)
Read the full interview at: NPR Music
The New Respects has unveiled its latest music video for "Money," premiering exclusively with Interview Magazine:
"As soon the chorus hits, the video sheds its stern façade and bends to the will of the New Respects' signature blend of rock and soul music." -Tahnsarah Peters for Interview Magazine
Nashville indie-pop artist Jessie Early has announced the release of her debut single, “Heart,” available for streaming and purchase everywhere on January 27. “Heart” is the first single from her debut EP, Wild Honey, which will be released March 31. Kick Kick Snare's founder and creator Brent Burns premiered the track saying, "...listening to the singer’s debut song, “Heart,” I’m on cardiac and cerebral watch since a calm feeling of euphoria is now racing through my veins."
According to Jessie, “Heart,” was the last song to make the cut on this Wild Honey EP. “It was the one song I tried to scrap. I decided to put the song on the EP knowing that it had a lot of potential, but it really just turned into the problem child throughout the entire recording process. It was either too dark, too brooding, too organic, too acoustic – too something.” The track finally came together one morning before heading to her producer’s studio to record. “I literally woke up with this beat in my head and knew that was it! I made a quick voice memo, we made that beat from scratch in the studio, and the song finally came together.”