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Res is currently hosting her Indiegogo campaign for her upcoming Reset album but has launched another effort to share new music with her fans on a weekly basis. Reset Mondays will unveil a new song at the beginning of the week until the release of the new album. “Risk It All” is the latest song to post and it’s a free-spirited rock track about taking chances. You can sign-up for Reset Mondays on her site as her Indiegogo project gains momentum.
Res releases her new single, “Hollow” and starts her Indiegogo campaign for her Reset album. The last time we heard from Res she released Refried Mac, her brilliant EP of cover songs in tribute to Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac. That project came on the heels of her 2011 Habits Of The Heart album with Talib Kweli as Idle Warship. Reset will be her sophomore solo album and there are all kinds of perks available from the campaign including the obvious copies of the project and the options to go on a hike with her and have her cover a song for you. Listen to the Jordan Davis-produced “Hollow” above and see the Indiegogo campaign here.
Hieroglyphics Announce Hiero Day on 9/7 with Compton’s Most Wanted, HBK Gang, Luniz, Res, The Coup & More
The Hieroglyphics announced their 4th annual Hiero Day today that takes place September 7th in their hometown of Oakland, California. The all-day event is a full day of musical performances on three stages, the festival also offers food and drinks from local vendors, a skate park, graffiti wall, an area for b-boy battles, a kids’ area, and much more.The all day event will include performances by Compton’s Most Wanted, P-Lo, Kool John, and Jay Ant of HBK Gang, Luniz, Psalm One, Peanut Butter Wolf, Zion I, Phat Kat, Guilty Simpson, Nx Worries, The Coup, Domo Genesis, Res, and many more. Hiero Day 2015 will be hosted at the intersection of 3rd and Chestnut Street in Oakland from 11am until 7pm on Monday September 7th, 2015. Due to exceeded capacity and expenses at last year’s event, an entry fee of $19.93 will be charged for general admission. The event is expected to sell out – tickets may be purchased in advance at https://hieroday2015.eventbrite.com. However, youth who are active in their communities as members of a Bay Area-based nonprofit organization need only to present their membership ID to gain free access. For anyone who needs financial assistance, they are encouraged to email [email protected] to submit a 250-500 word essay about what they do to improve their community.
More info: www.HieroDay.com