Friday, January 31, 2014

The New Royales Share "Misdemeanor" (Foster Sylvers cover), Covers Mixtape Out Now

The New Royales

Post & Share: “Misdemeanor” (Foster Sylvers Cover) MP3

Freedom’s For The Brave Out Now

“ ...adding in big beats, subtracting the scuzzy guitars, smoothing out the chorus, and having Alcock give his best Jack-White-yelping impression." – NYLON
"The New Royales’ diverse makeup ... does add to the uniqueness of their sound but their musical boundaries are their own and there, there are no borders."
– Ladygunn
“…a sticky indie edit of the old-school, feel-groovy joint.”  VIBE

The New Royales have a background as interesting as the music they create together. The band just releasedFreedom’s For The Brave: an album of covers featuring some of their various influences, including tracks byDepeche ModeThe White StripesJefferson Airplane & more.
The band previously unveiled their interpretation of The Monks’ classic, “Drugs In My Pocket,” and their irresistible take on The White Stripes’ “Fell In Love With A Girl.” Today, they’ve unleashed their “polished, jaunty take” on Foster Sylvers’ 1973 classic, “Misdemeanor.” The MP3 premiered with PopMatters, and is available to post & share HERE.
The New Royales’ Liz Rodrigues recently lent her voice to Eminem’s latest hit, “Survival.” 2-time GRAMMY winning (4-time nominated) producer, DJ Khalil, has worked with the likes of Jay Z, Dr. Dre, Drake & Kendrick Lamar. In addition, DJ Khalil and Liz, along with Canadian multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Erik Alcock & Chin Injeti, have co-written with Pink on her 5 million albums sold, The Truth About Love, Pitbull’s Can’t Stop Me Now & Eminem‘s hit record Marshall Mathers LP 2 (“Survival”), which debuted at #1 on the iTunes album chart.
Hailing from separate parts of the world; Liz, Erik, Chin & DJ Khalil, The New Royales’ diverse makeup lends a hand in the uniqueness of their sound, pushing their own musical boundaries whilst still remaining a cohesive unit.
Their diverse backgrounds and unifying passion and respect for music has led to a sound that is eclectic and futuristic with a twist of the past.

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