According to mtvU, “CooBee Coo crushed it in the polls this week and wins this round of The Freshmen. “Never Gonna Leave Your Side” will be added into full rotation next week.” CooBee Coo joins label mates Fayuca and Reckless Serenade in The Freshmen’s winners circle. A heartfelt thank you mtvU and The Freshmen for the opportunity and a huge shout out to all the fans that voted! Tune in mtvU and catch CooBee Coo.Read More
MTV reality hit Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory has licensed the vintage ditty The Bowling Song by Joe Montgomery. The song was originally released in 1957 on the Liberty Bell label and now resides in Fervor Records eclectic stash of period greats. The episode airs tonight, January 15th. Get familiar with Joe Montgomery’s favorite pastime on iTunes and/or Spotify.
Thanks for all your votes! Reckless Serenade flew by the competition to snag top honors on mtvU’s music video platform for emerging artists, The Freshman. The band’s quirky video and Power Punk anthem Two Years Too Late goes into full rotation this week!
Reckless Serenade is the third Fervor Records artist to appear on the show and the second to capture the win. Fayuca’s Por Que Seguir landed on top of the heap last August and Super Stereo enjoyed success on the show as well. Congrats to Reckless Serenade and Director Matty Steinkamp.Read More
In the true spirit of Punk, Reckless Serenade chose to go it alone, opting to self-produce their debut effort. The band caught the attention of indie label Fervor Records who quickly inked the act. The New York quintet pull together an edgy Garage sound driven by iconic Punk Rock guitar hooks and appropriately snarky lyrics. The group successfully connects with a broad audience wading through the chaos of life with irreverent fun. Reckless Serenades’ video single, Two Years Too Late, showcases their fun loving attitude. The video currently airs on mtvU’s flagship show, The Freshman. Experience Reckless Serenade in their video debut, Two Years Too Late.Read More
Fayuca’s deep cut from Barrio Sideshow, Marialena, tells the story of a forbidden love, where the beautiful girl is mixed up with the wrong guy and pines for another. Starring Fayuca drummer Raf, this timeless tale weaves Luchadore masks into a tale as old as time.
The video, which was the second single from their Fervor Records debut, was promised to be released by the label if the loyal fans shared the announcement post on Facebook at least 125 times.
This task only took a matter of hours before it was unleashed and available to the eager Fayuqueros.
The flurry of excitement over Marialena caught the attention of mtvU, who had been reviewing a third Fayuca video for rotation (Por Que Seguir). MTV networks were so impressed, they pushed the other single/video through and it is now in regular rotation on their college-oriented channel, mtvU.
Check out the video for Marialena on YouTube, directed by Matty Steinkamp (Sundawg Media).Read More