Songwriting icon and legendary performer “Whisperin’ Bill” Anderson released his new autobiography Whisperin’ Bill Anderson: An Unprecedented Life In Country Music September 1 and within two weeks, the entire first printing was sold out! A rush shipment just arrived and more copies are available now.

In addition, listeners can sit back and enjoy a NEW audio book narrated by Bill Anderson. The audio book bundle also includes a Bonus CD featuring 10 never-before released self-penned acoustic recordings by Anderson, including smash hits like “Whiskey Lullaby” (Brad Paisley/Alison Krauss), “Give It Away” (George Strait), “City Lights” (Ray Price) and seven more.


Saint Marilyn Premiere “Frustrate Me” Via EARMILK

Today, Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo Saint Marilyn premiered their track “Frustrate Me” via EARMILK. The single marries hazy psych-pop synths, dub scattered drumbeats and spine-chilling vocals.

Vocalist/drummer Che Houston opened up to them about the track: “We wanted there to be an indecisive aspect to the way the synthesizers bend and move, to emulate the fluctuations of emotion in a personal conflict.”

Get lost in the hazy shimmer of Saint Marilyn’s “Frustrate Me” [Premiere]


Galactic Pegasus return with yet another single off of their upcoming full-length, Phantom of the Hill. This time, the band is offering us a playthrough video, courtesy of GearGods!

Ginger Ale & The Monowhales share indie-pop EP early on AllMusic

The Toronto indie-pop band Ginger Ale & The Monowhales is streaming their debut EP BANG now on, ahead of its 10/14 release. The five track offering begins with “Home,” a charming piece of pop meets garage rock that celebrates the band’s hometown. The accompanied video racked up over 200,000 views in seven days on Facebook, landing them some airtime on Global News, Sirius and even a shout-out from the mayor of Toronto, John Tory.

Navy Gangs Premiere “Mondays” Video Via FLOOD

Navy Gangs premiered the video for their track “Mondays” via FLOOD ahead of their upcoming EP released this Friday October 14th via No Roads.

PREMIERE: Fight Your Post-Debate Malaise with Navy Gangs’s “Mondays” Video

The Edward Furlongs, called “Cold Car”

The Edward Furlongs are a New Jersey-based endeavor in American music, comprised of Dan Gugger and Nick Afflitto. The project is a tip of the hat to the pioneers before them, a reflection of their collective experiences and a bullish reaction to the state of modern music.

Although Dan and Nick grew up playing music in the same thriving New Jersey music scene, they didn’t meet until performing together on the Vans Warped Tour in the summer of 2009. After spending several years performing music for other bands, they decided to create music of their own, with a few core principals in mind.

VON SELL Shares New Single, “NAMES”

VON SELL has quickly proven himself as an indie music staple. His incredible, electro-laced new single titled “Names,” which was just released, is from his highly anticipated self-titled EP, Von Sell, out this Friday, October 14th.

An Electro-Pop artist currently based in New York, Von Sell’s history goes deep. The son of Israeli singer Esther Ofarim and German filmmaker Philipp von Sell, he was born in New York City, before moving to Hamburg, Germany at the age of 2, where he was raised. He began making bedroom pop at the age of 18. After high school he did stints at the British Academy of New Music and Humboldt University in Berlin before finally moving stateside to Boston to study music at Berklee College of Music, majoring in “Contemporary Writing and Production” and studying the piano.


Brisbane’s The End of the Line Festival grows ever bigger today with the final addition to the already brimming lineup for Saturday November 5. Melbourne’s Teeth & Tongue join an incredibly talented pool of local and national band and artists including Fraser A. Gorman, Major Leagues, Banff, Good Boy, Mid Ayr, Totally Mild and more.

Turning three in 2016, this all ages and completely free event is a street festival oasis tucked away in one of the city’s most eccentric communities, Woolloongabba. Programmed by Jet Black Cat record store owner and legend of the scene, Shannon Logan, the lineup aims to complement the quirky community vibe of The Gabba.

Reliving those Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater fantasties is easy at The End of the Line, especially when the soundtrack is on point. Kick flipping back into the festival in 2016 is the huge vert ramp complete with some of the country’s top skaters thanks to Skatebiz.

Maroon 5 to Debut NEW Single “Don’t Wanna Know” Featuring Kendrick Lamar TODAY, October 11th

Three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum band Maroon 5 announce their new single “Don’t Wanna Know” featuring Top Dawg Entertainment Recording artist Kendrick Lamar, releasing at all digital retailers TODAY, October 11th @ 9pm PST through 222 Records/Interscope. The song officially goes to radio today as well.

Maroon 5 will also premiere the music video for “Don’t Wanna Know” on NBC’s TODAY Show also on October 14th. The band’s new video is another unique, unforgettable, and undeniable visual clip. For the video, they re-teamed with acclaimed director, producer, and screenwriter David Dobkin (Wedding Crashers), who helmed the music video for Maroon 5’s Grammy-nominated six times-platinum selling single “Sugar” —which amassed 1.4 billion YouTube/VEVO views and counting and stands out as the group’s “most-viewed video to date.”

Maroon 5 – “Don’t Wanna Know” (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

Lossy – ‘You Who’s Guiding Me’ Single

Lossy Thompson, a new songwriter hailing from Lord Howe Island, is excited to announce the release of her second single, ‘You Who’s Guiding Me’ after teaming up with The A&R department.

Australian audiences got their first taste of Lossy’s unique and uplifting brand of folk and indie-pop with ‘Blue Lagoons’, her first single released in June 2015. Her songs sparkle with personality and follow the tradition of storytelling folk singers, exemplified through triple j presenter Bridget Hurstwaite’s comments on the first release, “This is so sweet and pretty and warm and I can just tell you are a lovely girl!”

Michael Jablonka – ‘Mantra’

Lost In The Manor is thrilled to introduce outstanding London-based singer and guitarist Michael Jablonka as the latest artist on its roster, an artist whose 21st-century take on bluesy alt-funk and soulful indie-rock is a rare and powerful delight. Jablonka, currently on tour as guitarist for Michael Kiwanuka, is offering his exhilarating track ‘Mantra’ as an exclusive free download ahead of a belter of a debut single out later this year

The Blackheart Orchestra Release New Album

Manchester based multi-instrumentalist duo The Blackheart Orchestra bring a heavenly fusion of acoustic folk, progressive pop and modern classical composition with the new single “Sebastian” taken from the breathtaking new album “Diving For Roses”, released Friday 25th November.


Aesop Rock has announced a new run of tour dates across North America in support of his acclaimed new album, The Impossible Kid. The indie rap mainstay will be joined, once again, by comrades Rob Sonic and DJ Zone for an extensive headlining tour supported by rising Stones Throw artisan Homeboy Sandman, with whom Aesop collaborated on the recently released free EP Lice 2: Still Buggin’. Full tour dates below, tickets go on sale this Friday, October 14. The announcement arrives in conjunction with a new Rob Shaw-directed video for album standout “Shrunk,” which re-contextualizes the song’s narrative about Aesop’s adversarial relationship with therapy as an arcade video game (one exceedingly hungry for coins).

Winter premieres new single “Dreaming” via NYLON

LA-based (by way of Brazil) dream-pop band Winter shares their latest single “Dreaming.” Originally written in 2013, the song was almost lost when the band’s laptop was stolen on tour. This summer a version of the song was miraculously recovered on a backup hard drive, and is now streaming over at NYLON and on SoundCloud. A music video for the single will be released soon.


“Helicopter” is featured on the Colorado quintet’s sophomore album Weight Of Matter, which arrived in August on Bar/None Records. Eros and the Eschaton have spent parts of September and this month on the road, hitting Maximum Ames Fest, Lincoln Calling, as they weaved their way through the north and Midwest. Tonight they arrive in New York City to perform at Cake Shop (10pm), before heading across the river to C’mon Everybody on Friday (8pm).


The multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated Goo Goo Dolls have released the new single from their 11th studio album Boxes, “Over and Over.” The new song can be heard in the official lyric video and has officially impacted at radio. In celebration of the single launch, filmmakers and video directors have a chance to create an original video for the single through a contest in partnership with Talenthouse. The grand prize includes an autographed guitar, having the video featured on the Goo Goo Dolls social sites, and $5,000 cash.

new Cakes Da Killa track/vid

New York artist Cakes Da Killa has his debut album, Hedonism, coming October 21st via Ruffians / Thirty Tigers, and here’s a video from it for “New Phone Who Dis,” created in conjunction with Red Bull Sound Select. Directed by Ben Clarkson, the video is a literal, animated depiction of the track. Check the video below via Adult Swim, pre-order the album and see him live in the US/EU starting this weekend (full dates below).

Kitty releases 80’s inspired “Asari Love” for Adult Swim Singles Program

This week the Adult Swim Singles Program brings us a new track from Kitty (AKA Kitty Pryde) called “Asari Love Song.” As premiered by The FADER, “Asari Love Song” builds on her unique versatility to both sing and rap over the fresh 80s-inspired production while throwback synth leads give way to a new era of pop princess. You’ll be happy to have this tune stuck in your head. Give it a listen and download it for free at

Scam Avenue – “Sailor”

Scam Avenue exists in a world where New Wave is not a relic of the 80s but the contemporary mode of song. They strip down to the building blocks of electronic pop music and complement them with the occasional surprise: crashing or atmospheric guitars, a drum break out of left field … What was once retro is new and now and forever. With Scam Avenue you can hear the timeless New Order appeal of drum machines and Britpop guitars, Human League synths, and female vocals alternately icy and dramatic. A sound that brings to mind Saint Etienne, Goldfrapp, Ladytron, or the pop side of the electroclash years.


Today HIPHOPDX premiered “ICARUS” the second single off of Sims upcoming album ‘More Than Ever’ which will be out 11/4 via Doomtree Records. When speaking about the song SIMS said, “This song is about feeling unstoppable, the chorus came to me while I was driving in my car listening to this Paper Tiger beat. It was one of those perfect Fall days, where the air is crisp and the sun is bright. I was thinking about how awesome life is, just driving around feeling excited. It was one of those moments where you are like the living embodiment of love. I wanted to make a distillation of that feeling, cuz I feel like shit a lot of the time. It’s about rising above all of the pettiness, and being daring enough to take a chance; to risk being safe to do something amazing. I called it ‘Icarus’ as a counterpoint to the cautionary tale. For everyone warning you to play safe, to not fly too high, I offer: We are all going to die. Might as well live boldly.”

Watch Skrillex’s debut Boiler Room set in full

Skrillex made his Boiler Room debut on September 29th in Shanghai, as part of OWSLA’s offering at the International Music Summit Asia-Pacific. He performed a diverse 75-minute set which quickly became the most streamed in Boiler Room’s history. Watch the full set below in its entirety and share.

ANAGNORISIS: US Black Metal Outfit Unveils Title Track

Peripeteia, the ambitious and reflective third album from Kentucky-based black metal outfit, ANAGNORISIS,will see release next week, and today, the band unveils the title track to the record through an exclusive premiere at Invisible Oranges, who is sponsoring the band’s upcoming tour.


Basia Bulat surprised her fans this week with the release of a brand new “Infamous” video. Shot while on the road in support of Polaris Music Prize short-listed album Good Advice and directed by Derrick Belcham, the video includes footage from concerts filmed at Lincoln Hall in Chicago, Off Broadway in St Louis, Riot Room in Kansas City, The Opolis in Norman, The Bowery Ballroom in New York, and at the Métropolis in Montreal. Additional footage from the video was filmed by Kaveh Nabatian and Bulat herself. She had this message to share about the video:

This past year has been an unpredictable, thrilling cloudburst of an adventure with hardly a minute to stop and think about what has really happened and all the beautiful places I’ve been lucky enough to see. Somehow, all since February, my songs have taken me to little dive bars in the desert, cabaret rooms, a stage surrounded by mountains, a circus tent shaking from a thunderstorm, Carnegie Hall, rock clubs, summer festival tents full of beautiful people dancing covered in glitter, theatres, folk music halls, churches, art galleries, and a roman cave. I don’t know what that all means except that I am in love with the highs and lows and all the madness that comes along with singing and playing my songs for a living and I take none of it for granted. Thank you for all your love and energy and for making these concerts the special nights that they are. I am so grateful to get to spend my life doing this. See you on the road. Love, Basia.

Tennyson shares “Your Eyes” feat. NJOMZA on OWSLA

Teenage brother / sister duo Tennyson are sharing their new song “Your Eyes” feat. NJOMZA as a free download today in celebration of their ongoing tour with M83. Tennyson recently signed to OWSLA and will be releasing an EP on the label in the coming months. “Your Eyes” marks Tennyson’s first release on the label since pairing with Skrillex for the remix of “Stranger” which has over 7.5 million plays to date. Stream “Your Eyes” below and download for free, and catch Tennyson on tour now at the dates below.


Today, electro-rock dance outfit STRFKR have offered up another glimpse at their anticipated forthcoming album ‘Being No One, Going Nowhere’ – out November 4th on Polyvinyl – with the release of their new track “Satellite.” Interview Magazine describes the glistening, funky track as having “thought-provoking content with a groovy dance tune,” and adds, “’Satellite’ highlights how the band has grown in three years; it acknowledges the past, accepts it, and looks toward the future.”

Rich The Kid and Migos team up for “Dat Way”

Quality Control’s Rich The Kid and Migos connect for new banger “Dat Way” produced by The Honorable C.N.O.T.E. from the up and coming joint mixtape Streets On Lock 5 which is slated for release on November 5th.

Tyler Reese rediscovers his creative muse on “Reminiscence”

Guitarist Tyler Reese found that being a busy Nashville session player all week and touring in a country band every weekend left little time to explore his own musical creativity. The 23-year-old, once summoned to Paisley Park to play for Prince and who studied at the feet of jazz guitar legend Pat Metheny, re-immersed himself in the music that first sparked his passion and imagination: jazz fusion. Carving time to revisit his roots resulted in the varied guitar-driven, jazz odyssey titled “Reminiscence,” featuring ten of his original compositions. The platter, produced by Jeff Silverman (Rick Springfield, Hiroshima, The Allman Brothers Band, Tim Weisberg) and Reese, will be released on November 4 and is prefaced at radio by the spirit-lifting, sweetly melodic acoustic guitar sojourn “Moving On.”

Reese composed “Reminiscence” to be an ambitious and intrepid expedition through vast jazz terrain. Most tracks slash through thickets of electric guitar-powered fusion, horn-highlighted funk and sprawling progressive rock. Others present delicate bouquets of acoustic guitar expressions, fragrant stems of gypsy jazz and new age meditations. Whether gracefully strumming gentle harmonies or dexterously plucking frenetic runs at dazzling speed with turn-on-the-dime precision, Reese’s fretwork primarily serves his engaging compositions, enabling his fingers to communicate evocatively and emote vividly.

SixTwoSeven “Wreckless Soul”

“Wreckless Soul” is from SixTwoSeven’s upcoming release, Some Other’s Day out now. The record shares alternative elements with an indie twist. Produced by the acclaimed producer, Jack Endino (Nirvana), the groupMusic Submission: SixTwoSeven “Wreckless Soul” create a stunning debut that is a whirlwind of guitars and vocal perfection.Writing songs has long been the way that frontman Greg Bilderback has expressed himself. Though he’s performed in various band over the years, and has had the sense since he was little that he was a born entertainer, his path to rock ‘n’ roll frontman had been circuitous.


Sister duo Lily & Madeleine reveal a new video today for the track “Westfield” from their acclaimed album Keep It Together, which released earlier this year via New West Records. NPR Music’s All Songs TV featured the video, commenting, “The sweetly innocent folk-pop duo Lily & Madeleine take a disturbingly dark turn…The video, which plays like a teen-horror flick, has a particularly unsettling and surprising end, just in time for the Halloween season.”

Body Language premiere hypnotic “Addicted”

Brooklyn’s Body Language has always embodied something of a sensual mythos. Since their inception in 2008, the band has been known for their restless pop experiments with a future-shocked blend of soul and R&B. The quartet’s debut 2010 LP Social Studies earned the approval of everyone from NPR to The New York Times toThe Guardian, who compared the breakout release to early Madonna, the indie disco of Prelude Records and “CSS doing an impression of Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band.” With their upcoming release Mythos, they continue to showcase their intimate music with lyrics of longing, desire and lost love. Love and the perils of love have guided their message through the years while the twists and turns of their instrumental pop experiments carve a labyrinth to be navigated carefully. Oftentimes dark and moody, Mythos pushes forth feelings of desire against ominous backdrops only to quickly veer back into the familiar and comforting.

Larry June’s “I’m Workin'”

“The inspiration behind the video comes from a vision I had of me running my own orange business,” Larry June told Complex. “Oranges are addictive. Addictions are good for business. So are women. My video has all three. We workin’.”

CHILD BITE: Detroit Noise Rock Oddballs Premiere “Vermin Mentality”

Detroit noise rock oddballs CHILD BITE are pleased to unveil the visual companion to the track “Vermin Mentality” from their Negative Noise full-length, released earlier this year via Housecore Records. After an incompetent scientist botches a series of tests on his lab rats, the creatures mutate and launch a vicious attack on humanity starting with CHILD BITE, who must defend themselves from the stronghold of their tour van against the monstrous pests.

“Gola Malimbe” for Skope Magazine

Stillehavet is a newly formed band consisting of Marit Elisabeth Svendsbøe and Gaute Stedje. They live in Bergen, Norway. Both members were previously part of a band called Funin (Marit Elisabeth was a co-founder) that released the record ‘Unsound’ on Karisma Records in 2010. Songs from this record have been played on radio channels in Norway and abroad.

“With Stillehavet we try to create music and sounds that excites us,” the duo explains. “In the process of making songs we use a lot of time just playing with instruments and sounds. We have an intuitive approach on making music, and we like it to sound raw and unpolished. Creating music has a therapeutic effect on us.”

Small Leaks Sink Ships Premieres New Single “Window”

“Small Leaks Sink Ships is an ironic name for a group that has overcome adversity as often as this Portland quartet. Over the years they’ve dealt with shattered bones, missing testicles (yup), and even a cancer diagnosis — all “leaks” big enough to sink a band that just keeps sailing on in spite of the odds. And it’s a good thing that they do, because their forthcoming full-length album Face Yourself, and Remove Your Sandals is an intricate, mathy odyssey that was well worth the wait (whether it was worth the missing testicles is another story).

Small Leaks Sink Ships overcome adversity to share shimmering new track “Window” — listen

Dagars Single “Displaced”

The members of Dagars met through mutual friends and quickly realized they had musical chemistry. “We started writing songs, and rehearsing in a cold mini self-storage in late 2011. By 2012, with help from some friends we produced and released our first self-titled album. 2013-2014 were spent gigging and writing even more songs for another album.” Dagars entered the studio in late 2014 and by summer 2015 they released their follow-up ‘Policia’. In late 2015 the band began production on a new EP ‘Projection Mirror’. This album was the first to be engineered, mixed, mastered, and released by the band itself.


Life is moving rapidly for Alex Smith, country music’s newcomer from Louisiana. He is making his debut at country radio with his self-penned “Load It Up” from his recently released EP Fear of Missing Out just nine months after graduating college in his home state and two months after making the move to Nashville. The crowd-rousing, live-for-the-moment anthem, written by Alex, was introduced at small market radio and in just three weeks debuted at No. 60 on the Billboard Indicator chart. “Load It Up,” jumped has jumped four spots and currently sits at No. 56 on Billboard Indicator chart after only five weeks and No. 60 on the Music Row chart.

Seasons For Change Drop New Video for “Not Enough”

Hong Kong based alt rockers, Seasons For Change, have dropped a brand new single to promote their upcoming album, Timeless Collective, out Nov. 11 worldwide, that can be streamed here or below.


Singer/songwriter/actress/director Hayley Kiyoko has released another captivating music video, this time for “One Bad Night,” a new track from her label debut EP CITRINE.

French alternative/stoner-pop trio 9MW stream new album ‘The Rapture’

As announced previously and after some excerpts unveiled during the past weeks, French alternative-rock/stoner-pop/fuzzy-blues power-trio 9 MW (aka Nine Million Witches) just released their debut full-length album called ‘The Rapture’ and available right now for Deluxe CD & Digital through Dirty Motel Records (the band’s own imprint) & TFT Label/Radar Musique (Bow Low, The Slaughterhouse Brothers.