Jamie Aaron Aux (Le Butcherettes) announces her new LP

Seattle-scene staple Jamie Aaron Aux has announced her newest album, Close The Circle. What started as a follow-up to her more pop-rock inclined 2014 release, Velo Scene, quickly became something altogether new, with less indie buoyancy, delving into sonically heavier depths. Recorded and produced by Aux herself in her home studio, and mixed in El Paso by Chris Common (Le Bucherettes, These Arms Are Snakes), with guest vocalists Jenn Champion and Maiah Manser, and drum performances by Rick Weber and Common.

Anna Coogan Shares “Burn For You”

Employing a three-octave range and the ability to create electric guitar soundscapes and turn them into pointed social commentary, guitarist Anna Coogan recently released her operatic rock album, The Lonely Cry of Space & Time. Now, Anna is excited to share her newest video for “Burn For You”, which exclusively premiered with The Big Takeover.

GlerAkur to Release Debut LP

GlerAkur is the moniker Icelandic composer and sound designer Elvar Geir Sævarsson has chosen to represent the unique cinematic music he creates apart from his engagement as a sound engineer at the National Theater of Iceland. Icelandic for “Glass Field”, GlerAkur draws inspiration from post rock, drone and ambient music, as well as black and doom metal, blending and bending sound into hypnotic waves of dreamlike atmosphere that Rolling Stone hailed as “brutally irresistible”, calling for comparison to “Metallica covering the live half of Pink Floyd’s 1969 album Ummagumma.” GlerAkur will release its debut full-length, The Mountains Are Beautiful Now, on July 21 via Prophecy Productions (Alcest, Völur).


Texas Power Metal Kings Helstar have released the video for “Awaken Unto Darkness”, the new single from their current LP Vampiro, a continuation of their classic 1989 Metal Blade release Nosferatu.

Australian pop singer/actor Sam Clark New Video

Meet captivating, pop singer-songwriter Sam Clark. The Los Angeles based, Australian-born artist first rose to fame as an actor on the hit Australian TV program ‘Neighbours’. Credited in over 850 episodes of the internationally successful show, award nominated Clark’s credits also include several films and a major role in the five time Emmy-winning FOX/Paramount production Grease: Live. His talent however, is clearly not limited to acting, having achieved top 40 success as a pop singer in Australia with his debut music release ‘Broken’.

MIA LJ Unleashes New Music Video “This Livin”

Mia LJ has just released her debut music video, “This Livin'”. The cinematic visual is equal parts a Summer smash hit and an introspective youth anthem. Mia LJ is a 19 year-old from New York, who envelops her listeners with infectious musicality and subtle darkness. Mia LJ embraces the duality of her music and the generation she represents, singing “I bask in the ice, I bathe in the fire”. In the music video, Mia’s charisma and energy are woven through every frame. Shots of classic cars, unhinged excitement, and city grittiness meld unexpectedly with irresistible melodies of “This Livin”.

BLOND AMBITION Releases New Video “Stupid Boy / Girl”

Blond Ambition’s captivating debut album Slow All Over is out now on Swoon City Music. The solo pop project of former Ex Cops frontman Brian Harding, Blond Ambition’s songs are astute dance-pop numbers — immediately catchy with something to say: “Stupid Boy / Girl” is a statement of solidarity for the trans community. Recently Blond Ambition has released a captivating video for the single, which you can watch HERE.

TYRANNOSORCERESS Debuts “In The Light Of The Sabbat Moon”

Metal Injection is hosting an exclusive premiere of “In The Light Of The Sabbat Moon” from Dallas-basedblack metal horde TYRANNOSORCERESS, and the band’s impending Shattering Light’s Creation debut LP.

PJ Harvey and Ramy Essam to release “The Camp”

PJ Harvey and Egyptian recording artist Ramy Essam have come together to write and record “The Camp: – a track which they hope will raise awareness and much needed support towards the health and educational well-being of displaced children in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon.

Cab Cabernet, “Chardonnay”

Harlem-based rapper/producer/director and Krushed Grapes Lifestyle owner Cab Cabernet presents the music video for “Chardonnay”, his new single produced by Tigga-Bounce, featuring singer Kat Starr Johnson on the chorus.

Seegulls unveil swashbuckling new single, ‘Eat, Lazarus, Eat’

The track, which is due out on the 9th June, features a lot more anger, and lyrically speaking sees frontman, James Kitchen, packing a lot more heat.

Seegulls have found their new home in Manchester, and it is here where the band have really started to hit their stride by playing to packed out rooms really quite regularly.

Catherine McGrath releases new single & video ‘Never Wanna Fall In Love’

Following her hugely successful UK tour with The Shires and outstanding performances at this year’s Great Escape Festival, Catherine McGrath has released her new single ‘Never Wanna Fall in Love’. It is her seventh consecutive ‘New Music Friday’ playlisted single and the final track to be taken from her upcoming EP Starting From Now, which is out tomorrow via Warner Music.

Catherine has also released a special video to accompany the track which is a colourful, short-but-sweet clip tailored for the social media platform Twitter.

Wren premiere new video for ‘The Herd’

Wren have garnered healthy support from select press in their short time together, with their last EP “Host” commanding praise from the likes of CVLT Nation, The Obelisk, Terrorizer and, most notably, Daniel P. Carter with repeat plays on BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show. Supports under the likes of Minsk, Ohhms and Kowloon Walled City have helped establish the band both in the UK and EU, and Wren have also made select festival appearances at Carefully Planned and Incubate Festival and are set to appear at Raw Power later this year.


Kacy Hill releases the new breathtaking video for ‘Hard to Love’, the latest single from her highly-anticipated debut album ‘Like A Woman’, released on June 30th via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings, executive produced by Kanye West.

FIFTH HARMONY Debuts “Down” Music Video

Following the highly anticipated release of “Down” this past Friday, FIFTH HARMONY has proved the powerhouse group has what it takes to lead the charts. “Down” is #1 in 25 markets on iTunes, with their highest sales debut to date, the hit is sure to be a massive summer anthem. Today, the girl’s celebrate the success of “Down” with the music video premiere, directed by James Larese and produced by Monica Blackburn For Triggr and Bloom. “Down” is the first single from Fifth Harmony’s forthcoming third album due out in 2017 via Syco Music/Epic Records.


Living Colour have announced the release of their latest studio album, ‘Shade,’ due September 8 on Megaforce Records. Produced by Andre Betts, it’s the legendary New York City rock band’s first new record in eight years. Living Colour gave fans a sneak peak of the recording in Fall 2016 when they released a reimagined take on The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya?” in protest of ongoing gun violence and racial profiling. They follow that tomorrow, June 9, with the release the album’s first official single “Come On”

Måns Zelmerlöw releases video for new single ‘Hanging On To Nothing’

Platinum-selling Swedish star Måns Zelmerlöw has released the video for new single ‘Hanging On To Nothing’. The song is the latest to be taken from his new album Chameleon, out now through Warner Music.

The video captures moments from his recent sold-out headline European tour, which saw him play London’s Islington Academy. ‘Hanging On To Nothing’ has received strong support from BBC Radio 2, who recently added the song to their playlists. The track is also a hit across Europe and has clocked up over 2.2 MILLION plays on Spotify.

Fast Romantics Share New Video “Everybody’s Trying to Steal Your Heart”

Toronto-based indie rockers Fast Romantics have shared their new video “Everybody’s Trying To Steal Your Heart”.

Shaman’s Harvest Reveal Lead Single “The Come Up”

Shaman’s Harvest and Mascot Label Group have revealed that the lead single from the band’s upcoming album Red Hands Black Deeds (out 7/28) is titled “The Come Up.” On release, the track hits SiriusXM Octane straight into power rotation. It is also featured on all streaming services globally, and has premiered in partnership with Loudwire.

The Pollyseeds Release New Track “Up & Away”

The Pollyseeds just released “Up & Away,” a new track off their upcoming debut album Sounds of Crenshaw Vol. 1 (out July 14th via Ropeadope). Featuring Terrace Martin, Wyann Vaughn, Chachi, Adam Turchin, Trevor Lawrence, and Marlon Williams, you can stream or embed the track via Soundcloud:

Watch Jacques Greene video for ‘True’

The video for “True” comes ahead of this week’s appearance at Sonar By Night (Friday June 16) and this bittersweet single sees How To Dress Well reunited with Jacques Greene. ‘True’ was written in sessions together in London last Summer, and mixed in Atlanta by Alex Tumay – the engineer behind a raft of new hip hop including Young Thug, Travis Scott & Future.

Arts & Crafts releases Lucy Rose’s new album “Something’s Changing” July 7

ose embarked on the making of the new album following her tour for her second album Work It Out. Over time, she noticed a steady stream of tweets reaching her from Latin America, and the unlikely statistic that geographically her music was most popular on Spotify in Mexico City. It gave birth to the seed of an idea that became a real labor of love over the next six months. Lucy offered her fans in Latin America a deal: “If you book me a gig, I’ll come and stay.” The trip created the inspiration for Something’s Changing and a short film documentary.

Brenda Carsey Premieres Video for “Don’t Sell Yourself” via Impose Mag

“The monotony, the micro-managing, the drab and stressful game of it all. You decide you can’t take any more; this is no life for you. You get up, let go of your things, and walk out the door. But now what?

Left exposed and bare in the desert of life, free to chose any direction or path you like, each path providing it’s own struggles. You walk onward, painstakingly and confused, sweating. As you navigate through different obstacles and begin to see the beauty in the infinite possibilities of a life free from the work force, calmness begins to take the place of confusion.


Having already kicked off “Weekend Blast with Ed Lover and Monie Love” (Saturday’s 7am-9am) this past weekend, Long Island’s party station Party 105.3FM is getting ready to premiere their brand new “Fresh, Fly, and Funny” weekday drive-time show hosted by none other than the hip hop legends themselves!

The Ed Lover Show will bring not only classic hip hop music and celebrity interviews from the hottest artists and influencers of of today, but features that connect with a generation of urban trendsetters, as well as giving listeners a chance to give their own input through daily segments and contests!

Laucan Shares New Track “Wait For The Impact”

Following the success of his gorgeous Up Tomorrow EP, announcement of his debut full-length album FramesPerSecond (out July 21st on Sunday Best), and the sharing of tracks “Up Tomorrow” and “Symptom”, Laucan is pleased to shared another new track from the record today titled “Wait For The Impact.

Loamlands Share “Little River” Video On Autostraddle

Autostraddle has premiered the video for Loamlands’ single “Little River”. The track is featured on the recently released LP ‘Sweet High Rise’, which is out now. The video is an ode to North Carolina’s LGBTQ community and the grim history the community has faced. Last fall Loamlands released the LP ‘Sweet High Rise’ and Noisey ranked it #36 on their best albums of 2016.

Ary reveals captivating visuals for ‘Childhood Dreams’

Today, Trondheim-raised / Oslo-based Norwegian solo artist Ary is revealing the video for new single ‘Childhood Dreams’. Released earlier in the year via Petroleum Records (Aurora, Sigrid, etc) – the track picked up a wave of early support from the likes of NME, Pigeons & Planes, Wonderland, The Line Of Best Fit, Popjustice and more. In that time, ‘Childhood Dreams’ has also topped the Hype Machine popular chart, and surpassed 5 million streams on Spotify. Now, the track’s visuals are premiering via The FADER.


Following the release of “F.B.G.M.” ft. Young M.A a week ago, GRAMMY award winning artist and pop culture icon T-Pain is back today to share a new music video to for the single. The new visual is the perfect extravagant accompaniment for the track. “F.B.G.M.” ft. Young M.A is the lead single from T-Pain’s forthcoming album OBLiViON due out via Nappy Boy Entertainment/Konvict Muzik/RCA Records.

X- Factor Finalist Relley C drops emotive new single “Unruly”

Sherelle Clarke, best known as Relley.C, is an upcoming urban singer-songwriter behind the powerful new single “Unruly”; a soulful and uplifting track that captures the best of what modern music can be. Vibrant, inspirational and redemptive,”Unruly” is a song that will captivate audiences around the world with it’s heartfelt and empowering message. Combining RnB, Soul and Contemporary Pop, “Unruly” is a truly memorable song from a talented artist you will not want to miss.

Relley C’s new single”Unruly”‘ reaches out to people from all walks of life and is all about believing in yourself and knowing you are enough to accomplish great things no matter what people say or how they may perceive you. This song is all about being yourself and being proud of who you are.

British DJ and producer Tom Staar announces new single ‘Drift’

British DJ and producer Tom Staar has announced his long-awaited return to Steve Angello’s revered imprint. His new single, ‘Drift’ will be released 16th June via SIZE Records.

‘Drift’ is a bold display of Tom’s dynamic production style. The energetic track boasts euphoric melodies and a menacing bassline, before falling into a plethora of swirling synths and bold drum patterns.


The best season of the year is here! To make the upcoming days even hotter, Pandora has made their annual predictions for the top songs that will be the soundtrack to your summer. They were selected based on a combination of Pandora/Next Big Sound data and insights from Pandora’s curators.

Check out Pandora’s mixtape featuring the best songs of the summer to get you in the mood for chill days at the beach, long drives to the country, BBQs, and lazy days by the pool. Whatever your musical taste, we have a Pandora prediction for you!

Cajsa Siik Drops New Video

Following on from her highly acclaimed 2014 sophomore album ‘Contra’, Swedish-native Cajsa Siik returns with her latest full-length ‘Domino’, due out on the 2nd June via Birds Records, and will include the new singles ‘Talk To Trees’, ‘White Noise’, and ‘Empire Mine’.

Mr. Byrd shares premieres debut EP w/ American Songwriter

The EP premiered in full on American Songwriter who said, “Years in the making, the EP is the sum of Byrd’s winding musical journey thus far.”

Mr. Byrd continued in his own words, “I’m going for a classic listen. Something I’ll still like after time has eroded that dogma of fad, and I’m still left reaching for truth. These songs have aged a bit, but I’ve come to enjoy the their honest wrinkles. I’ve clothed the girls in new dresses, and they want to go out. Ask them to dance.”

Kweku Collins vid ft. Allan Kingdom

Check out the new Kweku Collins video for “Aya” ft. Alan Kingdom. Directed by Cody LaPlant the track comes off his critically acclaimed Grey EP out now via Closed Sessions.


Today, 19-year-old singer-songwriter, Khalid, releases the remix to “Young Dumb & Broke” featuring hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd, and rapper, Lil Yachty. “Young Dumb & Broke (Remix)” Feat. Rae Sremmurd & Lil Yachty is available now at all digital retail providers.

LIGHT WARRIORS “Raise the Frequency” of Indie Reggae

The genre-bending band, Light Warriors, spread positivity with the premiere of their new Reggae, Rock sounding album “Raise the Frequency” on GroundSounds. The album, featuring their latest single “Industry Soul Killer,” pairs catchy, dynamic guitar hooks with powerful lyrics to instill peace and strength into the lives of every listener. The songs address heavy topics, such as despair and violence, while ensuring humanitarian success through unity.

Amber Arcades Shares Video For “Wouldn’t Even Know (Feat. Bill Ryder-Jones)”

Following the release just last Friday of the Cannonball EP on Heavenly Recordings, Dutch musician Amber Arcades is pleased to share the striking video for track “Wouldn’t Even Know” which features esteemed English singer-songwriter Bill Ryder-Jones. Watch the video HERE.

josh pan & X&G share stunning new video “nowhere”

OWSLA producer/singer josh pan and collaborators X&G have released the jarring video for their anthem “nowhere.” Directed by Liam Underwood, the video is a commentary on the chaotic, rapidly-evolving state of politics, media, war, free speech and its oppression. In josh’s own words:

“at times like this, we need to stick together and realize that we’re all from the same place and that we all want to feel safe and loved. i’ve always known that music has to ability to speak a language much deeper than we know and to bring people together. this is the vision we had for ‘nowhere.'”

REIGHNBEAU’s “I Want Love”

Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, REIGHNBEAU is the work of visual and sound artist Bryce Hample. Frequent collaborators include Colleen Johnson (Twig Palace) and Madeline Johnston (Sister Grotto). The act concocts hypnotic tracks that incorporate heavenly, oft-wordless vocal melodies with swelling layers of melodic beauty for a very gripping effect. Middle Boop Mag described the sound as one that “shift and sift like sand between fingers – sinking through with an odd satisfaction and surreal beauty as you interact with thousands of grains of ancient earth and animals, ground into silt after billions of years.”


TIGERS JAW has released the official music video for “June,” which is featured on the band’s celebrated new LP spin, out now on Black Cement Records. The Ben Carey directed video is streaming now via Noisey.

Dom Robinson Shares Delicate New Release ‘Pieces Of You’

Leeds-based singer-songwriter Dom Robinson is making his mark on the national scene, returning with his third release of 2017, Pieces of You. Following considerable acclaim for previous single, Casey, his latest offering is every bit as emotive.

Stik Figa x Apollo Brown – ‘Holding Back Tears’ New Video

Stik Figa’s depth is no secret. The lyrical MC from Topeka, KS has put a story to one of his stand out album’s most stand out singles. Produced by Apollo Brown, the video for “Holding Back Tears,” is true to its title. Growing up, Stik Figa’s strength concealed a vulnerability that would have been mistaken for weakness.

“Carnal Declivity” Music Video via Metal Injection

Minneapolis, MN-based progressive/technical death metal group REAPING ASMODEIA will kick off their upcoming North American tour with headliners Inanimate Existence on June 16 in Sacramento, CA. The tour will visit several cities before coming to a close in Monterey, CA on July 1, with select solo REAPING ASMODEIA dates scheduled afterward.

In anticipation of the tour, the crushingly heavy four-piece have revealed a brand new music video for their track “Carnal Declivity”, cut from their February 2017 Prosthetic Records release, Impuritize. Check out the music video now, exclusively via Metal Injection:

Kacy & Clayton Return With ‘The Siren’s Song’ Produced By Jeff Tweedy

Kacy & Clayton are set to return with The Siren’s Song via New West Records on August 18th, 2017. The 9-song set was produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and recorded by Tom Schick at Wilco’s The Loft in Chicago, IL. The Siren’s Song, is the follow up to their acclaimed 2015 New West Records debut Strange Country, and for the first time incorporates full, electric band arrangements. Their sound is an arresting amalgamation of psychedelic folk, English folk revival and the ancestral music of Southern Appalachia. Now rounded out by Mike Silverman on drums and percussion & Shuyler Jansen on bass, The Siren’s Song encompasses their 60’s and 70’s Folk and Traditional Country influences, but also introduces a new emphasis on groove. Rolling Stone Country is premiering the video for the album’s first single “The Light of Day,” which was directed by Nakasone Folk and can be seen HERE.

Tycho release first-ever track with a vocalist

Tycho has announced the release of “See (Feat. Beacon),” the first ever song featuring vocals from the GRAMMY® Award-nominated dance/electronic project. The track is available at all digital music retailers and streaming services today.

NECROT: Blood Offerings Full-Length

Tomorrow, Bay Area death cult NECROT – founded by current and former members of Acephalix, Vastum, Saviours, Watch Them Die, Atrament, Rude, and more – will drop their anticipated second LP, Blood Offerings, via Tankcrimes.

The Domestics Share “Little Darkness” Track

The single is the title track from the band’s forthcoming album, out September 1st via Tender Loving Empire. “It’s kind of a breakup song but it was written in a fun time,” the band explains, “There was a foreboding maybe. Like the future won’t allow this but it has its good times.”

Black Fly drops new track ‘Dipped’

Black Fly is an artist who records gothic synth music from his bedroom in the backwoods of Vermont, surrounded by a vast area of woodland scattered across mountains covered in snow.

“Dipped” is the third single which follows “Sign 2” and debut “I Don’t Know”.

Watch Triptides’ new “Invitation” video

Directed by Alfredo Lopez, Triptides new video for “Invitation” finds the Los Angeles quartet playing their debut single while tromping around the forest, instruments in hand, and amid psychedelic swirls of color. With their ’70s aesthetic strong, Triptides create spaced out psychedelic indie pop that is as refreshing as their look is nostalgic.

Night Click shares new single “The Drug Store Ceiling”

The song premiered on Impose Magazine who said the song, “showcases Klics’ talents in crafting layered, vivid, amber-hued landscapes that continuously evolve and swell throughout.”

The artist added plainly, “this song’s about messing something up, and violin solos.”