Jax Jones Releases Video For “Instruction” Featuring Demi Lovato And Stefflon Don

Directed by Ozzie Pullin and shot in LA, here’s what Jax had to say about the new single: “Nothing says summer to me more than Notting Hill Carnival. That was the mental image I used throughout the making of this song. I took the idea to my good friend MNEK and the song came together really quickly. The DJ is the controller of the dance floor and lyrically, I wanted to reflect that; hence why we’re giving instructions!”

XAVIER “Good Life”

Bossed Up Management is proud to announce the release of the official music video for “Good Life” by XAVIER, the Brooklyn born, wildly popular, multi-talented “Triple Threat” hip hop / R&B powerhouse. In the newly released visuals (directed by MaziO and produced by Lee On The Beats and in association with Ace Of Spades Entertainment,) Xavier displays an energetic performance with a message of positivity and dedication to success.

K Camp “Good Problem”

Interscope recording artist K Camp is ready to heat up the club with this hot visual for his new single “Good Problem.” Produced by Bobby Kritical (2 Chainz/Future) and Musik Major X (Bobby Valentino/Dej Loaf), the song features a smooth laid back vocal and is perfect for your Summer ’17 playlist.

7 Minutes in Heaven Release “LOTL” Lyric Video

Chicago based Alternative Rock group, 7 Minutes in Heaven (7MIH) are best known for their 2015 smash, Side Effects which hit Billboard’s #1 Alternative New Artists chart, #9 Heatseekers chart, and #60 Independent Artist chart and featured singles “I’m Okay” and “Fireworks.” The band, signed to Rude Records, are gearing up for their follow up EP, Symmetry which is due out September 15th, recorded/produced by Seth Henderson at ABG Studios, and mastered by John Naclerio.


Today, Glass Animals share the official video for new single “Agnes,” taken from their Mercury Prize shortlisted album How To Be A Human Being. Watch the video for “Agnes” HERE.

Rick Ashtray premiere new single ‘One Of These Nights’

Next release on Black Pop Records is the EP “INC.” by Rick Ashtray from Oslo and Trondheim. You might already recognize the members from other Norwegian acts such as Mats Wawa, Blomst and Gold Celeste. Yesterday, the band premiered the first single from the EP entitled, “One Of These Nites”, with Northern Transmissions.

Speaking about their forthcoming EP the band said, “”INC.” is an EP about the least rock n’ roll life style there ever was: a career in a corporation. None of the members of Rick Ashtray know anything about it, but they still try to put it into words and music.”


First generation Haitian-American, her father was a classic live musician (played for Betty Wright, Eugene Wilde + more) who groomed her to be an artist. She spent all of her childhood in studios and he then put his own music career aside to raise her as a single parent. After a big bidding war between Warner Music and Rodney Jerkins during her sophomore year of college, she made the conscious choice to drop out of school, sign with Rodney and pursue a life in music. Although she first started out writing country songs per the advise of her mentor, she’s hugely inspired by her time in Atlanta and the music that flourished there. The project chronicles her falling in love over and over again with ATL “bad boys”, celebrating the fiery passion that enveloped those relationships.


Following the release of his highly anticipated project One Night Only, Cousin Stizz is back today to announce a headlining US tour. Kicking off in October in Philadelphia, Stizz will play 26 shows across the country before the tour wraps up in November in Stizz’s hometown of Boston.

Jessica Hannan Releases Official Music Video for “Girls Night Out”

Ohio based Country Rock Artist Jessica Hannan has released the Official Music Video for “Girls Night Out” off of her 2016 EP, Drive. “Girls Night Out” was filmed at Yankee Bootleggers Saloon in Brookfield, OH.

The Breaks unveil flickering video for blistering track ‘Honey’

The unannounced release of their full EP, Misery, has garnered widespread support from blogs as far as Chicago and as locally as Glasgow.

Honey has also gained support on radio presenters like Tom Robinson through Fresh Faves, whilst also gaining support from Amazing Radio.

‘Honey’, holds a lot of similarities to some of the bands that have been on the fringes of the indie-shoegaze scene. Bands such as Yuck and Splashh.

Everything Everything Release New Video & Single “Desire”

“Desire” is the second single to be taken from their forthcoming album “A Fever Dream,” out on August 18 in North America. The track was produced by James Ford (Florence and the Machine, Arctic Monkeys, Depeche Mode) and is accompanied by a brand new official video, directed by Dave Tree.

U.K.’s CYMBALS share new single “Where Nothing Can Be Defined”

Jack Cleverly, one half of CYMBALS, says of the song: “The song was written on an acoustic guitar, very quietly, at night. Dan added layers of synths and arpegiators over the top of my iPhone demo, and then Josh Heffernan created the drum beat, which to us is a classic beat, but we knew we needed it for this song.

Vilde releases weaving and sophisticated new ‘study-dance’ single ‘Stimuli’

Australian-born, Stockholm-based alt.pop artist Thomas Savage, AKA Vilde, releases his new single, the tempo-shifting, intelligent and emotive ‘Stiumuli’.

Building his debut album, the appropriately titled ‘Concoction’, piece by piece, dropping a new single each month, the ex-Kins frontman beguiles on this latest, and penultimate, effort. Glitchy electronica drums usher in a warm layering of synths, accompanied by Savage’s unique vocal style. Blindsiding pauses and tempo-shifts keep you on your toes, but relax into Vilde’s sonic creation and you’re rewarded with an invigorating combination of robotic precision and human emotional depth.

AlunaGeorge at Gillette Stadium

London duo AlunaGeorge, made up of vocalist Aluna Francis and producer George Reid, recently released two brand-new tracks, “Turn Up The Love” and “Last Kiss” – the singles follow their sophomore album “I Remember.”

After touring with Sia last Fall in support of “I Remember,” AlunaGeorge is currently on the road opening for Coldplay during the month of August.

The Vryll Society Release Psych Pop Offering ‘Shadow Of A Wave’

Fast-rising Liverpool psychedelic rockers The Vryll Society have announced the release of their brand new single Shadow Of A Wave via Deltasonic Records, continuing their surge of success which has seen them conquering the BBC Introducing stage over at SXSW earlier this year and finalise plans for their highly anticipated debut album.

Pia Mia Debuts Music Video for “I’m A Fan” Featuring Jeremih

Pia Mia heats up the summer with her brand new video “I’m A Fan.” The visual is a perfect display of summer time fun. Directed by Justin Francis, the video features Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Jeremih. Inspired by her Guamanian roots, Pia’s video is an effortless combination of her confidence and style.

Garbage Shares Music Video for New Single “No Horses”

Garbage today shared a music video for their new single “No Horses”. Directed by Pancake Mountain creator Scott Stuckey, the politically charged clip can be seen. “No Horses” was released last month and is available now.

“It’s been my observation that when governments disregard their citizens for their own greed, the ensuing soundtrack usually kick’s ass. Like Nina Simone’s ‘Mississippi Goddam’ or the Clash’s ‘Straight To Hell’, ‘No Horses’ made me realize that I’m not going insane, these really are fucked up times. The lyrics are powerful so the challenge was to add something visually that wouldn’t ruin the individual’s interpretation,” offered director Scott Stuckey on the video’s inspiration.

Quiet Hollers recruit pro wrestler Kongo Kong to beat them up in their new video for “Pressure”

Regarding the video, Quiet Hollers’ frontman and primary songwriter Shadwick Wilde says, “The lyrics of “Pressure” are some of the darkest I’ve ever written… so we felt it was important to contrast them with a video that was pure fun. They deal with questions of self-image, depression, masculinity, and how they relate to life in the music industry. In the video, both Kongo Kong and the band are at the mercy of their chosen profession, pitted against one another so that others might profit from their talents. What better way to talk about toxic masculinity and mental health than through the lens of professional wrestling– a sport in which those two issues have had far-reaching consequences. It also serves as a metaphor for the life of a touring band. You show up to a strange building in an unfamiliar place, not knowing what to expect or what is expected of you… and sometimes it really beats the shit out of you. We also just wanted to see each other get thrown around by the biggest, baddest dude we could find. Fortunately for us, that turned out to be Kongo Kong, who has traveled the world to perform his art, as far as India and Japan, and was able to coach us through each move.”

Spiral Crush Release ‘Electric Life’

Michigan based rock band Spiral Crush has released their third album, Electric Life, which was self-produced with Andy Patalan (Sponge). Spiral Crush is currently in the studio working on their next album, due out late 2017.

alter Ego – ‘Raw’

Walter Ego has been collaborating with an array of MCs and singers for a hot minute now — Slick Don, Trim, Rawkid, Winter Rose, Gavlyn, Blimes Brixton and more — but now returns with new EP, ‘Seven Star Ball’, comprised of three, hard-as-nails grime instrumentals.

Ducktails announces new LP

Jersey Devil was recorded over the span of two years despite frequently unfavorable circumstances. Mondanile started working on the record in Los Angeles prior to his departure from Real Estate, in a cramped, stuffy warehouse space he converted into a modest studio. A few good friends came to his aid: John Anderson (Girls, Sky Ferreira) helped produce and compose, as well as tracked some killer guitar lines. Malcolm Perkins and Samira Winter sang beautiful harmonies while John da Costa contributed brilliant drum fills. Mondanile also flew over Chi Yoon Hae of the South Korean indie band Parasol to play bass.