Prog Ensemble Tautologic Releases “Re:Psychle” An Album of Songs About Chicago

Based in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, Tautologic bandleader Ethan Sellers is an alumni of the University of Chicago. Written within blocks of the University and the Obama mansion, Sellers’ songs for Re:Psychle document people he has met around the Chicago area.

Addiction and mental illness color many of their stories, and the lyrics open up windows on a host of topics – veterans’ issues, tension between religious belief and a secular society, addiction, conspiracy theories, materialism, mental health, celebrity culture, and the need for re-connection with nature.

SIGRID announces North American Tour Dates

Sigrid has been named BBC Sound of 2018, chosen by a panel of more than 170 influential music experts including former winners and longlist nominees. The 21-year-old Norwegian pop sensation has gone from unknown to the most exceptional breakout star in the past year. From releasing her acclaimed debut Don’t Kill My Vibe EP last summer – which has amassed over 100M global streams – to the brutally honest A-List new single ‘Strangers’, now Sigrid joins Sam Smith, Haim, Adele and Ellie Goulding as winner of the prestigious BBC Sound of 2018. Sigrid also announces her upcoming North American tour dates, which will include a sold out show at Bowery Ballroom in New York on April 25th and Coachella on April 14th & 21st. See full tour itinerary below.


Today, DJ and producer, Carnage released the audio and visuals to, “Learn How To Watch,” featuring Mac Miller and MadeinTYO. The latest track is the first single from his upcoming album and continues in the footsteps of his previous collaborations by pushing the musical envelope and meshing distinct unique melodic productions juxtaposed against cutting-edge hip-hop wordsmiths. Recently premiering on Complex, director, Cole Bennett, recalls how a scene in the video came to life. “Once the video was confirmed, we all eventually hopped on the phone and talked ideas for the video.

LPX “Bolt in the Blue”

The six-track EP collection of songs – also featuring “Tightrope” and “Tremble” – was executively produced by James Flannigan. The first two tracks on the EP were mixed by Rich Costey (Muse, Interpol, Arctic Monkeys), the remaining four, mixed by John O’Mahony (LCD Soundsystem, Metric, The Kills). LPX’s debut solo releases have been praised by Interview Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, Nylon, OUT Magazine, and Vogue who called her “a force to be reckoned with.”

Singer-Songwriter Pauline Andres Lays Her Fearless Heart on the Line

Today, January 12th, 2018, Nashville’s Pauline Andrès releases the title track from her upcoming record, “Fearless Heart”. Throughout the track, Andrès searches for the strength to face the inevitable struggles that come with gut-wrenching heartbreak. The overall message is one of perseverance and hope. One that embraces life’s challenges and confronts them head-on with a fearless heart.

Suwannee Spring Reunion March 22-25

For decades the onset of Spring meant gathering at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida for a weekend of fun, family, Bluegrass and string music. A beloved tradition continues as the picturesque grounds play host to a new take on a classic family-friendly gathering with the 2nd Annual Suwannee Spring Reunion taking place Thursday through Sunday, March 22 – 25, 2018.

Suwannee Spring Reunion 2018 features The Infamous Stringdusters, David Bromberg Quintet, Donna The Buffalo, Larry Keel Experience, Dar Williams, Billy Strings, Amy Helm, Jim Lauderdale, Verlon Thompson, Shawn Camp, The Grass Is Dead, Rev. Jeff Mosier and Biscuit Tragedy, Jon Stickley Trio, Front Country, Roy Book Binder, Grayson Capps, Ralph Roddenbery, Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, Nikki Talley, Quartermoon, Sloppy Joe, and Big Cosmo!



Los Angeles singer/songwriter Harry Hudson releases his new song “Yellow Lights.” The vulnerable piano-led ballad was written by Hudson, and co-produced by fellow MSFTSmusic artist ¿Téo? and platinum recording artist gnash. “Yellow Lights” is a raw and sincere confession of unrequited love. “Yellow Lights” follows “Cry For Love” as Hudson’s second official release on the MSFTSmusic/Roc Nation label through their Interscope Records partnership.


Nashville’s own alt-rock-five-piece band Moon Taxi releases their new song “Not Too Late” off their highly anticipated fifth studio album, Let The Record Play, out January 19, 2018 via RCA Records. With yearning lyrics, the emotional song uses ‘80s inspired guitar to reflect on a lost relationship.

The Hunna debut new track, “Flickin Your Hair” via 300 Entertainment

Following the release of their hugely successful debut album last year, The Hunna have established themselves as one of the UK’s most in-demand bands. Returning with new music, The Hunna unveil the anthemic single ‘Flickin Your Hair’, taken from their forthcoming release, “DARE” available via 300 Entertainment.

Bay Party Starter Skipper Announces Prezidential Album, Shares “Right Time” with IAMSU

Specializing in charismatic anthems about the good life, Skipper creates the perfect soundtrack for weekend nights, from peak hours at a club to a late-night smoke session. Returning with a compact and diverse selection of slaps, Skipper announces Prezidential, his upcoming project. Glistening with high quality production from the likes of Montage, Cuddy On The Beat, Jabari The Great, and more, Prezidential proves Skipper’s ability to navigate a variety of instrumentals, like the ethereal “I Don’t Care,” the trappy “Nah,” and the mob-like, bass-heavy “Posed To.” The latest chapter in his Skip 4 Prez series, Prezidential is a populist rap record, stacked with crowd-pleasing anthems and potential hits. Featuring appearances from IAMSU, Kool John, AKA Frank, and ymtk, Prezidential arrives on February 2nd.

Public Access TV share new single “Lost in the Game”

Today, Public Access TV have shared their new single “Lost in the Game” off of their highly anticipated sophomore album Street Safari, due out in February 23, 2018.

“Lost in the Game” follows the band’s first single “MetroTech” which originally premiered on Zan Lowe’s radio show on Beats 1. “MetroTech” is the band’s 2nd biggest streaming song ever and only 40,000 streams away from their largest.

Nova Moura Shares New Single “Blue Mazda”

Los Angeles-based, neo-soul artist Nova Moura shares the single “Blue Mazda” and mixtape Descension, Ramona Vol. 2 exclusively via CelebMix, who writes of the release, “Nova Moura is a fast rising neo-soul artist who has the musical world at his feet.”


Oren’s concept for the project was essentially centered around hope, encouraging everyone to embrace their culture and take pride in everything – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Despite being named “Black Privilege”, he says you don’t need to be black to understand the message and that anybody who has endured hardships and persevered can relate. He aims to mix the dense and powerful lyricism he is known for with soulful, catchy tunes, describing it as “sounds you can feel”. The goal of the album was to deliver a message to the listener that no matter your situation, you are solely in control of your life and your outcome. “If your drive is strong enough, your reality will change.”

The Naked Sun share new single, “Do You Wanna Dance?” off upcoming debut LP

Today, January 12, 2018, Indie folk rockers, The Naked Sun released the first single, “Do You Wanna Dance?” from their upcoming self-released debut LP, War With Shadows. An upbeat rhythm from start to finish paired with honest vocals provokes a lingering sense of nostalgia throughout, and when questioned Do You Wanna Dance? it’s nearly impossible that any one would say no.

Inbox Jukebox Presents: The Naked Sun’s New Song “Do You Wanna Dance?”


Incubus emerged from Calabasas, California, with their indie debut album Fungus Amongus in 1995. Starting with 1997’s S.C.I.E.N.C.E., they went on to release six studio albums on the Epic/Immortal label (the last three produced by Brendan O’Brien), achieving RIAA gold, platinum and multi-platinum success; as well as five live albums. Four of their songs have hit #1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart, including “Drive” (2000, also Top 10 Pop), “Megalo­maniac” (2003), “Anna-Molly” (2006), and “Love Hurts” (2008).

Meg DeLacy Debuts Electrifying New Single “Bruises”

Actor, musician and singer-songwriter Meg DeLacy has debuted her new single “Bruises” today via CelebMix. The intoxicating electro-pop track has a soulful vibe that immediately grooves you, lyrically exploring emotional love marks that shouldn’t be hidden. Meg says of “Bruises,” “If the song were a color it would be purple – tender and passionate.”


Los Angeles-based, neo-soul artist Nova Moura shares the single “Blue Mazda” and mixtape Descension, Ramona Vol. 2 exclusively via CelebMix, who writes of the release, “Nova Moura is a fast rising neo-soul artist who has the musical world at his feet.”

Nova Moura is an elusive artist whose music speaks for him. Speaking on his artistry, Nova Moura says “my music captures my vulnerability – that’s where I find strength, it’s my safe place.” “Good Plan, Sweetheart,” is a deep exploration of love and loss, and showcases his R&B meets neo-soul style.

EXCLUSIVE: Premiere of Nova Moura’s New EP ‘Descension, Ramona Vol. 2’, and New Single ‘Blue Mazda’

NECROPANTHER: Colorado Metal Legion To Unleash Eyes Of Blue Light Full-Length Next Month

Colorado-based metal legion NECROPANTHER will unleash the seething sounds of the Eyes Of Blue Light full-length next month.

Quality Control artist Marlo is “Thinking Out Loud” in new video

After the release of his debut mixtape The Wire last November, recent Quality Control artist Marlo is here with a video for the project’s standout “Thinking Out Loud” premiered by COMPLEX here. Marlo’s reserved crooning over the Quay Global beat transports listeners to the shoes of an Atlanta hustler primed for greatness.

Emily James Shares “If Walls Could Talk”

Today, January 12, 2018, LA based singer-songwriter, Emily James, shared her honest and cathartic single, “If Walls Could Talk.” The track is the 2nd single to be released off her upcoming debut album, “Til the Morning,” following “Lion’s Den.”

Announcing New EP From GB Roots, ‘Tumbleweed’

Collectively produced by the band and Mitch Merrett, the sophomore album from GB Roots, Tumbleweed, is set for release March 2, 2018. The Daily Country premiered the first single, “Better Get Your Gun” today, saying the bluesy track features soulful vocals and crisp guitar riffs.

Comprised of JUNO-nominated musicians Kirby Green and David Barber, Tumbleweed follows the blues-Americana duo’s 2012 debut release The Key, which was nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award and charted on the Roots Music Report in both the United States and Canada. Based out of Vancouver, the band has been nominated multiple times at the British Columbia Country Music Awards and won the Covenant Awards’ Jazz/Blues “Song of the Year” for the single “Swing Low.” Tumbleweed highlights GB Roots’ love of Americana and Blues music, while staying true to their small town roots.


Coming off a Golden Globe ‘Best Actor’ nomination for his star-making lead role in Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver – an action thriller featuring choreography in which the actor’s movements and actions synchronize with its soundtrack – Ansel Elgort solidifies his triple threat status as actor, singer and dancer with his latest single “Supernova,” out now.

Riah To Release New Single & Perform At LA’s Peppermint Club

After years of cultivating her sound and becoming a powerful live performer, RIAH is ready to bring her unique and unforgettable vocals to the indie pop realm with the release of her fourth single and accompanying music video, “PROM,” on Friday, February 9th. That same night, she will take the stage at LA’s PEPPERMINT CLUB.

Cleopatra Records releases early Duran Duran ‘Girls on Film’ demo EP with Andy Wickett

Cleopatra Records has released Duran Duran ‘Girls on Film 1979 Demo’ EP featuring Andy Wickett on vocals. These are rare debut recordings, which include the original version of the smash hit ‘Girls on Film’ and ‘See Me Repeat Me’, which would later be transformed into ‘Rio’, as well as other songs that the group shopped around to various labels before eventually signing with EMI.

NeoRomantics SINGLE RELEASE ‘Concentrated’

NeoRomantics bring an eclectic mixture of different styles that meld together forming a cohesive sound. The indie rockers boast a sparkling dark rock sound with groove centric pop sensibilities, and melodramatic diva vocals. NeoRomantics join audiences on an emotional journey during their sets, with fiery love anthems and songs that make it awkward not to dance.


Kevin Schmidt, Rick McCarty and Mike Montgomery have been writing, recording and touring as AMPLINE since 2001. Since then, they’ve stitched their way across the United States many times and have done multiple tours in Europe and the UK. Passion Relapse is the group’s fifth full-length album. It was recorded, mixed and mastered at Montgomery’s Candyland; an analog-based recording studio located in Dayton, KY that has played recent host to acts such as; The Breeders, Protomartyr, Buffalo Killers, R.Ring, Ed Crawford (fIREHOSE), Courtney Barnett, The Tillers, Jeremy Pinnell, Bat Fangs (Betsy Wright/Ex Hex) and many others.

Wooing Release First EP Today via Ba Da Bing

Today, Ba Da Bing release the first EP from Brooklyn’s Wooing. Led by Rachel Trachtenburg (Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, Supercute!) the trio play a rough hewn stripped down rock that evokes the charisma of The Breeders by way of Syd Barrett. This is immediate music done right.

Steep Canyon Rangers Announce New Bassist

The Asheville Citizen Times broke the news today of the new bass player for the band. On Jan 27, the Steep Canyon Rangers will be joined by the members of the Asheville Symphony on select songs for a very special hometown show. Special Guests River Whyless will open the night and are not to be missed!

Maxwell Cabana’s “Texas” is now live

The Portland, OR-based act Maxwell Cabana was born in a hazy ’02 Corolla, in the parking lot of a fried chicken joint up in Seattle. It was there that his journey began, and with a basket of chicken and a mix CD of classic Soul tunes, he got to work. Nowadays, his psychedelic R&B quartet includes Seattle native Murray McCulloch on guitar and vocals, Portland’s own Noah Puggarana on keys, and Chicago-born brothers Sean and Jamie Higgins on bass and drums, respectively.

Panda Funk Releases “Infected” by GARABATTO ft. Charlee Muse

The newest track from Panda Funk is a soulful, multifaceted tune titled “Infected” by producer GARABATTO and talented singer Charlee Muse. “Infected” weaves a tale of the juxtaposing emotions and self-medication that results from futile attempts at trying to fill a void with instant gratification. Muse’s poignant vocals are accentuated by GARABATTO’s deliberate, resonant bassline and eloquently minimalist melodies. As Charlie puts it, “the vibe behind GARABATTO’s beat gave off dark, but still, light feeling that inspired the lyrical story of trying to fill an empty heart with temporary satisfaction. It was so fun to work with GARABATTO and I love the song so much!” Rest assured that GARABATTO is not making music that fits inside the genre box. “It’s so unique and it’s kind of a new genre, I would call it slow-mo tropical house,” says the Spanish DJ and producer. One thing is for certain – if you’re in need of some emotional catharsis during tough times, press play on “Infected” for a groovy, poignant release.

SABER TIGER Release Single From The Forthcoming Album ‘Bystander Effect’

Since its original release in Japan, Sin Eater has become an indispensable part of Saber Tiger’s live set. Understandably, because the song is very representative of the band’s sound, which balances intense riffs and dramatic melodies. The song tells the story of a man who has angered God and is punished with immortality, eternally consuming the sins of repentant sinners, who are given mercy in return. Saber Tiger show their versatility by capturing both the pain and the anger of the Sin Eater in the eponymous song.