Perched in the lofted second floor of a photo studio, Eminem leans over the balustrade to address his longtime manager, Paul Rosenberg, who’s down below, trying out his best angles while having his portrait taken. “Yo, Paul! Can you sign a CD for me when you’re done?” he calls out, face obscured under a baseball cap. “You’ve got the streets on fire right now!”

Quiet Friend (formerly Mister Lies) shares “Breathplay” video

Today, NY-based band Quiet Friend (led by Nick Zanca, formerly Mister Lies & guitar-synthesist Steven Rogers) share an expansive & buoyant new single & visual for “Breathplay”.

AGRIMONIA’s New Album Awaken Now Streaming

AGRIMONIA returns with their fourth album release, and second for Southern Lord, titled Awaken. The album is now streaming ahead of release this Friday.

Awaken was produced by the band then mixed and mastered by Henrik Udd, who also worked on the previous recording Rites of Separation, then under the Studio Fredman banner but now under his own name, Henrik Udd Recording Studios.

Alt Indie Rocker Project, Snow Villain, Drop Comic-Book Inspired Video

Snow Villain’s new EP offers an honest and raw glimpse of central figure, Grant Goldsworthy’s life while the songs were being produced. “I Don’t Know,” both the track and official music video, serve as an homage to 90’s nostalgia by using soaring, riff-based guitars. The video itself, was comic book inspired, and features a clash between Snow Villain and paradigms of control. Goldsworthy’s creative input and credentials in the industry have elevated his profile, attracting collaborators he feels are a good fit for each production and/or project Snow Villain develops. Goldsworthy and a mix of players are gearing up to bring the first installment of EPs this April 2018, which will be available on all major platforms. More material leading up to Snow Villain’s EP and show announcements coming soon.

Ralo Recruits YFN Lucci For a Triumphantly Melodic Street Anthem

With the respect and admiration of every major player in the ATL rap scene, the street-savvy Ralo levels up with every new track. Realizing his rap ambitions over a bombastic Sorry Jaynari instrumental, Ralo reaches for the stars on “Dream Last Night,” his latest single. Boasting a soaring hook from melodic trap hitmaker YFN Lucci, Ralo thanks his goons and his God for his great fortune: “I had a dream last night/That everything went right.” One of Ralo’s most radio ready singles yet, “Dream Last Night” taps into rich melodic and emotional vein, showcasing Ralo’s ability to inject genuine emotion into street music without losing its toughness or menace. Premiered by XXL, “Dream Last Night” is the latest single from the upcoming Diary of the Streets 3, following the Youngboy Never Broke Again-featuring, FADER-premiered “Rain Storm” and “Die Real,” a Complex-premiered track featuring Young Dolph and Trouble

Divide and Dissolve share exclusive, eclectic playlist with Ravelin Magazine

Melbourne heavy two-piece band Divide and Dissolve are proud to announce their forthcoming second album Abomination, which will be out February 16 via Dero Arcade. Today the band share an exclusive playlist with Ravelin Magazine and speak to Ravelin about their recording process, their mission to fight and destroy white supremacy and their upcoming U.S. tour dates.

The Moonlandingz unveil new cut of ‘Sweet Saturn Mine’

Following the announcement of Interplanetary Class Classics (Deluxe Edition), The Moonlandingz are pleased to share a brand new cut from the record – a reworking of fan favourite – and BBC 6Music A-listed – ‘Sweet Saturn Mine’ featuring the Human League’s Philip Oakey dueting with Moonlandingz and Fat White Family frontman Lias Saoudi.

BLACKBOOK PREMIERE: Deluxe Edition of The Moonlandingz’ ‘Sweet Saturn Mine’ – ft. Philip Oakey


On March 30, The Voidz (formerly Julian Casablancas+The Voidz) will release VIRTUE, their first new album in nearly four years, on Cult Records/RCA Records. Today, the band has shared the video for album track “QYURRYUS.” The VHS-tastic video marks Voidz frontman Julian Casablancas’ directorial debut, and follows “Leave It In My Dreams,” another song from VIRTUE, which was revealed earlier this week and hailed by Rolling Stone as “infectious….balance[s] pop with deft forays into the surreal.” The Voidz will perform on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on January 30.Let’s Mars are

kick-starting their 2018 with a new video for their debut single “HISTORY”.

With a brand new single coming out planned for February and festival performances in Europe to be announced, I’m hoping this is going to be a spectacular year for the Tel Aviv based duo.