“Can’t Stop Shakin'” features three of Austin’s go-to entertainers: Frostine Shake, a ballerina with a message that ‘Every Body is a Dancer’s Body’ (featured in Buzzfeed and Cosmopolitan, to name a few), burlesque sensation Ruby Joule and singer/dancer Jolie Goodnight. “Can’t Stop Shakin'” was directed by Blake Judd and Todd Tue of Milk Products Media.

Producer & Vocalist, Repato Releases Moody Electronic Single, “If I Only”

Today, LA-based producer, vocalist and songwriter, Repato releases his new single, “If I Only.” The song premiered this morning on the Casablanca Sunset blog.

“If I Only” features a soft and melodic lead vocal that floats above the song’s comforting syncopated rhythm and moody bass line. As the song develops, and the chorus emerges (~1:07), the listener is met with a rich harmonic synth that is perfectly mixed beside swaying percussion and nostalgic textures.

Minneapolis noise rap transgender duo Moodie Black

Now well over a decade into a career of outsider art, noise rap pioneers Moodie Black have established themselves as an uncompromisingly original act with a penchant for ferocious live shows and a host of critically acclaimed releases to their name. Early iterations of their sound began taking shape in the vast deserts of Arizona before settling into the indie rap haven of Minneapolis, with a brief stop in Los Angeles along the way. Chris Martinez (aka Kdeath), the creator and driving force of Moodie Black, recently announced that they identify as transgender, a topic touched upon with their last release Nausea that comes into sharper focus on their new album, Lucas Acid.

IGORRR To Kick Off Debut North American Tour TONIGHT!

France’s IGORRR will kick off their mini North American expedition tonight in Montreal. Touring in support of their latest album and Metal Blade debut, Savage Sinusoid, the trek includes stops in New York City, Mexico City, and Los Angeles. See all confirmed dates below.

IGORRR spent their Summer on tour with performances in Israel and Turkey, as well as shows all over Europe in clubs and at notable fests including Dour Festival, Hellfest, UK Tech Fest, Brutal Assault, and more. For a preview of the group’s unique brand of sonic maelstrom, sample their Dour Festival performance in its entirety on the band’s YouTube channel.

Poppy Ackroyd streams post-classical LP ‘Resolve’ in full

Having played alongside giants of the genre, Hauschka and Nils Frahm, the unique musician has returned, newly signed to Bjork’s label One Little Indian Records, fresh off the back of a mini-album Sketches, and set to release her brand new self-produced full-length record – her most ambitious and progressive piece of work to date.

Zach Callison “War!”

Debut single, “War!” introduces Zach Callison with a sprawling, epic chapter of an intense Hollywood love affair. Produced by Chase Ryan, Anthony Mazza, and Callison himself, the single is a dynamic fusion of sounds that incorporates inspirations from blues rock, theatrical storytelling, and fast-paced rap verse. The unapologetic revenge track introduces Juanita as the feuding lover of the protagonist, who despite his vengeful promise to outshine her music career, is still the object of his obsession. A big band symphony of horns rages beneath Callison’s alchemical control of rhyme and diction, spitting lines alongside wild piano (played by Callison) and fuzzy electric guitar.

TERROR UNIVERSAL Debuts on iTunes and Billboard Charts in First Week!

Last week, masked metal supergroup TERROR UNIVERSAL unleashed their brand new debut full-length album, entitled Make Them Bleed, via minus HEAD Records. In its first week, Make Them Bleed debuted at #8 on the iTunes Metal chart, as well as #13 on the Billboard New Artist chart, #17 on the Billboard Hard Music chart, and #165 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart! In addition, the album landed at #3 on Metal Contraband’s Most Added chart (#11 overall debut), in addition to #27 on the NACC Loud Rock chart.

Von Sell – New Track (first release in over a year)

Upon returning to New York, Von Sell partnered with NYU’s Steinhardt students and Village Records to craft his new gem and first song since his hiatus titled “Hell No”. Collaborating with grammy winning producer, Juan Cristobal Losada, “Hell No” is mid- tempo ballad about being conflicted and in denial about love, infatuation and losing yourself in your desire for another. Needless to say, we are happy to have him back and ready for what comes next.


Further proving why People calls his sound “raw and real,” RYAN KINDER delivers a straightforward rendition of CCR classic “Fortunate Son,” filmed during YouTube’s Nashville Sessions. The black and white video, available everywhere today, features Kinder – backed by a standup bass and drum kit – exemplifying his artistry and showcasing why Paste describes him as “the go-to country songwriter with the golden voice…”

Jules Rendell releases ‘Let Go’,

Cementing her departure from the soul/jazz tones of her previous offerings, ‘Let Go’ is another riff-driven, foot tapper which this time entreats the listener to release themselves from debilitations of control, and to instead, free fall into freedom.

Martha Ffion Unveils ‘Take Your Name’ Video

Irish-born, and now Glasgow based singer-songwriter Martha Ffion has announced her eagerly anticipated debut LP entitled ‘Sunday Best’ which is released 9th March 2018 on Turnstile Music.

‘Take Your Name’ is the first single to be announced from ‘Sunday Best’.