British Folk Three-piece Tors Present Uniquely Crafted Harmonies in ‘Wilder Days’

Matt and Theo; two brothers that make up two thirds of Tors, started out their musical careers writing tracks featuring in critically acclaimed Channel 4 Drama – Skins. Alongside Tors, Matt writes music for multiple Japanese and Korean pop bands, and has also written chart hits in Italy and Poland. In addition, he’s written a song that is currently being supported by Radio 1 – ‘Better’ by Declan J Donovan. Tors have made a massive impact with the likes of BBC introducing, 6Music and Radio X. With streams totally over 2million so far, they’re ready to make waves with the release of their new single ‘Wilder Days’, recorded naturally in their Dad’s old shed in Devon.


Having been born in Surrey, it was a move to Florida that formed much of Hannah’s early musical life where her idols became the likes of Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani. Hannah threw herself in to High School life before moving to New York to study at NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts whose previous alumni have included Lady Gaga.

Atlantic’s new signing Dan Owen releases beautiful single ‘Icarus’

Dan Owen has today released his brand new single ‘Icarus’. The bold new song features soaring guitars and expansive orchestral strings while Dan Owen’s jaw-dropping vocal abilities deliver a dark and hard-hitting story about drug abuse.

Sparkling alt-pop combo Lanikai release new single ‘Wear and Tear’

Marti Sarbit about the new Lanikai single ‘Wear and Tear’: ‘Wear and Tear’ is about celebrating awkwardness. Though I hide it well, I can get pretty overwhelmed in social settings which sometimes brings out my most awkward conversational habits. It even comes out in the way I show love to the people in my life. “Wear and Tear” takes that lifelong self-embarrassment and cleanses it, viewing it as a positive and accepting that my awkward behaviour is an important part of who I am, and not necessarily something to be feared.

New Release From ‘Roxul Pop’ Singer, Phenix Is A True Anthem

As Phenix describes it, “This is the beginning of a story full of reflections and hopes. “Dinosaur” is about the power we have to write our story as we feel it, as we live it, and as we see it. It’s about all our struggles to love and accept others as we yearn to love and accept ourselves. It recounts the moment I was truly “bared” – stripped and vulnerable, and found my inner strength and my voice. In turn, I found acceptance, and with that the need to share my hopes for everyone. This is an anthem. Take your story and write it down. Take your dreams and write your glory. Write the rest of your story and believe it. Believe in yourself. Behind the illusion of labels and boxes, we are all ancient creatures trying to make out this world we live in. We searching to know why we’re here and what our purpose is. I hope that the song brings you new light.”

Jade Bird releases acoustic version of “Lottery” – watch video!

“Lottery,” continues to receive widespread critical praise—Entertainment Weekly highlighted the song in their “Must List” while NPR Music included it in their “Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing.” “Lottery” follows the 2017 release of her debut EP Something American.


Furthermore, Anne-Marie is delighted to announce that she’ll be supporting global superstar Ed Sheeran on the UK, Ireland and European leg of his forthcoming stadium tour. This will mark her second stint on the road with Ed, having supported him on his 2017 arena dates.

Bromberg’s Big Noise Music Festival Announces Summer Line-Up

Mid-Atlantic Americana music festival, Bromberg’s Big Noise, announces the full talent line-up including the festival’s namesake David Bromberg & The Big Band, three-time Grammy-winning Los Lobos, and Big Noise veterans Railroad Earth, as headliners.

Inspired by the “Americana Godfather” David Bromberg (multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, producer, and local violin luthier), Big Noise returns to his adopted hometown of Wilmington, DE on June 8th and 9th for the second consecutive year at the Tubman Garret Riverfront Park.

Szlachetka Releases Heart of My Hometown

The sophomore album from Rolling Stone “Artist To Know,” Szlachetka (pronounced SLA-HET-KA), is available today across all platforms. Heart of My Hometown is a mix of modern Americana, ’70s California rock, and singer-songwriter sentiments produced by Grammy award-winning producer David Bianco (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen).

Alison Wonderland reveals new single ‘Church’ with music video

Making history as the highest ever billed female DJ at last year’s Coachella, Alison Wonderland has unveiled her brand new single ‘Church’, with the production out today.

A powerfully cathartic release, laced by Alison’s rich vocals, the single follows previous track ‘Happy Place’ and blends a downtempo crushing melody with strong bassline elements from the highly acclaimed singer, DJ, and producer.

Tickle Torture wants to be your “Psychic Playmate”

Electro-pop act, Tickle Torture, returns with his brash brand of Prince-inspired sex-pop. Described by KALTBLUT MAGAZINE as “the soundtrack for a new generation of freaks”, Elliott Kozel aka Tickle Torture aka “Uncle Tickle” delivers “Psychic Playmate” — an ode to the Studio 54 days of decadence and debauchery. Pulsing analog synths swirl around as the track launches into a fully loaded disco-freakout. Known for outlandish live performances, Tickle Torture is no stranger to controversy, recently getting kicked out of the Los Angeles’ Moroccan Lounge for over-the-top antics. Just take a look at his Instagram account. (WARNING: it is very NSFW).

Track Premiere: Tickle Torture – ‘Psychic Playmate’

The Wrecks Release Five-Song EP ‘Panic Vertigo’ Today

Alternative/indie rock group The Wrecks release their highly-anticipated EP, Panic Vertigo, today via RED MUSIC. Produced by frontman Nick Anderson and long-time friend and engineer Andrew D’Angelo, Panic Vertigo delivers five new songs, all of which are already fan favorites from the band’s live shows. Panic Vertigo is available today across all digital service platforms.

Invisible Minds ‘Cut Girl’ EP

Anonymous London based solo artist Invisible Minds collaborates with vocalist Howard Hobbs on second single ‘The Cut Girl’, out 16th February 2018.

Following the release of hypnotic debut single ‘Yo Mae Leh’, Invisible Minds have garnered support from titles like Clash Magazine and BBC Radio tastemakers Tom Ravenscroft, Lauren Laverne and Steve Lamacq to name a few. Not to mention grabbing the number 1 slot on the electronic iTunes chart.

Aaron Carter’s First Album In 15 Years Out Today

Aaron Carter has released his first album in 15 years, LøVë, today via Z-Entertainment/RED MUSIC. The album’s stand-out track “Sooner or Later” has nearly 76M streams of Spotify. “Don’t Say Goodbye” amassed nearly 1M streams across all platforms since release,landed on the Spotify U.S. Viral chart and received prime placement on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Weekly Buzz playlists. Follow up tracks “Hard To Love” and “Good 2 Bad” (featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist) were premiered with Apple’s Beats1 Request show and PopCrush, respectively.

Nightly Release New Song “Miss You Like Hell” Today, February 16th, On Interscope Records

Nightly are Nashville based cousins, Jonathan Capeci and Joey Beretta. Over the past two years Nightly released their debut honest EP, headlined their first tour & supported The Night Game, The Struts, and K.Flay on tour. Nightly have amassed over 7 million streams across all digital streaming partners on their hit song, “XO” and followed that up with the release of “Talk To Me.”

Teen Daze Side-Project Jamison Isaak Releases New EP!

Jamison Isaak has been releasing acclaimed music under various aliases for the past eight years, and today he is returning to his namesake for the release of neoclassical EP1 – a quiet exploration of piano and pedal steel guitar. Whether it’s ambient-leaning synthpop or quiet meditative folk songs, Isaak has created a fanbase around his compelling, melodic and atmospheric works. Heralded as “irresistible” by Pitchfork and “an enchanted tranquility” by NPR, Jamison’s spacious yet intimate releases strike a chord across genres.

Diplo debuts “Look Back” ft. DRAM video, new EP this spring

The song is the first to be revealed from a forthcoming EP, California, set for release this spring. California will be the first solo body of work from Diplo since 2013’s Revolution EP.

Justin Nozuka Releases ‘Low Tide’ EP

The EP, out now on Glassnote Records, includes three new songs including the single “Warm Under the Light.” Produced by Chris Bond (Ben Howard), its three songs reveal mature, thoughtful lyrics and beguiling melodies, while hinting at what’s to come on an album unfolding in three stages. Justin Nozuka released his High Tide EP earlier this fall, followed by sold-out shows in New York and Los Angeles.

ENCHANTYA announce new album details

After the release of their debut “Dark Rising” (2012) via Massacre Records, portuguese heavy/gothic metallers Enchantya are very proud to announce that the band started recording their sophomore abum on the 10th of February, at the Pentagon Audio Manufactures Studios with amazing Fernando Matias (SINISTRO) on the control. The new album, which will be entitled “On Light And Wrath” has 11 tracks. EnChanTya invited Ricardo Oliveira (My Enchantment, Attick Demons) to record the drums. More news will be available soon.

Hudson Taylor Release Acoustic Single and Video, “Run With Me”

HUDSON TAYLOR, the Irish Americana-pop duo comprised of brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson Taylor, will release their new EP, FEEL IT AGAIN, March 23rd on Rubyworks, home of Hozier, Rodrigo y Gabriela and more. The Feel It Again EP gives listeners a taste of Hudson Taylor’s fresh sound, including the singles, “Feel It Again” and “Run With Me,” and three more pristine tracks produced by RyanHadlock (The Lumineers, Vance Joy). They’ve also announced tour dates in both Ireland and the US (US dates supporting Gabrielle Aplin).

Hudson Taylor Will Take You on a Journey in “Run With Me”