Mitch Shares Debut Track “Jersey”
R&B’s newest bad boy, Houston-born-Phoenix-raised Mitch, shares his debut track “Jersey”. Intertwining classic 90’s R&B undertones with contemporary scenarios, “Jersey” explores the trials and tribulations of modern romance and the complex decision between love and the pursuit of your dreams.
Company of Thieves return with “Better Together” EP
Currently on the road with Walk the Moon, indie group Company of Thieves arrive with their highly anticipated EP, Better Together – their first effort since 2011. Premiering on Consequence of Sound, the release features three new tracks, as well as a gorgeously stripped back rendition of fan-favorite, “Oscar Wilde”.
Wylderness share second ever single Peripheral Vision
Wylderness are set to release their self-titled debut album on 23rd March via Succulent Recordings. Following recent single 72 & Sunny – a song which gained huge acclaim from the likes of Huw Stephens, Steve Lamacq, Clash, Dork etc. Their blend of pop and shoegaze sits comfortably next to contemporaries such as DIIV, with clear echoes of My Bloody Valentine and Ride to be found within their wall of guitar fuzz.
Party Pupils joins Audien to bring the old school back on a funkified dance floor-ready reboot of ’90s hip-hop classic, “This is How We Do It,” premiered today via www.thissongissick.com. The collaboration arrives as Party Pupils gets ready to join select dates on Grandtheft’s Square One Tour, as well as Steve Aoki’s Kolony US Tour this Spring.
Grunge Pop Outfit The Worst Humans Drop “We’re On Drugs”
Perhaps it bears mentioning that The Worst Humans are not what their name implies. The Worst Humans, in fact, are three remarkably talented musicians, doing their best to resurrect New York’s storied underground rock scene. And, by all accounts, they’re doing a hell of a job, as they color outside the lines of traditional pop music.
Atlantic Records, along with Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter/producer Ty Dolla $ign’s THMVMNT (pronounced The Movement) label imprint, announce the signing of Los Angeles-based rapper, Joe Moses. The news was announced earlier today via Billboard and is heralded by the release of his new single “Back Goin Brazy (feat. Future).” The Southside-produced song will appear on Joe’s label debut EP, SoWop EP slated for release next month.
British artist, musician and DJ Little Boots (aka Victoria Hesketh) has unveiled “Shadows,” the lead single off her forthcoming “Burn” EP (out on April 6), which premiered on V Magazine who hailed the track for its “shimmering synths” and “undeniable beat made for runway struts.”
Finding itself at a unique intersection of house music rhythms and 70s funk psychedelia, Diaz’s music feels as welcome on a crowded dance floor as it does on long road trips, blending bright electronic synths with layered guitars and vocals to create lush tropical soundscapes. Mike is a multi-talented artist, producer, and DJ. He released his debut EP in 2009 titled ‘Sunndreamm’, and has since released numerous LPs, EPs, and remixes that have seen coverage from outlets from Pitchfork to The Guardian. The last two years have found Diaz performing at Miami festivals such as III Points, House of Creatives Fest, and FM Festival, as well as select dates across the U.S.
Eyes Of Blue Light, the smoldering new studio offering from Colorado-based metal legion, NECROPANTHER is out today. Captured at Green Door Recordings in Denver by Felipe Patino (Rise Against, NOFX) and mixed and mastered in Gothenburg, Sweden by melodic death metal mastermind Fredrik Nordström (Dimmu Borgir, At The Gates, Arch Enemy, In Flames etc.), the twelve-track offering chronicles the classic 1965 Frank Herbert sci-fi novel Dune.
Today, February 23, 2018, French electropop duo, SACRE, released “Palmtree Hotel,” the final track from their first EP, The Call, produced by Parison producer, M-Ro. Following 4 single releases from the EP in 2017, “Palmtree Hotel” is the concluding element to the EP. It is a closing chapter on a journey that has only just begun. “Palmtree Hotel” is an ending and a beginning, as SACRE takes a leap into the unknown.
Los Angeles-Based Producer DJ 4TiFy Newest Single “It Ain’t Complicated” Out Now (2/16)
This month, Los Angeles DJ/producer—DJ 4TiFy—released his newest original single “It Ain’t Complicated” featuring Mickey Shiloh. The track is a mesh of smooth R&B vocals and danceable beats; acting as a perfect display of 4TiFy’s talent in producing catchy compositions fit for both the bedroom and the club.
LA artist David Poe’s new song/video “What the President Said”
The song was written and produced by Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter David Poe. The song challenges today’s US President whose tweets are consistently quoted in the news as what many believe are divisive, untrue and/or highly offensive. The song is intended to inspire Americans to vote at the midterm elections in November.
Today, EverythingOShauN shares the video for “Pylons,” a track off his EP Almost Everything. The “Pylons” video, directed by Fatty Soprano & Shutter, premieres on The 405. The 405 writes of the video, “His 2017 EP Almost Everything was one of the year’s most striking hip-hop releases. The Brampton, Ontario-based artist hopes to build on that success with a two-part video series, which begins today with the video for his single ‘Pylons.'”
Alice Phoebe Lou has premiered the new single and video, “She,” via NPR’s All Songs Considered. Born in South Africa and having developed her ethereal indie-folk sound busking on the streets of Berlin, Alice has caught the ears of a community of music lovers the world over with her honest storytelling and raw, beautiful voice. Her fiercely independent approach to her music has given the singer songwriter a creative confidence that shines through in her captivating vocals and stripped back music. Last year, a live version of this song was released and racked up over two million plays on YouTube. In addition, it was selected to be featured in the film BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY, executive produced by Susan Sarandon. The movie has already won several awards including BEST DOCUMENTARY (New York Film Critics, Online) and been nominated for numerous others.
Today, Norwegian indie-pop act, Kid Astray, makes a triumphant return with the release of new single, “Joanne.” Showcasing an array of infectious melodies that weave between thumping bass lines and sizzling synths, this breakout group continues their trademark of catchy hooks and joyous arrangements. After an intense period in the studio before the new year, the band is now ready to “get it right” in 2018 with a wealth of new music on the horizon with their upcoming EP being released before the summer.
Swedish Singer-Songwriter Dennis Kalla Will Break Hearts With New Single, “Beautiful Mistake”
23 year old Swedish singer-songwriter, Dennis Kalla’s music was once described as being ‘sad, haunting, and brutally honest.’ His latest single is not here to prove that statement false, but rather show you how just how beautiful those three things can be.
Recently signed simply as CIC, Brazilian artist Marcelo CIC is ready to open a new door onto his professional career – one that promises to shine a light on new sounds, a new vision, and new success in the months to come. To help kick off the journey, CIC brings fans a brand new musical gem titled “Toy Soldier.” Written by the same composers who have worked alongside Avicii and Above & Beyond, the vocals for the track were recorded at the historic and legendary Abbey Road Studio in London which The Beatles once called their musical home.
Already part of the Last Night a DJ Saved My Life Foundation, NoW is also partnering with the Oceanic Foundation which aims to preserve our oceans. Plastic is one the planet’s biggest environmental issues, and nightlife generates a lot of plastic waste. NoW is striving to go straw-less on this tour and urging fans to make small changes in their plastic consumption. Small things can make a big difference and every little bit counts. In an interview with Billboard, NoW explains “plastic plays a big part in shows and in nightlife, which I’m heavily a part of. I think it is important to bring that awareness into the arena that I’m working in, because I didn’t know about this stuff ’till someone brought it to my attention.”
As momentum continues to build following a North American tour announcement, Interscope/Vertigo Records’ artist The Night Game aka Martin Johnson has unveiled yet another stellar track, this time titled “Bad Girls Don’t Cry” which is available worldwide from today. The infectious track features a massive scream-along chorus and toe-tapping beats, destined to turn into one of the year’s biggest party records. Listen to “Bad Girls Don’t Cry” HERE @skopemag.
The new single follows 2017’s “I Could Fight On A Wall” and “Thin” from ii (Side A), the first half of their highly-anticipated second album ii. Aquilo also announce today that ii will be released in totality on May 4th and is available to preorder in CD and vinyl formats.