Listen to Divided Minds “Don’t Get Too Close”

It is Friday and I have some energy-filled rock for you! Divided Minds out of Phoenix, Arizona recently signed with We Are Triumphant and their music video “Don’t Get Too Close” premiered in New Noise Magazine. Then on 3/9 their next song “Norterra Pkwy” was released on all digital channels, next to be released will be their song “Take My Hand”… big drum roll… Their EP ‘Mood Swings’ will be out with a live music video for “I Forgot You.”

Famous Dex Releases New “Japan” Single

“Japan” follows Dex’s smash hit single, “Pick It Up” featuring rap superstar, A$AP Rocky. The record has been steadily climbing the Hot 100 Billboard Charts! Fans will be happy to hear more of the energetic music Famous Dex has built his career on. It’s clear that the animated rapper is on a roll with another show stopping record and head turning visuals.

Meg DeLacy Debuts Beautiful New Ballad “Trapeze”

Meg explains: “Trapeze is for all the girls and young women working hard towards their goals and dreams, while the reality of a judgmental world pulls at them. We share this challenge with each other, and because of that we share our strength and resilience.”

‘The Fosters’ Finale: Meg DeLacy Reflects On Grace’s [Spoiler] & Reveals Grace & Brandon Tribute Song

E-40 Announces Connected & Respected Joint Album With Cousin B-Legit

Known for pioneering the independent rap business and paving the way for indie powerhouses such as his friends at Cash Money and No Limit Records to flourish, few rappers have the longevity or influence of Vallejo, California’s E-40. Now, he is re-connecting with his cousin and one of his earliest musical collaborators, B-Legit, for a full-length album, a first in their 30+ year history as partners-in-crime and in-life. They will release Connected & Respected on April 6th.

Cheeks Bossman “No More Flexin”

As the music industry looks to fill avoid where party music is complimented by lyrical content and smooth delivery, Cheeks Bossman emerges as Tampa Bay’s answer in an industry full of questions.

The California Honeydrops’ new track debuts at No Depression

“It’s rare to find a band as much in love with music and each other as The California Honeydrops. Their deep understanding and mastery of classic R&B, New Orleans Jazz and more has allowed them to create music that is as fresh as it is funky, and uniquely their own. Lech has one of the most soulful, elastic voices I’ve ever heard…and he shreds on trumpet and guitar as well. They are truly one of my favorite bands!”—Bonnie Raitt

Odina delivers rawness in her rendition of post-punk classic ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’

Odina is named after ‘Mount Odina’ in Northern Spain where her family originates which links the Singer/Songwriter back to her roots. She aptly has a certain rawness and honesty shine out of her vocal and guitar parts. Influenced by Keaton Henson and Bon Iver amongst others, 2016 saw the release of Odina’s debut EP ‘Broken’, a project conceived in the intimate space of her small London bedroom that has managed to amass totally over a million streams on Spotify. To date, she has received praise from The 405, Clash, Earmilk, Nylon, The Line of Best Fit, and Wonderland to name a few.

Quelle Chris Codes Video Game Video Starring Jean Grae: “ZERO”

We originally reached out to Steven Spielberg about tying the video in with Ready Player One’s release, but after we got no reply, we decided to hit WIRED magazine up for a debut. Toda
y, the home-coded video-game-video from Jean Grae & Quelle Chris is out: Watch “Zero” at WIRED.

Party Favor and Baauer release new track ‘MDR’

A rumbling and in-your-face production, laced with the thunderous bass-lines both Party Favor and Baauer have become known for, ‘MRD’ utilizes elongated warning siren sounds to kick off the release before launching into an assault of vibrant and dynamic chord patterns that will delight head banging ravers worldwide.

Red Shahan Releases “Revolution” from ‘Culberson County’ out 3/30 via Thirty Tigers

West Texas troubadour Red Shahan has released “Revolution,” the third single from his upcoming album Culberson County, out March 30 via Thirty Tigers.

The Boot premiered the track, stating “”Revolution” is equal parts catchy and heavy, an arguably political song that still fits in at the honky-tonk.”

Alex Midi Debuts New Single Ahead of Daydream Festival

DJ and producer Alex Midi presents fans with a brand new collaboration with fellow Mexican DJ and violinist. The single, titled “Time Is Running Out” is a dark and fierce anthem punctuated with trap rhythms and pop inspiration. Dash Berlin and Tiesto alumnus Cadence lends her voice to the single, bringing depth and rich dimension to this stunning musical piece. The release heralds Midi’s return to touring with an upcoming performance at Daydream Spain in Barcelona March 30 and 31, followed by several shows in Spain.

Hudson Taylor debut new single with Rolling Stone

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).

The multi-talented siblings honed their craft busking on the streets of their hometown of Dublin, as well as cities all over Europe, leading to the release of their debut album, SINGING FOR STRANGERS, in 2015. Most recently, the band enjoyed a very successful 2017, playing to one of the biggest crowds of the weekend at the Electric Picnic festival in September, and their lead-off Irish single “Feel It Again” was one of the biggest national airplay hits of 2017. Hudson Taylor’s Irish autumn tour was a sell-out and they also played huge shows with Picture This, The Script and Kodaline.