New Music: K. Sparks – Say Less (Produced By: Kurser)

Say Less is the second single from Urban Couture (The Remixes). The Queens NY Emcee & French Beat-smith Kurser collaborate for their collaborative project that contains original songs and remixes. EP Coming Soon. Urban Couture 12″ Vinyl available now via Fat Beats, Best Buy and World Wide.

Uruguayan Latin Grammy Nominees NoTeVaGustar Presents New Single

Resilience is defined as the ability of the human being to adapt positively to adversity. Recently the term is also assigned to the community and cultural process that responds to variables of compensation, protection and challenge. This is what Pegame más fuerte, the new single off Suenan las alarmas, the most recent and acclaimed album of Uruguayan band and Latin Grammy Nominees No te va gustar (Popart Discos) is about. It is an energetic rock imprinted song, within the conceptual framework of an album that questions the context of international, social, political and personal uncertainty that crosses the world, through a handful of songs that seek to propose a refuge to protect the spirit and the heart. In this original studio version, the song counts with the special participation of Herbert Vianna (Os Paralamas do Sucesso).

Sean McMahon drops new video ‘Show Me The Way’

Melbourne singer-songwriter Sean McMahon has unveiled a new video for his single ‘Show Me The Way’. What started out as a series of empty rooms in an abandoned artist’s studio turned into the perfect setting for the clip shot for label Blind Date Records by director Tim McCormack and cinematographer Thom Hayes.


Byron Bay singer-songwriter and one of Australia’s most loved musicians, Pete Murray has today announced a stunning remix of his song Heartbeats, by ARIA-awarding winning Peter Mayes from PNAU. Pete has also dropped a video for the remix, a short film seeking to inspire audiences to cherish the love they share with others while they still can. To celebrate, Pete has also announced a 3 piece acoustic tour that will cross the country playing intimate club shows, supported nationally by exciting newcomer, Matthew Armitage. The special run kicks off in Perth at Rosemount Hotel on June 29, moving through regional and metropolitan cities in Western Australia, Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, and wraps up in Canberra at The Basement on August 26.


Next year will mark 50 years since Judas Priest’s formation, and incredibly, they are more popular than ever. Case in point, the announcement that their 18th studio album, ‘Firepower,’ has debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200 Chart – their highest chart placement ever in the States (yes, that includes such all-time classics as ‘British Steel,’ ‘Screaming for Vengeance,’ ‘Painkiller,’ etc.). And Priest’s members are just as excited as the fans – “This is incredible news, that our band Judas Priest – of nearly fifty years standing, can stay popular and relevant enough to gain our highest first week Billboard Top 200 chart position ever! Good news for us, and good news for Metal in general!”


Auramancer is the solo project of the Belgian songwriter Blaede. After the release of his debut album “Golconda”, Blaede comes with a new alternative rock EP entitled “The only way to fail…”.

Clear references to bands like The Smashing Pumpkins or Queens Of The Stone Age are blended with a modern sound and production.


Shortly after announcing her 14-track LP, titled Awake, Alison Wonderland shares yet another banger from the project, which features 18-year-old Ohio rapper Trippie Redd. The collaborative single is titled ‘High’, which has an accompanying music video.

Nina Nesbitt Announces First Ever Collaborative Spotify Single

Following the success of Nina Nesbitt’s recent single ‘Somebody Special’ which has had over 12 million streams, today Nina reveals new track ‘Psychopath’ for the launch of Spotify ‘Louder Together’, a program bringing artists together to collaborate on an original Spotify Singles song in the spirit of community, empowerment and inspiration. Coinciding with Women’s History Month, Louder Together’s debut single, ‘Psychopath’ partners emerging female artists, Sasha Sloan, Nina Nesbitt and Charlotte Lawrence, who have come together for the first time to create and record an original Spotify Singles song.

SUNNATA: Cvlt Nation stream new album “Outlands” in full!

Hailing from Warsaw, SUNNATA have kept paving their own way to higher metal skies since their 2014 debut “Climbing The Colossus”. Weaving together sounds of the heaviest kind, dark psychedelia and grunge-infused hooks and vocals, the gifted foursome crafts a trippy and epic brand of metal that can only be accurately described as ‘ritual heavy’. Their spellbinding sophomore album “Zorya” (2016) made the band gather even more momentum with regard to the European alternative heavy scene.

Soaring Doom//Dark Psychedelia! Premiering: Sunnata’s ‘Outlands’ LP

Dutch producer Mason delivers brand-new single ‘Dance, Shake, Move’

A vibrant floorfiller which utilises a deep bassline, and slick female vocal, the track serves as an uptempo groove production, and follows up to his recent record ‘Rhino’, which was chosen as BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Record, having been released on iconic house label Defected Records.


California rapper and self-described “rap game Mark Twain” Monk Mandino presents the DIR.Anonymity-directed music video for “Single”, the Haruna-produced single from his forthcoming album Half Mountain Lion. Monk recently released the Anthropogenic EP, produced exclusively by Bay Area beatsmith DamCold$.

Rhino Records Launches Podcast Series, Hear First Episode On The Ramones Now

Rhino Records, the catalog division of Warner Music Group, has announced the debut of “The Rhino Podcast” in conjunction with the label’s ongoing 40th Anniversary celebration.

The first episode focuses on the punk rock pioneers the Ramones and is available now on all major podcast outlets, with upcoming episodes focusing on The Smiths, Gene Simmons, The Cars, The Monkees, and Montrose. “The Rhino Podcast” is a bi-weekly series produced by PopCult and hosted by Dennis Scheyer and Rich Mahan. Each episode offers listeners a deep dive into classic artists and albums with music, interviews with your favorite musicians, and a wealth of behind-the-scenes stories.

Let’s Eat Grandma Announce New Album

I’m All Ears is an even greater revelation than Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth’s globally acclaimed debut, I, Gemini. The second act from the British teenage vocalists, multi-instrumentalists and songwriters, is the most startling, infectious, innovative and thrilling record you’ll hear this year. It is alive with furious pop, unapologetic grandeur, intimate ballads; with loops, Logic, outrageous 80s drum solos, as well as production from David Wrench (The xx/Frank Ocean/Caribou), SOPHIE (famed for her own material and work with Madonna, Charli XCX and Vince Staples) and Faris Badwan (The Horrors). It’s an album that cements Let’s Eat Grandma as one of the most creative and exciting bands in the world right now.

House of Feelings share a love letter to New York on “Disco Lights”

NYC collective House of Feelings has unveiled their “love letter to the city” in the form of new single “Disco Lights”, premiered today via Stereogum. About the track, writer James Rettig notes “…it’s sultry and swirling, centered around a beckoning voice urging you to come see these disco lights.” This is their first release since their debut Last Chance EP dropped in August, which Pitchfork deemed “euphoric New York house music packed with modern anxieties” and the NY times noted was “full of immaculately hip grooves”. It’s also the first with bandleader Matty Fasano as lead producer.

Pop-Punk Powerhouses Gold Steps Release “Firestarter” Music Video

Chuggy guitar riffs, kick drum blasts and spitfire vocals define Austin pop-punk powerhouse group, Gold Steps. Earlier this month the band, led by energetic firestorm Liz Mauritz (vocals) and rounded out by Zach Duarte (lead guitar), Elias Perez (rhythm guitar), Erasmo “Raz” Garcia (bass), and Roger Steadman (drums), announced their forthcoming EP, Incandescent. Produced by Rick King of King Sound, the EP (out 5/28/18) is a musical representation of emotions experienced in mood cycling episodes. It starts out with fire, a taking-on-the world feeling which could be interpreted as a sort of manic state, but as the EP progresses the tone becomes more erratic. Today the band is thrilled to unveil their music video for opening track, “Firestarter,” exclusively with Alternative Press.

MOON HOOCH Announce New EP ‘LIGHT IT UP’ Due April 6

Moon Hooch have announced the release of a new EP, ‘Light It Up,’ due April 6. Recorded at the bucolic and tranquil Gnomehaus just outside of Burlington, VT during a rare extended break from their perpetual touring schedule, it presents three songs that the band has been perfecting in their live show over an extended period of time. Known for their raucous dance party-inducing performances, it’s only fitting that Moon Hooch capture that same raw primal energy in the studio. Co-produced by Tonio Sagan (Carl Sagan’s grandson), ‘Light It Up’ delivers an intense 10-minutes of music. The EP’s first single “Acid Mountain” was premiered by Pancakes & Whiskey and is available now for posting. The track hits streaming services, including Spotify and AppleMusic, this Friday, March 23.

BRYDE unleashes the full frontal grunge anthemics of ‘Peace’ /debut LP April 13th

With debut LP Like An Island a month away from release, Bryde ups the ante on new single ‘Peace’. With her masterly understanding of dynamics and counterpoint, alongside her unbridled lyricism, ‘Peace’ sees Bryde at her most amplified. Throughout her career Bryde has tackled challenging subject matter, exploring the curious relationship between vulnerability and empowerment with a psychological nuance and honesty that pegs her as a truly distinct new voice on the international indie circuit.


Lion Babe will play Harlow’s in Sacramento, CA on 4/9 and 1015 Folsom in San Francisco on 4/11 before they head to Coachella for their Saturday, 4/14 set. They’ll also be dropping remixes of “Honey Dew” next week from OG Ron C and Sevyn Davis Jr. More from them soon – in the mean time, watch the video on VEVO / YouTube now.

MODEL 86 releases part two in trilogy video series, ‘TRAUMA’

Manchester-born electronic producer MODEL 86 has revealed the second part of his trilogy music video series with award-winning director Ely Dagher. Visualising MODEL 86’s new single ‘TRAUMA’, the video continues to follow the character’s fantasy as she tries to escape the real world.


From Mass Appeal, Rapture stares directly into the bright light that hip hop culture shines on the world and doesn’t blink. Throughout 8 episodes and featuring a diverse swath of artists — Nas and Dave East, T.I., Rapsody, Logic, G-Eazy, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, 2 Chainz and Just Blaze – Rapture dives into the artists’ lives with their families and friends, to sitting front row in the studio and grinding on tour, to experiencing the ecstatic power of moving the crowd. All episodes launch globally March 30.

Björk releases remixes of “Arisen My Senses” by Kelly Lee Owens, Jlin and Lanark Artefax

Björk has released three remixes of the track “Arisen my senses”; one by Kelly Lee Owens, another by Jlin and a final by Lanark Artefax, each taking the original track to a new place with their trademark production sounds. Available digitally now, limited edition 12” vinyl is also on pre-order via One Little Indian.

Bonander remembers forgotten women from history on video for ‘Smile’

Swedish Experimental songwriter Bonander’s video for new track ‘Smile’ celebrates forgotten Scandinavian women from the 19th & 20th century. The film is directed, filmed and edited by Bonander, with help from Josefin Stacy. Bonander tells us “The idea with this video is to show a small part of all the women and transwomen that never should have been forgotten (in this particular video, Scandinavian women from the 19th- and 20th century). To ask a woman to smile and stay “pretty” is just one example of the pain we aren’t allowed to show to the world, a pain that is ignored and often forgotten. No more.”