Annabel Allum shares boisterous new single ‘RASCAL’ out via Killing Moon Records

Guildford-based Annabel Allum shares boisterous new single RASCAL, her second offering of the year following acclaimed January release Beat The Birds and critically successful 2017 EP All That For What. Loaded with pulsating hooks and the enigmatic singer-songwriter’s tenacious vocals, Allum oozes charisma and once more showcases her ability to marry folk-style storytelling with snarling fuzzy indie.

The Go! Team share new single

It follows their acclaimed new album, SEMICIRCLE, released in January on Memphis Industries. Band leader Ian Parton explains the influences behind the upbeat and mostly instrumental track, saying “’The Only Thing New Is U Finding Out About It’ is an expansion of an idea from a remix I did years ago. It builds around a looping Steve Reich-esque kalimba line, with a syncopated steel drum response jumping in the gaps, and by the end a full-on choir have joined in this weird math rock African/Asian hybrid thing. The title is inspired by a Mike Watt quote – and a sentiment I’m into: that it’s up to you to go out and track down the good shit that’s out there…” The Go! Team today also announced they’ll perform on TruTV’s The Chris Gethard Show on April 10th, 2018, the day after their North American tour closer show at NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge.

DDENT: watch gloomy video “Dis A La Lune Qu’Elle Vienne” exclusively via Cvlt Nation.

“Dis A La Lune Qu’Elle Vienne” is the first out of three videos to illustrate DDENT’s new full-length “TORO”. This first chapter sees a man meandering in desolated lands, in a world deprived of any creative substance.

Video Premiere: DDENT “Dis à la Lune qu’elle vienne”

London’s Dead Man’s Knee assaults the prim pretence of modern life

A paradigm shift in popular culture put the heady rock and roll excesses of the late twentieth century (sex and drugs) into the hands of contemporary commercial hip hop. ‘Pleasure’ is Dead Man’s Knee’s no-holds barred hard rock debut single that lyrically sets out to explore the shame prevalent in rock and roll over its hedonistic past. There’s a freewheeling sense of experimental progression akin to Funkadelic, and a contemporary hard rock edge like QOTSA at their most Led Zeppelin, but frontman Del’s vocal approach recalls the rootsy body singing of Chuck Berry and Little Richard. It all combines to make a fearsome three minute head banger that’ll have you shaking out on to the streets, bopping to your nearest dive bar to break every new years resolution you thought you were serious about.

Riah unveils new video, “Prom”

Riah, the indie-electro-pop singer songwriter known for “crisp songwriting… judicious word choice and emotional delivery,” (The New York Times) has unveiled the video, “Prom.” A powerful live performer, Riah has spent the past few years cultivating her sound, which “fits somewhere within the Tove Lo, Broods, and Phoebe Ryan realm of atmospheric alternative pop.” (The Line Of Best Fit)

REPLICANT: Metal Injection Streams Negative Life Full-Length In Its Entirety

This Friday, discordant death metal trio REPLICANT will unleash the blistering fruits of their Negative Life full-length upon the masses! In advance of its release, Metal Injection is streaming the record in full issuing, “It’s easy to deliver dark sounds, but much harder to give weight and emotion to it in a way that connects with the listener, something Negative Life does in a way that sounds downright haunting and achingly miserable. The end result…occupies its own space within the pantheon of modern era technically inclined warped death metal. Particularly because, outside of Artificial Brain and a few others, most bands of this ilk have no interest in original death metal wave influences within their sound. In essence, the goal here seems to be an exercise in doing more with less, and it works in their favor every time from start to finish… Negative Life is an interesting experiment in blending old-school cavernous death metal attitude and style with modern dissonant skronky flavor.”


Boston Ballet is proud to announce an exciting schedule of three debut appearances starting this summer with special performances with the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center in June 2018, followed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood in August 2018. The Company then embarks on its first tour to Paris to perform at the iconic Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in April 2019.

“I’m thrilled to present Boston Ballet to new audiences and to work in partnership with two renowned artistic organizations, the New York Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra,” said Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen. “Showcasing our Company’s artistry for the first time in Paris is also a huge milestone for the Company, and a dream come true for me.”

Black Moth Super Rainbow shares new single from split with Alessandro Cortini of NIN

If you haven’t panicked lately, you’re either blissfully ignorant or have gone completely clear. For the rest of us attempting to navigate the political, economical, and cultural carnage, Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” succinctly captures the statue of psychic dislocation. Or N.W.A.’s “The Panic Zone.” Or Black Moth Super Rainbow’s Panic Blooms, the latest disorienting dystopian masterpiece from the experimental pop arsonists that haunt the black-leaved Pennsylvania woods.

Jack White releases new track “Ice Station Zebra”

Jack White has unveiled the final pre-release track from his hugely anticipated third solo album, BOARDING HOUSE REACH (Third Man/Columbia). “Ice Station Zebra” is available digitally worldwide now and was featured as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1 on Apple Music this morning. In addition, Lowe shared a clip from White’s upcoming two-part interview on “It’s Electric with Lars Ulrich,” the first part of which is set to premiere on Sunday, March 25 at 12pm PT exclusively on Beats 1. The second part of the interview will air on Sunday, April 1 at 12pm PT.

Simon XO Delivers Inspiring Electro-Pop Anthem “There’s A Way Out”

His upcoming single is a follow up to his double single debut, “How Do I Fight” and “Waiting For Me To Break.” These distinctive electro pop tracks garnered the attention of Ground Sounds, EQ Music, EDM Sauce and many others! Combining synths, tape-loops, electric guitars and more, his singles show just a taste of what to expect from his upcoming EP, Covering.

AViVA Premiere Video for “DROWN”!

AViVA launched back onto the scene last week with her dark new sound via the single “GRRRLS” which as amassed over 20 million streams online. She was recently added to Australia’s popular Groovin’ The Moo Festival, where you will be able to catch her performing live on April 29th alongside acts such as Royal Blood, Portugal. The Man and Amity Affliction.


Written over the course of three years, Bad To My World spawned 10 tracks flying in the face of any and all barriers—physical, mental, thematic, and beyond. Informed by the sounds of what enticed each member into Hardcore music in the first place, Bad To My World clamors with youthful discontent while commenting on fissures plaguing the hardcore community and the world at large. Determined to dodge repetition, the record seethes with the tough-as-nails posture of Killing Time and Agnostic Front while snaking through glimmers of alternative and crossover.

Portland Punks Abolitionist To Release 4th LP ‘The Instant’ on May 1st

Recorded in 5 days at Supernatural Sound Studios in Oregon City, Oregon, by engineer Robert Bartleson, and mastered by the mighty Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room, The Instant compiles 12 punchy tracks, drawing sonically from a variety of punk and hardcore influences. The album also explores (through yet another dystopian storyline) the human tendency to follow the herd in the name of lofty ideals — often at the expense of individual freedom, if not human life.

Song Premiere: Abolitionist – “The Instant”


Just one night after G-Eazy wraps his sold out The Beautiful & Damned Tour at the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York City, the multi-platinum Bay Area rapper has announced the second edition of his Endless Summer Tour with Lil Uzi Vert. The 32-city tour includes Ty Dolla $ign, YBN Nahmir, P-Lo, and special performances by multi-platinum producer and DJ Murda Beatz. The tour begins on July 20th, 2018 in Seattle, WA and touches down at major market amphitheaters and pavilions throughout the US until the final show on September 8th in Miami, FL (full dates below). Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, March 23 at 10am local time. Dates, tickets and more information can be found at

Gaelynn Lea Sets Out on a Pacific NW Tour

Gaelynn Lea, winner of NPR Music’s 2016 Tiny Desk Contest, is heading West for two weeks of shows in North Dakota, Montana, Washington, British Columbia, Oregon, South Dakota, Colorado and Minnesota. She will be playing a variety of listening rooms, bars, and theaters.

Nic Fanciulli unveils Kölsch remix of track ‘Saying’ featuring Damon Albarn

An eclectic Danish DJ famed for his anthemic ‘Grey’ (9 million Spotify streams to date), Kölsch has garnered a reputation as one of dance music’s most talented producers, playing alongside Nic weekly throughout the summer of 2017 at Hï Ibiza’s new residency In The Dark.

MELTED SPACE: New Noise Magazine Now Streaming Darkening Light By French Metal Opera

Pianist and composer Pierre Le Pape Le Pape pulls the listener into the depths of his imagination where tone and rhythms are envisioned as cascading shadows and light on the third MELTED SPACE album. Darkening Light sees the composer once again joined by an extensive cast of guest vocalists and musicians hailing from a wide array of bands and musical entities from across the genres of metal, classical, jazz, and more. The album also sees MELTED SPACE once again collaborating with the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

Album Stream: Melted Space – Darkening Light

A Boogie Recreates “Drowning” In Trap Symphony For Audiomack [Video] Out Today

Earlier the year, New York artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie teamed up with emerging music discovery platform Audiomack to remake three of his smash hits with a professional orchestra for the Trap Symphony video series. Now having released the orchestral makeovers of A Boogie hits “Say A” and “No Promises,” Audiomack is now ready to unveil the final, and most exciting, installment of the series with the Trap Symphony rework of A Boogie chart topper “Drowning.”

BLACKTOP MOJO Announce Spring Tour Dates with JOYOUS WOLF & OF LIMBO

Texas based hard rock band BLACKTOP MOJO has announced their North American tour run with JOYOUS WOLF and OF LIMBO, including select dates with BLACK STONE CHERRY.

We’re thrilled to be heading back out to see all the extended family and friends we’ve made over the last few years. – Blacktop Mojo

Mipso Release Title Track From Edges Run

Crowned “Best New Music,” by American Songwriter, the magazine describes, “The new tune [“Edges Run”] builds upon the complex acoustic arrangements and layered vocal harmonies for which the quartet is already known with unorthodox tuning and some otherworldly instrumental flourishes, making for a listen that shows the band to have grown sonically since the release of their 2017 LP Coming Down The Mountain.”

Mipso Share Title Track From Forthcoming LP Edges Run

WILL HAVEN Streaming Entire New Album, “Muerte”, Today

Sacramento-based mainstays of noise metal WILL HAVEN will release their highly-anticipated sixth full-length album, entitled Muerte, this Friday, March 23, 2018 via minus HEAD Records. Muerte is available for pre-order now via iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp (the track “El Sol” can be streamed via Spotify now here).

Sweden’s Alice Boman shares PAL remix of “twinkling”

It’s her second collaboration with the Malmö, Sweden-based recording artist following his world-renowned remix of her song “Waiting” that resulted in Boman making a guest performance on Amazon’s hit TV series Transparent (the show used the remix as Season 2’s thematic motif throughout).