Jungle Rot Debut New Music Video ‘The Unstoppable’

“Death metal needs blood, fire and carnage,” declares JUNGLE ROT throat and rhythm guitarist Dave Matrise. Today, JUNGLE ROT has released a brand new video for ‘The Unstoppable,’ from their long out-of-print album What Horrors Await. The fourteen track underground classic will debut on vinyl format for the first time worldwide on Record Store Day, April 21, 2018.

SPIELBERGS share emphatic new track “Distant Star”

If “We Are All Going To Die” gave us a look into just how intense, dark and heavy the band could go, “Distant Star” treads a more uplifting path, at least musically. On a track that guitarist and lead singer Mads Baklien describes as “about feeling lost in the grey of everyday life, wanting to change things up and start from scratch.” it’s clearly not all good times. However, this is swift-becoming Spielberg’s calling-card; their ability to marry the soaring and uplifting with the dark and gloomy. Baklien continues; “Distant Star tries to capture that feeling of being stuck in relationships and leaving the responsibility for your own happiness in the hands of your close ones.”

Snakehips release second single and video from the ‘Stay Home Tapes’ EP

Snakehips have revealed the second track from their eagerly-anticipated 6-track ‘Stay Home Tapes’ EP. One of their hottest collaborations to date, ‘For The F^_^k Of It’ features chart-topping Def Jam signee Jeremih, as well as breakthrough rapper Aminé. The single is accompanied by the second part of the 3-part mini movie, which was released today.

Belly Share Release New Song “Stars Align” from DOVE, First Album in 23 Years out May 4

On May 4, Belly return with DOVE, their first full length album release in 23 years. The album was produced and recorded by band member Tom Gorman alongside longtime friend of the group Paul Q. Kolderie (Hole, Throwing Muses, Radiohead).
Today, Belly shared “Stars Align,” the second song to be released from the forthcoming album.

The Rubens bring ‘Million Man’ tour to the UK next week

Platinum certified, multi-award winning and No.1 Australian charting band The Rubens, are returning to the UK next week as part of their ‘Million Man’ headline tour, and have just announced the acts set to join them.

They will be starting things off with a show at London’s Scala on April 4th supported by Dutch singer-songwriter Christof Van Der Ven. The 1,100+ capacity venue is close to sold out with only a final few tickets remaining.

Tancred announces ‘Nightstand’ album via Polyvinyl/Hand

Tancred is proud to announce the forthcoming release of the new album ‘Nightstand’, out June 1st on Hand In Hive / Polyvinyl Record Co. Produced by Lewis Pesacov (Best Coast, Generationals), ‘Nightstand’ is the follow up to Tancred’s (aka Maine-based musician Jess Abbott) well received 2016 release ‘Out of The Garden’, which won praise from Stereogum, The FADER, Rookie, and many others while leading to US tours with the likes of Speedy Ortiz and Weaves. Today, NPR Music shares the first single ‘Reviews’, saying ‘From the anaphoric verses…to a chorus that opens up like parting storm clouds, Abbott has polished her songwriting into a resplendent pop shine.’ This April Tancred will hit the road in the US with Julien Baker for dates across the Midwest and East Coast.

GIRLI Releases Music Video For “Play It Cool”

London’s most unapologetic and compelling popstar GIRLI releases the accompanying music video to brand new track “Play It Cool” today.

With Kinks-like power chords, infectious hooks and a decidedly cool nonchalant delivery, “Play It Cool” marks GIRLI’s first new music since her recent “Hot Mess” EP. GIRLI ventures into DIY pop with the new single, calling bullshit on typical fuckboi behaviour with her astute lyrical observations and a wry sense of humour.

Ry Cooder Premieres Title Track from “The Prodigal Son” and Announces Tour Line-Up

Cooder also shared the details of The Prodigal Son Tour, his first full solo outing since 2009. The fabled musician will be joined by chief collaborator, drummer, percussionist, and keyboardist, Joachim Cooder; accomplished singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Robert Francis; a unique saxophonist who has recorded with some of the most recognizable names in jazz and popular music, Sam Gendel, and the Grammy-award winning vocal trio from North Carolina, The Hamiltones. The tour will visit venues throughout North America this spring and summer.


Behind the name evoking cinematic thoughts, is a female singer, songwriter and self-taught producer who delivers electronic lunar and ethereal pop music. A laboratory of sound wherein synthesizer, piano, megaphone, looper and controller coexist.

Lauv Releases Brand New Single “Chasing Fire” TODAY!

“Chasing Fire” serves as the follow up single to his global smash hit song “I Like Me Better” which has surpassed 500 million streams, garnered platinum certifications in 7 countries, gold certifications in 3, and scanned platinum in the U.S. and is currently #17 on the Top 40 radio chart.

Public Eye Premiere Single, “Redacted Memories” via NEW NOISE

Two years ago, Autistic Youth hit a wall. After three albums and extensive touring, the band was burned out—with the project, but not each other. After the group returned from a European tour, they decided to pull the plug on their old band, exchange instruments and start over. They were Reborn as Public Eye, the quartet channeled their creative frustration into a more focused and aggressive form of post-punk, while maintaining Autistic Youth’s ear for melody.

Song Premiere: Public Eye – “Redacted Memories”

Punks Bad Breeding share new track ‘Psychic Copper’

Bad Breeding have revealed second track ‘Psychic Copper’, taken from their forthcoming EP – an intense and impassioned cut that addresses toxic masculinity. The Stevenage-based anarcho punks have just signed to One Little Indian Records for the release of their Abandonment EP. The band’s affinity to label founder Derek Birkett’s ’80s punk band Flux of Pink Indians made OLI a natural home for the political punk band, as well as their now-label-mate Crass’ Penny Rimbaud.


Groundbreaking hip hop trailblazers A Tribe Called Quest premiere their new video “The Space Program,” helmed by acclaimed video director Warren Fu (Pharrell Williams, Daft Punk, Depeche Mode, and others) exclusively on Apple Music today.

Little Simz Shares New Video > ‘Morning’

Ahead of her forthcoming headline THE POISON IVY TOUR across Europe, which begins with an already SOLD OUT date in Paris on May 3rd, Little Simz unveils the official music video for “Morning” taken from the deluxe edition of her critically acclaimed sophomore LP ‘Stillness In Wonderland’.

ZION I x DJ Fresh Release “Work” Video

The track was written as an anthem celebrating the merits of focused concentration and attention. “This song is for all those putting in overtime, and walking the walk, knowing that their time will eventually come,” explains Zumbi.


Created from the Multi-faceted mind of producer/songwriter RafaelKatigbak, the musical project Fields of Violet began its journey in early 2017 and so far, has manifestedinto an authentic, innovative, and dynamic musical chemistry with a very versatile signature sound.While Katigbak, from Melbourne in Australia, is the sole member and anchor songwriter, Fields of Violetis comprised of a vast array of feature-artists and musicians from all over the world.
“Fields of Violet’spurpose is strictly to create music and explore different soundscapes. It is not intended to be a live act”states Katigbak. This vision is clearly manifested in their debut EP entitled “Into the Unknown” with itscreative composition, strong musicianship qualities and production value.


The spring run includes shows at Exit In in Nashville (April 2) and the Riviera Theatre in Chicago (April 5). The band will also perform at NYC’s Governors Ball, Upstream in Seattle and Electric Forest in Rothbury, MI.

LeAnn Rimes Debuts “How Do I Live (Re-Imagined)”

Grammy Award-Winning Artist LeAnn Rimes has released a new rendition of the multi-platinum hit “How Do I Live” exclusively to as a ‘Thank You’ to her fans for their continued support for the past 20 years. The newly titled “How Do I Live (Re-Imagined)”, was produced by Rimes and longtime producer Darrell Brown and will be available on digital platforms worldwide starting at 9pm PT this evening.

John Carter Cash To Release ‘We Must Believe In Magic’ on April 21

On April 21, when music enthusiasts flock to record stores in honor of “Record Store Day,” fans of John Carter Cash will have the opportunity to pick up Cash’s new album, We Must Believe In Magic.

The 17-track release is a collection of songs recorded over the last ten years and features an astounding host of musical guests, including some of Nashville’s most recorded session players and artists representing Rock, Gospel and Country Music. Tony Rice, Ana Cristina Cash, John Cowan, The Fisk Jubilee Singers, Jerry Douglas, Dave Roe, The Daeger Brothers, Bob Moore, Etta Britt, Charlie McCoy, Tony Harrell, Jamie Hartford, Sam Bush, Jack Clift and the Cedar Hill Refugees, Sarah Peasall McGuffey, Ira Dean, Ronnie and Rob McCoury, Eric Hamilton and many others took part in the project. The album’s imaginative cover features the faces of many of the individuals who contributed to the music and is designed by Roberto Parada.

Henry Hall Releases New Track “Fewer Words”

Today, Los Angeles-based alternative pop artist Henry Hall shares his new single “Fewer Words”, a collaboration with producer Sled Ellis. This marks Hall’s first release of 2018 since the trilogy of singles he put out in 2017.

Ashley McBryde’s GIRL GOING NOWHERE Everywhere 3/30

When Ashley McBryde and her touring band settled into producer Jay Joyce’s studio a few hours before dawn to record what would later become her first major label debut, Girl Going Nowhere, McBryde felt uninhibited. It wasn’t the whiskey or the weathered J45 that helped the Arkansas native finally feel at ease; it was the permission she gave herself to make the record she had always wanted to create without worry of Music Row naysayers complaining she was too traditional, too rock or too tattooed. The result is her 11-song album, Girl Going Nowhere, set for release tomorrow March 30 on Atlantic/Warner Bros. Nashville.

Wussy returns with a new album

One of the most hopeful songs on Wussy’s upcoming seventh studio album What Heaven Is Like, Gloria is, at its most specific, a spoiler-free(!) narrative tribute to ‘Fargo’ Season 3’s heroine, Gloria Burgle of Eden Valley played by Carrie Coon. In a larger sense, though, it paints a portrait of an inscrutable everywoman who dares to stand up to an omnipresent, almost supernatural, villain. Moving with little fanfare, and only recognized by a stranger who heralds her arrival like a mysterious John the Baptist type figure, announcing her name over a patchwork grid of rural American fields.


“‘Panic Room’ is probably the darkest song I’ve written. It’s about something I don’t feel like a lot of songs talk about, which is anxiety. ‘Panic Room,’ to its very core, is about battling self-doubt and fear, and how sometimes you can be your biggest enemy. The word panic room ties into the song by saying that when fear consumes you, it automatically puts you into that panicked headspace. You think you’re safe in the panic room, but really you’re avoiding the issue and lying to yourself when you should be dealing with the problem.” reflects Au/Ra.


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.

Girl Blue shares powerful new pop single “Lolita”

The song also talks about how movies skew our ideas of ourselves and our place in the world, how we can feel urged to maintain our innocence and simultaneously exploit our own sexuality before we actually understand it, and how all of this effects us far beyond those formative years. On a larger scale, it’s a song about looking back on the way you thought your life would go and the way it actually did, eventually picking up the pieces and making something out of all that experience.

Kidd Bayou “Gold”

Comprised of Oregon native Luke Hall and Chicagoan Joey Colando, Kidd Bayou started creating music together while both were focusing on their own projects. Their mutual influences, which include Death Cab For Cutie, The Shins, Wilco, and Elliott Smith, allowed the two to discover a cohesive vibe that spoke to both of them. Separately, they come from highly musical backgrounds; Hall spent years producing music for bands in the Oregon indie scene while focusing on his solo project Last Home. Previous to that, he was in Los Angeles-based band Dayplayer, while Colando focused mostly on honing his songwriting abilities and playing in his LA based folk band Meekos & Me. But it was their thirst for experimentation and undeniably chemistry that became the driving force behind the music they created.


Today, coveted U.K. beat-makers Snakehips release new song “For The F^_^k of It” featuring chart-topping singer-songwriter Jeremih and breakthrough rapper Aminé, and will be included on Snakehips upcoming Stay Home Tapes EP, which is set for release April 5th. The track is accompanied by the video, which is the second part of the 3-part mini movie that will be released alongside the duo’s EP. “For The F^_^k of It” is available now on all digital retail providers via Sony Music U.K./RCA Records.

Naked Giants’ Debut Album SLUFF Now Streaming at Alternative Press

Naked Giants are set to release their debut album SLUFF tomorrow, March 30th, 2018. The 12-song set was produced by Steve Fisk (Nirvana, Unwound, Soundgarden) and is the Seattle trio’s follow up to their 2016 R.I.P. EP, whose songs Stereogum described as “…hulking behemoths that channel classic rock bravado into something blistering and immediate.”

Benjamin Jaffe (of HONEYHONEY) Releases Soulful New Single “Everlasting Peace”

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Benjamin Jaffe will release his solo debut album Oh, Wild Ocean Of Love on May 11th via Diamond Family Records. Best known as one-half of the acclaimed Americana duo HONEYHONEY, Jaffe steps center stage and reveals his ingenuity as a guitar virtuoso, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, writer, composer, and arranger. Today, Jaffe released his new single “Everlasting Peace,” debuted this morning by Consequence of Sound who called it “an emotive R&B ballad featuring layered, delicate vocals.”