“IW2FU”, abbreviated for the chorus lyrics “I Want To Fuck You”, catches listeners immediately. It is a raw, yet catchy, bass and synth driven Hip Hop song built on heartbreak, lies, and the desire for second chances. It is sung by NYC Rapper Somnous and Australian Singer Matthew Hyland.
The Ramona Flowers Release Captivating Single “Out of Focus”
The Ramona Flowers have released their new electro-pop single and music video for “Out of Focus.” The synth-based track begins with a rhythmic drum groove and continues with an upbeat, addictive chorus. This magnetic song is the latest single off of the band’s forthcoming album, Strangers available on May 18, 2018 via Distiller Records. “Out of Focus” is now available for download and streaming across all digital music platforms. The music video is available for viewing on YouTube.
Today, Minneapolis based electronic singer, songwriter and producer Aaron Rice shares his video for “Heartthrob Mob.” All Things Go premieres the video, stating, “‘we’re treated to a rhythm that burns low and slow.” “Heartthrob Mob” is the first single from Aaron Rice’s forthcoming solo debut LP, Neverfade, due out Summer 2018.
Future R&B Duo Cool Company Drop High Energy Official Music Video
Brooklyn-based act Cool Company has officially dropped the dynamic, tongue-in-cheek official music video for their latest single, “Be More Mad”. “Be More Mad” is the first single off of the duo’s upcoming EP titled The Dose Pt. 1, set for release this year.
FYKE Releases Official Music Video for “AWAKE”!
LA Based rock band FYKE has released the official music video for their single, “AWAKE,” off of the 2017 released via Universal Music EP, Nightmares. Originally unveiled to enthusiastic fans on AP Facebook LIVE PREMIERE, “Awake” was directed by acclaimed music video director Brad Wong.
AP LIVE PREMIERE: FYKE – “Awake”
Posted by Alternative Press on Monday, April 9, 2018
Propelled by her female empowerment narrative, poetic lyrics, psychedelic textures and enticing and expansive voice, Serbian/Swedish international recording artist, Alezzandra, reveals her new single, “Bad Girl in Heaven, Good Girl in Hell” and introduces her rich spectrum of emotion and eroticism. The track was co written with guitarist/songwriter Denis Serifovic. One of the songs from her upcoming EP, The Black Rose (out 5/25/18), it was co-produced by Alezzandra and Nathaniel Eras at Chrome Space in downtown LA, amidst a hotbed of creatives. The track was mixed/mastered by Mehdi Hassine.
GHASTLY: Svbterranean Streams “Whispers Through The Aether”
The nightmarish hallucinatory sound GHASTLY invokes on Death Velour conjures the horror of rotting in incomprehensible obscurity, passing into oblivion guided by a many-colored specter of strange origin across the Styx. An air of psych-induced weirdness and shrieking dread permeates the decomposed palette throughout the album’s cryptic duration.
When discussing inspiration for the video, MONOGEM says, “For this music video, I wanted to create an empowering vibe and atmosphere with some of my favorite women on this planet. I also wanted to have a little fun with the visual, since the song celebrates what gets me high.”
“I discovered the song at a young age through Linda Ronstadt, which led me to Lowell George and Little Feat,” Delta Jackson recalled. “It would be tough to top Linda Ronstadt as far as my inspirational musical and vocals roots go, and I had it clear from before we went in the studio that I wanted to record this song, time permitting. Given the band that we put together for the recordings…the song nearly played itself. Guitarist Paul (Stacey) was in the Black Crowes & Chris Robinson Brotherhood and use to play it nightly on stage. Ethan (Johns) use to play live with Linda, and it was no stretch for him. Mikael (Jorgensen) from Wilco had also played the song on several occasions. At the end of the session for my EP, we had a couple of hours left, and the Producer Jeremy (Stacey) said…well if you want to give it a go…lets do it. So we did a run through, then one live take…. and it was done. It was an amazing feeling. It just felt like the right ending to a perfect week of recording my own music. We are releasing it as a single on iTunes, Spotify and other streaming platforms on Friday April 13th, which is also (and would be) Lowell George’s Birthday”