OMB Peezy Hides Out From the Law in the “Fuck My P.O.” Video

Stacking syllables at lightning speed with an inimitable southern drawl, OMB Peezy is one of the game’s most distinctive young voices. Building up a head of steam over a minor-key slapper, Peezy explores the various ways the life of a hustler runs afoul of the law in “Fuck My P.O.,” his latest single. Brimming with fury and pride, Peezy rails against police and parole officers and their cruel treatment of ex-cons who try to toe the right path: “Crackers talkin’ bout my dreads/Sayin’ rappin’ ain’t a real job/Just bailed out for some marijuana before they hit me with a real charge.” In the video, premiered today by Noisey, Peezy stows away in a safehouse, until he has to run from a snooping police officer and escape the law.

The Parlor share whimsical “Superbloom”

Multi-instrumentalist producer-songwriters wife and husband duo Jen O’Connor and Eric Krans are fearless in their willingness to explore new sound palettes for their intimate brand of art-pop. Throughout their progression from indie-folk, to stomp and clap trance-folk, to “campfire disco” -as Pitchfork described their sophomore release, Wahzu Wahzu -The Parlor continues to experiment with new instrumentation and blend their set of genre and stylistic songwriting influences. Today the duo share the whimsical “Superbloom” with Indie Current. You can listen on Soundcloud.The duo is currently on an East Coast Spring tour. Details are below.

Psych-Folk Duo The Parlor Share A Sacred Secret On “Superbloom”

Mothica Releases New Single “Water Me Down,” Out Today

Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Mothica, has stood as a trailblazing figure in the Dark Pop genre. Beginning with her debut EP ‘Mythic’ in 2015, Mothica has been awarded over 60 million streams, 800K monthly listeners on Spotify, and support from outlets including The FADER, Earmilk, Bullett, Pigeons and Planes, Indie Shuffle, MILK, and many more.

CRAY who just released her new single “Peaches”

CRAY returns today to show a new side of herself on her fresh release, “Peaches.” The new single is the first time CRAY has solely used her vocals on a track, something she has been quietly experimenting with for a while. Layering a whispery indie-pop vocal melody over a mellow yet captivating beat, “Peaches” is just a glimpse of what’s to come from CRAY. “I’ve always made whatever i felt like making,” she explains about the new song.

Deidre & the Dark shares new noir-pop single “Unerasable Love”

The track premiered via The Line of Best Fit who said, “She has an effortless grasp for storytelling, at first keeping the melodies deep and dark, uttering each word with a deadly delivery before the strings usher in the surprisingly light chorus.”

Iceland’s Indridi announces new album for figureight, shares “Amma” via Self-Titled

Today Berlin-based Icelander Indridi announces his heartfelt, intimate new album ding ding through Shahzad Ismaily’s figureight records on May 18th.

Muck Guitarist Indriði Arnar Ingólfsson Announces New Solo Album Ding Ding

Bas Releases New Song “Pinball II”

Dreamville / Interscope Records artist Bas has released a new single “Pinball II” featuring Correy C. Produced by by Cedric ‘Ced’ Brown, Jermaine Cole and ClickNPress, and mixed by Mixed By Ali, check out “Pinball II”.

JAC New Single

The 405 has premiered JAC’s new single “3-6-5”. It is out now. When talking about the track JAC says, “3-6-5″ is a song about attraction and infatuation, and how a person you desire can become present in your thoughts in very unexpected and momentary ways.”

French heavy-rockers Lumberjacks unveiled new music video “Last Chance To Change”

About 4 weeks before the official release of their debut full-length album and after sharing two first audio excerpts “Mystery Light” and “This Tiny Engine”, French heavy-rockers LUMBERJACKS just unveiled an official music video for the song “Last Chance To Change” available right now on YouTube.

Meet LA-based Artist Lou and her World-Weary New Single “Beaten”

Singer-songwriter Lou shares her poignantly arresting first single “Beaten.” With this first release, Lou’s powerful voice and emotional delivery stand out and offer a glimpse into the first page of her story; that suffering and aloneness can be turned into a force. The song is a raw and unfiltered journey into her world. A definite talent to watch, Lou performs around LA and can often be heard at No Name on Fairfax.

Phalcons new single ‘Swim Away’

Phalcons second single, the follow up to the majestic psych folk of ‘Idle Ways’, is instantly recognisable Phalcons. The first dreamy reverb drenched chords entice you yet again into their world. As Ben Ellis, the band’s singer and principle songwriter explained, the song came from a dream.

Early Hours to release new single ‘Blink’

Hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, Early Hours have been spreading their sun-kissed sound across the globe ever since hit single Smells Like Summer went viral, becoming the first South African song in history with over 1 Million streams on Soundcloud, topping a variety of local and international charts in the process.

Early Hours to release new single ‘Blink’ announcing UK shows

Hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, Early Hours have been spreading their sun-kissed sound across the globe ever since hit single Smells Like Summer went viral, becoming the first South African song in history with over 1 Million streams on Soundcloud, topping a variety of local and international charts in the process.

Since then, the duo have managed to gain over 6 million streams online, tour with Grammy-award winning band, The Lumineers and headline an impressive run of shows across Canada, USA, UK and South Africa.

The Mu-Tones debut single ‘Slab City Records’ out 30th June on Ugly Man Records!

North West trio The Mu-Tones are a noisy garage pop band forged of three talents and a desire for direct communication, led by former Marion guitarist/songwriter Anthony Grantham and joined by Alex Redhead (bass) formerly of Amplifier and Peter Gray (drums) who used to play with Letters to Fiesta. The Mu-Tones manifesto is direct and to the point: short sharp songs crammed full of loud, angry, weird magic. Anthony says “Some of them are about how I feel, and some of them show how I feel without making a lot of sense”

Birds of Chicago Share New Song “Never Go Back”

Today, Birds of Chicago share their new song “Never Go Back”, from the forthcoming album Love in Wartime, available on Signature Sounds Recordings May 4.The track premiered by way of All Music.

Jean Dawson releases debut single “Glacier Gallery” via Kitsune

Los Angeles, experimental artist Jean Dawson has released his debut single “Glacial Gallery” today via celebrated French electronic label Kitsune.

Produced by Dawson’s longtime collaborator, San Diego songwriter Lecx Stacy, his debut single “Glacier Gallery” is a moody masterclass in genre experimentation and auditory world building. The track carefully pulls sounds from the worlds of darkwave, minimalist electronic, hip hop and modern R&B creating a disparate clash of influences and styles that is uniquely its own.

Introducing L Devine

We are very excited to introduce you to our new artist, L Devine. Devine recently released “Growing Pains,” a short film that includes her song “Like You Like That.” She worked on the film with Emil Nava (Eminem, Calvin Harris, Rihanna, Ed Sheeran) and says “All the songs on “Growing Pains” are real stories and real feelings I’ve had growing up so we wanted to explore my experiences as a girl coming into adulthood in the video, whether it was falling in love, sexual curiosity, partying or finding my place as a young woman in the world. In summary, girl power and growing up!”

Grunge Pop Trio Night Owls Share Snarling Latest Cut ‘Better With Age’

Snarling, ferocious and dripping with fury, the Leeds outfit’s latest offering sees them incorporate experimental electronic influences within their distinctive sound, whilst retaining their boundless energy and trademark vocals to sublime effect.

Billy and Dolly announce upcoming album ‘Five Suns’

San Francisco duo Bill Rousseau and Dahlia Gallin Ramirez first broke through in 2004 with their heavy, Moog-centric outfit, The Monolith. After five good years, The Monolith called it quits, but the duo stayed together, went into songwriting hibernation in Dolly’s basement, and reemerged as Billy & Dolly, recording two albums, and sharing the stage with the likes of The Apples in Stereo, Dr. Dog, and Corin Tucker.

STORTREGN: Swiss Blackened Death Force Debuts New Single

Swiss blackened death force STORTREGN has just finished their supporting European tour with IMMOLATION & FULL OF HELL. Their impending fourth album “Emptiness Fills The Void” to be released on May 25 through Non Serviam Records.


Lamacq-approved Fuzzy Pop band The Yada Yada Yadas drop new single Woke Up Strange

After releasing debut single ‘Oceans’ at the end of 2017 and being featured in Upset Magazine, Alternative Press as one of the 20 bands you need to hear, and being asked by huge supporter Steve Lamacq to introduce themselves with a 60 second CV on his BBC 6 Music show, The Yada Yada Yadas have returned to show their songwriting chops once more on ‘Woke Up Strange’.


Boston Ballet presents the coming-of-age fairytale The Sleeping Beauty by Marius Petipa with additional choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton. Hailed as one of the Company’s trademark works, this quintessential production features soaring music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky and sumptuous sets and costumes by Emmy Award-winning designer David Walker. The Sleeping Beauty runs May 11–19, 2018, at the Boston Opera House.

“This is my favorite production of The Sleeping Beauty, and I am excited to share it with Boston audiences again. It is a fantastic introduction for the first-time ballet goer, as well as a true pleasure for connoisseurs,” said Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen. “The Sleeping Beauty is ingrained in ballet history, and I am proud that Boston Ballet continues this legacy. The tradition, emotion, and atmosphere created by the superb dancing, costumes, and sets have made audiences fall in love with this beloved story again and again.”

Damien Jurado Shares New Track “Allocate”

The album feels like a beautiful collage — its narrative pieced together through letters and postcards, with each part contributing to its greater whole, and providing snapshots of one’s journey to find a sense of place and connection to a changing world.

Confidence Man Share Video For “Don’t You Know I’m In A Band”

Just ahead of the release of their debut album Confident Music For Confident People this Friday, April 13th via Heavenly Recordings, Melbourne band Confidence Man are pleased to share the lively video for their track “Don’t You Know I’m In A Band”. Watch it HERE.

NEQUIENT: Invisible Oranges Premieres “Cat’s Cradle”

Chicago’s unhinged metal/hardcore outfit NEQUIENT has dispatched a new track from their Nefarious Industries-bound Wolves At The Door, through a premiere of the album’s “Cat’s Cradle” through Invisible Oranges.

Brantley Gilbert’s Fired Up About Kid Rock Late Summer Tour

Nashville: Brantley Gilbert established himself as a voice of the hardcore, hardworking American from his debut single, the #1 “Country Must Be Country Wide.” With a strong commitment to rocking hard, reaching deep and pushing Nashville’s boundaries, the outlier American Songwriter says, “never fails to deliver southern inspired anthems” joins Kid Rock for his Red Blooded Rock N Roll Redneck Extravaganza this fall.

Joining Rock August 22 at Mountain View, California’s Shoreline Amphitheater, Gilbert — and hard country satirist Wheeler Walker Jr – will be bringing the throwdown to a dozen cities across America. The very special night of gauntlet-throwing will see the tour move through California, North Carolina, Missouri, New York, Indiana, Illinois, Massachusetts and Florida.

About This Kid Rock, Brantley Gilbert, Wheeler Walker Jr. Tour

Andy Mineo’s Single “You Can’t Stop Me” RIAA Certified Gold

It’s nothing but net for Reach Records hip hop recording artist Andy Mineo as he scores big with his colossal hit, “You Can’t Stop Me.” The song recently moved the equivalent of more than 500,000 copies, which includes over 51 million streams to date, and is officially certified GOLD by the Recording Industry Association of America® (RIAA). According to Spotify data, of the 500,000 units required to make gold, their curated playlist, Beast Mode, is responsible for 100,000 of those units alone. The power of playlisting in the digital era continues to change the game for indie artists.

Calan Mai Premieres New Video, “We’ve Got Love”

Now 27, and hailing from the Gold Coast (a small town in Queensland, Australia), Lawrence started making music in his early teens and found his songwriting taking on a greater intensity during his college years. Soon after graduating, he moved to Manchester with a group of fellow musicians and made his debut as Calan Mai with an acoustic demo of “We’ve Got Love” in 2014. With no promotional push, the track soon found its way into rotation on Triple J, BBC Radio 6, and a number of college radio stations in the U.S., leading to performances alongside artists such as Will Johnson and Band of Horses.

VIDEO PREMIERE: Calan Mai Delivers Distinct Folk Pop Via “We’ve Got Love”

STONE DEAF: The Obelisk Debuts “Spitshine” Video

Colorado doom/rock outfit STONE DEAF has unveiled the first single from their impending second album, Royal Burnout, set for release in early May through Black Bow Records. The song comes by way of an official video for the album’s “Spitshine,” which is now playing through The Obelisk.

Stone Deaf Premiere “Spitshine” Video; Royal Burnout Due May 4

The Hands Free announces self-titled debut album out May 25 on New Amsterdam Records

The Hands Free — a new acoustic band featuring composer/performers James Moore (guitar/banjo), Caroline Shaw (violin), Nathan Koci (accordion) and Eleonore Oppenheim (bass) — will release its self-titled debut album May 25 on New Amsterdam Records. CD, digital and vinyl pre-orders are available now through Bandcamp here.

Great Lake Swimmers Announce New Album ‘The Waves, The Wake’ Releasing August 17, 2018

2018 marks the 15th anniversary of Great Lake Swimmers. The JUNO nominated, Polaris Prize shortlisted Toronto group, fronted by lead singer-songwriter Tony Dekker are pleased to announce new album The Waves, The Wake, releasing August 17, 2018 via Nettwerk. Recorded in the 145 year old Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church and produced by Chris Stringer (Union Sound), Tony decided to challenge himself by writing new music without any acoustic guitar which has always been his instrumental mainstay. He further digressed from previous songwriting patterns by looking at each track individually and then tailoring the instrumentation to bring each song to life in its own distinctive way.

Ryder Havdale “In The Way You Love”

CANDY HAVEN, the debut full-length by Berlin/Toronto-based producer Ryder Havdale drops this June 22nd. Havdale bridges the gap between techno, house and pop songwriting sensibilities, inspired by the textures and rhythms of the urban sprawl of Berlin.

New Andy Cook single + EP stream

This Friday, Minneapolis-based songwriter Andy Cook will release a new EP, Modern Man, his first with Good Eye Records. Earlier this week, The Bluegrass Situation premiered the EP’s final single, “Nothing Changes.”

Cold Fronts Share 4/20 Inspired Video For “Staying In”

Today, indie rock band Cold Fronts share their video for “Staying’ In”. A boisterous quip about smoking weed and ordering takeout, the track was first featured in Noisey, who called it a “perfectly formed nugget of slacker rock.”