Jenny Wilson | New Video
This new clip for Lo’ Hi’ was shot over the course of a sub-zero February night in Jenny’s native Stockholm, and mixes animated sequences with strobe-lit footage of her to unsettling effect. The film was directed by Gustaf Holtenäs, also behind the animated clip for previous single ‘Rapin*’, which premiered via the Gothenburg Film Festival.
Today, producer and DJ, Carnage released his sophomore album, Battered Bruised & Bloody via BMG/Heavyweight Records. Taking the helm as main producer on the album, recent singles include “Learn How to Watch” ft. Mac Miller & Madeintyo, “i Shyne” with Lil Pump, and “Plur Genocide” with Steve Aoki ft. Lockdown.” The 13-track set showcases a diverse collection of artists including Migos, Deko, Lil B, Scarlxrd, Takeoff, and many more.
Quoth the band on this release: “‘Perversión’ is the third part of the triology that started with ‘Sacrilegio’ and continued with ‘Posesión’. It has its own identity, but still the filthy, furious old black/death metal madness that is the soul of Corpsehammer. The lyrics on this EP are abstract, and by abstract we mean that there is not a specific story in each song but rather sentences and words not necessarily connected to each other but in some strange way the connect and the result was just pure fucking chaos and madness. Lyrically this beast is facing and dealing with the devil, perversion, darkness and death.”
Finding itself at a unique intersection of house music rhythms and 70s funk psychedelia, Diaz’s music feels as welcome on a crowded dance floor as it does on long road trips, blending bright electronic synths with layered guitars and vocals to create lush tropical soundscapes. Mike is a multi-talented artist, producer, and DJ. He released his debut EP in 2009 titled ‘Sunndreamm’, and has since released numerous LPs, EPs, and remixes that have seen coverage from outlets from Pitchfork to The Guardian. The last two years have found Diaz performing at Miami festivals such as III Points, House of Creatives Fest, and FM Festival, as well as select dates across the U.S.
Trap Choir, Creek Boyz Release Summer Anthem “Boss Right Now”
From internet sensations to promising record breakers – Baltimore’s Creek Boyz are back with a guaranteed anthem and music video – “Boss Right Now.”
Creek Boyz first came on to the scene with their viral single “With My Team” cultivating over 4 million Spotify streams. The positivity and special energy of the record had Lil Yachty hop on a remix end of last year. They also dropped “Trap Digits” and “Loco” in January, showcasing their different vocal capabilities and skillfully bouncing off of one another’s energy.
BØRNS – “We Don’t Care” Video Out Now
The video for “We Don’t Care” was created by BØRNS and features the winning artwork submitted by fans during the Adobe #MakeItBORNS contest earlier this year. Challenging aspiring artists to visually interpret the lyrics, music and emotions of the song, BØRNS worked with Adobe to crowd-source artwork from creatives around the world, which he then used to create the environments seen in the video. As a former video editor himself, the “Make it BØRNS” contest is a unique exercise in creativity that brings together the creative communities of music and technology.
Lev Snowe, the 20 year-old artist from Winnipeg, Manitoba, began writing for his project in the Summer of 2015. Immediately after graduating high school, he spent his time writing, recording, and mixing his music at home in his parents’ basement. Lev Snowe makes a synthy brand of psychedelic dream-pop that is equal parts washed out and danceable. His band is what makes his live shows possible. He notes, “I couldn’t do it without them. They take my dreamy, chill songs and add a whole new energy to them that is much more rockin’ for shows.”
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. The Parlor recently spoke to Impose Magazine about miscarriage, the healing process and how they’ve discovered hope through creating their latest record. You can listen to ‘Kiku’ in full via Bandcamp.