Wifisfuneral Recruits Curren$y For “25 Lighters” Remix For 4/20
Just in time for 4/20, wifisfuneral recruits New Orleans veteran Curren$y for the remix to “25 Lighters.” The two trade bars over the homage to the DJ DMD classic, based on a phrase originally used by Memphis legends 8 Ball & MJG. Wifi’s signature double time flow meshes perfectly with the Jet Life rapper’s laidback presence. The “25 Lighters” remix comes after the original song and music video racked up over 3M streams in less than six weeks since its release. Since that time, wifi has dropped “Knots,” his collaboration with Brooklyn upstart Jay Critch, a remix to Comethazine’s DJ Mustard-produced “Sticks,” and a couple of collaborations with Robb Bank$. More music is on the way, with wifi putting the finishing touches on his Ethernet mixtape.
James Gardin addresses habits & vices on new single “Focus”
Illect Recordings artist James Gardin collaborates with label mate Ess Be on his new single “Focus”. They attempt to address how habits and vices are not only damaging to you, but also to your purpose and your focus. James says, “A lot of times we look at bad habits solely on they hurt us, but what if they also hurt the world at large. I hope you all will be inspired by this song to reassess what holds your attention and time, and get refocused on what’s important.”
Polychrome pay homage to SURVIVE’s Stranger Things theme on ‘Don’t Be A Stranger’
East-London-based Polychrome, who channel the spirit of Cocteau Twins with the electronic ecstasy of M83, are made up of Oliver of The Bronze Medallists and Victoria of Victoria and Jacob. Victoria and Jacob have been championed by the likes of NME, Time Out, The Line of Best Fit, Uncut and DIY to name a few, and have also supported The Mystery Jets, Com Truise, Daughter, and Katy B. Oliver, frontman of indie electronica band Bronze Medallists (also solo performer/activist Olly the Octopus AKA ‘Boris Johnson’s Nemesis’ – City AM), has worked with the likes of Lucy Rose, Mt Wolf, L.A. Salami, and been supported by Radio 1, Radio X, Radio 2, and 6music to name a few.
Razorwire Halo has released their music video for “Sweat”
“Sweat” Description: “Sweat” is a powerful and rhythmic track from Razorwire Halo that is sexually charged and focuses on the pure unrestrained sexual urges between two entities. Razorwire Halo puts a digital edge to everything they create. “Sweat” is just that right animalistic amalgamation between the heat and what is to come. A pulsating need and a sense of wanton lust blend itself into a climactic song.
SIMON PAPARO ANNOUNCES NEW SINGLE
Folkster Simon Paparo has today announced his glistening new single Gold At Midnight, a respectful ode to the tender first months of fresh love, out April 27. He has also dropped a spectacularly beautiful video to accompany the track, featuring a young couple basking in the golden hour, directed by Claire Nica (Fountaineer, 360, Thundamentals). Simon will be celebrating the release with a launch show at The Workers Club in Melbourne on May 13.
1914 – a powerful mix of black metal, sludge and old-school death metal from Ukraine. The band is currently working on the long-awaited second full-length album The Blind Leading The Blind, dedicated to the 100 years of World War I end (1918), which is scheduled to see the light on November 11th, 2018.
New Music Video by ORKID
ORKID, aka Matilda Melin from Sweden’s far north, continues to soar and amaze, release after release. Personifying quintessential Swedish indie-electro-pop, it’s hard not to fall for Orkid’s brand of velvet, soulful, fragile yet commanding vocals, alongside her captivating and piercing beauty inside and out.
Hows Harry drop new single, ‘Totem’
After a huge 2017, which saw them release 2 acclaimed singles & touring w/ MassMatiks, 2018 has started in a similarly positive manner for the dark-pop 4-piece, as the band sold out their 3rd London headline show in a row and announced their biggest tour to date, as they support Courts on 7 dates nationwide this May, and gained slots at this years Great Escape & CloseUp Festivals.
Bazin crafts warm electronic music featuring R&B rhythms, obsessive voice distortions and infectious melodies all built around a steelpan. Bazin started playing the steelpan at only 12-years old. Whilst he enjoyed (like most of his school friends) listening to 90’s hip hop, he also began listening to Calypso and playing in huge steelpan orchestras playing music from the West Indies like ompas, zouk and salsa. After leaving high school he studied at a French Music academy learning orchestral arrangement, jazz harmony and improvisation whilst continuing to play in various bands and gigs, always with his trademark steelpan. During this time Bazin even graced the lofty heights of working in MacDonald’s to support his music career.
MARTY CASEY Releases Official Music Video for Uplifting Single, “Anything You Want”!
Chicago Rock Artist MARTY CASEY has released the official music video for “Anything You Want,” off of his 2017 released debut album, The Ground You Walk On. Originally premiered on Celeb Mix, “Anything You Want” was directed by Mike Leber and was co-written with Andrew Farriss (INXS).
Following their return a few weeks ago with their first track in two years, Little Jack, angular art-rock quintet Post Louis have revealed another brand-new experimental-indie gem, Stress Fracture. The band will also play a headline London show at Paper Dress Vintage (27 April).
Coming off of two successful runs with Typhoon and labelmate Courtney Marie Andrews, Matt Dorrien has released “I Can’t Remember”, the newest track from his Mama Bird Recording Co. debut album, gearing up for his hometown release show in Portland on May 23rd at The Old Church with Alexandra Savior. The Line of Best Fit has lauded the “elegant” new single, saying “Dorrien perfectly hits that bitter sweet spot that lies somewhere between pure heartbreak, obsession and denial, digging deep into the would as a route to recovery.”
Introducing Orions Belte
Is it blues? Is it world music? Is it underground pop? You can choose whichever you want, it’s not important for Orions Belte. The band play instrumental music inspired by “Nigerian 70s rock, postcards from the French riviera, Formula One races at the Monza track in Italy, and when Joe Frazier beat Muhammad Ali in the ‘Fight of the Century’ in 1971”. You could say their influences are “eclectic”.
Canshaker Pi release new single ‘No Sack, No Way’
Canshaker Pi have released a new song from their upcoming album ‘Naughty Naughty Violence’ out June 1st via Excelsior. The track ‘No Sack, No Way’ premiered at Upset where it was described as “a perfect accompaniment to this afternoon’s sunny climes.”
The Night Game Debut Official Video For “Bad Girls Don’t Cry”
Interscope/Vertigo Records’ artist The Night Game aka Martin Johnson dropped an official video for the fan favorite track “Bad Girls Don’t Cry,” which is out now worldwide on all digital platforms. Watch the video HERE.
CHARLIE PUTH UNVEILS “DONE FOR ME” VIDEO
Multi-GRAMMY® nominated singer/songwriter/producer Charlie Puth has revealed the visual for “Done For Me,” the third single off his highly anticipated sophomore album Voicenotes (available May 11th via Atlantic Records). A sultry homage to analog videos of the early 80s, “Done For Me” features Puth alongside Kehlani juggling lovers throughout a technicolor club environment.
Following its lauded world premiere at 2018’s Tribeca Film Festival last week, NYC duo Holy Ghost! today released Crime Cutz — a 17 minute, four-part documentary directed by Ben Fries and Alden Nusser that spotlights various subjects from New York City’s past, present and future.
Pavo Pavo Share New Track “Statue Is A Man Inside”
Following the success of their critically-heralded debut album Young Narrator In The Breakers (through Bella Union), Pavo Pavo are pleased to today share enchanting new track “Statue Is A Man Inside”.
Mining the rich territories of The Velvet Underground and the 90’s Madchester movement, and combining with the sound of classic 4AD, the Danish / Swedish troupe Black Light White Light shine a light into dark corners often left alone in contemporary psychedelic indie-rock. Based in Malmo, Sweden the musical project is centred on the Danish singer, guitarist and songwriter Martin Ejlertsen.
John Prine’s highly anticipated new album, The Tree of Forgiveness, debuts at #5 on the Billboard 200 chart with over 54,000 equivalent album sold in its first week—a career high chart position and sales week for the legendary singer, songwriter and performer. The album also debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Americana/Folk Albums chart, #2 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart and #2 on Billboard’s Rock Albums chart.
Las Rosas Shares New Single “Tax Man”
Brooklyn’s Las Rosas will release its sophomore LP, Shadow By Your Side, on May 11th via Greenway Records. A follow-up to last year’s Everyone Gets Exactly What They Want, it showcases the band’s lean, pop-infused mix of psych and garage rock and is currently available for pre-order.
Yung Bleu recently released Investments 5 (Gangsta Grillz) with guest appearances by Boosie Badazz, Rich Homie Quan, Lil Dirk, and more. He has been touring throughout the nation with no signs of slowing down. Yung Bleu is signed to Bad Azz Music Syndicate (Boosie Badazz’s label) and has been captivating fans with his sold out shows and his Investments mixtape series.