Today, American / German electronic duo Nite Haus, released their new single and music video for “Calling You.” The track is the first to be released from their forthcoming self-produced project, Saturation, due June 2018. The DIY album was recorded throughout 2015-2017 and was heavily influenced by Carrie Turner (Vocals) and Nils Siegels’s (Instrumentals, Production) ever – eventful lives in New York. The city is a place full of stimuli, where your mind is constantly stimulated, and in turn, saturated. Carrie’s songwriting across the album touches on the glamour, the sex, and the energy that comes from living in such a place as New York City, while also opening up about her own experiences with depression and loss.
Australian songwriter and producer LANKS shares his new video for “twentyseven” via The 405. The video was directed by Justin Carrig along with Ngaire Griggs and is the title track from his new album out now on THAA Records. You can watch and share the video here. LANKS’ debut album is available for streaming in full on Spotify and for purchase on iTunes.
Hiatt is currently wrapping up her first European headline tour where she has received overwhelming critical praise. She will launch a US tour supporting labelmate Justin Townes Earle starting May 15th in Evanston, IL and is also set for her Grand Ole Opry debut in her hometown of Nashville, TN on June 26th. Hiatt has been confirmed to appear at the Ohana Festival on September 29th alongside Eddie Vedder, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Johnny Marr, Liz Phair and more. She has also been announced to appear at the Pilgrimage Music Festival, Bristol Rhythm & Roots, Hillside Festival, Ottawa Bluesfest, Winnipeg Folk Fest, and more as well as additional support dates with John Prine, and Amanda Shires.
In advance of the tour, MOTOGRATER is pleased to reveal a music video for their hard-hitting, melodic anthem “Daggers”. The track can be heard on the band’s 2017 full-length release, Desolation, released via Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson’s EMP Label Group. Watch the video, directed by Matt Lord Zane in Los Angeles,now via Loudwire.
CHILD BITE: Decibel Premieres Tracks From Burnt Offerings
Burnt Offerings: Covers And Rarities 2010 – 2017, the forthcoming 2xCD compilation from Detroit noise rockers CHILD BITE will drop next month via Housecore Records. In advance of its release, today Decibel Magazine offers up three more tracks — “Throb Forever,” as well as the band’s covers of Unsane’s “Don’t” and Minor Threat’s “Guilty Of Being White/It Follows” — for public feasting.
Wild Moccasins have announced their forthcoming third full-length, Look Together, due to release June 29 on New West Records. Fronted by Zahira Gutierrez (vocals/keyboard) and Cody Swann (guitar/vocals), Look Together serves as a new beginning for Wild Moccasins, with highly pop-powered production by GRAMMY Award-winner Ben H. Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Deerhunter, Animal Collective). The impassioned 12-song set tackles themes of repairing relationships, shedding insecurities, and fresh starts, with vibrant guitar and synth lines layered under Gutierrez’s soaring pop melodies. The FADER premiered the video for the album’s second single, “No Muse,” today, praising the record as “ridiculously catchy indie” and calling the track “intoxicating.”
Tonia Shares ‘Lift You Up’ EP via CelebMix
Today, NYC-based RnB songwriter Tonia shares her debut EP, Lift You Up. CelebMix premiered the EP in advance of the official release, praising it, stating, “Tonia composes uplifting and powerful annotations of her life experiences through her music.” Lift You Up EP is out now via Red Sea Recordings.
Beachwood Coyotes – ‘Discipline’ (Official Video)
Jason is tripping in Hollywood at 2AM. Having just taken acid for the first time, he navigates through a vortex of geometric displays comprising the essence of life before deciding he simply must go on a night hike up the Beachwood Canyon trail to the iconic Hollywood sign. The band Jason has played guitar in since age 16 has just broken up after years of cross-country tours, and he suddenly faces an uncertain future. Unfortunately for Jason, as he approaches the trailhead he spots a group of coyotes heading down towards him. Have you ever seen coyoteson acid? They’re scary as hell. Jason retreats back to his apartment, wallowing in disappointment at another lost opportunity.
Los Angeles based producer, Jynjo, a sucker for nostalgia, gives the Pussycat Dolls classic “Stickwitu” a new electronic twist – listen below. By incorporating electronic beats with songs from his childhood, Jynjo introduces us to a world of dance versions for our favorite 2000’s hits.
Like many, Jynjo has a soft spot for throwbacks, and decided it was time to bring back that era of music in a way that is relevant to the scene today. With that in mind, he produced a beat to fit his favorite Pussycat Dolls song, “Stickwitu” and asked his friend, Aubrey Wood, to cover vocals.
Starting out at the age of 5, learning to play the piano in his bedroom by listening to his parents’ old CD’s, Austin Foley’s fascination with electronic music continued to grow throughout the years. Finally, during his freshman year at USC in 2015 he brought his producer alias, Jynjo, to life.
“EASY,” ALISON WONDERLAND’S NEW VIDEO, IS OUT NOW
Following her powerful performance at sunny Coachella, Alison Wonderland unveils her new video, “Easy,” which finds her dancing her way through a storm, stalked by an unrelenting rain cloud that even follows her indoors. Wonderland came up with the concept for the video after connecting with a scene from the 1998 film, The Truman Show.
Kid Fiction Reveals Third Cut ‘She’ from Debut EP
Debut track ‘Damn 3,000ft’ was added to unearthed and received fans from Indie Shuffle and XLRER, while second single ‘Silence Is Golden’ was added to Double J and KCSS in California as well gaining praise from Acid Stag, KALTBLUT and Stereofox.
Swedish producer STRØM releases futuristic rework of ‘Teenage Crime’
Swedish producer and multi-instrumentalist STRØM is back with a cover of hit dance record ‘Teenage Crime’ Adrian Lux.
Last year saw the release of singles ‘Shay-Ling’ and ‘Mesmerize’, which stayed at No.1 on Hype Machine for two weeks and was used to soundtrack a BMW commercial featuring pro surfer Freddie Meadows.
Alt-R&B Artist Daniel Briskin Releases Video For ‘Colder Homes’ Ft Alista Marq
Set in London, the beautifully shot visual follows a young couple as they go through the highs and lows of a budding relationship. At just sixteen-years-old Daniel Briskin has already established a sound and style that shows boundless potential, citing Frank Ocean, James Blake, Mura Masa, Blood Orange and Tyler, The Creator as notable influences to his music. Colder Homes features emerging North London based artist Alista Marq, a rapper who has received accolades from the likes of Complex and Wonderland Magazine.
Slim Loris release brilliant new video for anthemic new track ‘Hideaway’
As one of the leading lights of Scandicana, the Swedish cousin of Americana, Slim Loris have already received glowing tributes from the likes of Huffington Post and AXS, but now embark on a new chapter in their career which sees them moving away from the melancholia of their first three full-length releases and into more uplifting pastures. The previous two years have seen the band battling collectively through personal set-backs but the end result is a Slim Loris which emerges as a tighter unit and even more able to demonstrate the sum of their influences, from UK 60’s Beat to Country-Rock to 90’s Indie.
With summer just around the corner and families planning out their vacations, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Most Fun States in America.
To determine the states offering the greatest variety and most cost-effective options for enjoyment, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 26 key metrics. The data set ranges from movie costs to accessibility of national parks to casinos per capita.
“Cruel Practice” is only the 4th release on the NUXXE label, which Shygirl founded alongside Coucou Chloe and Sega Bodega, yet they are proving themselves to be the sound of London’s most fwd thinking club music of 2018.