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22 people die every day in the United States waiting for a kidney transplant, most waiting 7 to 9 years. The team at is working hard to make sure that doesn’t happen by finding altruistic living organ donors for people needing kidney transplants. The average patient gets their transplant through within six months of signing up on the website.

When Jim Leachman moved from Portland, Oregon to Calera, Alabama, he befriended his neighbor Danny Prince. A year and a half after they met, Danny was diagnosed with throat cancer. Unfortunately, Danny lost the battle with cancer and passed away. During one of their final days together, Jim told Danny that there was nothing he could do to save him. But he promised to go out into the world and save another life in Danny’s name, so that he may live on.

Cas Haley Launches GoFundMe Campaign for Wife’s Cancer Treatment

Singer/Songwriter Cas Haley has announced a GoFundMe campaign today for a health crisis in his family. Cas last week posted to his fans, “On April 19th, 2018, my wife Cassy was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her type of cancer is an aggressive form called High Grade Ductal Carcinoma. She is what they call a ‘Triple Negative.’ In triple negatives, they don’t know what feeds the cancer and that makes it harder to treat, but it is curable.” He added, “We are in for a long fight, but we are hopeful. We just began our treatment plan starting with 5 months of intense chemo, which will be followed by a double mastectomy and, most likely, a hysterectomy.”

ABRAHAM: MetalSucks Streams Look, Here Comes The Dark!

This Friday Swiss post-metal/atmospheric sludge practitioners ABRAHAM will drop their mammoth concept offering, Look, Here Comes The Dark!.


Atlanta artist Lil Baby has just released his new song “Southside” produced by Southside from his forthcoming album Harder Than Ever. The anticipated project arrives Friday, May 18th on Quality Control Music / Universal Music Group / Motown Records. Already Lil Baby has collaborations with Lil Yachty, Gunna, Rylo, Moneybagg Yo, Quavo, and Young Thug, under his belt. In 2017 he debuted with his mixtape Too Hard, and since then has been acclaimed by The New York Times, FADER, XXL, Pitchfork, Genius, Mass Appeal, MTV, and more. Without even dropping a debut album Lil Baby clocks over 656 million streams collectively.

Musikfest, Nation’s Largest Free Music Festival, Announces Lineup for 35th Year Aug. 3-12

Jason Mraz, Brantley Gilbert, Jim Gaffigan, Kesha, Marc Broussard, Colony House, Marshall Crenshaw, Squirrel Nut Zippers, the Original Wailers, We are Scientists and !!! are among the nearly 400 performers taking the stage as part of the 35th edition of Musikfest, the nation’s largest free-admission music festival. The event, set for Aug. 3-12 in Bethlehem, Pa., will feature music at 16 of its 18 total venues, with more than 500 free music and art performances during its 10-day run.

Snow Patrol Premiere New Single “Empress”

On May 25th, Snow Patrol will return with Wildness, which finds the band searching for clarity, connection, and meaning, while staying true to the melodic songwriting prowess that brought them to prominence. Wildness taps into something raw and primitive. Lead-singer and songwriter Gary Lightbody says of the album: “There are many types of wildness, but I think it can be distilled into two: the wildness of the modern age, all its confusion, illogic and alienation and a more ancient wildness. Something primal, alive and beautiful that speaks to our true connectivity, our passion, our love, our communion with nature and each other. This is the kind of wildness the album is centered around. The loss of it. Trying to reconnect with it. To remember it.” Watch the album trailer for Snow Patrol’s Wildness here.

NYC pop singer, Giselle

While the song has a catchy beat, the lyrics tell a dark, honest story of misguided advice Giselle had received from a close family member when she was just a young child, providing a stark contrast to childhood innocence and a juxtaposition between how one treats family vs how he treats women. The video alternates between scenes set in Giselle’s youth, and scenes of Giselle reflecting upon how appalling the advice (and lifestyle), in fact, was.

‘Oh Melanie’ – Dash Hammerstein

“Surely I can’t be the only one who feels so sorry for her. It was sung by my sister Grace and produced by myself.” –

Newcastle’s Okay Champ debut with fierce, world-weary gloom-fuzz sprawl ‘The Party’s Over (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road)’

Okay Champ debut with visceral post-punk single The Party’s Over (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road). Equal parts dark, twisted imagery and sharp-witted observations, the track is a sure fire statement of intent from the self-styled gloom-fuzz 5-piece.

David Darrko Shares “Black Denim” Via EDM Sauce

Chicago-based pop romantic artist, David Darrko, shares his lead single, “Black Denim,” from his forthcoming debut solo release, Suffer Suburbia EP. EDM Sauce premiered the track, praising it, stating, “The track builds throughout its 4-minute span with lush synths, thoughtful lyrics, and expansive production. Darrko showcases his true solo talent in this premiere and it is a taste of what to come on his debut EP.” Suffer Suburbia EP is due out June 1st.

David Darrko Shares New Single “Black Denim” And Announces EP Release [EDM Sauce Premiere]

Mamas Gun | Share new single

The new cut follows hot on the tails of the 6Music, Earmilk and tastemaker-approved singles, ‘You Make My Life A Better Place’, ‘London Girls’ & ‘I Need A Win’, further outlining the band’s vibrant take on 21st century soul music – a genre the band have helped spearhead alongside the likes of Leon Bridges, Charles Bradley and Curtis Harding.

Wye Oak debut “It Was Not Natural” music video

Wye Oak have been on the roads of Europe since the release of April’s The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs, an album the New York Times says is “the sound of a band simultaneously delving deeper into its music and opening it up.” Tonight, they launch their North American tour, and tomorrow, their set from Carrboro, NC, will be streamed live from the Wye Oak Facebook page beginning at 9:15pm ET.

To celebrate the kickoff of this leg of the tour, Wye Oak are debuting a new music video for “It Was Not Natural,” directed by Dan Huiting. Jenn Wasner from the band: “This song is about pulling the threads that hold the fabric of our world together. In our new video we have created a visual representation of a truth discovered in this process—that sometimes it is the most mundane things that are strangest of all.”

BLACK COFFEE Release Official Music Video for “I Barely Know Her”

Columbus, OH based Rock Band Black Coffee has released the official music video for their single, “I Barely Know Her,” off of their debut album, Take One. Filmed at the Johnstown Opera House in Johnstown, OH, “I Barely Know Her” was shot, directed and produced by John Payne of Payne Productions.

Denitia shares an inspirational, dreamy new single + video // “One Day”

Denitia (former projects: denitia & sene, ADESUWA) is a New York-based queer black artist who sees distillation as a way to move forward in within her music. This singles series follows her Ceilings EP (released in 2017 on Styles Upon Styles). It’s a portrait of an artist awakened. After moving to the Rockaways, an isolated, beach-side Queens community, Denitia found herself turning inward for inspiration. She set out to shed the protective layers her career had imposed and rediscover what songs and sounds came naturally to her. She also wanted this story to have her name on it: no more aliases, no more hiding.

RICARDA COMETA: Noisey Debuts “Soltá El Bambú”

Noisey has debuted the new single by Argentine-Peruvian duo RICARDA COMETA’s impending new album, Ricarda Cometa 2, nearing release June 1st through Nefarious Industries. The portal has issued the album’s captivating third track, “Soltá El Bambú.”

Monki’s debut EP OUT NOW

Fast-rising, female music industry powerhouse and BBC Radio 1 DJ Monki has delivered her debut EP ‘Voices’, arriving on her new label &Friends.

Monki’s annual ?&Friends ?compilations ?have become a continuation of her A&R expertise, showcasing collaborations from ?Denis Sulta & Hammer, Mele & Altern8 and more in 2017. This year, Monki took her A&R prestige up a level with her new label ?&Friends?, kicking off with an EP from French producer ?Chambray.

Dawes Debut Music Video For “Living In The Future,”

This morning, Dawes debut their new music video for “Living In The Future,” the first single off their forthcoming album Passwords (June 22, HUB Records), via Boing Boing. The video was directed by Grant James (Father John Misty, Tedeschi Trucks Band), who reveals: “The concept of “Living in the Future” revolves around Dawes having their performance holographically captured for posterity. The result is a perfect mix of analog and digital that not only taps into the theme of the song, but fully represents who the band is.” Watch the new music video for “Living In The Future” here.

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Gabe Gurnsey Shares New Track “Ultra Clear Sound”

Of the track Gurnsey comments: “I wanted to write a track that represents the addiction to bypassing reality through technology and nightclubbing, into a future virtual world paradise. An anthem for escapism.”

WESTERMAN inhabits megalomaniacal inner worlds to the beat of new single ‘Edison’

After the wistful ambience of his Call And Response EP, a record steeped in leftfield antecedents like Nick Drake, David Byrne and Arthur Russell, Westerman’s last single ‘Confirmation’ brought him new legions of fans with Pitchfork profiling him in their ‘Rising’ column and Best New Music, saying it “captures a promising writer who’s learned how to take good ideas and warp them into stranger, more sublime shapes.” The consensus is unanimous: his slick leftfield pop leanings and incisive psychological songwriting have made him one of the most hotly tipped artists this year.

Davide Squillace reveals visual accompaniment to his album ‘Once Upon A Time In Napoli

Following the recent release of his 10-track ‘Once Upon a Time in Napoli’ production on Damian Lazarus’ Crosstown Rebels label, Italian DJ and producer Davide Squillace has delivered the official video for the album, a rich and brooding production, laced with Davide’s signature drum pad beats, and clattering clap-led melodies.

Dillon Francis Shares New Single and Music Video “BaBaBa (Vete Pa’Ya)” (feat. Young Ash)

Platinum-selling artist, DJ, and producer Dillon Francis has released “BaBaBa (Vete Pa’Ya)” (feat. Young Ash), the third single off his forthcoming Spanish language studio album, due out later this year via his own IDGAFOS record label. Recorded in New York City with Bronx-based vocalist Young Ash, the track is available to stream and download now. Francis today also shared an accompanying music video for the track directed by Joel Strong (aka @mydaywithleo).

Greek dream-pop duo Ocean Hope share visual for “My Baby”

Today, Greek brother-sister duo , Ocean Hope aka (Angeliki and Serafim Tsotsonis) share another dazzling single with a self-directed video for “My Baby”. It follows lead-single “Devotion”, both taken from their debut album Rolling Days. The LP will be released on vinyl, CD, and digitally via Hush Hush Records on May 25th, 2018.

EUROPE Announce New Video For “The Siege”

Europe are pleased to announce the premiere of their new video for “The Siege” taken from their critically acclaimed album “Walk The Earth”, which was recorded at legendary Abbey Road Studios in London during the spring of 2017. Produced by Grammy winner Dave Cobb (Rival Sons, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isabell) it was released on October 20th 2017 via Hell & Back Recordings (Silver Lining Music).

Afrofuture single from Brooklyn’s Nikkie McLeod

Born in Trinidad & Tobago, McLeod grew up listening to and playing the country’s national instrument, the steelpan. As a non-binary immigrant now living in Brooklyn, there is a wealth of influence behind their music. “Deep Cry” soulfully embraces a film-like reel of memories in each individual note. The first song McLeod wrote on the steelpan, its meaning wouldn’t become apparent to them until months later. They explain, “It’s a regretful song surrounding my mother’s passing, and not being able to say goodbye or make any reconciliations. I personally could not put words around losing my mother…all I had was the sound of it”.

The Rare Occasions share new single “Physics”

Recorded in their rehearsal space, the album brings The Rare Occasions’ Northeast indie rock sensibilities with them to their new home base of Los Angeles… the record delves deeper into the musical and lyrical concepts which have come to define the band’s aesthetic, drawing inspiration from each successful wave of garage rock, while simultaneously crafting a sound that’s theirs alone. The band also got permission from the renowned Spanish artist David Navas to use one of his incredible paintings as the cover art – check it out below!