“Horses: Patti Smith and Her Band” Feature Documentary Available Exclusively on Apple Music

Horses: Patti Smith and her band documents one of the last concerts of Smith’s seminal album Horses performed in full in sequence at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. Horses: Patti Smith and her band includes intimate backstage footage and features Smith and her band, Lenny Kaye, Jay Dee Daugherty, Tony Shanahan, and Jack Petruzzelli, who are joined with her guitarist Jackson Smith and Flea. The film directed by Steven Sebring and executive produced by Jimmy Iovine was acquired by Apple Music earlier this year and had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last month.


NYC-based, orchestral pop artist Sur Back shares her new EP, Kitsch II on all DSPs. Yesterday, Office Magazine exclusively streamed the EP, praising, “the new project reveals an exciting shift in sonic landscape. The Line of Best Fit premiered the second single “Anyone Else,” praising its “multifaceted improvisational work full of whimsy and mysticism.” EARMILK exclusively premiered the first single, “Valentino,” calling it, “haunting, yet light, whimsical, but domineering.” The EP was written, recorded and produced by Sur Back, and mixed and mastered by Patrick Brown of Different Fur Studios (Toro y Moi, Grimes, Zola Jesus, K. Flay, The Morning Benders).

Noisey Premiered Guts Club’s “Pansy From the Hills”

“After three albums I realized that confidence is a powerful tool that I should constantly push towards the foreground in my music. I’ve spent too long on the sidelines watching cishet dudes forcefully distribute their weight in every direction so they are essentially engulfing whole stages and entire audiences. I’ve learned to take absolute pride in all of this because it’s the only thing I’ll every truly own.” – Lindsey Baker/Guts Club

Johny Dar reveals his ‘Alien Animal’ in new Dardelica single

Of course, you hit play. The new Dardelica release is not to be missed, not least because if dance music is on brink of new evolution, after decades of sub-genres and remixes, like it or not it – it can’t be ignored. The previous Dardelica single ‘Gigi’, released earlier this year, met with critical acclaim and was hailed as a track that ‘leads the way’ and exists ‘in world of its’s own’ (Clash Magazine). Johny Dar’s tagline ‘where the future starts’ is clearly a concept he is committed to.

BC Camplight Shares New Track “Deportation Blues”

The album is an exhilarating, dynamic document of calamity and stress, relayed through richly melodic and bold arrangements spanning singer-songwriter classicism, gnarly
synth-pop, ‘50s rock’n’roll and various junctures between, mirroring their maverick creator’s jarred emotions and fractured mindset.

BLIND JUSTICE: New Jersey Hardcore Outfit Prepares No Matter The Cost LP

Flatspot Records and Edgewood Records have teamed up to deliver No Matter The Cost, the damaging new LP by hardcore outfit BLIND JUSTICE. The album will be released in late June, this week disclosing the track listing, cover art, and more.

The Cool Kids Release Two New Singles: “Oilbass” Ft. Boldy James, Helios Hussain, & “Ripple”- Out Now

In Fall 2017, Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish reinstated Hip-Hop duo The Cool Kids and celebrated the reunion with the release of their second full-length project: Special Edition Grandmaster Deluxe. The sophomore album featured top-tier industry talents including Travis Barker, Jeremih, The Internet’s Syd, Hannibal Buress, and more, and it was lauded with critical praise by esteemed media tastemakers like The FADER, Pigeons and Planes, Stereogum, and many more.

Kris Wu “Like That” Video Out Now

Watch the video for “Like That” here.

Golden Dawn Arkestra shares new track/video “Wings of Ra” via Self-Titled Magazine

Forever promoting belief in the transcendence of time and space, Golden Dawn Arkestra continues to experiment with a myriad of musical styles & genres, all the while remaining true to their expansive cinematic sound.

TOMB MOLD: “Blood Mirror” Streaming At Cvlt Nation

Cvlt Nation is now streaming “Blood Mirror,” the latest slab of grotesque death metal to be sliced fromOntario-based TOMB MOLD’s second album, Manor Of Infinite Forms. The new song has been issued alongside an interrogation with the outfit as the record nears early June release and the band prepares to tour the continent with Of Feather And Bone.

CVLT Nation Interviews TOMB MOLD + Premiering “Blood Mirror”

The 10X “Think of Me”

“Think of Me” is an all encompassing retro vibe with a distinctly classic pop aesthetic. Hints and spurts of the 1980’s permeate the melody and coinciding arrangement, with glittering synths filling in the space between thoughtful lyrics and a rhythm that pounds like a nervous heartbeat. Like the music itself, the song is deeply reminiscent, with lyrics that question whether a past lover ever thinks of them, while clinging to the memories of the love that once existed between them. If only for a moment. From the pounding rhythm to the lyrical exploration of a past relationship, this track is bound to take you back in time, one way or the other.