Emerging Artist Willa Amai Shares New Music Video “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”

Singer/songwriter Willa Amai has shared a new music video today for her inspiring cover of Daft Punk’s “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”. In the video, Amai gives an intimate performance of the track out in the wilderness, amplified by an array of colorful visual effects.

Communion’s latest signee Boy Bjorn shares visuals for debut single ‘Anchorage’

Communion’s latest signee Boy Bjorn shares the visuals for debut single Anchorage, a collection of childhood home videos focusing on the loss of loved ones and the emotional impact on his young life.


Jonas Blue returns with the summer anthem “Rise,” which features vocals from Jack & Jack. The breakout U.K. artist/producer began work on the song after hearing the U.S. duo interviewed on a Los Angeles radio station. Jack & Jack are a phenomenon in their own right: having risen to fame on Vine before turning to music, the childhood friends have a combined 85 million followers on social media.

Loco Dice unveils new single ‘We’re Alive’

Loco Dice has unveiled his darkly eclectic album ‘Love Letters’, a 15-track embodiment of his diverse production range. Featuring latest single ‘We’re Alive’, the most highly anticipated record of his recent sets.


“This EP is a collection of my thoughts and feelings on today’s society where we live under constant pressure to look and behave in a certain way. Scripted Reality is my honesty, it’s my truth” – LOVA

Summer sizzler indie-pop single “You” from NC’s OCNS; premiered on All Things Go

With the days beginning to heat up, North Carolina’s OCNS provide the perfect summer hit, with their new single “You” released today! The talented six-piece outfit brings together infectiously catchy melodies, sizzling vocals, and passionate lyrics for a blockbuster of a tune that will have you dancing all summer long. All Things Go premeired the track, describing it as, “Layers of electronic sheets stack ever so slightly, teasing a pending ebb and flow of viscous groove that pulls us in like a riptide.”


“I wrote ‘Alright’ as a hymn to independence… The track is constructed around duality, just like love stories: both sweet and fierce, the song highlights determination in the face of despair.’Alright’ speaks of love, the kind that lifts you up and pushes you forward” – JAIN


California-based rock and roll band Well Hung Heart has released the first song & music video from their forthcoming album, “OBEY”, a dystopian glam rock anthem for today’s times. Lead singer Greta Valenti explains, “We wanted to release ‘Obey’ first as it is the most direct message with kind of an ominous warning to it. The song itself has a very fun swagger, but with an underlining sort of biblical warning to it all. It’s also a tribute to John Carpenters’s film They Live and George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead but brought into today’s environment of social media and these screens that we get sucked into.”

Michael Ray Makes a Splash With “Summer Water”

Summer in the South means hot days spent on the water with friends and family. Michael Ray’s new track “Summer Water” from his forthcoming album Amos celebrates all the memories made in the summer months and comes just in time for Memorial Day weekend.

“Summer Water,” written by Heather Morgan and Lee Thomas Miller, takes Ray back to his days growing up on the waters of Central Florida and all the life lessons he learned along the way.

Kassi Ashton Releases “Taxidermy” Today

Kassi Ashton, one of Nashville’s most compelling rising stars, releases “Taxidermy” to all digital partners today. Bringing her characteristic swagger and take-no-prisoners attitude to the title, Kassi makes the Natalie Hemby, Luke Dick and Rosi Golan-written song entirely her own.

AUSTIN BASHAM Announces Debut Album, Shares New Song

Indie-folk singer-songwriter Austin Basham is excited to announce his debut full-length album, You And Me For Now, will be released on July 27th via Nettwerk Music Group.

Today, Austin released the final single, “Frames.” The track premiered yesterday via Cowboys & Indians who said it, “…radiates with all the qualities of folk rock that captivate audiences. Its solemn lyrics unfold to dreamy guitar strums and clean piano keys, leading to a harmonious bridge. The song’s mellow indie flair and light sound are balanced with Basham’s brooding lyrics and tender, but deep, vocals. The result is an introspective masterwork.”

June Divided Release Music Video For New Single “I Didn’t Mind”

Philadelphia-based outfit, June Divided, has released a brand new single, “I Didn’t Mind” accompanied by a music video. “I Didn’t Mind” is the third single the band has released off their upcoming label debut EP, Body Wars. When discussing the new track, vocalist Melissa Menago stated, “‘I Didn’t Mind’ is pretty special to our band. We did the majority of the production on this song. We rented out a studio, I produced it and Chris engineered it. It was in the middle of a huge snow storm, and we got snowed into the studio without enough food and supplies. The experience definitely tested us, to say the least, but the final product made it all worth it. The four of us have been together for a long time, and I think the making of this song made our bond even stronger.” The music video is being premiered exclusively at Substream Magazine now!

PREMIERE: June Divided return with “I Didn’t Mind” and launch pre-orders for ‘Body Wars’


“AIN’T NO FEELING” is written by Elley Duhé and produced by Azul Wynter and HazeBanga (Beyoncé, Selena Gomez, Mariah Carey).


LA-based singer, songwriter, producer and violinist Sudan Archives has just released her sophomore EP Sink via Stones Throw. “‘Sink’ describes the way I want my music to make you feel,” she says, “It’s inspired by my love of fluidity, movement of jellyfish and water.” The release caps off a highly active Spring that included a slew of highly buzzed performances at SXSW (yielding praise from NPR, Paste, New York Times, Chicago Tribune and more), both weekends of Coachella, a tour supporting Peanut Butter Wolf in Japan, and a show-stopping performance at FORM Arcosanti. She is currently gearing up for a run of European festivals while prepping for more soon-to-be-announced US dates.


Grammy Award-winning artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers have released the remix bundle for their latest single “Somebody” feat. Drew Love via Disruptor Records / Columbia Records. The package includes remixes by Fluencee Naderi, Riggi & Piros, Sippy, Ruhde, and T-Mass.

“Somebody” followed the release of The Chainsmokers’ string of singles this year, including “Sick Boy,” “You Owe Me” and “Everybody Hates Me,” which have accumulated over 250 million combined streams on Spotify.

Yungblud To Release Debut Album “21st Century Liability”

On 21st Century Liability, Yungblud channels his outrage about the state of the world into confrontational, yet catchy songs that are steeped in both punk fury and pop melodicism. But while the album takes on everything from white supremacy to the NRA, Yungblud’s main mission is to empower and uplift rather than divide. “So many young people feel misunderstood these days,” says the London-based artist otherwise known as Dominic Harrison. “The world looks at us like we’re liabilities, but we’re not— and if you listen to us, we might actually teach you something.”

Listen to Dave Matthews Band’s “That Girl Is You,” Out Today

Today, Dave Matthews Band shared “That Girl Is You,” a funky, exuberant track from the forthcoming studio album, Come Tomorrow. Penned by Matthews,”That Girl Is You” was produced and engineered by Rob Evans and recorded at The Church in Seattle, WA.

Loote Releases New Single “Longer Than I Thought” ft. Joe Jonas

New York-based co-writing and co-producing duo Loote (comprised of Emma Lov and Jackson Foote), who will take stage at the Billboard Hot 100 Fest later this summer, are releasing their newest “Longer Than I Thought” featuring Joe Jonas via Island Records. The vibrant track will be included on single., Loote’s awaited debut EP available on June 15th. Get “Longer Than I Thought” here.