TxTheWay “Jump” New Music Video!

TxTHEWAY (fka T-Baby) is an American-born rapper and singer-songwriter of Jamaican descent raised in the city of Miramar,Broward County,Florida. His influences span broadly from Jamaican artists such as Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, and Beres Hammond to American acts like Trick Daddy, Uncle Luke, and JT Money.

Hear “Hangin’ On” off Garcia Peoples’ debut album

Top down, tunes up and cruising out of the Jersey suburbs into yr heart are Garcia Peoples and their debut LP Cosmic Cash on Beyond Beyond is Beyond. Originally a quartet (Tom Malach and Danny Arakaki on guitars, Cesar Arakaki on drums, Derek Spaldo on bass) but recently beefed up into a five-piece with PG Six (Tower Recordings, Wet Tuna) on keys, Garcia Peoples are just what our little psychedelic corner of the world needs right now…fun.

Tony Molina shares new single “Wrong Town,” from forthcoming Slumberland album ‘Kill The Lights’

West Bay native Tony Molina has been following a fascinating trajectory on his recent string of releases. Early entries like the 6 Songs EP and Dissed And Dismissed LP combined the best bits of Weezer/Teenage Fanclub-style power-pop with Tony’s smart, touching songs, shredding guitar pyrotechnics and ironclad DIY HC roots. 2016’s Confront The Truth EP flipped the script in a big way, leaving the guitar crunch behind in favor of mostly acoustic arrangements that owe as much to Horizontal-era Bee Gees and the Fanclub’s mellower moments as they do to Georges Harrison and Martin. It’s a masterful record, packing more melodic flair and emotional truth into 11 minutes than most bands manage in an hour.

Harts Releases ‘Consciousness Of What You Think’ Single

Australian songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer extraordinaire, Harts goes back to his bluesy, rock n’ roll roots on a brand new single released today, titled “Consciousness Of What You Think”.

The single is from a new upcoming album by Harts, different to the already planned 2018 album that features recent singles “Ain’t Nothin’ On Me” and “21&19”. Both new albums are due for release this year.

SHAG ROCK Release New Single ‘Double Life’, National Single Tour Starts This Friday

Premiering on triple j’s ‘Roots’n’All’, Shag Rock’s latest single ‘Double Life’ is marks a new sonic direction for the Brisbane four-piece and the perfect party-starter for their seven date East Coast tour kicking off this weekend.

Continuing their long-standing recording collaboration with Ian Haug (Powderfinger, the church) – which has seen the band achieve over five million streams so far on Spotify – ‘Double Life’ delivers natural progression from the band’s surf-rock roots. Upon first listen, ‘Double Life’ might seem like a song about a failed relationship. Instead singer and guitarist Alex Wilson says it’s about, “the internal battle of writing songs that feel original or songs you think everyone will like…it’s about fueling your ego or not.”


Dublin art-punks Silverbacks stomp back into action in 2018 with the release of their new single produced by Girl Band’s Daniel Fox ‘Dunkirk’ on June 15th through their own PK Miami Records. Today, the band have premiered the single on Soundcloud at Paste where it was described as “jagged and menacing”.

Provocative Swedish RnB artist Vera tells her ex to eat sh*t on video for ‘Bottoms Up’

On her right arm Vera’s tattoo proudly proclaims EAT SH*T. This tells you all that you need to know about her attitude to the institutions and bitter men that take up her space and get in the way of the 18-year-old artist’s goals.

NATALIE HOLMES to release invigorating honey toned new single ‘Hideout’ on 29th June

If you haven’t heard her already, the Bristol-based singer/songwriter writes lilting, haunting and yet somehow invigorating pop, with honey toned vocals and an incredible depth to every song.

Testament to the beauty of her voice and songwriting, her last EP got into the Top 10 of the iTunes singer-songwriter chart and she’s toured the UK with the likes of Sam Brookes & Lewis Watson whilst tracks of hers have been featured in TV’s ‘Made in Chelsea’ and a national TV commercial for leading American ice cream brand ‘Breyers’.

Kamasi Washington Debuts “Street Fighter Mas” Video

Groundbreaking artist Kamasi Washington debuts the A.G. Rojas-directed video for “Street Fighter Mas” today—watch it here. The video includes cameos by famed Street Fighter legends Gootecks and Combofiend and one of Washington’s Los Angles heroes—Kevin Gilliam a.k.a. BattleCat, a longtime collaborator of Dr. Dre, Snoop and Tupac Shakur. The video was inspired by Washington’s love of the Street Fighter video game and depicts Washington’s adventure through Los Angeles en route to an epic battle to claim the title of champion against Combofiend. Rojas and Washington previously collaborated on a short film titled “Truth” for Washington’s 2017 EP Harmony of Difference.

Dillon Francis drops latest single

Today, platinum-selling artist, DJ, and producer Dillon Francis today released “Look At That Butt” (feat. Jarina De Marco), the fourth single off his forthcoming Spanish language studio album, due out later this year via his own IDGAFOS record label. The track is available to stream and download starting today HERE.

Sizzling, summer party video from Trevis | New Norwegian pop artist

It’s a feel-good, Latino spiced, summer anthem and the video see’s Trevis hosting the ultimate pool party, that we all wish we were invited to. Trevis says, “the concept for this was to have as many people from different backgrounds, all having a good time, turning up together for a sick pool-party. I feel we definitely captured a good summer vibe, just like the song… and I like the way that it turned out…baby.”

**ALI STONE** presents her NEW SUMMER HIT 2018!

ALI STONE , the talented Colombian producer, singer / songwriter & DJ, releases her new single ” Follow Me “, to guitar-driven song where Ali’s rock influences converge with 70’s-styled synths that complement with her soothing vocals.

“Follow Me is a song that basically invites people
to feel good, to let go of any fears and to follow what music makes them feel. That’s why I decided to have
very colorful and fun scenes in the music video,
with dancers, jugglers, skaters,
where everybody is having a good time.”