Dillon Francis announces Spanish-language album WUT WUT

“The whole thing started from the Westside EP in 2011. I had just discovered moombahton and began experimenting with Latin styles,” shared Francis. “For my second album, I wanted to create one cohesive vision, since I now have a better understanding about what that means. Latin music is very close to my heart, and I knew this would be fun. I was trying to go back to the super-duper roots of where I came from. I feel like I could’ve put this out right after the EP, but I’m glad I did it now because of everything I’ve learned and the people I’ve met.”

Marquis Hawkes announces new album & EP

Berlin based house music mainstay Marquis Hawkes has announced details of his second LP ‘The Marquis of Hawkes’, due out 24th August 2018 on fabric’s in-house label Houndstooth (home to Call Super, Aïsha Devi, Special Request and more).

Jackie Cohen Debuts New Video For “Maddy”

Cohen released her debut EP, Tacoma Night Terror Part 1: I’ve Got The Blues on June 29th, 2018 via Spacebomb. The EP was produced by Jonathan Rado, Brian D’Addario, & Michael D’Addario, who also serve as the backing band behind Cohen’s vocals. ​Cohen describes the EP as being a “perfect little encapsulation of the year I started experimenting with songwriting, and of the home-studio summer camp period when Michael and Brian basically lived in my garage. There’s something really special about the setup Rado was running at that time, and everyone had this bright, fresh, exciting energy that I think really comes out in the recordings.”

DESTROYER ATTACK: New Single Streaming At Decibel Magazine

The Band declares: “He who seeks knowledge inside, finds it! Lucifer is the black flame that burns in the heart of man, an indispensable knowledge where the hidden stone is, Push the God that lies in you! That God creates and destroys under your will. Lucifer is the torch that shines in the Dawn, the path of the bright and wise man who exalts the hidden self.”

Track Premiere: Destroyer Attack – ‘Xul al ed Rodatrop’

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“I Choose Me” is a powerful anthem for anyone who has ever felt apologetic for who they are or are not. In keeping with the spirit of the song, Anna will also be donating a part of the proceeds collected from the song to Girls Inc of Alameda County. The organization gives girls from underprivileged neighborhoods the opportunities and resources that can help shape them into strong, smart, and bold young women.

GAIKA Shares New Song “Immigrant Sons” With Video // NYC Show July 18

Produced by GAIKA, SOPHIE and Aart, “Immigrant Sons (Pesos & Gas)” is a rallying cry that pushes the Brixton artist’s sound into new melodic territories, while maintaining the progressive edge on which he’s made his name. Directed by “Crown & Key” video director Paco Raterta, the “Immigrant Sons” urgent and startling visuals reflect the fresh sonic palette of the track.


The Ed Sheeran penned song, which has accumulated over 5.5 million combined streams to date, follows the release of the group’s PRETTYMUCH an EP. The EP includes fan favorites “10,000 Hours” and “Healthy.”


“The Lamb was written during a time of intense paranoia after a home invasion, deaths of loved ones and general violence around me and my friends,” says West. “I started to frequently and vividly imagine the end of the world, often becoming too frightened to leave my house. This led me to spend a lot of time examining my relationships and the choices I’d made, often wondering if they were correct and/or kind.”


Deeply personal, “YouTube Comments” reflects on actual comments from GASHI’s YouTube page, which shines a light on cyber bullying and the effects of the Internet and social media on one’s emotions. Through these songs, which address the issues head-on, GASHI shows that anyone can experience cyber bullying, but that you can persevere and overcome. If you wrote one of the comments used in the lyrics of “YouTube Comments,” GASHI wants to hear from you.


Of the video Zimmer says, “In 2015, scientists detect Gravitational Waves for the first time. My father was one of them. This is the story of 30 years of research, the discovery of a lifetime. I’ve been profoundly moved by the discovery and Landing is an homage track to my father. Gravitational waves are ripples in space-time. They are caused by the most violent events in the universe, like the fusion of two black holes. They happen million of light years away, yet are smaller than the size of an atom. It is mind blowing we were able to detect them. Their Nobel prized discovery will allow us to observe the Universe in a way never before possible. We had the unique chance to be able to shoot inside Virgo, the European Gravitational Waves observatory, located in Pisa, Italy. Every we shot is real, I wanted to show this incredible machine that’s huge but very precise at the same time.”

AnjunaDeep release Melancholic New SIngle from Electronica 3-piece Cubicolor

Taking in an eclectic range of influences, including Boards Of Canada, Moderat and the Warp Records roster, Cubicolor combine electronica expertise with lyrical depth and a haunting, pervasive vocal style. Consisting of Dutch producers Ariaan Olieroock & Peter Kriek and British producer / lead vocalist Tim Digby-Bell, the electronica three piece are following the release of their debut Brainsugar in 2016 with new track ‘Counterpart’. The track was written, recorded, produced and mixed by the band in their studio on a boat in Amsterdam.

RL Grime shares new song “Pressure” + album out July 27

Los Angeles producer RL Grime shares his roaring new song “Pressure” from his forthcoming NOVA album out July 27 via WEDIDIT Records. The song was first teased in his infamous Halloween mix last year and continued to gain momentum across his sold out NOVA tour. “Pressure” has since featured in Apple’s 2018 iMac Pro ad campaign, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s notorious LA Galaxy announce video, and is quickly becoming the fan favorite even before its official release. The highly anticipated NOVA features Miguel, Julia Michaels, Chief Keef, Ty Dolla $ign, Joji and more. It also includes his first Top 10 US Dance Radio Record, “I Wanna Know” ft. Daya.”

Bernhoft Exclusive Video Premiere via Parade Magazine

HUMANOID is the fourth full-length album from the GRAMMY® nominated Norwegian singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer. It marks his first release as BERNHOFT & THE FASHION BRUISES. Recorded as a full band, HUMANOID unlocks a soulful spirit buoyed by simmering R&B grooves and powerful pop hooks. Produced by Bernhoft, HUMANOID was recorded in two weeks at Oslo Klang studios in Norway. “We did this all as a band,” he continues. “We didn’t use computers. We really played through everything. The Fashion Bruises are such an integral part of the sound. The days of playing solo aren’t over, but I’m definitely taking a break. The goal was to keep this like a live performance.”

Exclusive Premiere: Bernhoft Shares New Video for ‘California’

GYRE: Echoes And Dust Issues Video For Acoustic “Wishful Thinking” Video

Echoes And Dust is hosting a video premiere for “Wishful Thinking” by New Jersey prog metal trio GYRE and their explosive and dynamic new debut album, Shared Visions, which was produced by The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Kevin Antreassian. The band begins performing live in support of the record this week as well.

GYRE was formed by members of defunct metallic hardcore outfit Junta. Traces of electronic, world, and folk music that are in constant motion just under the surface of GYRE’s output. Shared Visions surges with metallic grooves in the vein of Mastodon and Mutoid Man, infusing the progressive tendencies of Lazer/Wulf and Russian Circles, with a modern rock edge fans of Baroness, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Muse will appreciate.

Video Stream: Gyre – Wishful Thinking

joan releases debut ep, “portra,” out today

Little Rock, Arkansas duo joan makes infectious alt-pop with lyrics that’ll tug on your heartstrings and skittering throwback synthwave beats for blasting full volume on your boombox outside your crush’s house. Comprising Alan Thomas and Steven Rutherford, the pair first met playing a show together while in different projects and became fast friends. joan have released their debut EP portra today and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with you. portra is available now via Spotify, Apple Music and streaming services everywhere.


After Zane Lowe premiered Missal’s original demo version of “Keep Lying” on Beats 1, it shot to the top of the Spotify Viral and HypeMachine charts. Streams of the demo now exceed 1.5 million in the U.S. More recently, Lowe premiered Missal’s “Girl” and praised its “timeless, latter-day Prince vibe.” Idolator hailed the track as “raw and vulnerable.”

Mikey Mike Returns with Feel Good Song of the Summer “Cooler” Produced by Ricky Reed

“Whether it’s leaving a job or a boyfriend or a girlfriend or quitting drugs, this song speaks to anyone who needs the encouragement,” Mikey Mike reflects. “There was a period in my life when I completely lost myself on the antidepressant lexapro. I was in a grey haze for months but one day I decided to just drop it and things really started to turn around in my life. For me it was a drug, but for someone else it might be a job or a girlfriend, we probably all have something we are better without. I hope this song gives a little inspiration to anyone who needs it.”

LA-based queer internet rapper Big Dipper shares summery “Why We Can’t” video

Big Dipper is a Chicago-born, Los Angeles-based recording artist. His big boy style, outrageous songs, and live shows have made him the go-to bear of raunchy internet rap. Today Big Dipper announces his debut LP, ‘Late Bloomer’ (out Summer 2018) and shares a summery, vulnerable video for “Why We Can’t” ft. Rena with INTO Magazine and speaks on his debut album and the themes that inspired his new work. You can watch on YouTube. Directed by Tobin Del Cuore and filmed in San Francisco and Brooklyn, “Why We Can’t” is an honest visual that showcases Big Dipper in a new light. ‘Late Bloomer’ will be his first full length, out Summer 2018.

Michael Beharie & Teddy Rankin-Parker share video for “Paper Tiger”

Today NPR Music shared a striking new animated video by Eduardo Enrique Meza for “Paper Tiger”, a track off Michael Beharie and Teddy Rankin-Parker’s new LP A Heart From Your Shadow, released Friday July 6 on Mondoj.

CLANS Shares ‘La Royalty’ Stream With The 405 | Debut EP Out Everywhere July 12th

The 405 has shared the exclusive stream of the debut EP from CLANS, La Royalty. They had high praise for the EP, calling it, “Masterminded by the diversely talented musician Nicholas Monjarez, LA Royalty pulls from doo wop, electronic, and all-out rock. The end result is one of 2018’s most eclectic and impressive debuts, a record that keeps you excited for what comes next.” The EP is out this Thursday, July 12th.