Phil Collins Meets Tame Impala New Single

Beachwood Coyotes have garnered both critical and commercial acclaim with features on high-profile media outlets such as Wonderland Magazine, LA Weekly, the 405, One’s to Watch, Culture Collide, and Huffington Post, as well as multiple music placements on MTV.

Half Human – ‘A1 Club’ Single & Video

Half Human is an electro-pop-rock outfit from Brisbane, Australia. Fronted by lead singer, guitarist and writer, James Walker, and supported by Juliano Sabaddin on bass, Dan Kassulke on keys and Ben Shannon on drums, they are brand new to the scene with plenty to offer. Having met during university at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, the four have honed their musical craft and are ready to showcase it to the world. A1 Club is the latest single from the band.

Joe Kaplow – ‘I Said I Was Going and I Went’ single

The new single, I Said I Was Going and I Went, from the Santa Cruz, CA-based singer/songwriter was born on the road. After two and a half months performing solo shows at music clubs, dive bars, honky tonks, and cafes across the entirety of the United States, Kaplow came to realize it was the actually the little things in life at home that he was missing — like the feeling of turning a doorknob. So, he pulled over in his van in Altamont Pass on the last day of his tour and wrote a song.

Skope single submission: J.Lately, “Free” f. Azure & Space Cadet

“To me, this song is about forgetting your cares and worries and enjoying the freedom of being with the person you care about,” Lately says. “It’s about getting lost in the moment, and not focusing on what could go wrong, but instead celebrating what’s going right. It has that infectious summertime feel that makes you want go on an adventure with the one you love, or lay out underneath the stars together all night. They say that freedom is a state of mind, and this song is about finding that with someone else.”

TRU LIFE & FUTURE – “Baddie” – New Video!

Friends since the days Future performed under the name Meathead, Tru Life and the ATL star exhibit excellent chemistry with Tru translating his gruff NYC demeanor through a melodic, auto-tuned filter.

Since becoming a Freebandz signee back in 2017 the rapper has kept the momentum going by dropping off ruthless bars. This time around, Tru is turning his attention to the ladies with the video for his new song “Baddie” featuring Future.


The John Carpenter live show made its debut in 2016, touring across the world and taking in two weeks in the UK which culminated in two nights at London’s The Troxy over All Hallows’ Eve. The show was described as “The perfect Halloween treat” by The Telegraph and The Guardian said he “rampages through a wall-shaking 90-minute set of his movie music with grisly glee.” For the live shows Carpenter is joined by a stellar band, comprised of his son Cody Carpenter on synthesizer, his godson Daniel Davies on guitar, John Spiker on bass, John Konesky on guitar, and Scott Seiveron drums.

Guts Club’s ‘Trench Foot’ tour kicks off on August 9th

In an interview with Very Local New Orleans Guts Club’s Lindsey Baker talks about why she made the decision to go from a solo act to a full-blown electric band for the new album, Trench Foot, which is out now.

“No one respects the solo acoustic artist unless it’s somebody that pre-exists outside of that performance that they’re doing. No one gives a shit about a girl on a chair with a little parlor guitar. You get like a few creepy dudes but most people wanna just like talk over you,” she said. “I felt like the lyrics were important. While you can probably hear them better and make them out on an acoustic record, to perform them in a bar with a bunch of people talking over you is a fucking bummer.”

new Baauer video

This is Baauer’s first single since his acclaimed debut album surprised critics in 2016, proving once and for all there was more to Harrison Rodrigues than his viral sensation ‘Harlem Shake’. Baauer’s main releases have continued to prove his competence extend further into smart, electronic pop records as much as brash dance music. For the last 4 years his song with Alunageorge and Rae Sremmurd – “One Touch” – has outstripped the plays of Harlem Shake. And with production work for JAY Z, A$AP Rocky, Future & Pusha T he’s put cynicism to rest on his capabilities as a hip hop producer.

New folk single from Milwaukee duo Nickel&Rose

“Americana” seamlessly blends American and traditional African folk motifs, and the songwriting of Carl Nichols and Johanna Rose are the bridge upon which those influences meet. Highlighted within the music’s steady measures are Nichols’ fingerstyle guitar part a la Mississippi John Hurt, and a West-African Bajourou guitar solo. Rose creates a dramatic effect with bowed upright bass that smooths the melody into a haunting cadence. The deeper meaning within the lyrics tells the story of Africa’s forgotten influence on American music, which Nichols explains. “Lyrically this song explores my personal experience as a black person growing up with black heroes in folk and rock music and growing up to feel as an outsider within ‘Americana’. I touch on the lack of diversity in the audience, the lack of credit given to black artists and how black Americans have been denied access to their own culture.”


Today, global superstar/producer/DJ, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll – a.k.a. Kygo, releases the acoustic video for his song “Permanent” featuring multi-platinum selling, Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and producer Jhart (who has written for Justin Bieber, Charlie Puth, Camila Cabello, Zara Larsson, The Vamps, and more). The video was recorded live at The Ace Theatre in Los Angeles and was directed by Johannes Lovund. “Permanent” featuring JHart originally appears on Kygo’s 2017 sophomore album Kids In Love.

FALCUN: Traditional Heavy Metal from Kolkata, India

ndian metal bands have steadily been setting their feet across the globe for the last two decades. Bands from Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal state, are somehow late to join in the league with their compatriots as they have recently started to partake in this glorious invasion. Within its three decades of existence, the Indian metal scene has witnessed less than a handful of traditional heavy metal bands. Suffice it to say that the primeval style of heavy metal music is scarcer than hen’s teeth in India.

Rafael McGuire Releases New Song “Not Nobody”

Rafael McGuire, singer and songwriter, announced today the release of his new radio single “Not Nobody” in the United States and available for purchase worldwide. The catchy track marks the beginning of Rafael’s new original music, with more to come later this year. “Not Nobody” is now available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, Pandora, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, and much more.

Margot evolve on new single ‘Tired’, adding syrupy strings to their hazy dream-pop sounds

Following on from the strikingly accomplished opening one-two of Desensitised and Twenty Six, a couple of shimmering dream-pop laments on the repetitious nature of modern capital-city life and how to navigate it, South London’s Margot reveal perhaps their most ambitious cut to date, Tired.

Soulful Singer Janelle Kroll Debuts CGI-Animated Video “Walk With You” For

Soulful alternative pop singer-songwriter JANELLE KROLL is sharing a powerful message with the debut of a mesmerizing, entirely CGI-animated music video for her latest single, “Walk With You,” making its official wide release today, July 20. The 3D motion capture video, co-directed by KROLL and a team of talented artists in collaboration with Apple Music, was first made available as an exclusive release and “Featured Video” on Apple Music.

The Mrs band releases New Music Video and Single

According the The Mrs drummer Andra Liemandt, Five Minutes is about how we can make a difference by giving someone our time and attention. “You can change someone’s life in five minutes, and all you need to do is support them, love and give them the attention they deserve.”

Foxing release new single in 5 languages

Five different versions of the track have been announced. The first, and the one that appears on the album, spotlights the classic delicate-to-desperate delivery fans have come to expect from vocalist Conor Murphy; an aching tale of an artist’s most honest vulnerability. The four that follow express the same sentiment in an equally moving manor, but they’re performed in Spanish, French, German, and Japanese.

Alkaline Trio Announce New Album ‘Is This Thing Cursed?’

Produced and mixed by Cameron Webb, Is This Thing Cursed? is the first Alkaline Trio album written almost entirely in the studio. It’s when the songs began to come together that the band noticed the new material forming parallels with Maybe I’ll Catch Fire. According to the band, Is This Thing Cursed? is a cousin or sibling to Fire. Co-lead vocalist and bassist Dan Andriano explains, “the songwriting process is almost like what it was back in the day. We would just kind of write a song, be excited about it, then move on. We wrote in that spirit in the studio. I really feel like we made a record that the old school fans are going to dig.”

Richard Reed Parry of Arcade Fire Announces New Solo Album ‘Quiet River of Dust Vol. 1’

Best known as an accomplished multi-instrumentalist in the Grammy-winning rock band Arcade Fire, the Quiet River of Dust volumes are Parry’s first solo work outside of his innovative compositional work with the highly respected Deutsche Grammaphon label. But Quiet River of Dust is a new direction: a dreamlike journey of immersive, gently psychedelic songs inspired by Japanese death poems and the folk music of the British Isles.

Little Dragon Collaborate with Solomon Grey on Mercury KX

Following on from their highly-coveted new album ‘Human Music’, released back in February, London production duo Solomon Grey have now returned to deliver a collection of new reworks on their latest EP ‘Human Remix’.


Revelling in the engrossing festival season, head honchos Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike return with a magnum of momentous tracks ready to be rolled out to ears of the eager masses across each of the days of the upcoming Tomorrowland weekends. Starting Friday 20th July through until 22nd and then again from the 26th through until the 29th July, electronic music fans all over the world will be able to rejoice with the Kings of Tomorrowland as they celebrate the annual festivities that is the world’s biggest and most loved electronic dance music festival!


After premiering as a Zane Lowe Beats 1 World Record, “Dance To This” topped the iTunes charts in 21 countries and was a #1 worldwide trend on Twitter. Cumulative streams surpassed five million in the first 48 hours of its release and now exceed 50 million. Idolator praised “Dance To This” as “refreshingly casual…[with] a chorus that leaves you wanting more in the best possible way.” SPIN said it’s “fun…like a party anthem for introverts who feel like they’ve ‘seen all the parties.’”

KAT CUNNING Shares New Single “Stay On The Line”

Since releasing her debut singles in 2017, NYC-based musician and actress Kat Cunning has established herself as a force to be reckoned with. Following a sold-out national tour with acclaimed-singer songwriter LP, including debut festival performances at The Great Escape and Firefly Music Festival, Kat continues to make waves on the international scene.


Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds release the video today for ‘If Love Is The Law’ – taken from the Number 1 UK album ‘Who Built the Moon?’.

The track features a guest performance from the legendary Johnny Marr on guitar and harmonica. The single is to be released digitally on August 17th and will be available on 12” vinyl on September 14th.

Chris Orrick “Self-Portrait” | New Video from Detroit’s Most Introspective

Introspective writer and musician Chris Orrick recently released his album Portraits – twelve snapshots of life focused on identity. The album opener, Self-Portrait, observes that when trying to paint a portrait it never looks right if you force it. So following his own advice, Chris offers a relaxed take on everything that makes him up. From insecurity to overeating, from inner beauty to spending habits, Orrick dissects himself with surgeon-like precision and a poet’s eye. The track, produced by Nolan The Ninja, is a fitting scene setter for the album. Today, Chris unveils the MildWest produced visual companion.

Conrad The Third – Stream “Get You Alone” Now!

“Get You Alone” is the first R&B song that I have written and arranged for the band. Recorded in one take, it features a 4-minute repris, which can also be heard on Spotify/Apple Music, that was fully improvised in the studio. At the time of writing, I was wanting to move forward in a personal relationship with a different sort of outlook – one where we could both come out on top and grow, regardless of whether that meant growing together or apart. Ultimately, “Get You Alone” is about wanting somebody to meet you halfway. – Conrad The Third

Sequel Music Video Released By Jungle Rot ‘Send Forth Oblivion’

A sequel to their previous blood-shedding video, ‘The Unstoppable,’ the band’s latest cinematic work of art transports us to the midst of an intense battle, with the Wisconsin trio exhausted, lacking supplies, and one man down. While they are trapped and fighting for survival in an isolated bunker, we learn of their brainwashing by those in power.

Common Kings Release New Single + Tour Dates

“One Day” is an uplifting and smooth tune that revolves around the theme of “riches and fame, being young and having fun,” states the band. One day is the spark everyone has to drive them to success. It is both a motivating and blissful goal. Common Kings captures this feeling in their energetic and hopeful new track. The band found inspiration during a writing session with Kat Dahlia, while purchasing 99 cent street tacos with quarters found between couch cushions. Uncle Lui adds, “You definitely get inspired to write about the sh*t you wish you had! Lol.”

French rapper MHD debuts “Bella” featuring Wizkid today

Superstar French rapper MHD unveils new single “Bella” featuring Nigerian vocalist Wizkid alongside a video today—listen/watch here. “Bella” is the second single to be released from MHD’s massively anticipated new album 19, named for Paris’ 19th arrondissement where he grew up and set for release September 19 on Motown Records.

One of the biggest stars of French rap and the progenitor of the fast-growing genre he has named Afro Trap, MHD is set to tour the world next year following appearances at Coachella and every major European festival. Dates include Paris’ 20,000 seat Accor Hotel Arena on March 29, 2019, with many more to be announced worldwide.

Another Day’s Armor Releases Official Music Video for “Death Investing”

New York based rock / alternative metal band ANOTHER DAY’S ARMOR has released the official music video for their single, “Death Investing.” Originally premiered on BVTV Music, “Death Investing” was filmed by Alex Kouvatsos at Blackwolf Imaging.

Detroit’s Secret Superstar FMB DZ Aligns with E-40 for “Lit” Single

Wielding an understated menace atop energetic instrumentals, FMB DZ is one of the most gifted artists in the cresting new wave of Detroit rappers. Breaking his rhymes down into an enchanting cadence, allowing space for his lyrics to breathe, FMB DZ fucks the party up on “Lit,” his latest single. Featuring an appearance from rap legend E-40, the new single is a lyrical showcase for both rappers, who flex tough-talking and witty bars. Quoth E-40: “If I was a pimp, I’d be a genius/I’d be the first pimp to send a ho to Venus.” Premiered by HYPEBEAST, who raved “Detroit is on the cusp of dominating the national hip-hop landscape like Atlanta once did, and FMB DZ is one of the city’s strongest talents,” “Lit” is the latest taste from In My Bag, his upcoming project. “Lit” follows the glistening and triumphant “Fast Money,” premiered last week by The FADER, and”60 Seconds,” which The FADER named one of theTen Best Rap Songs Right Now

Onitsuka Tiger x tomemitsu

Martin Tomemitsu is a bedroom folk artist based in Los Angeles crafting dreamy lofi tunes that run from sleepy and hazy to distorted and shoegazing.

Tomemitsu released two albums on Chill Mega Chill records, 2013’s m_o_d_e_s and 2015’s Loaf Eye.


Following his confirmation as part of the “Supergroup” that worked to finish Travis Scott’s highly anticipated album ‘AstroWorld’ (see Complex), Houston, TX-based rising trap-n-b artist Don Toliver has pressed pause to release “Run Up.”


Produced by DJ Chose (Trey Songz, Akon, YoungBoy Never Broke Again), “4G” has a bouncing backbeat that Sage glides through with his trademark Bay Area flow. The video, directed by Adrian Per and Sage himself, pays homage to Tupac’s legendary “California Love” and features Sage testing his skills on an ATV through the desert.

BLIGHT HOUSE: No Clean Singing Debuts “Immaculate Rejection”

“Immaculate Rejection” is the bludgeoning new track from bizarre death/gore metal duo BLIGHT HOUSE and their impending second album, Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre, due in early August via Nefarious Industries.

Summer Camp Sex Party Massacre was recorded and mixed by F.O. Gorey at Great Swamp, Rhode Island, mastered by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering in New Jersey, and completed with art and layout by Andrew Grant.


The Prodigy new single, ‘Need Some1,’ out now + new album announced

Presenting ‘Need Some1’, the pounding first single from The Prodigy’s forthcoming album. It is, if you like, vintage futurism, a banger that features a classic house diva vocal sample from Loleatta Holloway (the original “voice” of Black Box’s ‘Ride On Time’). “I wanted to write something that had downtempo swagger, but still felt dangerous,” says the band’s Liam Howlett, introducing the single alongside an explosive video shot in Manila by Paco Raterta. “After being sent loads of pedestrian video director showreels,” says Liam, “Paco’s style stood out and punched me in the face: just so raw and original-looking, I knew he was the man for us. The finished video has such violent edge and style and looks like nothing else we have seen – to us it’s only worth doing a video if you can make something original and exciting, which this is.”


Southern California skate-punk act CHASER are premiering a full album stream of their upcoming DYING SCENE RECORDS / EFFERVESCENCE RECORDS release. “Sound The Sirens” finds the band at the top of their song writing game, sitting firmly between ’94 NOFX and ’95 No Use For A Name. If you’re a fan of double-time drums, anthemic choruses, and big, sunny SoCal whoa-ohs, this will be your Summer album of 2018!

Hiro Kone signs to Dais Records, announces ‘Pure Expenditure’ LP, out 8/24

Since assuming the recording moniker Hiro Kone in 2011, New York City-based electronic artist Nicky Mao has personalized a space predicated on ark layers interacting with rhythm. With her early EPs on Group Tightener and Bitterroots, leading up to the EP Fallen Angels and the acclaimed debut full length album, Love Is the Capital (both on Geographic North), Mao’s meticulously crafted textures attracted collaborators like Drew McDowall (Coil), Little Annie, and Roxy Farman (Wetware) while driving against the grain of experimental techno. Mao’s explorations often cast themselves against danceable structures, creating a duality of crisis and escapism.

The Hollow Ends share new single “Coddle Eyed” | New LP out 7/27

The song premiered via All Things Go where the band’s Zachary Schwartz shared, “What happens when the onset of despotism comes not with the despair of every individual beneath it, but to the sheer delight of many? There’s reason to believe that many millions among us do not fear, but indeed welcome inexorable authority. “True” subjects relish in the misfortune of apostates, and desperately seek the approval (and overlook the sins) of their masters. If given the choice, they’d rather watch the world and everyone in it burn alive than disavow their devotion. One may notice this desire to be ruled has noteworthy similarities to the symptoms of falling deeply in love. ‘Coddle Eyed’ is about finding one’s self passionately enamored with one’s own ruler, no matter how monstrous they may be.”


AlterRed returns with the hard-hitting Trauma; Trauma Reinforcement. Definitely reflective of today’s hostile world, Trauma; Trauma Reinforcement takes the listener down a dark path filled with rage, instability, resistance and angst.

This more aggressive AlterRed combines dirty guitars and heavy beats over thick layers of synths and noise. Their innovative sound was first introduced with the release of Breaking News and continues to morph on tracks like “Speed Test,” “Wait for the Recoil” and “You Get Nothing.”

Introducing: Netherlands-based Mozes & the Firstborn release new single ‘Hello’

“We grow and develop by challenging ourselves: By taking risks that make us prone to failure, but also to success and achievement. It’s easy to get by in the good times. It’s in the rocky moments that we finds ourselves vulnerable and in the spotlight, pushed to our limits and forced to discover who we really are – even if that means stumbling a few times before we regain balance. Dynamic, vivacious, and driving, Mozes and the Firstborn’s “Hello” is an emphatic endorsement of stepping outside our comfort zones and asserting ourselves.” – Atwood Magazine

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie shares new video for “Way Too Fly” feat. Davido

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie just dropped a video for “Way Too Fly” feat Davido from his recent project International Artist on High Bridge The Label / Atlantic Records. Directed by DAPS, the surreal video finds both artists on a trip dipped in avante-garde fashion with painted women revolving around them. It also highlights Boogie wearing a Commes de Garçon PVC jacket along with Mike Amiri and Givenchy shoes while both artists showcase fall trends with elongated trench style jackets. The video is BET’s ‘Jam of The Week’ on BET Jams this week.

International Artist was included in Rolling Stone’s ’10 albums you need to stream’ and features Tory Lanez, Jessie Reyez, Alkaline, Davido, Kap G, and more. A Boogie will also be playing Lollapalooza and Veld Festival in Vancouver in August.

Fellow Robot release “Tools of War” animated video

Southern California indie rock group Fellow Robot have just unveiled an incredible new animated music video for their song, “Tools of War.” The video, which premiered on , features a stunning animated narrative of the titular “Fellow Robot” as he rallies against the oppressive “foe bots.” Bring the Noise has called the video “your new favorite music video…the best thing you’ve seen all year.”

Out Now: Ice-T & Mr. X Release The Brutal E.P. (Electronic Beat Empire)

With artwork evocative of graphic novels and images of extraterrestrial biological entities in their music videos, Ice-T and Mr. X built a record label named Electronic Beat Empire. (EBE is also short for extraterrestrial biological entities.”) Ice-T & Mr. X’s The Brutal E.P. (Electronic Beat Empire) is out now.

The title track, The Brutal, is an aggressive tech-house blast of angry synthesizers and acid-house dissonance. Killer Die is a glitchy techno track with body-moving breakbeats and a hard, highly percussive element. The Crowdstock is pure techno with a razor-sharp melody that mercilessly shreds the heavy bassline like shards of broken glass. Sitting In Bangkok, Waiting For My Chics exhibits Far East influences in its minor chords with a tweaky bounce. My Ex Girl Took My Money is a sumptuous, Berlin-inspired tech-house track full of gritty edge and thick 4/4 beats that support expansive, hollow-tubed synths. Save It For The Haters draws on trap and twists this tune around a speedy, double-timed percussion as swaggering as it is hypnotic. The Brutal is a murderous E.P. of irresistibly catchy, computer-based music.

Ice-T & Mr. X Release ‘The Brutal’ EP

Tom & Collins Take Over Tomorrowland Belgium

It’s been a whirlwind year for tech- and techno maestros Tom & Collins. Earlier this season, the boundary-pushing duo released the smash hit “Only One” with songstress Rachel West, which captivated fans with its funky basslines and stunning music video. Soon, they will release another summertime gem titled “Grapefruit.” In the midst of all the creativity, the fast friends and fellow visionaries are conquering Europe-making history by being the first Mexican DJs to play at Ibiza’s Ushuaïa Day Club. The duo then touched down in Boom, Belgium to deliver a knockout performance on the Brewery Stage at Tomorrowland on Saturday, July 21. Fans should keep their ears open for T&C favorites, as well as new sonic surprises from the beloved duo. Keep calm and party on!

REZZ releases new single + music video for ‘Flying Octopus’ | ‘Certain Kind of Magic’ out 3rd August via mau5trap

Today, 20th July, REZZ has made available her new single “Flying Octopus,” the third track following “Witching Hour” and “H E X” from her upcoming new album Certain Kind Of Magic (out August 3 on mau5trap). Says REZZ of the song, “It’s very chill. Not headbang worthy by any means, more like ‘building a puzzle’ music or like a bunch of flying octopus’ floating around…”

Indie Pop artist Paulaa explores human connection on debut EP Fall In

London based indie pop artist Paulaa is claiming her spot in the indie-pop world with her ethereal sound and powerful voice. With a recent collaboration with Santii, supported by High Snobiety, Clash and I-D and four singles up her sleeve, Paulaa is releasing her debut EP. Having teamed up with Eddie Serafica (James Bay, Jake Bugg), Fall In was recorded in a multi-disciplinary creative hub in North London, the Chocolate Factory.