LA-based queer art-punk band OBJECT AS SUBJECT

OBJECT AS SUBJECT is an LA-based art punk band led by classical violinist turned punk singer, Paris Hurley (composition, vox, dance, drums, // Kultur Shock). This feminist battle cry is a call to action fueled by raw wailing vocals, a barrage of floor toms, gritty bass riffs, and exacting choreography that shifts from explicit gestural iterations to relentless phrases of wild abandon, featuring Emilia “Pony Sweat” Richeson (dance, drums, vox), Gina Young (bass, vox // SORORITY), Patty Schemel (drums // Hole) and Megan Fowler-Hurst (dance, drums, vox // Tales Between Our Legs). Today OBJECT AS SUBJECT share the stunning, feminist led video (directed by Dave Paige) for “REMOVAL” with Paper Magazine.


Lizzie Weber – a current resident of Seattle via St. Louis, MO – will hit the road this month with headlining dates in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. In July, she will support JD Souther for two nights and will make a stop at the Seattle Acoustic Festival in August.

This summer, Lizzie will release a self-produced, three song EP titled, “You.” “I wrote these pieces many years ago, after a traumatic break-up. They were so brutally honest that I couldn’t bring myself to record them for a while, even though personal lyrical candor has never been difficult for me–I couldn’t face them. When enough time had passed, I felt compelled to record them as I know these feelings to be universal for those of us who have ever felt the pain of lost love.”

Emily Burns Releases Debut Mini-Album ‘Seven Scenes From The Same Summer’

They say life moves in seasons, everybody that enters your life is for a reason, and each year when summer comes around, the warm months bring promise. Perhaps the days stretch out into the horizon as the rush of a new crush unfolds, or there’s a sense of freedom from the dark winter days of past. Essentially there’s a renewal: all of the bad is reflected on for a minute before being pushed to the side, painted over, released to make space for something new and better.

Nina Smith drops fresh new single ‘Run Out’

Soulful pop singer-songwriter, Nina Smith, is among the most talked about artists on the Nottingham music scene with her latest EP release reaching number 4 in the RnB iTunes chart. Nina has supported artists such as Belinda Carlise, Finley Quaye and Alicia Dixon and has recorded sessions at Maida Vale studios broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and BBC 1Xtra. After signing a production deal with super producer Yoad Nevo (Sia, Goldfrapp, Sugababes) Nina has written songs for artists who have performed her work to millions of people.

ESTRONS announce debut album “You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough”

Coming October 5th, the record is the culmination of over two years hard touring and honing of a sound that has become theirs and theirs alone. Anthemic first single “Lilac” has already picked up considerable fan and media attention, chosen by Huw Stephens as his Tune of the Week, alongside coverage at DIY, Dork, CLASH, NME, Kerrang!, Classic Rock and The i amongst others.

Mixhell deliver official video for fresh single ‘Strong & Wrong’

Widely acclaimed husband and wife duo, Mixhell, have revealed the official video for ‘Strong & Wrong’, the first release from their upcoming EP. Featuring Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard and Paranoid London’s Mutado Pintado, the track explores a man’s bohemian life, with Clams Baker (Mutado Pintado) taking charge of directing duties for the video, piecing together a range of vintage footage, and rollerskate-led retro dance routines.

Hey, seen the new gun violence awareness video by Anjulie & Pusher “All We Can Do?”

“All We Can Do” is an emotionally-driven pop track that covers the current issue of gun violence we’re facing as a country, community, and society in 2018:

“I wrote ‘All We Can Do’ after the Vegas shooting about the complacency around gun violence and the culture shock I had being a Canadian in America and seeing how common place it has become over the years. The song is a satirical play on how ignorance is bliss” – Anjulie

Steampunk inspired ‘Alice’s Night Circus’ premiere new single with Louder Than War!

Read between the lines of a familiar fairytale and you may stumble across a rabbit hole you never noticed before. Those curious enough to follow their ears into the black will be met with a world of escapism, narrated by the weird and wonderful music of Alice’s Night Circus.

Ringmaster Julia Scott orchestrates the magnificent sounds of Alice’s Night Circus. Juggling a smorgasbord of influences with a pop sensibility, the Sheffield-born artist walks the tightrope between her theatrical world and the mainstream sound-du-jour. Eccentric single ‘Curious World’ is the ultimate demonstration of this: what begins as an off-kilter waltz that harbours her eccentricities eventually bursts into a grandiose chorus, showcasing her earworm hooks.

Listen to this! Alice’s Night Circus releases new theatrical pop single

Mini Mansions Share Surreal New Music Video for “Works Every Time”

Mini Mansions share the satirical music video for their new single “Works Every Time” from their recently announced EP Works Every Time EP, available September 28. BlackBook premiered the “surreal” video yesterday.

“We knew we wanted to work with Colin Hanks again after his amazing performance in our “Any Emotions” video, and this time thought we would use his expertise behind the camera,” explain Mini Mansions. “He wisely chose Bob Baker’s Marionette theatre, an LA institution and venue we had all visited as kids growing up in Los Angeles. Colin was able to seamlessly marry this song’s message with the theater puppeteer’s imagination and creativity. We have him to thank as he really pulled some strings to deliver this spectacle. Colin Hanks, Works Every Time.”

BlackBook Premiere: Surreal New Mini Mansions Puppet Video for ‘Works Every Time’

Hear The Holydrug Couple’s “Waterfalls” ahead of their new album

The Holydrug Couple’s latest single “Waterfalls” is a woozy, intoxicating ballad that reworks the feel of 60s and 70s psychedelia with modern production and dizzying synthesised textures.

Speaking about the track Ives Sepúlveda Minho explains: “I wrote a demo for this about two years ago, on a morning that I had a bad hangover. At the time I was really into this sort of melodic/chill-out, instrumental house music and Exile on Main St.-like ballads. It was the last song that I recorded on Hyper Super Mega and the lyrics are very abstract, they have metaphors of what it means to meet someone and fall in love.”

Beacon shares “Losing My Mind” video

“Losing My Mind” is Beacon’s boldest sonic departure to date and a glimpse into the future. On the somber ballad, Thomas Mullarney III sings of stability, whether romantic or spiritual, and the comfort in knowing someone remains in the absence of light.

Kazzie Organizes a Heist with Molly Brazy in “With It” Video

A relentless charming emcee with a mastery of infectious rhythmic hooks, Kazzie is the next New Jersey rapper to blow. Creeping above a sinister piano-led instrumental, Kazzie struts his stuff on “With It,” his latest video single. Directed by 20K, the video finds Kazzie plotting a heist recruiting some heavy hitters to do his dirty work as he chills in his Rolls Royce. “With It” features an appearance from Detroit rising star Molly Brazy, who delivers a punchy and aggressive verse: “If I knew that was your head I woulda never touched it/Duck duck, when I say goose, everybody running.” Produced by Detroit sound architect Pooh Beatz and premiered by HotNewHipHop, “With It” is the latest single from Kazzie & The Wavy Bunch, the Jersey rapper’s upcoming mixtape, following “Think I’m In Love,” a tender street love song featuring Rico Nasty.


The video, which was directed by P!NK and Larn Poland, was shot in Northbridge, a suburb of Perth, Australia after the 4th concert at Perth Arena on a busy Saturday night in the centre of clubland. The video features six of P!NK’s longtime dancers.