Los Angeles-based artist Miranda Glory has released a brand new music video for her latest single “Hypochondriac.” Born from Glory’s obsession with WebMD, this track explores the interesting parallels between the fear of diseases and the anxieties we experience in relationships. During a late night songwriting session with a few close friends, she wrote the lyrics to visually convey these feelings, and laid them over a catchy melody syncopated with beats. Directors Dri Sommer and Nicol Biesek said of the video’s concept, “We wanted to create a world for the viewers to embark on our version of a hypochondriac’s surreal, emotional journey. The first line of the song “I make something out of nothing” was the initial inspiration which led us to explore the different stages of paranoia and anxiety in the context of a manipulative romantic connection.”

Marc Ribot Reveals New Song “The Militant Ecologist” feat. Meshell Ndegeocello

On his new album Songs of Resistance 1942 – 2018, acclaimed guitarist Marc Ribot set out to assemble a set of songs that spoke to this political moment with appropriate ambition, passion, and fury. Ribot began working on Songs of Resistance – coming out September 14 on ANTI- Records – at the end of 2016 as a response not just to the American elections but to the political trends he was seeing around the world.

The Lulls Premiere “Not Bad” via New Noise Magazine

Rutger Ansley Rosenborg is an outsider looking in. Ryan S. Miller is an insider looking out. Friends since second grade, the two have played music together from the age of eight on.

Song Premiere: The Lulls – “Not Bad”

Watch Judith Owen’s Jazzy (and Hilarious) Take on ‘Hot Stuff’

Today, firebrand singer-songwriter and pianist Judith Owen released the hilarious video for her version of Donna Summer’s “Hot Stuff” which follows Owen’s many characters during an evening of speed dating. Owen has always imbued her original songs with keen intelligence, acerbic wit and bracing poignancy. On her new album redisCOVERed, the Welsh-born musician sets out on a different kind of artistic journey, channeling her wildly idiosyncratic and prodigious skills on a remarkably diverse set of cover tunes, and in the process she leaves her own individual identity on each one. It has been called “inspirational, unpredictable” (Sunday Times UK) and “an extraordinary song cycle with its own sense of artistic expression and discovery” (David Wild).

Sara Spicer’s “Jump” Video Premieres Via The Boot & The Country Network

“Jump,” the debut single from Sara Spicer’s New Girl EP, has been steadily gaining popularity since first making its appearance on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart nearly 12 weeks ago. Now, with the song continuing to climb, Sara is excited to announce the long-awaited video for “Jump” made its online premiere today via The Boot and its broadcast premiere via The Country Network (TCN).

“I’m really excited and humbled to have my debut video for ‘Jump’ to premiere on The Boot!” said Spicer. “This song means a lot to me because I believe that you have to just go for your dreams – and always give your best – never settling for anything less than just that!”


Earlier this month, multiplatinum GRAMMY® Award-winning artist Estelle had exclusively premiered the official video for her latest single “Better” (directed by Estelle and Denzel Williams) on Apple Music. Today, the visual is now available to watch everywhere via YouTube.

Clairo releases “Drown” With Cuco – Out Today

“Drown”was produced by Ricky Reed, featuring Cuco’s easy progression from English to Spanish and Clairo’s dreamy melodies, the track aired today on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show as a World Record. The pair performed the single live for the first time at Clairo’s Music Hall of Williamsburg show last week and you can watch the ‘Making Of ‘video directed by James Alexander Warren.

18 year old EBHONI drops new dancehall song + video (prod. by Salva)

“I live in the most multicultural city dominated by Caribbean influences. My background is Caribbean and I grew up listening to old school dancehall/reggae and as soon as I heard this track with the old school sound effects and baseline, I was sprung!!! The production put me in a place of feeling bossy; Lyrically it came easy because the production set the mood. The song is about me or other females knowing what they want, being in control and not being ashamed of it. There is also a huge cocky/confident element to the song ‘Fucking with you saying I’mma call yeah’ and warning the guy that you are baddest and he WILL fall hard for you.” – EBHONI

Los Angeles-Based Melodic Metal Group FATE DESTROYED Releases New Single, “We Fall”

Los Angeles-based FATE DESTROYED is a commanding new metal force that was formed and fronted by the talented and alluring Franccesca De Struct. In mid-June, the band released their striking single, “Break Free”, which has since garnered over 250,000 streams/video views via YouTube, Facebook and Spotify combined!

Today, FATE DESTROYED is pleased to reveal the lyric video for their menacing, metallic second single, “We Fall”, cut from their upcoming self-titled EP. Check out the lyric video now via this link.

Perfume Reveal Music Video for Single, “Let Me Know”

Two years since the release of their critically acclaimed album Cosmic Explorer, multi-platinum selling electro J-pop girl group Perfume are set to release their highly anticipated follow up album, and their 7th overall, Future Pop. In advance of the release, Perfume announce their new music video for lead track, “Let Me Know.” The story of the video overlaps with their journeys as artists over the years, with two versions created: the first, available to watch now, is the short version, while the full version is included as bonus content in the physical package of the album.


Take a magic mushroom trip with Heartland Americana-Rock outfit The Artisanals and head over to Billboard to watch the exclusive music video premiere of “Drag”. Heaping with organized chaos and crazy fun, “Drag” is among the singles that will make up the Charleston, SC band’s debut self-titled album, set for a September 21, 2018 release on AWAL. Learn more about The Artisanals from frontman Johnny Delaware, including a behind-the-scenes take on the making of their psilocybin-induced music video release of “Drag”, here.

Drive-By Truckers to put out unreleased first record; share first song, new tour dates

Drive-By Truckers have announced the long-awaited arrival of TOWN BURNED DOWN, the first-ever official release from singer/songwriter/guitarists Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood’s original incarnation as Adam’s House Cat.Recorded in 1990, but never-before-released as intended, the album arrives in stores and at all DSPs and streaming services via ATO Records on Friday September 21. Rolling Stone premiered the album’s first song, “Runaway Train,” today, saying the song “shares a scrappy, twangy punk sensibility with the collegiate rock that was coming out of Minneapolis, MN, in those days, from artists like the Replacements and Husker Du.”

Hear Rare Song by Drive-By Truckers’ First Band Adam’s House Cat


Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Sabrina Claudio returns with a highly anticipated new song Messages From Her. The very personal new song written by Claudio and produced by Sad Money (Mikhail Beltran) and Kaveh Rastegar is now available at all digital providers and streaming providers HERE and YouTube audio link HERE.

Papadosio Announces Fall Tour

Papadosio has announced an extensive fall tour that will bring the band all over the US hitting markets like Atlanta, New York, Chicago, LA, San Francisco, Denver, and everything in between.

Appropriately titled the Content Coma Fall Tour, Content Coma is the forthcoming album from Papadosio, due out on Sept 7.

Watch & Share Miss Eaves’ New Video For “Kiss Kiss I’m Fabulous”

Watch & Share Miss Eaves’ Brand New Video For “Kiss Kiss I’m Fabulous,” The Second Single Off Her Upcoming EP, ME AF, Which Comes Out This Friday.


Hailing from New Orlean’s Seventh Ward, rap duo and cousins $uicideboy$, comprised of members $lick and Ruby Da Cherry, got their start in 2014 and their name references a pact they made: if they didn’t make it by age 30, they would end their lives. They’re one of the fastest rising groups in hip-hop and today they have announced that their heavily anticipated forthcoming album I Want To Die in New Orleans is slated for release this Fall on September 7th via G59 Records/Caroline.

Songwriter Kelcy Mae Premieres New Project, Announces Debut Release, ‘The Place That You Call Home’

Today, seasoned New Orleans-based songwriter, Kelcy Mae is pleased to announce the debut record, The Place That You Call Home, from her new music project, Ever More Nest. A band with an unmistakable Americana tilt, Ever More Nest pairs Kelcy’s signature poetic lyricism with a musical style that can set you simultaneously on a rural dirt road and a gritty, big-city street.

Produced by acclaimed songwriter and producer, Neilson Hubbard, the album hosts an exceptional cast of Nashville players including multi-instrumentalist, guitar-wizard Will Kimbrough and Grand Ole Opry staff fiddler, Eamon McLoughlin. The rhythm section consisted of Hubbard on drums and bassist Dean Marold. With heart-wringing pedal steel and guitar work, Kenny Hutson rounded out the small, powerhouse group of musicians who gathered in Hubbard’s intimate former personal studio (now Skinny Elephant Recording) in East Nashville with owner Dylan Alldredge at the controls.

Manu Delago (Olafur Arnalds, Björk) shares new track “Parasol Woods”

The Austrian-born composer was discovered by Björk, who first invited him to perform alongside on her Biophilia tour. He is now a fixture of Björk’s live lineup and has also toured with The Cinematic Orchestra and Olafur Arnalds. Further, he earned a Grammy-nomination for his work on Anoushka Shankar’s album Land of Gold, performed Hang on Poppy Ackroyd’s latest album ‘Resolve’ and appeared as a soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra.