The EP features production by Eiby On The Track, 15HunnitBoy, Deejay Wes, Mike & Keys, Rance Of 1500, MJ Nichols and Joose. Additional new music from Tink to come this year.
SPOOK THE HORSES: New Noise Debuts “Following Trails” Video
New Zealand-based atmospheric metal ensemble SPOOK THE HORSES today debuts the visual accompaniment to “Following Trails.” Now playing courtesy of New Noise Magazine, the hymn comes by way of the band’s People Used To Live Here full-length released last year via Pelagic Records.
Issues the band, “The video is based upon a recollection of a dream, filmed within the house that the record People Used To Live Here was originally written, and is intended as both a literal and metaphorical reflection on ideas relating to the subjective limits of self, perspicacity, and self-determinism.”
BASTILLE’S “QUARTER PAST MIDNIGHT” IS NO. 1 AT ALTERNATIVE RADIO
“Quarter Past Midnight,” Bastille’s new single, has taken the No. 1 spot at Alternative radio this week, according to Mediabase. The song is Bastille’s third single to top the chart – following “Pompeii” and “Good Grief.” “Quarter Past Midnight” is the band’s fastest-climbing single ever, debuting at No. 12 in May and topping the chart in 11 short weeks. Global streams of the track already exceed 30 million.
RAYMIX MAKES TOP 10 OF BILLBOARD’S HOT LATIN SONGS WITH “OYE MUJER”
Hot on the heels of his first major televised performance at Premios Juventud this month in Miami, FL, electro-cumbia visionary Raymix shows no signs of slowing down. His global hit “Oye Mujer” has garnered more than 140 million streams and counting, and now the young talent has yet another accolade to add to his growing portfolio: a slot in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs. As the track continues to captivate fans from around the world, Raymix is busy rocking stages across 25 cities on his ongoing U.S. tour.
Occupying her own dream-pop, reflective realm, Brisbane based neo-soul powerhouse FELIVAND shies away from the path well traveled and presents her new perception altering single ‘Same Old’.
The song is rife with sophistication and drifts languidly along a down tempo beat decorated with the her quintessential honied vocals. ‘Same Old’ moves with purpose and exemplifies an artist soulful and thoughtful beyond her years. Vulnerable yet fierce FELIVAND’s songwriting is galvanised by her calculated confidence in production and composition, evidenced throughout her forthcoming EP, due out later this year.
EEVEE, SINGER SONGWRITER AND PRODUCER, RELEASES CAPTIVATING NEW SINGLE!
Eevee, 16, is releasing her new single Unbroken on June 27, 2018 on EVB Records. It will be available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Soundcloud, YouTube, and Google.
Unbroken is one of many projects in the works for Eevee. The song and production encompass Eevee’s indie pop/ R&B style and dynamic, unique voice.
“From writing the song in a day to creating most of the production with additional help from Bristol Studio’s Chris Billias and Ric Poulin, it was and I feel it is an amazing project; I’m excited for people to hear it!,” Eevee says.
DIGGY SIMMONS IS BACK WITH NEW SINGLE “IT IS WHAT IT IS” SET TO DROP AUGUST 3RD!
After a two-year hiatus period, Diggy Simmons takes to his Instagram to release the first look of his upcoming single “It Is What It Is” set to release August 3rd. A six-year whirlwind set the stage for this chapter. 2012’s Unexpected Arrival ignited his rapid rise and now, the multitalented 23 year old rapper confidently actualized his vision like never before in terms of style, sound, and spirit.
UKIYO’S NEW EP ‘FANTASY’ DROPS TODAY
21 y/o Perth producer, Ukiyo and his incredible new EP Fantasy which is out today, which features previous singles Go and Something Like This. It’s been a crazy year for Ukiyo, who’s racked up over 9.5 million Spotify streams to date and massive festival appearances at Groovin’ The Moo and killer gigs alongside big names such as Quinn XCII.
New Music Video from Bianca Gisselle
Get Back to Love is the third single from Bianca Gisselle’s EP Get Back to Love: Side B.
Gisselle has teamed up once again with director Jonny Diaz to bring this song to life through it’s music video. Diaz directed Gisselle’s previous video for Bang Bang. Just like the production of Get Back to Love, the video features minimal yet striking visuals as we start in black and white and end in bright contrasting color. A hopeful ending that mimics the sentiment of the song. The intimate nature of the video is also a nod to the “self love” theme.
Children’s Cancer Association Launches Digital Music Medicine Program
The Portland, OR-based Children’s Cancer Association (CCA) is launching a digital extension of its flagship “music medicine” program, MyMusicRx, which delivers the healing power of music to kids and teens facing cancer or other serious illnesses. The digital service, which is available daily on any device at MyMusicRx.org and at more than 25 pediatric hospitals nationwide, empowers hospitalized kids to shift, plan, and grow through music by utilizing a proprietary mood-shift tool to help them feel better, faster.
Lyla Foy Shares New Track ‘No God’, Watch Video
London singer-songwriter Lyla Foy has today shared a new taster of her forthcoming second album Bigger Brighter, with the pensive and thought-provoking No God. It’s accompanied by an animated video that features in an ongoing series to support the songs from her album. The meaning behind the track is explained below:
Fatherson share new single ‘Charm School’
Fatherson today share new single Charm School, taken from their forthcoming album Sum Of All Your Parts out on September 14th.
The second track to be taken from the album, Charm School – first played on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 Show – is, according to the band, “An observation on having to mind your p’s and q’s all the time – and the need to jump through hoops for other people. A charm school is an elocution school where people are taught manners above all else – which might be a little unrealistic for real life”.
If there’s one woman who smashes the stereotype of a beauty queen, it’s Leila Lopes. When the former Miss Universe isn’t competing in beauty pageants, she’s rallying for awareness of HIV/AIDS, or brushing up on the degree in Business Management she gained from University of Suffolk.
Now, the polymath is using her spectrum of talents and business acumen to launch brand new record label, The Uprise. The Angolan native is aiming to unite nations through the universal language of music. Ushering elements of Brazilian (Baile) Funk and Kuduro, and American Hip Hop into the UK’s world of grime, the London-based record label already boasts a roster of diverse artists equipped to challenge the paradigm of mainstream music.
Liverpool Psychsters The Vryll Society share visuals for swirling new pop effort ‘Light At The Edge Of The World’
Psychedelic risers The Vryll Society share the video for their swirling new pop effort Light At The Edge Of The World, offering further proof of their genre-bending versatility ahead of the imminent release of their debut album.
Combining the influences of Tame Impala and Stereolab, the emerging quintet delve deeper into their eclectic palette of space rock, trip hop and psychedelia on their latest single with director Peter Fearon adding his own unique interpretation within the visuals.
Deafheaven unveil “Night People” video + announce tour dates with DIIV
Critically-acclaimed California based band Deafheaven unveil their new music video for “Night People” directed by Ben Chisholm. The song features singer-songwriter Chelsea Wolfe and is taken from their highly acclaimed fourth studio album Ordinary Human Corrupt Love (July 13 on Anti- Records). Pitchfork hailed the album as “a different kind of transcendence” in their Best New Music review. Ordinary Corrupt Human Love debuted #1 LP Vinyl Albums, #2 Current Hard Music Albums, #111 Billboard Top 200.
Dead Naked Hippies unveils stylish video for latest single ‘Guillotine’
Thrashing into life in late 2016 with their caustic brand of punchy post-punk, Dead Naked Hippies return with their first track of 2018 – the raw, gritty and atmospheric Guillotine. Capturing the trio, and frontwoman Lucy Jowett especially, at their most honest both sonically and thematically, the track builds on a steady release of acclaimed singles.
Foxing release new single ‘Gameshark’ ahead of album out August 10th via Triple Crown
With their forthcoming third album ‘Nearer My God’, St. Louis’ Foxing have soundtracked the apocalypse. And on newly-released track ‘Gameshark,’ they’ve damn near musically-personified the panic we’re all gonna feel just before it goes down. ‘Gameshark’ is a frantic frenzy of fast-paced electronic meets post-hardcore that just adds to the genius of what’s to come on the highly-anticipated ‘Nearer My God’, out everywhere next Friday August 10th.