ICYMI: 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 this Friday August 10th.

Jonas Blue Behind the Scenes Video of Smash Hit Single ‘Rise’

4-time BRIT Award nominee Jonas Blue has unveiled his brand-new ‘behind the scenes’ video for latest single, ‘Rise’, the huge summer single which has racked up over 237 million global streams so far.

Elkka > DJ, producer and femme culture founder > watch the new video for ‘STAY (warm edit)’ ft. The London Samba School on Boiler Room’s 4:3 platform

Smudging the boundaries between eras and styles, Elkka’s free-wheeling dance tracks float between club, left-field pop and spacious R&B all at once. The new single ‘Stay’, which reworks one of her previous tracks, giving it a new warm percussive energy, expresses a wistful sense of longing though rhythmic house that bubbles beneath Elkka’s dreamy vocal loop. Over the past year, Elkka has found herself inspired by and immersed in Brazilian music and dance culture. Her new video, directed by Undine Markus and produced by Girls In Film, features a team of female dancers of all ages and backgrounds from The London Samba School. “When dancing I found myself surrounded by these confident, bold and mesmeric women, all supporting and encouraging one another and I really wanted to try and capture this in the video whilst paying homage to the Brazilian music and dance that I have fallen in love with.”

THE PROJECTIONIST: Indy Metal Vault Debuts The First Single From The Upcoming Theatrical Black Metal Opus “Visits from the NightHag Part 1″

Ever since laying the foundation of THE PROJECTIONIST in 2015, Lörd Matzigkeitus (Diabolus Amator, The Black Sorcery, Thy Sepulchral Moon, ex-Idolatry) and his tenebrous army have pushed the boundaries of black metal cult. Each release morphing to a new direction from its previous sonic hellscape under the cloak of his arcane, twisting and evolving voice.

Reggae Recording Artist Jahmiel Release New World Anthem – ‘Better Tomorrow’

Known for his ability to connect with a generation that have been labeled as defiant, move to their own beat and risk-takers, Jahmiel has been labeled the ‘Voice of the Youth”. His delivery, which is usually positive, uplifting and motivational, gives the youths a vision and a sense of hope. In addition to his positive messages, his lyrical flow on uptempo ‘modern day rhythms’ allows his message to resonate with a younger generation on a global scale.

Alkaline Trio Share New Album’s Title Track “Is This Thing Cursed?”

Legendary Chicago punk band Alkaline Trio have released the title track from their forthcoming album Is This Thing Cursed? The ninth studio album from Alkaline Trio, Is This Thing Cursed? is their first new music in five years.

Machine Gun Kelly Releases New Song + Video “LOCO”

As the clock strikes midnight, fans of rapper Machine Gun Kelly will bear witness to the dark, gripping visuals that lace his latest video, “LOCO.” Director Jordan Wozniak weaves together images including a crucifix-fashioned joint, women and a boisterous MGK performing dangerous stunts. Also appearing in the video is actor, Pete Davidson who lip syncs portions of the song which covers everything from money to LSD. Produced by SlimXX and BazeXX, the single is now available on all digital platforms. Check out the video HERE.

Tiny Ruins Signs To Ba Da Bing; New Song/Video “How Much”

Ba Da Bing is proud to announce the signing and first proper North American release of New Zealand’s critically acclaimed Tiny Ruins, the project of Hollie Fullbrook. Tiny Ruins’ new song ‘How Much’ is out today. Having toured the US with Sharon Van Etten and Marlon Williams, Tiny Ruins is primed to be a major artist in 2019.

New > Glaswegian duo Free Love (FKA Happy Meals) > new video for ‘Pushing Too Hard’

Free Love, the latest manifestation of Scottish disco duo Suzanne Roden and Lewis Cook (formerly known as Happy Meals) have just shared the new visual for their latest single ‘Pushing Too Hard’ & bonus track ‘July’. The Scottish Album of the Year award nominees recently changed their name to Free Love after entering a new creative phase, reclaiming the overused meaning of the term with their sincere sound.

Reuben Bidez Releases Video For “Don’t Let Me Die” from New EP ‘Something To Say’ Out Now

Today, Bidez released the video for the album’s single “Don’t Let Me Die” That was directed by Josh Shoemaker and features guest appearances from Carl Anderson, Dylan Leblanc, Michael Ford (Airpark), Nikki Barber (The Minks), Reno Bo, Jo Daly (Sad Penny/Saint Johns), Kirby Brown, and Tim Jones (Whiskey Wolves of The West). PopMatters said, “‘Don’t Let Me Die’ finds Bidez’s voice soaring above and between warm keyboard lines and subtle drum patterns that recall the best of smart, sophisticated late 1970s sounds from the likes of Boz Scaggs and Steely Dan with a twist of Jeff Buckley and Roy Orbison added for good measure.”


Multi-platinum Canton, OH, rapper and singer Trippie Redd releases his new song “Taking A Walk” produced by Scott Storch. It serves as an instant grat for fans who pre-order his upcoming debut album, Life’s A Trip, set for release on Friday August 10, 2018 through 10K Projects/Caroline.

KSHMR delivers release of big room anthem, ‘Neverland’

Out now, KSHMR’s latest release showcases the producer’s penchant for dynamic chord patterns as he delivers a thumping bassline soaked with subtle twists of KSHMR’s Indian influences. Always packing a contagious energy into his soaring productions, Niles broke into electronic music under the alias KSHMR, choosing the name in relation to Kashmir, India, where his ancestors are from.

SONS OF ALPHA CENTAURI: watch “Solar Storm” new video now!

A storm is coming… The journey into instrumental progressive rockers SONS OF ALPHA CENTAURI’s new album “Continuum” progresses, as the video for “Solar Storm” lands today on all channels.

“Solar Storm is the cumulative blend of fast, slow, heavy, progressive styles of SOAC all encapsulated within a five minute adrenaline shot. Working with Simon Risbridger on this video was awesome as he completely understands our visual aesthetic and secluded introspective approach. We wanted the video to represent the different segments and styles within the track as part of the journey – it has been highly stylised with multiple references and subliminal messages. Embark the journey and embrace the storm!’ states SOAC bassist Nick Hannon

Charlie Phllps shares new single “Little Red Light” | LP out 8/10

The track premiered on GroundSounds where the artist shared, “‘Little Red Light’ was written from a place of fear – a very physical fear of losing someone close to you; the fear of abduction. It was summer the summer of 2015 in New York City, and people were out in the streets protesting – protesting that fear of losing someone from senseless actions, protesting police brutality. I was at Electric Lady Studio studios on West 8th Street, home to Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, D’Angelo. I was sitting on the floor of the live room, listening to the silence of the room, listening for ghosts, and waiting on Phil Joly to finish up a mix in the other room. I sat for awhile at the feet of this old Fender-style Musicman tube amp – this little red light on the guitar amplifier kept blinking on and off at me – it looked like a UFO. It looked like a damn police siren.

PREMIERE: Charlie Phllps – “Little Red Light”

Music to His Ears: Musician David Gellis Overcomes Hearing Loss with Signia Hearing Aids

What happens when a lifetime around loud music damages your hearing? For David Gellis, decades of performing as lead guitarist of the band Blood, Sweat and Tears led to hearing loss, making it difficult to hear and perform.

While an experienced hearing aid wearer, Gellis would often remove his older devices when on stage because they didn’t provide the clarity of music he needed. However, new hearing aids from audiology technology leader Signia allow him to hear better, even when performing.

With Signia’s Pure® Charge&Go Nx hearing aids, Gellis has a pair of technologically advanced devices with programs to help him hear in all situations, whether performing or listening to music, or during conversations.