ALL TIME LOW SHARE “BIRTHDAY” MUSIC VIDEO
All Time Low has unveiled the official music video for their just-released summer single, “Birthday.” The video is streaming now via Fueled By Ramen’s official YouTube channel. “Birthday” is available now via Fueled By Ramen at all DSPs & streaming services.
Today, AltCitizen shared a video for the album’s first single “Wilson State Park” and said, “The video pairs dreamlike animations from fellow Brooklynite Rachel Kisty with Wolf’s nostalgic folk rock and sets you out on an exceptionally blue and delicately hypnotic odyssey.”
Listen to Adam Lanceley’s latest single ‘A Lover Like You’
Adam Lanceley has an inspirational story. Adam was only ten years old when a car accident left him seriously injured. Sustaining a severe brain injury, a crushed pelvis and shattered legs, doctors advised him he was unlikely to walk or talk again.
Against all odds, Adam not only proved them wrong but has taken his remarkable recovery to the extreme, running marathons and now carving out a career as a singer-songwriter!
Seattle’s Wild Powwers share “Buff Stuff”
Seattle’s “grunge babies” hit peak form on their upcoming third full-length album Skin, recorded and mixed by Billy Anderson (Melvins, Neurosis, Jawbreaker) and mastered by Ed Brooks (Pearl Jam, Heart, REM). Fresh off of a couple of tours (with The Fall of Troy/Kylesa, and then Constant Lovers/Prism Tats), Wild Powwers gained cred as the upstart that “made you feel like you might want to smash some bottles down by the train tracks with your juvenile delinquent friends while skipping 5th period” (Stackked Magazine). They’ve since become regular show headliners and Skin is the flag that lets them stake their rightful claim to the throne.
Revolver is currently streaming “No Longer” from Canadian heavy metal trio CAULDRON. The tune comes by way of the band’s forthcoming new full-length New Gods set to drop September 7th via The End Records in North America and Dissonance Productions in Europe. The band’s fifth full-length and follow up to the critically-lauded 2016 album In Ruin was captured by Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Wooden Sky) at Union Sound in Toronto and again promises a strong emphasis on songwriting and melody, complete with high-end organic production to match.
One of the most exciting signees on Future’s Freebandz label, Cleveland riser Doe Boy wins fans with his hard-hitting flow and street witticisms. Declaring his intentions to blast off from regional stardom to national notoriety, Doe Boy announces 88 Birdz, his upcoming project. Executive produced by Young Thug, 88 Birdz is a revealing portrait of Doe Boy’s life, touching on his troubled childhood, reflecting on his recent prison stay, and illustrating his aspirations to reach the upper echelons of the rap game. Distributed by StreamCut, 88 Birdz is an impressive effort, as Doe Boy masterfully switches up his flow to match the slithery trap beats by 808 Mafia’s TM-88 (Lil Uzi Vert’s “XO Tour Llif3,” Future’s “Codeine Crazy”), who produced several tracks on the mixtape, among others including Zaytoven. 88 Birdz arrives on August 10th.
Billie Eilish Adds New Dates. Releases Vertical Video For ‘you should see me in a crown”
Billie’s has now surpassed 1 BILLION COMBINED STREAMS worldwide, while her debut EP ‘dont smile at me’ has now entered the Top 40 in the Billboard 200 Charts and her singles “ocean eyes” and “lovely (with Khalid)” have both been certified RIAA GOLD in North America.
RECOHAVOC RETURNS WITH NEW VISUAL FOR LATEST TRACK “SANDBOX”
Born and raised one of nine siblings in Southwest Philadelphia, RecoHavoc turned intense hardships into hard-hitting and hypnotic hip-hop. Experiencing events that would break the best of us, the 21-year-old rapper emerged as the next in a long line of Philly rap champs. Within the span of two years, he generated millions of YouTube views, packed shows, led the YNW (Young N Wealthy) movement to national prominence and earned props from the likes of Lil Uzi Vert and PnB Rock. All of this plus his undeniable energy and stage presence landed him a major label deal with Atlantic Records. A string of viral tracks such as “Zero Dark 30” paved the way for the breakout single “Lucas.”