Brook Pridemore releases video for single “Pocket Scheme,

Brooklyn anti folk/punk artist Brook Pridemore today releases single “Pocket Scheme,” off his upcoming full length record “Metal is my only friend,” set for release on the artist’s BPI recordings.

Yoko Ono Shares “Where Do We Go From Here?” | Premieres New Video In Bust Interview

Following twenty albums over 50 years, Yoko Ono’s Warzone is strikingly different from any record she has made previously, but it is also strikingly different from any album that anyone is making…

Yoko revisits and reimagines 13 songs from her past work, spanning 1970-2009, the lyrics and messages still pertinent—perhaps even more pertinent—in 2018. “The world is so messed up. Things are very difficult for everybody. It’s a warzone that we are living in…” says Ono. “I like to create things in a new way. Every day things change.”


After almost 2 years since the original version was released and reached viral status, the knockout hit continues to prove its prowess in the global music scene, taking the #1 slot in radio in Mexico with the remix which includes Latin icon, Juanes, where he sings and plays his signature guitar sound. Having surpassed 300 million streams throughout the digital commercial platforms, “Oye Mujer” has also charted for 47 weeks on Billboard’s Tropical Chart, where it currently sits at #3, and has spent 26 weeks on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart, recently making it into the top 10.

Mammoth Indigo Release Provocative Video For “Undertow”

“Undertow” has some of my favorite lyrics from the record -“I will burn a hole in your head with your own cigarette” sounds like a growl line from a metal song, but in Undertow it’s a falsetto.To me, the song sounds like a macabre, ring-leader from a circus is singing the verses. It’s playful and solemn at once. Playing it live we get pretty psychedelic. It’s a fun track and also one of the only songs on “Wilt” to feature an acoustic guitar -which is ironic, considering it probably has the most production. Cody Bowers


Paul Collins is one of the most enduring cult rockers of the late seventies and a founding member of the legendary band The Nerves (with Jack Lee and Peter Case). He started his solo career in 1979 with the release of his album The Beat on Columbia Records under the management of the legendary Bill Graham, and has released more than 11 studio albums as Paul Collins, The Beat or Paul Collins’ Beat.

SONG PREMIERE: Paul Collins Keeps it Simple and Catchy With “You Belong To Me”

Oruam – ‘Looking Straight’ Single

Oruam is an Italian record producer, songwriter and DJ currently based in Perth, Australia. Looking Straight is Oruam’s latest single.

Oruam started working on Looking Straight while on vacation in Broome, he was locked up inside a hotel room while a cyclone was happening outside. The track features a mix of dance elements, from the soft intro to the breakdown and the different lead sound of the drop. Somewhat heavier than Oruam usually creates, his sound is continuing to evolve and develop.

Black Belt Eagle Scout releases new track ‘Just Lie Down’

Black Belt Eagle Scout (aka Portland-based Katherine Paul) is an indigenous queer musician whose debut album, Mother of My Children, is about “grief and love for people, but also about being a native person in what is the United States today.” Mother of My Children is out September 14th via Saddle Creek. After sharing lead single, “Soft Stud,” Black Belt Eagle Scout now presents “Just Lie Down.”

Lady Geraldine releases Pete Townsend influenced track ‘A Trick Of The Light’ in awe inspiring story

The life of Lady Geraldine feels like a work of fiction, with every combination of heartache and achievement.

During her early twenties a life-changing opportunity presented itself and Geraldine was given the chance to have a major operation to sort out her profound deafness by reconstructing her inner ear and implanting an ear drum. The result was immediate and truly awe-inspiring, introducing her not only to the wonders of music which she had only previously encountered by attending her mother’s local concerts during the time when she was deaf, but also the strange experience of truly hearing for the first time, epitomised by her breakfast cornflakes which to her was so loud she had to wear ear defenders to eat them.

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets release bombastic dose of psychedelia in latest offering ‘Social Candy’

Perth rockers Psychedelic Porn Crumpets share bombastic new single Social Candy, their latest eccentric offering guaranteed to blow minds.

Graduating from the same thriving scene as Tame Impala and King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard, the Australian outfit announced their arrival in the UK earlier this summer with Cornflake, receiving endless praise from all corners of the press (DIY, Clash, Wonderland) and radio (BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, Radio X).

Glaswegian indie rock four-piece LUCIA release new single ‘Summertime’

Summertime, the new single from Glaswegian indie rock four-piece LUCIA, produced by Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Adele) and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Florence) is released August 16th on Sweet Jane Recordings. Though covering the age-old theme of failing summertime romance it does so whilst remaining packed with breezy teenage glee.

makk mikkael – ‘Use Me’

“My new single, “Use Me,” pulls you in with its dark and edgy twist. At first, my producer and I were really feeling the production on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. I wrote “Use Me” with a friend who’s an amazing songwriter. We started with the typical guy/girl, partying vibe, but the message transitioned more into being about a girl struggling with an addiction to heroin. With that visual, the song basically wrote itself.” – Makk


The Master of Horror, John Carpenter, has announced the impending release of the original soundtrack album for Halloween – in which Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. The album arrives on October 19 from Sacred Bones, the same day that the new David Gordon Green-directed film is released in theaters. Halloween is the first film in the canon to have Carpenter involved since 1982’s Halloween III. He serves as an executive producer, creative consultant, and, thrillingly, as a soundtrack composer-alongside his collaborators from his three recent solo albums, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies.

Spotify & Live Nation Urban brings Rap Caviar Live to Brooklyn: Chance The Rapper to headline on September 29

Spotify’s RapCaviar Live is returning to New York with headliner Chance The Rapper on September 29 at the Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn. In partnership with Verizon, the Brooklyn show will also feature Sheck Wes, Tierra Whack and DJ SpinKing.

Following the launch of RapCaviar Live in 2017, Spotify continues to showcase some of today’s hottest rappers to their biggest fans around the country. Produced in partnership with Live Nation Urban, RapCaviar Live is inspired by Spotify’s highly influential flagship hip hop playlist, RapCaviar, which encompasses a collection of fresh hip hop tracks and has since become one of Spotify’s biggest playlists with over 10 million followers.


Turnstile have shared an official music video for “Bomb / I Don’t Wanna Be Blind,” which is streaming today via Highsnobiety. The video was directed by photographer and skateboarder Atiba Jefferson, with award-winning cinematographer Ty Evans joining as director of photography. Both Jefferson and Evans have become world renowned for creating and capturing some of skateboarding’s most iconic moments on film.

Turnstile’s Brendan Yates spoke on the experience of working with Jefferson and Evans explaining, “Working with Atiba, Ty, and everyone involved was a dream come true for us. Everybody brought something unique to building the dynamic of the video. We wanted the flowers to be powerful.”

English Alt-Poppers Dead Ceremony manifest complex emotions on declamatory ‘Heartache’ visual

Dead Ceremony is a four-piece from Tunbridge Wells Kent, made up of Christopher Stewart, David Trevillion, Neil Allen and Harry Pearce. Originally the solo-project of lead-singer and songwriter, Christopher, Dead Ceremony became an outfit and have cut their teeth releasing a steady run of acclaimed singles. They have honed their live show, including performing a sold-out debut London gig at St Pancras Old Church, playing to a full tent at the BBC Introducing stage of T in the Park, and supporting the likes of Wolf Alice and Sam Sure. A carefully delivered mixture of the digital and the organic make Dead Ceremony a special act to watch live, with a dynamic arrangement of beat driven dance tunes and fragile ballads.

Lil Yachty releases the music video for “66 featuring Trippie Redd”

Young friends, distinctive high voices, split screen, 3.3 billion streams between them (Yachty with 2 billion and lil bro Trippie with 1.3 billion), red hair don’t care, darkness and light, personal clues, and two pet doggies.

Papercuts signs to Slumberland, announces new LP

Since emerging in San Francisco’s fertile early-00s indie/folk scene, Papercuts’ Jason Quever has released 5 stellar albums that have become touchstones of quality modern pop. Equally at home with lush, baroque textures and more stripped-down arrangements, Quever’s song-writing is always top notch, the production tailored to the songs with great sensitivity. His skill in the studio has helped him build-up an enviable resumé recording, producing and playing with artists including Luna, Beach House, Cass McCombs, Dean Wareham/Dean & Britta and Slumberland’s own The Mantles. His sonic influence is clearly in evidence on those recordings, but it’s on the Papercuts albums that we hear Quever up close and his most personal.

New Video! Rennie “Bird Talk”

With so many false prophets pretending to portray lifestyles they never lived, hip-hop has been searching for a respected rapper to come along as a true grassroots spokesman to the streets. And now, the search is finally over with the arrival of central Florida firestorm Rennie. He has been dropping bombs across the Sunshine State with two hood-certified mixtapes and a slew of hit singles. Via independent label, Blazay Squazay Entertainment, this rapidly emerging musical talent is set to detonate with fiery new single “Bird Talk” and forthcoming album “Glow 2.”


Roadrunner Records group Coheed and Cambria have unveiled a third new track from their highly anticipated new LP, THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES. “The Gutter,” an explosive six-minute operatic rock jam, is streaming today alongside an exclusive interview with frontman Claudio Sanchez at Rolling Stone. THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES arrives worldwide on Friday, October 5th.

Coheed and Cambria’s Claudio Sanchez on Resuming ‘The Amory Wars’