The Skiffle Players Announce ‘Skiff’ / Share New Song “Local Boy”

The Skiffle Players—also known as Neal Casal, Dan Horne, Cass McCombs, Farmer Dave Scher and Aaron Sperske—have announced that their new studio album ‘Skiff’ will be released October 12 on Spiritual Pajamas. The 13-song collection signals a new direction for the band. Whereas their debut LP, ‘Skifflin,’ and its companion release, ‘Piffle Sayers EP,’ focused primarily on traditional songs, this time around they all sing and write. It further brings into focus that this is a band where there is NO LEADER, but a collective effort where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

REVEALED: The Guinness World Records Year in Pop Spotify Playlist

Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, BTS and Ed Sheeran top the list of music artists to make it into the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2019 (GWR2019) edition.

To celebrate the release, Guinness World Records (GWR) has created The Year in Pop Spotify playlist, giving Spotify users the opportunity to listen to the ultimate record-breaking playlist. The Year in Pop reviews the musicians that are featured in GWR2019; from Twitter followers to album sales, the GWR2019 music pages celebrates all kinds of record-breaking achievements of this year in music.

New > Marks shares new track ‘Bikini Blonde’ from forthcoming beat tape, ‘Crush’ > Out August 31 on Coyote Records

Following the release of his bewitching debut EP, ‘Drain’, back in June 2017, young Miami producer Marks is back with first full-length beat-tape, ‘Crush’.

Comprised of 10 tracks that blend the joyous and sickly-sweet with the totally dystopian, ‘Crush’ spotlights Marks’ maturing, idiosyncratic sound, drawing from the rap beats of his home city, but also zeroing in on its own, gloomy, flickering aesthetic – a facet of his beat-making that first caught Coyote’s attention back in 2015.

LANY Release New Track “I Don’t Wanna Love You Anymore”

oday, LANY release their latest track “‘I Don’t Wanna Love You Anymore,” off their upcoming sophomore album, Malibu Nights (due later this year on Interscope and Polydor.) Continuing to build the hype for the forthcoming album, “I Don’t Wanna Love You Anymore” features emotionally raw lyrics building over an infectious beat, true to LANY’s distinguishing musical style.

“I Don’t Wanna Love You Anymore,” is the follow up to the bands critically acclaimed first single, “Thru These Tears,” which TIME Magazine named one of the “5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week.” V Magazine proclaimed the song a, “majestic soundtrack… with just the right amounts of grit and sweeping melodrama.”

Quavo shares new video for “W O R K I N M E”

Atlanta superstar Quavo continues to have the hot hand as he follows up his video for “L A M B T A L K” released last week with a dramatic new video for “W O R K I N M E” (prod. by Buddah Bless). The video arrives as Migos are on the ‘Aubrey and The Three Amigos Tour’ with Drake, and on the heels of the release of three songs from Quavo that include “B U B B L E G U M”, “L A M B T A L K” and “W O R K I N ME”. He also made a show-stopping appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards with Offset this past Monday donning the finest designer drip on the red carpet.


dick clark productions today announced a multi-year partnership between the “American Music Awards” and YouTube Music, marking the first-ever presenting partnership of the show. The partnership celebrates YouTube Music as a “go-to” music platform for streaming music, videos, live performances and more — the same type of iconic content that has made the “American Music Awards” a staple event for the world’s greatest artists and the world’s biggest music fans for 46 years.

Through this historic partnership, music enthusiasts can watch their favorite artists and pop culture icons come together to honor idols, newcomers and record-breakers in the contemporary music scene. The “2018 American Music Awards” will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC.


This is the newest teaser from the critically acclaimed Kansas City quartet’s upcoming debut album. They recently shared their single “17” – Idolator wrote, “The Greeting Committee exudes youthful abandon on [their] shimmery new single.” Stay tuned for more details soon.

Justin Courtney Pierre Stars In “I Don’t Know Why She Ran Away”

Justin Courtney Pierre unveils “I Don’t Know Why She Ran Away,” a Lo-Fi Science Fiction tale in the style of Charlie Kaufman. Directed by Shane Nelson, “I Don’t Know Why She Ran Away” has everything – a protagonist you will both love and hate, romance, awkward comedy, a dramatic love triangle, and a killer soundtrack.

“One of my favorite movie trailers of all time is for Jean Luc Godard’s Masculin Féminin. It simultaneously tells you everything and nothing about the film, utilizing the entire Chantal Goya song Tu M’as Trop Menti. The goal was to recreate the feeling of this trailer using footage from projects Shane Nelson (Director) and I had done in the past, as well as shoot new footage in order to help tell the story. It’s a lighthearted look at an incredibly dark period of time in my life when I first got “sober,” and my wife and I first met, but the roles are all jumbled,” says Justin Courtney Pierre on his inspiration for the trailer.

Dizzy – “Canada’s next big indie-pop band”

Baby Teeth — the auspicious and fully realized debut album from rising Canadian dream pop band Dizzy — is out now via Royal Mountain Records / Communion Music. Stream it HERE. NME praised Dizzy saying their “brand of pop offer[s] a dreamy escape,” and Baby Teeth has earned other positive coverage in Stereogum, Uproxx, Exclaim!, All Music, The Line of Best Fit, Atwood Magazine, and more. Album tracks “Joshua” and “Pretty Thing” both premiered via Stereogum, and “Backstroke” followed with a spot on NPR Music’s New Music Friday playlist upon release. The band will celebrate the new album with shows in the U.S. this fall with SYML, as well as in Canada with Montreal’s Stars, ahead of their Austin City Limits Festival debut in October — see below for a full itinerary.

Find strength in Edward and Janes’ folkicana fight song– Atwood Magazine’s premiere of “Hold Your Own” + new EP out 9/28

Yesterday, Atwood Magazine announced the upcoming release of Too Early To Tell, the new EP from Chattanooga, Tennessee-based folk-rock collective Edward and Jane, and premiered its lead single “Hold Your Own.” Atwood calls the the “folkicana fight song” “evocative and inspiring” and “instantly catchy and dazzlingly radiant,” adding: “Edward and Jane are the Americana version of The Killers, exuding passion and purpose with sonic similarities to folk-rock titans like Mumford & Sons, The Head and the Heart, and The Lumineers. Gritty, poetic lyrics depict humanity’s ability to overcome any and all of life’s hardships. ‘Hold Your Own’ was originally written about the head-first dive into young adulthood, but it captures something much more universal than that singular time in our lives. It’s a motto we can all live by, to help us get through the dark times as we strive to dwell in the light. No matter how bleak our situations seem and how bad things get, we are unfathomably resilient creatures – built to weather the toughest seasons.”

New video: Seafret release video for new single ‘Monsters’

Having released their new single and EP title track ‘Monsters’ through Kobalt earlier this month, today Seafret reveal the rather dark and unhinged video to accompany the track, directed by music and commercial video director Stuart Alexander.


Not be confused with the sound specific of the Jamaican genre, DANCEHALL is instead a tribute to the scene itself which originated in the 1940’s. The dance hall was created from a desire to simply come together and party, at a time when the only way to listen to your favorite artist was to come together in such a way. This was a place where people lived, loved and danced. An overwhelming sense of humanity surrounds all that The Blaze create and DANCEHALL is a complete reflection on said humanity.


Generating over 100 million streams across all platforms, Brooklyn’sGASHI is hip-hop’s next crossover superstar. Coming through with a hook-filled, Afropop-inflected jam for the late summer, GASHI shares “Creep On Me,” his new single via Honesty Saves Time/RCA Records. Dancing above a syncopated instrumental with a smoothly rhythmic vocal, GASHI describes the process of falling head over heels in love with someone who shows affection in private but plays hard to get in public. Produced by Cirkut, with an appearance from French Montana and additional production from DJ Snake, the first guest artists to ever appear on one of GASHI’s singles, “Creep On Me” is a bright blast of fresh air and a perfect fit for the radio. Click HERE to listen.

Shigeto shares new track “Fight Club”

One year after Michigan-based artist Zach Saginaw released his third album as Shigeto, a genre-blending Detroit love letter called The New Monday, he returns with another eclectic display of affection for Motor City music. The four new tracks on his Weighted EP, including a sumptuous remix from Detroit house luminary Andrés, continue to refine and augment the patchwork of jazz, hip-hop, and electronics that Shigeto has built his catalog with.

Maggie Schneider Releases Sparkling New Single “Pretend” Ft. Wolfi

Bright-eyed and sparkling new artist, Maggie Schneider, has been turning heads since the release of her brand new EP, Tinted Glasses earlier this year, but today is all about “Pretend!” This bubbly track was recording in Atlanta with Lee Jennings and features Wolfi, who originally wrote the track. The song is about the complications of falling in love with your best friend and was written as a conversation between two people that love each other but are hesitant to pull the trigger on anything. Wolfi elaborated:

“I’ve always wanted to write a timeless sounding duet, and this was the best I could come up with. I was initially going to release it off my EP from February, but I couldn’t find a vocalist that I liked enough to feature, and when I found Maggie I knew she’d be perfect.” ~ Wolfi (actual name is Emerson Vernon)

Nina Nesbitt Debuts Official Video For “Loyal To Me”

Scottish singer-songwriter and musician, Nina Nesbitt has unveiled the official video for her latest single, “Loyal To Me.” Premiering on V Magazine, who praise the song as “immaculately crafted,” boldly declaring Nesbitt “comes through as a classic proper popstar,” the Debbie Scanlan-directed clip features Nina like you’ve never seen her before. Watch the official video for “Loyal To Me” HERE.


Today Max Frost released the new video for “Eleven Days” – the second released track off his debut album “GOLD RUSH.” Max recently performed “Eleven Days” along with first single “Good Morning” on Good Morning America. Speaking on the inspiration for “Eleven Days” Max said,


Sheffield based, multi-platinum selling Bring Me The Horizon are set to release a new album entitled amo via Columbia Records on 11th January 2019. Debut track, Mantra, was Annie Mac’s

Hottest Record on Radio 1 last night. The band also announces their ‘First Love’ North American Tour 2019, full details below.

Bring Me The Horizon have been on a rocket of a journey over the last few years, selling over 4 Million albums globally to date, playing sold out shows in over 40 countries, including two sold out nights at London’s O2 plus wowing a traditionally non rock crowd at Glastonbury Festival in 2016.

Gaelynn Lea Premieres New Track ‘I Wait’ + New Tour Dates

When Gaelynn Lea won NPR Music’s 2016 Tiny Desk Contest, her two decades as a hardworking and talented musician finally crystallized in a beautiful moment of national recognition. It was also just the beginning of a grand adventure. With the wind of her award at their backs, Gaelynn and her husband Paul sold their house in Northern Minnesota, quit their jobs, bought a van, and hit the road.