Ray William Roldan – “Falling Star” – Lyric Video

Introducing 18-Year-Old R&B-Pop Artist Cat Burns – New Single ‘Sober’ Out Today

18-year-old singer-songwriter Cat Burns is ready to stamp her mark on the UK music scene with her bracingly honest and distinctive R&B-pop sound and style, which is superbly displayed through her new single ‘Sober’ out today (7th September) via RAW Records label.

OUT TODAY! “Moonless Night” EP from soulful popicana duo Freddy & Francine

Saint Sister, the duo from the North of Ireland, are set to release their debut album “Shape of Silence”. Next week they support Hozier at his sold out London show at Koko on the 11th of September before embarking on a 3 week headline tour of the USA and Canada, starting in Washington on the 21st of September.

From Peacefrog Records: Charlene Soraia releases ‘Where’s My Tribe’

One voice. One guitar. Recorded by the artist alone in her South London flat – with no edits, no autotune and mostly in one take – ‘Where’s My Tribe’ is the first single to be released from Charlene Soraia’s raw and simple album, due for release January 2019.

DENIED New Official Video – The Title Track From ‘Freedom Of Speech’

Swedish metal band Denied have released an official video for the title track from this years juggernaut of an album, Freedom Of Speech. A rifftastic tune of angry, petulant guitars going full-tilt into oblivion. The track also features female backing vocals contributed by special guest Madde Svärd.

Out today > Amnesia Scanner > debut album ‘Another Life’ (PAN) > stream here

Another Life is the debut album from Amnesia Scanner, the Berlin-based music duo, performing arts group, experience design studio and production house, created by Finnish-born Ville Haimala and Martti Kalliala.

Friction releases new 12-track album ‘Connections’

The Brighton-born DJ, who has cemented a reputation as one of the most adept artists in the scene, laces the release with a wide range of eclectic records, including the ferocious ‘Ultrafunk’, a rippling dnb sizzler with Friction’s long-time friend-turned-collaborator, Metrik. Displaying his diversity across the album, Friction teams up with acclaimed vocalist JP Cooper on ‘Dancing’, one of the few tracks to have already been released as a single, before launching into the more high-tempo nature of ‘Killing Me’ with Rothwell.


Mystery Man harks back to her cowgirl poetry brand, with the song acting as a short story complete with spaghetti western, country-rock guitar swirls intertwining with her distorted, hazy vocals and impassioned drums.


The track is the follow-up to his galvanizing summer smash “Leave A Light On” that has resonated with fans around the globe. The inspirational hit has sold more than 1.8 million singles worldwide, reached #1 on iTunes in 16 countries, including his native UK where the song has nearly reached the 600,000 plateau, soaring to the Top Ten in 39 countries. The moving song and the affecting new “Angels” will be featured on Tom’s debut album, What A Time To Be Alive, which will be available October 19 on Epic Records (complete Tracklisting below). The new album is available for pre-order and includes five instant grat tracks including the new single “Angels,” “Leave A Light On,” “My Way,” “Just You And I,” and “Blessings.” The album’s title is taken from the latter song, “Blessings,” epitomizing the hope and optimism that permeates the entire 12-song collection.


Directed by Kanye West & Amanda Adelson

Carl Broemel (My Morning Jacket) Releases Title Track To New Album

On September 21, Carl Broemel will release Wished Out via Stocks In Asia / Thirty Tigers. The album marks his third solo release and follow up to 2016’s acclaimed 4th of July. Today, Broemel released the video for the title track to the forthcoming album.

Dom Ford Releases Their Debut Single Today

Already amassing over 100K streams on SoundCloud and becoming somewhat of a viral track even before the official release, “Whatever I Want” is written and produced by Colorado-based DJ/Producer duo Dom Form, originally known as Covina & Mateo. The single features the soft, yet sultry vocal prowess of Lexi Shanley that perfectly complements alongside the pop-infused elements that truly make this song meant for repeated listening.

THE FRATELLIS Release New Single “Let’s Go!”

Jon Fratelli says: “We are really happy to be coming back to play some shows in Europe and return to Asia this year, one of the joys of being a musician lies in the variation culturally of the audiences we play to, when we play shows in Europe this seems to be amplified, I don’t think we’ll ever tire of being in the position to play our music anywhere where people want to hear it, hopefully these shows will have something for everyone with songs from Costello Music through to In Your Own Sweet Time… We’re looking forward to seeing you all there.”

Steven A. Clark LP out now

Miami artist Steven A. Clark has released his new album Where Neon Goes To Die via Secretly Canadian. Produced by Boys Noize the album is 80s pop / R&B inspired in the vein of Peter Gabriel meets Frank Ocean using Miami as the backdrop. You can see him on tour starting this weekend as support for Chromeo.

Super City Share New “Hurry” Single Via All Things Go | ‘Sanctuary’ LP Out Today

Baltimore-based alternative five-piece, Super City, has shared a brand new single titled, “Hurry” via All Things Go. Earlier this month, they shared a video for their first single, “Sanctuary,” in an exclusive premiere with The 405. They praised the track, saying it “pulses with life as the band’s synchronized performance transforms a docile crowd into a moshing mess of chaotic fun.” The single, “Sanctuary,” has been receiving a lot of attention on the radio waves, receiving spins across the country , such as 91X San Diego, KFMA Tuscon, and Alternative Buffalo 107.7, amongst others .


Today, Friday September 7th, sees the release of Paul McCartney’s 17th solo album Egypt Station, which critics across the world are already hailing as a stellar addition to his peerless catalogue.

Egypt Station is the first full album of all-new McCartney music since 2013’s international chart-topping NEW. The album was recorded between Los Angeles, London and Sussex, and produced (with the exception of one Ryan Tedder track) by Greg Kurstin (Adele, Beck, Foo Fighters).

Of the album’s enigmatic title, Paul says, “I liked the words ‘Egypt Station.’ It reminded me of the ‘album’ albums we used to make… Egypt Station starts off at the station on the first song and then each song is like a different station. So it gave us some idea to base all the songs around that. I think of it as a dream location that the music emanates from.”

Genre-defying artist Just Loud shares latest single ‘Diamonds And Dope Boys’

Genre-bending soul and funk rocker Just Loud has just released the official video for his brand new single, ‘Diamonds and Dope Boys’. The visual captures the grandeur of an abandoned rectory – though it is timeworn, it beautifully refracts light just like a diamond. ‘Diamonds and Dope Boys’ stands as Just Loud’s most striking stylistic divergence yet, a weightless funk cut that’s as reminiscent of The Love Below-era OutKast as it is fellow traveler Childish Gambino’s narcotic funk fantasias.


The Faim’s debut EP, Summer Is A Curse, is out today! The six-track effort was recorded with the iconic John Feldmann (blink-182, Good Charlotte, All Time Low) and features four brand new songs in addition to smash single, “Summer Is A Curse,” and the band’s latest release, “A Million Stars.” The EP also serves as a prelude to the group’s highly-anticipated first full-length album, slated for 2019. During the recording process, the Perth natives teamed up with industry staples including Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy (on “Saints Of The Sinners”), Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots, Mark Hoppus of blink-182, and Ashton Irwin of 5 Seconds of Summer (on “Summer Is A Curse”).

Arthur Buck Debut New Video / U.S. Tour Begins This Evening In Seattle

Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck of R.E.M. fame will begin their first ever tour in support of their debut album, Arthur Buck (New West Records), this evening in Seattle. The band will also be performing live on KEXP today at 3PM PST. Their thirteen-city tour will visit: Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Athens, Atlanta, Nashville, Philadelphia, Boston, Brooklyn, Washington D.C., Chicago and Minneapolis.

Watch Joseph Arthur, Peter Buck’s Psychedelic ‘The Wanderer’ Video

Yoshi Flower Release “Brown Paper Bag (Maxi)” Today On GRDN/Interscope Records

Multi-genre musician, Yoshi Flower shares “Brown Paper Bag (Maxi)” today on GRDN/Interscope Records. The mixtape serves as the Detroit native’s debut and contains the already released tracks “Just Cuz We’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They’re Not Onto Us,” “Brown Paper Bag,” and “Brown Paper Bag 2.0 (feat. Rico Nasty)” to which The Fader says “Together, the pair creates a mood that’s both angsty and boastful.”

Leah Labelle’s Posthumous Ep, Love to the Moon, is Released Today!

The five-song collection showcases her expansive range, overpowering soul, and immortal spirit. It kicks off with “Sun”, produced and written by mentor and GRAMMY Award-winning icon Pharrell. Springing ahead on an upbeat bounce awash in bright otherworldy energy, the track builds towards an unshakable and undeniable chant. Meanwhile, “Made Man” produced by Midi Jones and written by Sam Hook ignites a simmering slow burn, culminating on the confession, “I made a man out of this.”

Elise Davis Releases New Album ‘Cactus’ – Showcasing at AmericanaFest Next Week

Today, Elise Davis released her sophomore album Cactus, the follow up to her 2016 critically-acclaimed debut The Token. The new album finds Davis moving between lush alt-country and stripped-down folk confessionals, gluing everything together with story-driven songs about independence, liberation, and resilience as an adult woman.


Fresh off an international headlining tour and their latest release “Meet Mr. Niceguy”, New Orleans rap duo $uicideboy$ (comprised of $lick and Ruby Da Cherry) have shared their long-awaited official studio debut, I Want To Die in New Orleans, out today via G59 Records / Caroline. Prior to release the album garnered over 40,000 units in pre-sales worldwide. The debut builds on their signature and genre-expanding production and arrives after the duo has spent time traveling the globe. I Want to Die in New Orleans showcases the duo’s versatility in both sound and lyrics while emphasizing their growth as artists.


Following last month’s MTV Video Music Award’s performance of “Apple Juice” (recently praised by Howard Stern), a remixed release of “Body Count” featuring Kehlani and Normani, appearances at AFROPUNK and Made In America, two notable features on Eminem’s newest album Kamikaze, a collaboration with Calvin Harris and Sam Smith on “Promises” and now topping over 230M streams worldwide, Jessie Reyez has announced that her second EP, Being Human in Public, is set to be released on October 19, 2018 via FMLY / ISLAND. Additionally, today she’s shared another new track, “F*** Being Friends”, to kick off the sale of her North American “Being Human on Tour” Fall dates.

Jonathan Franco shares first track “Wine Lips” off his upcoming album out early Nov

Detroit-based musician, Jonathan Franco spent four years writing and recording his debut solo album, Swimming Alone Around the Room. Starting essentially from scratch after discarding his previous recordings, each song was meticulously arranged through obsessive experimentation with manipulating sounds and instruments, as well as gathering field recordings around Detroit and New York. Franco pulls inspiration from indie rock forbearers like Mount Eerie, The Silver Jews, Yo La Tengo, Bedhead, and Sparklehorse and mixes it with influences from composers and sound artists like Haruomi Hosono, Elaine Radigue, Jim O’Rourke, and Yoshi Wada. Much of Swimming Alone Around the Room also resulted from the influence of film, with Franco citing directors Shane Carruth and Yorgos Lanthimos as having made an impact.

mxdwn PREMIERE: Jonathan Franco Blends Crystalline Guitars with Lo-Fi Casio Tones on New Song “Wine Lips”

Kazzie Connects with CupcaKKe For a Raunchy New Single

“What happens in the strip club, stays in the strip club” croons New Jersey rapper Kazzie in his latest video. Teaming up with provocative Chicago native CupcaKKe for a raunchy new anthem, Kazzie shares “Ass & Titties.” In the video, Kazzie and CupcaKKe mob in front of a city skyline, as Kazzie lists his strip club expectations and CupcaKKe delivers her signature explicit rhymes: “On his knees like he believe in Jesus.” Premiered by Dirty-Glove Bastard, “Ass & Titties” is the latest single from Kazzie & The Wavy Bunch, Kazzie’s latest mixtape. Released by SLS Entertainment, Kazzie & The Wavy Bunch finds Kazzie demonstrating his electric chemistry with a cadre of rising female emcees.

Rising NZ Act ALAE Drop New Track, Announce Debut Album Release Date

Today, Alae, the New Zealand band with a world-class sound, releases their highly anticipated new single, “All Gived Up.”

A transformative ode to resilience and the need to keep trying through the darkest of times, “All Gived Up,” is the third single from Alae’s debut album, Henry Street, which drops everywhere on October 26.

Madison Cunningham: Billboard video premiere and interview

Cunningham recently signed to Verve Forecast and is currently recording her debut full-length LP. She has previously performed as a duet partner with Punch Brothers’ Chris Thile on APM’s “Live From Here”, and is a regular performer on the show. Her new music follows the release of last year’s debut EP, Love, Lose, Remember.

The Molochs celebrate album release with new video for ‘Too Lost In Love’

The Molochs are celebrating the release of their second album ‘Flowers In The Spring’ today via Innovative Leisure with a new video for the latest single from the record, ‘Too Lost in Love’. The album premiered at Hype Machine earlier this week where it was described as a “confident collection (that) touches on topics of love and disgrace and life and death”. The new video was inspired by the work of legendary filmmaker Jonathan Demme, as director Evan Pritts explains below:

BRUX Delivers Enchanting Incantation On Sophomore Single “Paper Boy”

While the artist behind BRUX has previous songwriting credits on records by Madeaux, Flight Facilities and The Aston Shuffle, this new project is an avenue in which she feels inspired to push personal and musical boundaries. Despite being a new face to the scene, BRUX has established herself as a force to be reckoned with.

Emma Charles Shares New Doug Schadt-Produced Slice of Folk Pop–“Far From Here”

Singer Songwriter Emma Charles has teamed up with lauded producer Doug Schadt (Maggie Rogers, Emmy the Great) and recorded new tracks that set the tone for a new direction in her career. The first to be released, “Far From Here,” pairs her strikingly clear vocals with Schadt’s sophisticated wide screen production on the contemplative, melancholy-inflected song. “Far From Here” will be released digitally on September 7 via Sky Music, an imprint of the respected jazz-centric Resilience Music Alliance. Charles is the debut artist on the pop-oriented label.


Mumbai born singer-songwriter Nikhil releases his debut EP, ‘Simple Kind Of Love’, on September 7 via eastwest/Warner Music. Produced by Jonathan Quarmby (Benjamin Clementine – At Least For Now) at London’s Rak Studios, the full release will be led by the EP’s title track ‘Simple Kind Of Love’, which follows three Radio 2 play-listed singles that have amassed over 1 million streams online.

KID CADAVER Announces Highly Anticipated “Delude” EP

After a four year hiatus, LA’s KID CADAVER is back with their new EP, Delude (Out September 21st). The five-track EP features single “sleep touching” which Buzzbands.LA called, “A pop song that finds Kid Cadaver at their most wistful and wounded.” Along with the EP announcement, the band is also releasing their video for “borderline”, edited and directed. by frontman Ray Venta.


Sigala recently reached the landmark of having one billion Spotify streams across his single releases. To date, he has already had seven UK Top 10 singles, eight global Platinum singles, and eight global Gold singles whilst racking up over 575k UK radio plays since launching in July 2015, including six Top 10 airplay hits and a #1 with “Lullaby” that is also the fourth biggest airplay hit at UK radio this year – making him one of the most consistent British artists of the past four years at radio.

Banoffee Shares “Muscle Memory” Video/Track Via Noisey | Single Out Now

“”Muscle Memory”, the first single is one of the oldest tracks on the record. I wrote it during a break up in 2016, when I fled to a friend’s house by the beach and lived in his bungalow for the month. I had a broken hand and a very broken heart and fell into a deep depression. I slept in the bed I’d shared with my partner only months before and felt like I was living amongst our ghosts. “Muscle Memory” is about living in that phantom realm, where your body still feels in two places at once.

Dan Howls debut album ‘A Dime a Dozen’ out now; new single ‘Mary Lou’

Dan Howls is an appropriate name for an artist with such a bellowing roar. Big, gritty and acidic, it is a voice that belongs to the blues… a human being merely wields it. Tried and tested through years of live performance, Dan has finally unveiled his stunning debut album, A Dime a Dozen.

Darwin’s Sam Carmody drops new single and EP Shadow in the Dream

Born in Geraldton, drawn to Perth and now based in Darwin, Sam Carmody has been active as a writer across various projects and formats. In 2012 he won a WAM Song of the Year award for his work with Perth four-piece Warning Birds. In 2016 Carmody released his first novel The Windy Season and was shortlisted for the Vogel’s Award – Australia’s most prestigious literary prize for young writers. In 2017 the novel won the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction. Moving forward, Sam’s creative focus lies in his solo musical output and his desire to get back on stage, having just appeared at the Darwin Festival supporting Tia Gostellow.

Ray William Roldan – “Falling Star” – Lyric Video