Echo Black Release Official Music Video for “Poison Apple”
“Sink your teeth into something sweet, babies! We are incredibly excited to finally present our new visual experience, Poison Apple! The entire team worked tirelessly to make this video come to life, and she is one hell of a party! Our main goal was to show you another side of Echo Black. Cause, sometimes, you need to put on a green fur and a unicorn head and let the glitter take over…” – Echo Black
Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling artist, Mike Posner (“I Took a Pill in Ibiza,” “Cooler Than Me”), is back with his first song in over two years with brand new single, “Song About You.” The melodic genre-defying track, which is the first single off his forthcoming album, was released today, September 10th, via Island Records.
Oh Sees shared the video for their track “Overthrown” on Clash. They also recently shared the video for “Anthemic Aggressor” on Paste. The band has announced a fall North American tour starting 10/2 in San Francisco and will also play three NYC shows. Tour dates are below. Oh Sees new LP ‘Smote Reverser’ is out now on Castle Face Records.
Global Music Award-winning nomadic folk metal group TENGGER CAVALRY recently announced their upcoming return to Carnegie Hall’s stunning Weill Recital Hall in New York City (154 W 57th St.) for a special performance on Thursday, September 20. The performance will begin at 8:00 PM and tickets start at $30. The performance will feature traditional nomadic musical techniques and instruments such as throat singing, Mongolian long song, and Morin Khuur. The line-up for the event will include Nature on fiddle, Zong Li on keyboard, Wulijimuren on fiddle, Randy on drums, Greg on bass, and Pat on guitar. Visit this link for more information.
Bask in the Endless Summer with MAISØN’s Dazzling Debut Track “Under My Clothes” on Armada Chill
Newcomer MAISØN makes his stunning debut on Armada Chill with “Under My Clothes,” delivering tropical vibes and a hint of melancholy that perfectly encapsulates the end of summer. Through its breezy, organic melodies and lush vocals by MAJRO, “Under My Clothes” conjures images of sun-drenched, hazy days and endless sultry nights with someone special, with the underlying knowledge that nothing gold can stay. The track’s title phrase is meant to be both literal and metaphorical, according to MAISØN. “The lyrics are about an addiction as everyone is addicted to something. That’s why I think a lot of people will find them meaningful,” the Swedish producer says. He hopes to unite audiences under the shadow that addiction – whether to substances or love – casts on so many people.
Bumsy and the Moochers (Ska/Pop Punk) Signs With Imminence Records
“When Imminence Records asked us to be a part of their family, we were super excited! We knew of the label and how it could bring us to the next level. It was perfect timing when they asked us to sign with them as we were just finishing up recording our second full length album. We are happy to release this new album with such an amazing and diverse label. This album has our greatest music yet and we love that an awesome label is giving it the attention it deserves.” – Caitlin Edwards (Vocalist/Guitarist)
PALACE REVOLUTION Release ‘Kingdom’ EP
Kingdom, the debut EP release from Canberra’s alternative rock band Palace Revolution is out now. This grungy release features chunky guitar riffs coupled with vintage organ sounds and intricate drums. Kingdom is the title track from the EP.
On September 21, the soundtrack to the critically acclaimed new movie Skate Kitchen will be released via Darkroom/Interscope Records. Today marks the premiere of the soundtrack’s lead single: “Heaven” by Clairo, available now through all digital retailers below, and accompanying music video, launched yesterday by the FADER. In a very special collaboration, the “Heaven” video is co-directed by Skate Kitchen’s director Crystal Moselle and its star Rachelle Vinberg.
Rebel Sound Records is proud to announce the world premiere of Ben Barbic’s brand new music video for his song “Break Free” featuring Ras Fraser Jr. Since coming into the Reggae scene back in 2013 with his release Improve the Silence, Ben has been putting in work having released one album, two EPs and a slew of singles. This track is about taking all that hard work which Ben has been putting in and finding time to create a balance between working hard and finding time for leisure.
Skating Polly is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist duo Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse who started their band in Oklahoma in 2009. They recorded their debut album Taking Over The World in 2010 and literally did that garnering so much praise from the music world. After the release of 2016’s The Big Fit, Veruca Salt’s Louise Post and Nina Gordon reached out for a writing session that ultimately led to 2017’s New Trick EP. Now Kelli’s brother Kurtis Mayo is in the band and the trio is about to release their latest full length, The Make It All Show. Skating Polly is our new favorite band. If you listen to the music and watch “Free Will At Ease” premiering today. You will understand why.
Juiceboxxx Shares “Ripping Up My Soul” Track
Milwaukee enigma JUICEBOXXX has released the lead single from his forthcoming EP, out next week via Dangerbird Records. ‘Ripping Up My Soul’ is a rock and roll appraisal of a rock and roll lifestyle. “This song is about subculture as a weird spiritual surrogate, and trying to navigate a life after years of rock and roll damage,” says the man himself. “Coming to grips with this force that has both given your life meaning but also made it deeply confusing. Sometimes I feel trapped in the basement, the dive bar, the warehouse, whatever… There is a punk rock version of “Catholic guilt” and I don’t really know how to process it. Some people end up dying. But I continue write songs. And try to take it one day at a time.”
Flippa’s gruff demeanor, realist lyrics, and dexterous flow sets him apart in the crowded ATL trap game. Reflecting on his past trials and tribulations, Flippa proves that he’s no rookie in the rap game on “Been Through It.” Ferociously attacking a haunting and minimal instrumental, marked by eerie church organ and subterranean bass, Flippa recounts the things he’s seen and the things he’s prepared to do to keep his lofty perch in the hood. “Been Through It” is the second single from Up To Something, the rapper’s upcoming mixtape, following the spacey and triumphant “Don’t Play Me.” Up To Something hits all DSPs on September 14th.
Atlantic recording group Why Don’t We have sold out New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall in less than two hours, as part of their upcoming 8 Letters Tour. Set for spring 2019, the cross-country marks the group’s most extensive North American headline tour to date. For complete details and ticket availability, please visit whydontwemusic.com.
The forthcoming tour supports Why Don’t We’s just released debut full length album, 8 Letters, which debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard 200 at #9. Upon its release, the album immediately shot to #1 on iTunes’ Overall Albums chart ahead of artists like Eminem, Ariana Grande, and Drake among others. A worldwide phenomenon, the album also topped charts in over 20 more territories around the globe. 8 Letters is available now at all music retailers and streaming services – download/stream here.
NEW MUSIC: KYLE MEAGHER “Nowhere” | Skope
16-year-old Canadian pop artist, KYLE MEAGHER, releases new single, “NOWHERE”. The track is already being played on over a dozen stations, including Radio Disney. While new to the music scene, Kyle is also a talented and successful actor. He’s currently featured in the NETFLIX series “Anne with an E”.
Hailing from the epicenter of House music, DJ / producer John Summit harnesses the classic soul of his Chicago hometown’s underground spirit and splices it with contemporary flavor. Now, Summit has joined forces with Atlanta’s Psycho Disco! Records for the release of a brand new EP titled ‘Touch Me.’