New video: Tom Speight releases video for new single ‘Want You’

On the track, Tom quotes:- “I started recording my album in March and managed to record about half of it.. however, in April I was taken ill with my Crohn?s disease and ended up being in hospital for 2 months until I was in remission..10 days later I started recording and putting the finishing touches to ?Want You? I wanted to finish this first because it felt like the most positive song on the album and after a tough spell I wanted to put a positive edge on things! I recorded it with Chris Bond (Ben Howard) my long-term collaborator in Devon. It carries on what we?ve built so far, a mixture between folk indie pop! Influenced by The Shins & War on Drugs. It?s the next stage in my progression as an artist.”

Watch > enigmatic Icelandic trio aYia release video for ‘Sparkle’ + live dates

“When subjects are confined to a lockdown of monotony, their routine turns toxic. When sound is recorded and played back in the same environment some information will always be lost. Meanwhile the ambient noise and resounding frequencies of the surroundings become stronger. When this is repeated again and again the original meaning of the recording will be lost as the surrounding resonance – which could hardly be noticed at first – consumes it. Similarly the human actions performed in a monotonous routine eventually lose their original meaning. The loop becomes self destructive. The subjects begin to find meaning in the noise seeping through the cracks. This is where we enter.” – aYia

Tove-Lo-esque Pop-Dance Evening Anthem, “Night Now”

Ironically based on the “rock” of Gibraltar, Israeli-born Kerria, is leading the charge of pop music which delivers not only insanely catchy melodies but also cutting-edge song-writing, blistering production and stunning visuals. With over one million views of her videos so far on YouTube, Kerria is poised to become one of the rising stars of Europe’s pop-dance scene, with Night Now being your rallying call to hit the dancefloors!

Toronto rapper and artist Sean Leon drops 32-min audio film for “Sean Leon (The Death Of)”

Mixing psychedelic R&B with futuristic hip-hop beats and provocative lyrics with snippets of dialogue, Leon takes listeners on an introspective journey where tempos and moods shift as he documents the death of an era, of an approach, of a way of thinking. This magnum opus is meant to be experienced as a narrated journey with rich prose and imagery unraveling throughout, introducing various protagonists, all part of Sean Leon’s life. Polarizing moments of bliss are sparsely followed by gripping passages. Ultimately, Sean Leon (The Death Of) allows for the deliverance and renaissance of Sean’s persona and creative process with newly found inspirations and expectations.

Kingsley – “Lock Me” (Official Music Video)

Kingsley delivers the visual for his single, “Lock Me” produced by AimeZ and directed by Nimi Hendrix.

Kingsley is a versatile Hip-Hop artist who dominates the urban scene with his catchy style, witty lyricism and charisma. With his endless creative melodies, Kingsley is sure to win the crowd, which is truly an undeniable skill.

Watch Futuristic Techno Video Made Entirely By Self Made DIY Sonic Robots: Moritz Simon Geist

As the core piece to his 4 track-EP, the visual for “Entropy” chronicles the process of building a deep techno track from scratch with Geist’s motorized hand made instruments referred to as his ‘Sonic Robots’. Using 3D-printed robo-kalimbas, tonal glasses, drone guitar, recycled hard drives, and pneumatic hi-hats, Moritz gradually creates a bassy, staccato club track. As the rave-ready track becomes more layered, the room becomes increasingly filled with musical machines until the track peaks.

Jacco Gardner announces “Somnium,” due 11/23 on Polyvinyl Record Co.

So reads the text on the inner sleeve of Jacco Gardner’s latest, and third, LP. It’s an analogy that extends from a Nietzsche quote: “There are various eyes. Even the Sphinx has eyes: and as a result there are various truths, and as a result there is no truth.”

Lyrics Born Releases “Can’t Lose My Joy” Ahead of Lymphoma Awareness Day

“Unfortunately, one in three Americans are living with cancer, and my family is no different,” says Lyrics Born. “We kept my wife, Joyo Velarde’s 15 year battle with non-hodgkins lymphoma a secret from the public until now. ‘Can’t Lose My Joy’ (f/Aloe Blacc) chronicles her being diagnosed at a time when we were working, touring, recording artists with our careers just beginning to blossom. In the spirit of National Lymphoma Awareness month & day, we hope this song from my forthcoming album Quite A Life, inspires you to keep pushing and staying optimistic. There is always hope.”

The Marcus King Band release new single ‘Where I’m Headed’

The fast-rising Marcus King Band have revealed a new track, ‘Where I’m Headed’, taken from their upcoming / third studio album Carolina Confessions, out October 5th via Snakefarm Records on CD, vinyl & DL.

Mir Fontane Dedicates “Bodega” Music Video to Bronx Teen, “Junior” Guzman-FelizM

Camden rapper, Mir Fontane kicks off the fall with his new “Bodega” music video, which premiered exclusively with Hypebeast. The Sage English directed visuals were dedicated to Bronx teen, Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz, who tragically lost his life outside of a bodega this past June and sparked a national outcry for legislation to require small businesses to protect children in danger on their property.

“Guitar Hero” Hamish Anderson Premieres NEW Video on BIllboard and Announces Fall Tour via Pollstar

Australia-born, blues-rock artist Hamish Anderson announces his new video, “No Good” with a premiere on Billboard , who deems Anderson as a””singer, songwriter and guitar hero.” The track, which debuted on Relix Magazine, was selected for Spotify’s Official ‘Nu Blues’ playlist. Hamish’s new single “No Good” picks up where Trouble (2016) left off – featuring heavier rock sounds & produced by 7x Grammy winner Jim Scott (Tom Petty, Tedeschi Trucks) with drummer Johnny Radelat (Gary Clark Jr), bassist Chris Bruce (Meshell Ndegeocello) and organist Jerry Borge (Jonathan Wilson).