SiriusXM announced today that for the 15th consecutive year, it will broadcast live from ULTRA Music Festival, the world famous outdoor electronic dance music festival, beginning Friday, March 29. ULTRA Music Festival will take place this year at an all new and larger festival grounds at Virginia Key on Biscayne Bay in Miami.
SiriusXM listeners will hear live DJ sets from The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Tiësto, Afrojack, Nicky Romero and others all weekend long. SiriusXM’s “UMF Radio” channel will launch on Tuesday, March 26 at 12:00 pm ET and will air through Monday, April 1 via satellite on channel 51, and through the SiriusXM app on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com.
Ria Mae Shares Struggle with Social Media on New EP STARS
Canadian pop singer Ria Mae takes listeners on an emotional voyage through relationships on her new EP, Stars. Navigating beyond lyrical and sonic boundaries, Stars allows listeners to feel a sense of human connection, something Ria believes is lacking in today’s social climate.
Jnr. Williams’ video for “Blue River” premieres! Debut EP out now
The song is from Williams’ debut EP Where We Start, out now on Arista/Insanity Records. The new music has already begun to receive praise with Wonderland Magazine calling the lead track, “A Prayer,” “emotional” and furthering that the song’s visuals are “powerful.” FLOOD Magazine adds, “With nothing but piano for accompaniment, the recording strips the song to its bare bones, leaving Williams’ confident, quivering voice in the foreground.”
Papercuts shares new 3-song EP, on tour now in Europe w/ Steve Gunn
With their recent release Parallel Universe Blues, LA/SF group Papercuts turned-in their most accomplished album to date, with main Papercut Jason Quever’s excellent dream-pop songwriting ideally complemented by the considerable production chops we’ve come to know and love from his work with Beach House, Luna, Cass McCombs and many others. Riding an updated girl group shuffle, new single “Kathleen Says” is a gorgeous slice of updated Spectorian pop that adds a psychedelic edge to the perfect pop melodies. Sitting somewhere between The Rain Parade and The Jesus & Mary Chain, it’s a great reminder of just how strong and deep Parallel Universe Blues is.
UK Indie Duo Long For The Coast Release “Clarity”
Long For The Coast’s soon to be released single, ‘Clarity’ is a deeply personal ‘coming of age’ story, acknowledging the care-free fire of youth and our transition into the complexity of adulthood: relationships, bravery and insecurity – “We dare to speak with dignity; our courage and our doubts”.
The video premiered via Earmilk where TRKRNR detailed, “How this video came together was out of pure love and joy for community. We wanted this video to represent the Bay Area’s rich culture of beauty and diversity, as well as feature some amazing local artists. The title is ‘No Summer Days’ because in the Bay we function regardless of the season.”
03 Greedo Shares Strip Club-Set Vid For Mustard-Produced “Wasted” ft. YG
Alternating melodic flights of fancy with endlessly inventive rhymes, 03 Greedo redefines the sound of Los Angeles hip-hop. Just days after announcing Still Summers In The Projects album, executive produced by L.A. superproducer Mustard, Greedo shared the video for the project’s lead single “Wasted,” featuring an appearance from YG. Premiered last week by Rolling Stone, the single is a titanic banger and a super-charged throwback to the ratchet era. The brand new video dramatizes the “2019 Stripper Olympics,” shining a spotlight on some of Southern California’s finest dancers as they compete. Featuring additional appearances from Shoreline Mafia and Trilliano, Still Summer In The Projects arrives this Spring via Alamo/Interscope.
The Hugs Premiere “Mile High Lady” Video via Too Much Love
If Brit-pop and the Pacific Northwest made sweet, dirty love, you’d get The Hugs. Their angst-ridden, get-up-and-dance sound is cut with a dose of nostalgic indie and garage rock that only comes as a product of slightly off-centered creative types and too many consecutive days of rain.
Mark Mulcahy (Miracle Legion) announces new album; shares first song
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Mark Mulcahy returns with his brand-new LP, The Gus, which will be available on Friday, June 7 on the Mezzotint Label. The Gus is Mulcahy’s sixth solo record and follows 2017’s dynamic The Possum in the Driveway and his celebrated 2013 return record, Dear Mark J Mulcahy I Love You. Consequence of Sound premiered the album’s first song, “Taking Baby Steps,” today via a new video directed by Jason Mazzotta and features fellow musician Andy Goulet.
PULCHRA MORTE: Death/Doom Unit Issues “IX” Guitar Playthrough
Death/doom unit PULCHRA MORTE – featuring current and former members of Wolvhammer, Eulogy, Harkonin, Withered, and more – has unleashed a guitar playthrough for “IX.” The tune comes by way of the band’s Divina Autem Et Aniles full-length, released earlier this year via Ceremonial Records.
OUT NOW: CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN – NEW SINGLE & VIDEO – 2ALL
Speaking directly to fans and friends through his lyrics, Catfish and the Bottlemen’s Van McCann opens up about lies, loyalty and love with new single, 2all, OUT NOW on Island Records. An incisive, bass-driven three minutes of lean songwriting, the track offers another hint of what lies in wait on the arena-filling band’s third album, The Balance, released on Fri 26 April 2019.
Indie rock band Yucca King new album ‘Popcorn but also House Fire’ (Releases April 26)
Yucca King was formed in 2016 in New York City. After years of working through influences ranging from Primus and the Talking Heads to Tom Waits and Radiohead, YK have cemented a sound and ethos of angular, irreverent rock. While their debut album, “The Ghost of Everyone” sounds like a band keen on showcasing all of their influences equally, YK’s second album, “Popcorn, but also House Fire” is focused, direct, and unforgiving. Led by the mania of singer Greg Arent’s lead vocal, the band is at its paranoid peak.
Tisoki Signs To Dim Mak; Label Debut “Relate” Out May 3
Steve Aoki’s record label Dim Mak has signed buzzing producer Tisoki to a global deal. The signing will see Tisoki release numerous tracks through the label, beginning with “Relate,” out on May 3. Later this month Tisoki is set to play his first official Dim Mak gig at Miami Music Week. He joins Aoki, Slushii, 4B, Henry Fong, Max Styler, Bok Nero and Kendoll for Dim Mak Miami 2019 at Mana Wynwood on Wednesday, March 27. Soon after, Tisoki plays alongside Zeds Dead and Jauz at their Deadbeats Goes Off The Deep End Miami III party and with NGHTMRE & SLANDER for Gud Vibrations at the legendary Colorado venue Red Rocks.
I'm proud to announce that I've signed to DIM MAK records and have a ton of new music on the way.to celebrate, here's…
C. Malloy “Righteous & Ratchet” New Single!
In celebration of Marvin Gaye’s 80th birthday on April 2, Motown/UMe will release his never-issued 1972 Tamla/Motown album, You’re The Man, in 2LP gatefold vinyl and digital editions on March 29th with a CD release arriving early April. You’re The Man features all of Gaye’s solo and non-soundtrack recordings from 1972, with most of the album’s tracks making their vinyl release debuts. SaLaAM ReMi’s new mix of the album track “My Last Chance” is available now for streaming and for immediate download with album pre-order.
KOTA – ‘Parking in Dark Spaces’ EP + Video
Big guitars, pounding drums, music that will make you put your fist in the air – Melbourne alt-rock trio KOTA are making a splash with Heaving, the first single from their upcoming debut EP Parking in Dark Spaces.
How to Release Music The Right Way
The class was streamed on Facebook by WWOZ and it was so comprehensive and the musician’s in the audience added a tremendous amount by asking pertinent questions. We went really deep!