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Trisha Yearwood Releases Highly Anticipated New Single “Every Girl in This Town” Today!

The song sets the stage for the fall 2019 release of the artist’s first full-length country record since 2007’s critically acclaimed Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love and follows on the heels of the 2019 Frank Sinatra homage, Let’s Be Frank—featured by Rolling Stone, Billboard, and more.

Cartae releases anticipated debut EP ‘Minutes’

First making her mark as part of Mini Kingz alongside BenjiFlow, Ragz Originale and Oscar #Worldpeace, Cartae has stepped into the solo world and created an impressive piece of work with ‘Minutes’. A soulful fusion of R&B, pop and alternative sounds, Cartae elegantly flows into each track on the project. Executively produced by Ragz Originale, some tracks were also co-produced by Cartae herself, showcasing a strong sense of identity with sultry, hypnotic vocals throughout.

For Men’s Health Week, Adam Lanceley Confronts Mental Health

Appearing on Sky News to talk about how he lives each day with a spectre of serious mental health issues, Adam Lanceley releases “Nights On The Dance Floor”. A track that precedes his forthcoming album The Rainbow’s Legacy, Adam’s album is a fight back against one of the toughest periods of his life and radiates his ever-present infectious optimism.

Courage drops trippy visuals for vibrant single ‘Right Now’

With the animations produced by motion designer Alice Backham and illustrations by renowned artist Stella Murphy, the trippy visuals showcase a retro television screen displaying a seemingly endless loop of colourful cartoon characters tailored to an adult audience. The cartoons presented vary between animals, superheroes, aliens, rotating fruit and ordinary people living their everyday lives. The immersive, vintage video complements the track’s bouncy bassline and brings the pop and dance elements of the production to life.

New Music This Week – Jonas Brothers, Bob Dylan, Silversun Pickups, and More

New Releases for June 07, 2019 – Here are the AllMusic editors’ picks for the most noteworthy releases this week. Looking for more? Visit our New Releases page.

Ocean Alley release breathtaking new single ‘Infinity’

Aussie groove masters Ocean Alley have released their brand new single ‘Infinity’, the dreamy follow-up to their most recent cut ‘Stained Glass’. Premiered by Billboard in the US, the track comes in the midst of the band’s North American tour, providing yet another taste of their infectious brand of genre-fusing bliss.

New > Joey LaBeija (House of LaBeija) > shares single “Tears In My Hennessey” > full LP out 13th June

Joey LaBeija has long been known in New York’s underground as a DJ and producer of jagged club music, as well as fourth generation member of the legendary vogue house House of LaBeija .

Affiliated with friends and collaborators like Bbymutha and LSDXOXO, his DJ sets mix everything from ballroom to reggaeton to edits from forward-thinking club.

Ambient duo AVA share new single ‘Resistance’

AVA is Anna Phoebe (Jorja Smith, Erland Cooper) and Aisling Brouwer – a duo who create ambient soundscapes based on intricate interplay between violin and piano. Both are professional composers in their own right; Aisling for film and TV and Anna for multi-platinum selling bands and artists, but it is through AVA that the pair carve out their own musical identity in collaboration with each other.

Annabel Allum reveals cinematic video starring Tallulah Haddon for ‘You Got It Good’

Annabel Allum has teamed up with exciting British director Alex Taylor (director of cult British cyber-goth film Spaceship) to create a visually arresting music video for her latest single You Got It Good. It stars her friend and PAPER/i-D/Wonderland profiled South London actor, drag & performance artist and model Tallulah Haddon, who has made waves for her performances in Channel 4/Netflix’s Kiss Me First, from co-creator of Skins, Taboo and The Living and the Dead.

New single from UK artist Julz West

London based singer-songwriter Julz West brings out a fresh new track filled with colourful pop sounds and infectious grooves, titled ‘On My Own’.

BOY & BEAR Return With New Single “Hold Your Nerve” + Global Tour Announced       

After the most tumultuous period of their lives both personally and professionally, Boy & Bear are back with a triumphant new single, “Hold Your Nerve,” their first new music since 2015’s Limit of Love, which debuted at #1 in their native Australia.

Along with the release of “Hold Your Nerve,” the five-time’s ARIA winners have announced their global tour, which brings them across North America from September 12th in Philadelphia, PA through October 12th in San Diego, CA.


Currently on their most extensive cross-country supertour to date, multiplatinum selling pop group NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK unveils the music video for their epic, throwback track “80s Baby,” gifting fans with the ultimate look behind-the-scenes of their 2019 The MixTape Tour, which Entertainment Weekly named one of the most anticipated concert tours of the summer.

HEILUNG Release “Traust,” the Third Single from Upcoming New Album

HEILUNG comment: “‘Traust’ is probably Heilung’s most positive song so far. Dominated by female voices it starts out with, what is called ‘Leysigaldr’ in old Icelandic, a blessing to release a tied warrior. Heilung performs that blessing actively on stage during the song. It continues with nine blessings, taken from the old Icelandic poem ‘Grogaldr.’ Here, luck in battle, good words in speeches, and yet another blessing of release are summoned. The choir sings a younger Icelandic protection spell.”

Krief (indie pop/rock-folk singer-songwriter) “Dovetale”

Indie singer-songwriter Krief (full name Patrick Krief) is set to release his new album, Dovetale, on June 7, 2019 via Rock Ridge Music in the U.S. and on Indica in Canada. A truly solo endeavor — Krief plays all the instruments on Dovetale — the album was recorded and mixed between Krief’s home studio and Mixart in his home base of Montreal. It echoes dream pop and shoegaze as well as the classic pop, rock, and folk that have always been Krief’s songwriting foundation as the former co-writer and guitarist with Montreal “o