Violet Days release beautiful new single ‘Ink’
‘Ink’ features exquisite widescreen pop production paired with delicate touches of piano, guitar and haunting harmonies. The video pictures Violet Days in a range of stunning coastal and inland locations. These are intertwined with contrasting and twisted colours reflecting the song’s themes and capturing the confused emotions in troubled relationships.
Scottish-Portuguese artist and producer SHHE has today shared a brand new single taken from her forthcoming self-titled album. Emma is a pulsing reflection of an unhealthy relationship. SHHE is the alter-ego of solo artist Su Shaw, a captivating songwriter who wraps carefully constructed electronic soundscapes around delicate yet self-assured vocals. The artist’s upcoming self-titled debut album tracks a period of intense personal change, due for release 11th October on One Little Indian Records.
FAMOUS share new single ‘I Want To Crawl Inside of You’ alongside the announcement of their upcoming UK tour with fellow Londoners Black Country New Road.
Recorded at Justin Vernon’s April Base Studio, Freeway is an utterly mesmerizing collection, a delicate yet forceful reckoning with change that’s marked by the push and pull of unabashed intimacy and a slow-burning intensity. Cut live in just three days, the album features an all-star band that includes Carey, bassist Mike Lewis (Bon Iver, Andrew Bird), and guitarist Jeremy Ylvisaker (Andrew Bird, Alpha Consumer). The resulting recordings reflect the foursome’s seemingly telepathic bond, a deeply organic chemistry fueled by a shared passion for emotional exploration and sonic discovery. Her eighth studio album, Freeway has been met with critical acclaim from NPR Music, Stereogum, Paste, Flood Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, American Songwriter, Glide Magazine, and PopMatters among many others.
Victoria Victoria is based in Winston-Salem and is the project of Tori Elliott; the frontwoman and namesake of the indie-pop band draws from disparate influences including Regina Spektor, Imogen Heap and Feist on the EP. Elliott musters up tremendous strength with the glossy, vibrant anthem “Sanctuary,” while simultaneously setting aside the synth-pop sounds and baring it all with the piano ballad, “Magic.” While adhering to her well-known sassy and rambunctious spirit, the songs on the new EP run the gamut from playful and childlike, to honest and contemplative. Her work is an exemplary display of fine-tuned attention to emotional detail, often exposing every raw nerve, while her stunning voice is front and center on every track.
Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s N***a Please turns 20 this month and Rhino is celebrating with a new digital-only version of the beloved rapper’s second consecutive gold-certified solo album.
N***A PLEASE: 20th ANNIVERSARY EDITION is available today on all digital download and streaming services. The collection includes the original album’s 13 tracks along with the digital debut of four remixes of its breakout single “Got Your Money.”
Following on his from acclaimed debut single ‘Obvious’ and sophomore release ‘Curse’, Adam Rom returns with romantic new single ‘Back To You’, out on Friday 20th September.
Carrying a similar vibe to previous singles, ‘Back To You’ sees Adam again package themes of love and loss into an infectious, modern pop ballad. Drawing influence from Justin Bieber and electronic production artist Mura Masa, the track deploys a measured combination of organic and electronic elements.
A four-piece unable to sit still for long, the new release swiftly follows their acclaimed debut EP release of Spring 2019, as produced by Modern Sky UK label-mate Chris McRory (Catholic Action).
Stripping back the fizz and freneticism that defines the trademark sound of their vigorous studio recordings, the upcoming ‘Acoustic EP’ instead chooses to place the spotlight on the warm lyrical nuances and feather-fine melodies at the tender heart of their compositions. Alongside fan favourites ‘Who You Are’, ‘Is There Something I Missed?’ and ‘Foundations’, there’s also a breathtaking cover of the Lana Del Rey mega-hit: ‘Video Games’; making for a four-track collection that stands quite unlike anything they’ve released before.
After thrilling fans with the opening weekend of her currently underway Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour, which continues throughout the fall, CMA Female Vocalist of the Year nominee and seven-time winner in the category Miranda Lambert announces plans to continue touring into 2020 with tickets on sale starting Friday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. local time.
The Wildcard Tour, named for Lambert’s November 1 seventh-studio album designated one of the “most anticipated albums of Fall 2019” by Billboard, features 27 dates across several major markets throughout the U.S. and Canada, including a January 24 stop at Nashville’s own Bridgestone Arena.
“The essence of a wildcard is always having something up your sleeve, in whatever capacity that means to you,” shares Lambert. “It is universal. Which is why I’m excited to kick off this tour with an incredible group of talented artists. We’re going to have a blast!”
EVAN GIIA’S NEW SINGLE, “ENCORE,” IS OUT TODAY
The Brooklyn-based, Berklee College of Music alumna has performed at Red Rocks, Firefly, Bonnaroo, Coachella and, most recently, Los Angeles State Historic Park with the likes of ODESZA, Jai Wolf and Louis The Child. A classically trained opera singer, Giia’s voice adds a distinctive touch to her electronic pop crossover sound.
LIAM GALLAGHER RELEASES HIS SOPHMORE SOLO ALBUM ‘WHY ME? WHY NOT.’ OUT TODAY!
Liam Gallagher releases his long-awaited second solo album Why Me? Why Not. via Warner Records. Gallagher’s sophomore release was written by Gallagher along with producers Andrew Wyatt and Greg Kurstin, and recorded in both Los Angeles and London. Wyatt and Kurstin previously contributed with writing and producing Gallagher’s internationally-acclaimed debut solo album As You Were. As the four songs released thus far indicate – “Shockwave” , “The River” , “Once” and “One Of Us” – Why Me? Why Not. is destined to become an instant modern rock ‘n’ roll classic; 14 tracks with that unique brand of charisma, attitude, style showcasing contrasting sides to the ex-Oasis frontman’s iconic voice. From the onset, the media has celebrated Gallagher’s return to the spotlight:
“Emotionally-driven rock songs” – Rolling Stone
“A classic sequel that adds depth of character.” – NME (UK)
“Liken it to Oasis glory days.” – Billboard
“A triumph… The voice of the last generation is a voice of this one too.” – Q Magazine
In the midst of making history and breaking records, K-pop super group and worldwide phenomenon Monsta X share a new song entitled “LOVE U” and a powerhouse remix of their recent international hit “WHO DO U LOVE?” featuring French Montana by none other than the legendary will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas.
Over the past month, “Darkside” and “I know” offered a glimpse at the scope of the artist’s vision, with the visual for “Darkside” being released earlier this week. That vision now fully crystallizes on the six-track project. “super sad” blurs the lines between emotive transmissions and buoyant grooves, while “You don’t wanna know me” tempers lush guitar and a hauntingly hypnotic hook. The finale “Darker” serves up a powerful and poetic denouement punctuated by synth nuances and vocal fireworks. Ultimately, Fall 2019 introduces Rence’s boundary breaking at the height of its power and provocation thus far.
Having already sold out her debut headline UK tour earlier this year, bourgeoning young star Maisie Peters has announced a brand new EP, “It’s Your Bed Babe, It’s Your Funeral,” which will be released via Elektra Records in the US on October 4th – the EP is available for pre-order now.
Today, Baton Rouge native Sherwood Marty releases his highly anticipated new single “Vibe Is” featuring Grammy-award winning singer Chris Brown. Produced by Mouse On Tha Track, arguably one of the most legendary producers to come out of Louisiana, the song straddles the line between a street anthem brought by Marty’s raw lyrics and an R&B bop brought by Brown’s smooth vocals.
MIKY WOODZ Y J BALVIN UNEN SU PODEROSA FUERZA MUSICAL EN EL SENCILLO “PINKY RING”
Puerto Rico y Colombia, las dos mecas del género urbano se unen a través de las voces de Miky Woodz y J Balvin, para el lanzamiento de su nuevo tema en conjunto “Pinky Ring”.
Una de las colaboraciones más esperadas en la industria musical urbana: Miky Woodz y J Balvin, presentan su nuevo tema perteneciente al género Trap en Español que lleva por nombre “Pinky Ring”. Disponible en todas las plataformas digitales con la distribución de GLAD Empire.
NEAL FRANCIS’ NEW “CHANGES” LP OUT TODAY | ON TOUR NOW!
“Superb” – Martin Ruddock, SHINDIG! MAGAZINE
“The reincarnation of Allen Toussaint.” Craig Charles, BBC RADIO 6
“Think New Orleans meets the Midwest with a little bit of California sun shining in the background.” – TWIN CITIES MEDIA
Speaking on the inspiration behind the project, Sueco says: “‘Miscreant’ is an endearing term for someone that causes mischief or is up to no good. I like the word because I don’t believe it has a negative connotation but describes a person who would be acting in a way that people might consider negative. It’s a cool juxtaposition.”
Erthlings share debut EP ‘Indigo’ via Future Classic
Erthlings are four 16 yo Aussie women who have been crafting music together since just 8 years old. One year ago, they released their first two singles ever: “Bridges” and “Cuts & Bruises.” The tracks instantly caught and catapulted the young women to widespread global attention. In addition to garnering praise from the likes of Refinery29, the New York Times, Nylon, Paste, Gorilla vs Bear, Line Of Best Fit, the BBC, and triple J, the band has amassed +7.5 million Spotify streams, performed at four Australian music festivals and secured opening sets for Clario, Wafia, Amy Shark, among others.
The visual makes its exclusive debut as part of The Drop—Refinery29’s home for brand new music video releases. The track walks a tightrope between lilting acoustic guitars, dreamy electronics, and a wistfully wise affirmation of individuality and empowerment. On the chorus, she devoutly declares, “I’m never ever, never ever gonna be Cinderella.”