With the release of Reuben and the Dark’s upcoming album, un | love, only a few days, the spirited alt-folk outfit is today releasing another new song from the album. “dancer” is one of those tracks that songwriter Reuben Bullock isn’t sure how to talk about yet. “It’s so sensitive…including this song on the record was a pivotal moment in deciding just how open I was willing to be with an audience,” says Bullock. “‘dancer’ ended up setting a tone for un | love. It is vulnerability’s lullaby. It is honest. It is soft. It is empathy and also an apology. An attempt at shining a light into a very dark place.”
South Carolina indie rock duo, The Mobros, have returned with a brand new single and accompanying video titled “Don’t You See.” The video was premiered today with The 405, who stated, “the track thrives on the groove of its instrumentation and its heartfelt vocals. The Mobros have keyed into a sound that evokes heartache and the sense of forward momentum that often follows.” This is the latest single to be released from the duo’s upcoming EP, Characters, which is out November 7th.
Water From Your Eyes Share Full Album ‘Somebody Else’s Song’ ( Experimental-pop, Exploding in Sound Records)
For the past three years Brooklyn’s Water From Your Eyes have been evolving and experimenting with their sound. With Somebody Else’s Song, the band feel that they have found their place. Due out October 25th via Exploding In Sound Records, their latest album is an amalgamation of their past releases, honing in previously explored aesthetics but combining and rearranging ideas to capture feelings of self-reflection and personal growth. At their core, the duo of Nate Amos and Rachel Brown make experimental pop music, songs you can dance to, songs that will stick in your head long after you’ve heard them. The sound of Water From Your Eyes is far more expansive however, and Somebody Else’s Song is blissfully unclassifiable.
Rolling Stone Charts – Youngboy, Lil Tjay, & Wale Debut Top 10 Albums
Youngboy Never Broke Again has a massive week, jumping to No. 1 on the RS 200, moving 113,000 units in its first week, and No. 1 on the Artists 500 chart with the release of AI Youngboy 2. “Make No Sense” is the highest performing song from album, debuting at No. 13 on the RS 100.
Rising rapper Lil Tjay’s True 2 Myself hits No. 5 on the RS 200 with True 2 Myself, moving 45,600 units in its first week. The Bronx-born rapper also hits No. 8 on the Artists 500 Chart.
Luke Wild is an American recording artist and songwriter. Based in LA, Wild creates intricate soundscapes decorated by beautifully woozy lyrics. With inspirations as diverse as Frank Ocean and Elvis Pressley, Wild weaves rich sonic tapestries, as can be heard on Fever Brain. Completely self produced, the track showcases rich sonics, nostalgic feelings, and an intimate look into youth.
ISAAC DELUSION WATCH THE NEW VIDEO FOR ‘PAS L’HABITUDE’
Parisian electro-pop band Isaac Delusion are sharing the new video for ‘pas l’habitude’, the latest track to arrives ahead of the release of their new album ‘uplifters’, due November 8, 2019 via hip French label Microqlima. Isaac Delusion’s third full length release, ‘uplifters’ is the follow up to 2017’s ‘Rust And Gold’, and the latest addition in a blooming career which has seen founding members Loïc Fleury and Jules Pacotte accrue close to half a million monthly Spotify streams-and-counting, also performing on the bill for Pitchfork Paris alongside huge sold-out headline shows of their own in the capital, including the Olympia and the Élysée Montmartre. With two dates at the famous La Cigale booked for January 2020, Isaac Delusion have also announced details for a 7 date European tour including London Omeara on February 25, 2019.
The Electric Arch premieres “Las Ramblas” via Glide Magazine
Glide described the song as “a hook-filled danceable number with multi-layered psychedelic pleasures ala M83 and The Flaming Lips.” and that “It’s clear The Electric Arch makes and creates their own rules, a well-needed addition to helping to carry the torch of the rock experimentalists.”
Los Angeles’ multi platinum singer/songwriter/producer Josh Stevens – Entitled ‘Somewhere’
Josh Stevens is a Los Angeles-based singer, producer, songwriter and engineer. His works are Grammy Award Winning, RIAA Platinum Certified, Billboard Award Nominated, Juno Award Nominated (Canada) and ARIA Music Awards Platinum Certified (Australia). His early career was based around hip-hop working for the likes of Warren G, Snoop Dogg, The Game and Clyde Carson. However, Stevens found his modern sound in pop/indie rock/dance working with the likes of LMFAO, Pitbull, J-Lo, Steve Aoki, Young Jeezy and Ne-Yo.
“I think early on as a band, we were trying to be one thing – a punk and ska band,” says Glenn Stewart, drummer for Clearwater, FL’s punk band VICTIMS OF CIRCUMSTANCE (VOC). “When it came time to write the fifth album, we didn’t want to do that. There wasn’t any specific direction. In the end, we all feel like we’ve achieved a bigger, more mature sound that still has that great VOC flavor.
Pieta Brown Releases New Geoff Marslett-Animated Video For “Freeway”; New Tour Dates Announced
Last month, Pieta Brown released her critically acclaimed new album Freeway via Ani DiFranco’s Righteous Babe Records. The lush new album was co-produced with Bon Iver drummer and renowned solo artist S. Carey. Today she released her new video for the title track “Freeway” featuring animation by renowned filmmaker Geoff Marslett (Monkey vs. Robot, MARS, Loves Her Gun, Yakona).
Now, this star-studded team of international talent is giving fans what they’ve been waiting for — the record’s hotly-anticipated official music video. Shot around the vibrant streets of Miami’s Wynwood Art District, the video plays out like a psychedelic ride to some of the Magic City’s most beloved local haunts, experimenting with slow motion and illustrative effects to make you feel as if you really are on a surreal music-induced trip. If you’re a newcomer to the global bass arena, we dare you to press play and take a wild ride with the fiercest crew in the scene.
This new track arrived just after the band released their triumphant return single “Moonlight” and accompanied Local Natives for some Southeast performances. The band recently added a Brooklyn show on November 15 at Trans Pecos supporting Cones — see below for the full list of upcoming tour dates, and stay tuned for more news about the band’s upcoming 2020 album.
Wilderman has released his latest single, “Ghost” on all DSPs. Last Thursday, the track was premiered with The 405 praising, “‘Ghost’ tackles the 21st-century fad of ghosting with candor, using atmospheric electronics and glitchy, reverb-laden vocals to send home the message.”
Dreamville Release “Down Bad” Music Video!
Atlanta has its moment to shine in this new offering from Dreamville with the release of the newest music video; “Down Bad.” The video stars head honcho J.Cole, artist Bas alongside three native Atlanta artists J.I.D, Young Nudy and EarthGang — collectively the band of merry men make this southern city their playground. “Down Bad” was one of the first songs to be released from the RIAA Gold certified compilation album, Revenge of the Dreamers III (Dreamville/Interscope Records) earlier this year. The video, directed by Chad Tennies, Mac Grant, Caleb Seales, Mike Dan is out now and can be viewed here:
Lone Wild Debut Music Video – Watch ‘Stranger Ways’ Music Video
After sealing an array of singles over the past year with the release of their first LP, indie electro rockers Lone Wild return with the debut of their first music video as they venture even deeper into the influence of their 80’s infused sound with Stranger Ways. In sync perfectly for the Halloween season, the video gleans from an 80’s bygone era without feeling derivative – as they send honorable nods to the classic and modern day sci-fi, horror films that we all know and love, while still remaining quite crisp and fresh as the band’s own story unfolds.
ZAALWE debuts visual for “dreamy bedroom pop” single “Lakeside” | Debut EP out now
The video premiered via The Vinyl District where ZAALWE detailed, “The ‘Lakeside’ visual was captured in rural Alabama. I felt the property that my partner and I briefly stayed on was a Garden of Eden type paradise. We all have to leave what we perceive to be paradise sometime, be it a relationship that is comfortable but may not fulfill you. Leaving the comfort of your family home to create your own life. Quitting a job you’re unhappy at that may afford you more than enough but isn’t close to what you want to be doing with your life. These types of life events that require this leap of faith that we all go through, which the dive is symbolic of. It’s about the feeling of responding to that call to grow that you can’t refuse – honoring the inevitable growing pains.”