GALXARA battles with the different sides of herself in the new “Jealous Of Myself” music video. She confronts FURY, MANIA, and VANITY- characters that represent exaggerated versions of the worst sides of herself. All of the emotions combine to create the real GALXARA, who is complex and continuously evolving. “I am in a constant battle and growth cycle of trying to be better and slowly chip away at each of those identities within me,” GALXARA explains. “It will probably take a lifetime but as long as I’m trying to be a better person every day and not let those ‘characters’ rule over me, then I win.”
A.CHAL RETURNS WITH HIGHLY ANTICIPATED NEW SINGLE “PINK DUST”
Spinning an array of sounds through a psychedelic lens, the track slips under genre lines with confidence, charisma, and charm. Meanwhile, his voice bobs and weaves between woozy melodies and tight rhymes, conjuring imagery through vivid lyrics a la, “Jimi Hendrix playing out in Malibu, it’s bringing out another side of you” and the confession, “I don’t want to talk; I want to lay with you.” As he canvases an empty beach in the visual, artful editing brings transcendent and grainy vignettes together in one intimate fever dream around an ecstatic sonic high.
Produced by Nick Sadler, “Cereal” is – as Lenii describes it – a “standing-up-for-myself song.” “I had recently broken up with my boyfriend of over two years, and it was the worst thing Iʼve ever experienced.” Almost immediately, at a time when I was at my most vulnerable, a close friend swooped in thinking I was up for grabs (I know this sounds like such teenage drama). I was so angry that my own feelings were totally disregarded and I was made to feel like an object that could be passed around. I know most girls can probably relate to this in some way.”
New Single: King Park – Clouds
King Park has been turning out mercurial, high-contrast indie rock since they released their debut track in 2017. At the heart of the group you’ll find childhood friends and musical co-conspirators Timon Moolman (vocals, guitar) and Tyler Heemskerk (bass, vocals), rounded out more recently by guitarist Brenden Campbell and the animated Nate Wall on drums.
Norwegian singer Emilie Nicolas returns today (March 13) with her new single ‘Who’s Gonna Love You’. The first new music to be heard since her acclaimed 2018 album Tranquille Emile, the new single also stands as the first cut to be lifted from her third album, due for release in May this year.
EX DEO Releases Video for New Track, “The Philosopher King”
EX DEO tells the tale of Marcus Aurelius, The Philosopher King – with an orchestral death metal stage set by FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE’s Francesco Ferrini!
What doesn’t transmit light, creates its own darkness.
I am Marcus Aurelius, the Philosopher King!
After three years since the release of their latest acclaimed full-length, The Immortal Wars, Roman Empire-inspired epic death metal band EX DEO – featuring mastermind Maurizio Iacono of KATAKLYSM – are back with brand a new single, entitled “The Philosopher King”, out today via Napalm Records. As teased earlier this month, the track features very special guest Francesco Ferrini of Italian symphonic metallers FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE!
RICH THE KID RELEASES NEW ALBUM BOSS MAN
Multiplatinum rapper Rich The Kid releases his new album BOSS MAN today via Republic Records. The 19 track album features pre-released tracks “That’s Tuff” feat. Quavo, “Money Talk” feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again and “Red,” which have over 80 million streams worldwide, and features from Lil Baby, DaBaby, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Lil Tjay, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, London On Da Track and Quavo.
Brian Fallon releases new single; album out March 27
Brian Fallon has released his new single “Horses,” available today at all digital music retailers and streaming services. “Horses” heralds Fallon’s eagerly awaited new album, LOCAL HONEY, due Friday, March 27 via his own Lesser Known Records and Thirty Tigers. His first new LP in two years, LOCAL HONEY sees Fallon melding myriad strains of American music with contemporary consequence, ambitious energy, and seemingly infinite lyrical power. The songs offer a deeply personal glimpse into the New Jersey-based singer-songwriter’s everyday world, revealing universal truths through hard-earned insight and unflinching honesty.
Intriguing his fans with his unique charm and knack for melody, 16-year-old Suigeneris is poised for a breakout year. Following standout singles “Brown Justin Bieber,” “Faithful,” ft. Luh Kel and “Scrubs” ft. Yung Pinch, Suie delivers his most diverse body of work yet, a 16-track double-EP titled Demons N Angels. Divided by mood and style–first half Demons offering fiery rhymes, and second half Angels flashing Suie’s pop potential–the new double-EP proves just how much the Bay Area native is capable of. The new project finds Suie embracing his Mexican-American heritage, cheekily commenting on his age and appearance in “Brown Justin Bieber,” and rapping in Spanish for the first time on “Regular.” Featuring appearances from Luh Kel, Landon Cube, Yung Pinch, and Craig Xen, Demons N Angels is available to stream everywhere via Devilgear / EMPIRE.
Kansas City Heavyweights ORPHANS OF DOOM Reveal Lyric Video for “Rust”
“’Rust’ is about a car long forgotten and awaiting its fate,” says guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Isaacson. “Only to be found and brought back from near death as a demolition car to be finally and completely destroyed.”
Horisont Release Music Video For “Pushin’ The Line” From ‘Sudden Death’
“We are thrilled to be back in business with a brand new song and video! The first taste of our upcoming album ‘Sudden Death’ is the song ‘Pushin’ The Line’. A straight up rocker! To go with the theme of the album title, we decided to record the video in an actual ice hockey rink. It was slippery, smelly and cold but as they say; no pain, no gain. Hope you’ll enjoy it,” states HORISONT about the release.
Serenity for uncertain times: Christopher Sky shares immersive track “Under the Waves”
For Los Angeles-based ambient electronic artist Christopher Sky, performing was capturing beautiful emotions in his music, but it wasn’t enough. Between the experiences of his parents soundtracking his mornings growing up with Kraftwerk and Prefab Sprout, while more recently becoming something of an understudy of Jimmy Lavelle and The Album Leaf down in Los Angeles, Sky wanted to better infuse his artistic point of few with a more personal backbone of his life story.
Featuring eclectic collaborations from rx Soul, Nevve, and KARRA, Bear Grillz furthers his sonic evolution on Reanimated. The six-track EP sees the Denver-based DJ/producer reinvent himself once again through a plethora of exciting soundscapes, each infused with a different blend of classic dubstep, future bass and bass house.
EVERYONE YOU KNOW RELEASE NEW SINGLE “SEEN IT ALL” ALONG WITH THE MUSIC VIDEO
EYK says, “’Seen It All’ is a track about the people closest to you seeing you at your most vulnerable and you seeing them at theirs. It’s about the people that have seen you consistently make mistakes and make bad decisions but are still there for you regardless, even if you don’t learn from them. Whether that be your family or your closest friends, they are the ones that have seen you at your lowest and helped you through it but expect nothing back.”
KAMAIYAH RELEASES ‘WHATEVER WHENEVER’ VISUAL
After announcing her first, highly anticipated, headlining tour, Kamaiyah releases the vivacious visual to “Whatever Whenever” off her acclaimed ‘Got It Made’ project. The STRIPMALL directed visual finds the MC in her eclectic element as she sets tour kick-off on April 18th in Austin, Texas—making stops to major cities, nationwide, on a first-leg run.
The Buttertones have shared “Fade Away Gently” the second track off of the band’s upcoming Jazzhound LP, out April 10th Via Innovative Leisure. On the track Sean Redman explains, “This is a coming-of-age song that focuses on an individual’s journey. Melancholy and full of regret but acceptance that we’re in the midst of life and we need to be open to change. Musically this track has a resemblance of our earliest days as a group.”