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Rod Wave Releases “F**K The World” Visual
Rapper-singer Rod Wave (Alamo/Geffen Records) is serving up two new visuals this week for “F**k the World” and a brand new release, “The Last Sad Song.” The Brett Arndt-directed “F**k the World” finds the St. Petersburg, FL native in a sleek penthouse; blending the larger-than-life concept with a handful of grittier images.
Claire Laffut – “Étrange mélange”
Sharp, groovy, surprising new single from this young multitalented French singer. A highly sensual mix, all rocked by a Hawaiian guitar. Her first album will be released later on this year.
“RIGHTEOUS” BY JUICE WRLD
Juice was a prolific artist who dedicated his life to making music. Choosing how to share his upcoming music with the world has been no easy feat. Honoring the love Juice felt for his fans while shining a light on his talents and his spirit are the most important parts of this process to us.
Bass enthusiasts Riot Ten & Whales join up with vocalist Megan Stokes on the rich, future bass-meets-melodic dubstep heavy hitter “Save You.”
Norwegian Proggers 22 have decided to take a hiatus. As a final gift to their fans and followers around the world the band is releasing a farewell single, titled “2020”, today via Long Branch Records and Indie Recordings(Nordics).
Ellen Murphy – otherwise known as Lenii – is having a remarkably productive 2020. The Irish-born singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has already released two singles – “Regular 10” and “Cereal” from her forthcoming EP, In All Fairness…
Today, Lenii reveals her latest track “I (Don’t) Miss You,” which she calls “the most straight forward break-up song I’ve ever written.” “I Don’t Miss You” is a one – off single originally scheduled to drop post EP release. Lenii fast-tracked the launch as the song’s topic is extremely relevant given the current climate of our world.
THE DODIES are a young garage rock duo from the southern desert of Israel. Yoni Avittan fronts the band as lead vocalist and guitarist, as Ran Aronson sings backing vocals while simultaneously playing bass lines on keyboard with one hand and playing the entire drum kit with the other.
Late last year the Brooklyn native released two mixtapes, Hood Life Krisis Vol. 1, which features his hit track, “Need Me,” (now at over 66 million streams) and Hood Life Krisis Vol. 2, which features “Love Scars” (now at over 27 million streams). Both mixtapes went on to land on Billboard’s Heatseekers. His music also won over artists such as Melii, Cardi B, Jadakiss and most recently, Drake, who sang along to his track “Used To” on Instagram Live.
J.I also went on his first headline tour in support of both projects and became the first artist ever to sell out 3 consecutive nights at New York’s legendary venue, SOB’s. Additionally, J.I. is a contender for XXL’s Freshman Class 2020.
Letters To Part Unveil New Single “Ascian”
Orlando-based progressive rock band Letters To Part have released their new single “Ascian,” available on all digital platforms NOW. An introduction to their upcoming 2020 EP (yet to be announced), “Ascian” catches Letters To Part in their truest form. Their artisanal and in depth approach to production and songwriting sets the tone for their atmospheric, yet dynamic, sound. Filled with passion and fervor for their craft, Letters To Part put a unique twist on the progressive rock genre, as “Ascian” takes a dip into many flavors. As the band gear’s up for their next EP release, which will be a concept album, they continue to hone in on capturing their powerful energy on recording.
for Skope: Skytech returns to R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK with melodic big-room single (1st solo release of 2020)
“‘Skymelody’ is probably my favorite record in a while. It has a certain vibe that makes you feel good and the melody stays in your head. This record will keep you energized during these hard times we are in right now.” – Skytech
Born in coastal Massachusetts but raised in Nicaragua, Hayley Sabella has always been inspired by dramatic landscapes and vast seasonal changes. Her new album, Flew the Nest, set for release on May 29, finds the indie-folk singer-songwriter mixing elements of her past work — relying heavily on elements of nature to help tell her confessional stories — along with close-miked vocals and spacious, full arrangements. The third single, “Cape Cod,” released today, re-imagines a fan favorite from 2018’s Forgive the Birds. AudioFemme notes that Sabella “finds comfort in the transformative,” on the new version, formerly a sparse, acoustic offering now turned into a full-band anthem.
He has taken homegrown Glasgow tales and shared them with the world to rapturous applause on his fiery sophomore album The Bonny released on April 17th via his own label Little Runaway Records. The Bonny debuted at No. 1 on the UK & Ireland Official Album Charts with 29,000 UK first week scans – topping CD, vinyl and download charts.
Anacarina premieres new single “Grave” on The New Nine
Today, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Anacarina premieres “Grave” the latest single off her upcoming EP ‘One of Your Forevers’, via Glass Planets. We partnered with The New Nine to give an exclusive first look on the new track!
Sis shares new single “Fingerpaint”
Today, Sis has shared a brand new single titled “Fingerpaint.” Gas Station Roses, Sis’s second full-length album, was released in September of 2019 and is the Berkeley-based band’s devotional document of six months spent in the dream zone of the studio. Lovingly made, with earthen percussive elements, chance technique, inside a glimmering forest full of synths and guitars, the album reunited Sis for their most assertive musical statement yet. Stereogum called the LP “gentle, gauzily pretty.”
Norwegian rapper Ivan Ave shares ‘Double Goodbyes’ LP
“known for his ability to mix flexing lyrics about wooing women with the more existential shit, and his style is significantly old school – a true homage to the rappers of a bygone era that taught him how to make it through their work.” – Highsnobiety
“straight money” – EARMILK
“Double Goodbyes to me is like an awkward and too long hand shake, at the end of a decade of making rap songs. I tried to not make another rap album, and was halfway successful. I like how the record came out different from previous projects, but still feels like a natural addition to my catalogue. I was able to get some things out of my system, both creatively and emotionally, so I feel ready to start making new stuff again soon.”