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DynamoMin Presents The Video To The Song ‘The Road’

LES CHANTS DU HASARD: French Orchestral/Operatic Blackened Goth Project To Release Livre Troisième Full-Length April 9th

French orchestral/operatic blackened gothic project LES CHANTS DU HASARD will release its stunning Livre Troisième full-length on April 9th.

An endeavor conceptualized, composed, and performed by sole member, Hazard, LES CHANTS DU HASARD was spawned from the notion that metal is a musical style that deals with extreme emotions, anger, violence, darkness, despair, and whose goal is to create an aural experience of those emotions, something more than just music, that would submerge the listener. “I wondered what would be the best way to create such music,” recalls Hazard, “and the answer I found is that one needs the most expressive musical means. Now, what is the musical vessel with the most possibilities, the most nuances and that has been refined for centuries by very talented people? Orchestra.”

Lo Talker share new song + video for “Don’t Hide That Light Pt. 2;”

Andrew Shepard, vocalist and songwriter Lo Talker, says “I wrote ‘Don’t Hide That Light’ to try and remind myself that just because the world around me has plunged into a new level of insanity, it doesn’t mean I have to follow suit. Nihilism is so easy to flirt with especially when it feels like we’re not in on the cosmic joke being told, but the thought that a better world is possible in the face of such darkness is one worth waking up for.”

Tata Mami | “Drinking” | Official Music Video

Illest records present Pop’s newest superstar, TaTa MaMi. The Phoenix, AZ rapper and recording artist drops off her latest offering, “Drinking,” featured on the fan-favorite “Baby Making Season” Album (Available on ALL Retail Platforms). This mesmerizing track produced by Mike Blayz has quickly become the most added playlist track in TaTa MaMi’s arsenal, and for a good reason. The video will do more than keep you glued; it’ll leave you intoxicated!


“Anti Queen” sees Bri Steves reimagining what a female MC should look and sound like, fusing rap and vocals, femininity and masculinty, nostalgia and modernity to create a strikingly powerful new approach unlike any other. She’s starting a new conversation about what it means to be a female in hip-hop and paying homage to the true anti queens who redefined female MCs. Indeed, “Anti Queen” marks the first Bri Steves project to truly display the duality and dimensions of this remarkable, idiosyncratic artist, showcasing her independent spirit and utter refusal to live by anyone’s standards other than her own.

Buggin share new single “Brainfreeze”, debut for Flatspot Records out Jan 29

The relatively new Chicago hardcore group BUGGIN announced their signing to Flatspot Records recently and today the band has announced their debut release for the label titled Brainfreeze, due out January 29, 2021. The occasion was accompanied by the premiere of the high energy title track “Brainfreeze” via BrooklynVegan. The b-side features a take on Beastie Boys’ 1992 track “Gratitude”, a perfect fit for BUGGIN’s knack to mix unstoppable groove and heaviness.

Chris Garneau Shares ‘The Kind’ Via GAY TIMES UK

NYC-based chamber pop artist Chris Garneau shares his latest record, The Kind, out everywhere January 29th via the Orchard. Gay Times premiered the album, praising it as “beautifully haunting.”

Chris Garneau releases new LP and shares For Celeste


A Day To Remember’s Jeremy McKinnon elaborated on the song’s genesis explaining, “This was one of the song ideas I started with Jon Bellion and ended up finishing later on with the help of Nick Long. A song about going on a drive to clear your head and having a pinch me moment. Realizing you have everything in life you need right now.”

A Day to Remember Share New Single “Everything We Need”

Wax presents his latest intoxicating drill track ‘Switch’

Starting the year off with a bang, London born artist-producer Wax exhibits his take on Drill with his latest single ‘Switch’. The track utilises traditional African Baile drums alongside an intoxicating drill bass line, with the artist effortlessly delivering poignant bars in an eloquent and smooth cadence.

‘Switch’ serves to embody the individuality of Wax and his influences; A2, J Hus, Kendrick lamar & Travis scott to name a few. Wax has innovated and elevated the sound of Drill to create what he describes as “Trill”, he acknowledges the anticipation of the UK urban scene for innovative and authentic artists with his highly addictive catchphrase “Streets been saying it my year, Biden”. Alongside his 1up collective peers Moko & Tay Jordan, Wax represents the cutting edge of genre-fluid Urban UK artists.

Devon Kay & the Solutions “Oh My, Oh My, We’re Far Past That Now” Single

Who says that you have to be an emo band to have long song titles? Continuing their mission to keep EVERYONE entertained, Devon Kay & the Solutions will be releasing “Oh My, Oh My, We’re Far Past That Now” on Friday, January 29th. The song falls neatly in place with their brand of power pop with brass. “OMOMWFPTN is one of those songs I wrote about a very specific snapshot in my life that feels like it’s taken on a broader appeal.” say’s Kay, “I wanted to make something akin to Tom Petty if dude was vaguely punk and flirted with Death Cab for Cutie… in space. The song is littered with melodic “inside jokes” to the bands we spent 2019 touring with so keep an ear out for those.” You can stream the new single today via BrooklynVegan.


Having picked up widescale support from areas such as BBC Radio 1, NPR, Pigeons & Planes, Nylon, Best Fit, CLASH, Wonderland and more on the back of their new EP, The Leo Sun Sets, Serena Isioma today reveals the stunning video for Meadows In Japan. Speaking on the video, Serena Isioma states:

“The “Meadows in Japan” music video follows two friends doing the most to try and each other. I feel like now more than ever it’s hard to keep in touch with our friends. Hopefully people will see this video and know that they’re not alone. We’re all alone together. ”

Alexander 23 Shares Highly Anticipated Song And Visual For “Cry Over Boys”

Today marks the release of rising singer/songwriter/producer, Alexander 23’s highly anticipated tender track “Cry Over Boys” which premiered as Zane Lowe “World Record” on Beats 1. The breakout artist first shared a clip of the song on TikTok and fans quickly became captivated by the attention-grabbing lyrics such as “Aren’t you tired of getting hurt? Aren’t you sick of making it worse?” and “You cry over boys you know will never cry over you.” After teasing the tear-jerking song on the social platform, it quickly garnered nearly one million likes across each clip. Of the track Alexander shares “This song is about a loop I think a lot of people are stuck in. Romanticizing romance at the cost of their own sustainable happiness. I hope it can help people break out of that cycle.”

MA’s Speak The Rebel Is Rapping His Tail Off In New Video “Vidal Baboon”

Massachusetts rapper and reggae artist Speak The Rebel follows up his latest crowd-pleasing video Porshe Mutt with an abbreviated visual for his album title cut Vidal Baboon. Directed by Adam Noya and produced by Epistra, the track consists of an emcee spitting rapid fire in the forest. “It was just me rapping my ass off in the woods. Wasn’t anything overly deep about this one” says Speak. Check it out now on youtube and your preferred digital streaming provider.


“Onna Come Up Remix” featuring G Herbo was streamed over 1.7M times in its first week and earned top five positioning in many of the following playlists. It covered Amazon Music’s popular Hype Music playlist and was featured on Fresh Hip-Hop. It also saw incredible support from Apple playlists, featured on New Music Daily, The Plug, #GYMFLOW, and New in Hip-Hop. It was also featured on the premiere Spotify playlist Rap Caviar, as well as Most Necessary, Get Turnt, Off the Strength, and CST. Pandora also highlighted “Onna Come Up Remix” featuring G Herbo on Trendsetters Hip-Hop, New Hip-Hop Now and New Music Now. Further, YouTube supported with placement on Clout Rising, The Block is Hot, On Everything, Straight Out the Studio, and The Chicago El.

Ritual Cloak announce new ‘Opaque Crater’ Single via Bubblewrap Collective

Following on from ‘I Lawr Ymhlith y Tywyllwch’ last year, electronic post-rock duo ‘Ritual Cloak’ and ‘Bubblewrap Collective’ are excited to be bringing you new music in 2021.

‘Opaque Crater’ will be the first single from the duo’s upcoming second album ‘Divine Invasions’.

“Opaque Crater was one of the first songs we started writing for Divine Invasions and the title came to Dan while he was travelling through the Scottish Highlands. We were in a hugely positive state of mind at the time as we’d just finished work on our debut album and wanted to keep the creative momentum going. We really feel this positivity comes across in the song.”


Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon’s latest release “Mama, I Don’t Wanna Go To Nashville” is a charming country- inspired ballad that calls to the comforts of home and the support of family and friends.

A simple, yet beautiful guitar riff echoes throughout the track’s duration and sets the backdrop for Jeremiah’s emotive, endearing lyrics, as he contemplates whether a fast-paced life of stardom is really for him. Jeremiah has created a delicate, dreamy soundscape with nothing more than an acoustic guitar and his ethereal voice, a timely reminder of his innate talent for songwriting.

Speaking to the meaning behind the track, he explains, ‘”Mama, I Don’t Wanna Go To Nashville” is my personal renunciation of the “fame machine” and a yearning to return to natural, everyday life simplicity.’

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Lemon Cash Reveals New Single “Wine Tonight”

When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Ottawa-born brothers, Cory and Jeff Papineau, live by this saying. So much so, that they named their band Lemon Cash. After three years of playing as a five-piece alternative rock cover band, the brothers made the transition into the world of country music.

Harry Hudson New Video ft. Astrid S

The song’s message emphasizes the importance of starting a new beginning with hope, one that many can relate to today, while using music as a powerful medium to put that idea into practice. The video finds Harry and Astrid reflecting on past love and personal growth as their delicate and soulful vocals intertwine while they sing about closing one door before starting a new beginning.


Rising rapper Traptize Ky is a force, making his long-awaited return in 2021 with a brand new single and video release, “No Hook.” The fast-paced record highlights Ky’s lyrical abilities, with a catchy flow that fans will love—

Montreal indie folk band Rosier share ‘Légérement’ LP in full, provides extensive track-by-track breakdown with Atwood Magazine; ‘Légérement’ LP out this Friday

Montreal-based indie rock/folk band Rosier share their new record, ‘Légérement’ in full and give insight into each song with an extensive track-by-track breakdown with Atwood Magazine.

Album Premiere: Reinventing Traditional Folk Tales with Rosier’s Debut ‘Légèrement’

DynamoMin Presents The Video To The Song ‘The Road’