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Heartour premieres “Little Waves,” announces new EP
Heartour, the solo project of ex-The Ruse member Jason Young, announced his continued return to the project with the premiere of “Little Waves” and announcement of a new EP, Divert the Asteroid, in June.
“[Little Waves] arrives like a shot of lemonade squeezed from this lemon of the past year, pulling the pop liveliness of the late Daft Punk with the club worship of LCD Soundsystem,” Ghettoblaster’s Tommy Johnson writes in their premiere.
Today, Jack DeNicola, releases his new single, “Aurora.” Written last year in quarantine, the alternative pop song deals with themes of isolation and loneliness. “I wanted to create a comforting atmosphere to show others they aren’t alone in how they’re feeling since the world paused,” says DeNicola, when reflecting on the past year. “Everyone has a story to tell from these times. This is part of mine and I hope it will encourage others to share theirs.”
Today. rapper, singer-songwriter, fashion designer and serial entrepreneur – Yelawolf has wrapped up his ambitious April Onslaught campaign with the release of his highly anticipated, 6th studio album Mud Mouth.
The 14-track album is released via Yelawolf’s independent label Slumerican Records.
Black Tarpoon release new video
Black TarPoon has released the video for their song “Ten Thousand Throats” via The Sleeping Shaman. The song is from their upcoming release Probable Caws which will be out later this year.
Zola Drops New Music Video For “Not Like Other Girls”
The moody and cathartic video combines performance with cinema and showcases Zola in her favorite element. It is the perfect visual companion for the tongue-in-cheek single released earlier this month. The director of the music video, Jamie Leuchs-Curtis says, “Not Like Other Girls is a music video created to be an extension of qualities I saw in Zola’s personality and the way she talked about the aesthetic of this song. The video has some thematic elements here and there but at the end of the day Zola and I decided that this music video wouldn’t be telling a particular story or sending some grand message but would embody Zola being Zola. And I think that’s what we did.”
Alanis Morissette Meets Liz Phair New Single
Los Angeles-based bubble rockstress Alexa Villa has played on The Warped Tour and has opened for acts including The Darkness, Drake Bell, Ryan Cabrera, and Mark Ballas & BC Jean of Alexander Jean to name a few. The singer/songwriter/classically-trained pianist is also a model, working with several fashion companies and regularly participating in events at L.A. Fashion Week.
CARRiNGTON MacDUFFiE Releases Lyric Video for “Baby Played Me”
“This is really an homage to musicianship in the form of a mod, lovelorn ballad. The footage was captured in a couple of different studios in Nashville, in a rehearsal studio and a flat in Glasgow, and one shoot took place in a former factory in that city, unheated, in the middle of an ice storm. It was barely above freezing, so the five of us band members either kept moving for the video camera, or we huddled around the single space heater — and had a blast. Drummer Allan James gets the tough-guy prize for wearing only a turtleneck,” shares MacDUFFiE.
“ELECTROMANCY” has released the video for their new track “The Spark” (Featuring Toefood) via Sleeping Village Reviews. The song is from their release “Robot Black Metal” which is out today.
After practically breaking the internet with news of its arrival, GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum artist, music industry visionary, innovative influencer, mogul, and mega-producer DJ Khaled unveils the biggest hip-hop event of the summer and his twelfth full-length album, KHALED KHALED, today via We The Best Music Group/Epic Records. Upon going live, it already vaulted to Top 5 on the iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart and #1 on the Hip-Hop/Rap Chart in addition to trending worldwide.
Tara Kelly’s “Play With Fire” strikes the match of betrayal and adds fuel to the rising flame of this folk-pop tale. As the consequences of her unfaithful partner’s actions loom, the instrumentation builds and suddenly culminates in a fun, gospel-inspired chorus with rock organ hits, the steady kick of a drum, driving pedal steel guitar, and energetic hand-claps. Tara Kelly reminds her beloved of an age-old warning – play with fire and you’ll get burned.
The Hooters’ ERIC BAZILIAN Shares Quirky Video for New Single “BACK IN THE 80s” New Album
Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist and founding member of The Hooters, Eric Bazilian, is set to release his fifth and final single prior to the release of his long-awaited new album Bazilian. Titled “Back In The 80s,” the song may at first seem like a glorified look back on a very successful time (the heyday of The Hooters)—a simple nostalgic ode in a time of isolation. The melodic, yet measured pop track is in fact an ode to appreciating all that life has to offer, the highs and lows and of being in the moment.
Our Band’s Sasha Papernik and Justin Poindexter directly inform how hundreds of thousands of students and adults experience the arts — either on the stage, in the classroom, or behind the scenes. Collectively, they have written, produced and performed thousands of concerts in a variety of genres, led instrument and chorus programs in schools, and designed curriculums for Lincoln Center, the Juilliard School and the Center for Arts Education. Passionate young leaders in the arts, they possess very different skills and approaches. Their debut album together, Bright as You will be released June 25. The 13-song collection finds shared ground between the two artists’ wide-ranging interests, and its retro-savvy production would happily fit in among any of the AM radio stations of yesterday.
For Skope: Cityzen is going darker and groovier with new “That Pill” (out now on CYB3RPVNK)
Cityzen’s newest release – “That Pill,” which just dropped on CYB3RPVNK. “That Pill” revolves around the mysterious producer’s tech-house signature sound, but this time he focused more on making his music deeper, darker, and groovier.
Alt-Electronic Rock Project CYVELLA Announces Stirring New Video via V13.net From Upcoming EP, Out 5/28/21
In Angelides’ own words “The EP is built upon double entendres. It sometimes reflects the complexity of womanhood and what it means to be a woman in the modern age. There are masked secret desires; dominance is juxtaposed with submissiveness; pain and sorrow are married with folly and a hopeful sense of humour.”
“For many, including the artist himself, the win for Burna Boy was bigger than Burna Boy – bigger than the Grammys and ceremonies and silverware. It was a time stamp on an era that has seen a dispersed diaspora come together in song and, in that reunion, display the richness of their varying cultures and heritages to a watching world. Among the music of contemporaries such as Wizkid and Skepta, Burna Boy stands at the vanguard.”
Meta & The Cornerstones Release New Single/Video “Breeze”
Meta & The Cornerstones continue to spread their message of peace, love, and harmony with their new single “Breeze.” Fronted by singer, songwriter and composer Meta Dia, Meta and the Cornerstones fuse a unique sound of afropop, hip-hop, rock and soul with a backbone of roots reggae. Accompanied by a stellar music video–watch here, Breeze is the first single from the band’s forthcoming album DIA, due out later this year.
Don’t let the name fool you – anyone familiar with legendary South Texas metalcore act SCARLETT O’HARA knows that their name may be dainty but that’s where any trace of delicacy disappears, as evidenced by the band’s first single in three years, “Friction.”