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Gone To Color shares debut single “The 606” feat. Jessie Stein of The Luyas

Gone to Color is an experimental rock/electronic music duo originally formed in Cincinnati and currently coexisting in Atlanta and Washington D.C. Core members Tyler Bradley Walker and Matt Heim frequently use the collaborative space to explore their songwriting with other artists.

10,000 Years Stream Brand New Video “Gargantuan Forest”

10,000 Years stream their latest video “Gargantuan Forest” via Doomed & Stoned. In addition Doomed & Stoned gave a brilliant review which can be read at the same location.

HURRICANE ON SATURN – new single “Crumbs”

Hurricane On Saturn is a new project launched in 2019 by Italian musicians coming from various genres called Dakm, Maydx, Antares, Rastaban and Marakk. The proposal out of any classification is based on a unique use of electronics combined with rock, rap, post-hardcore and crossover influences.

Japanese instrumental rock band LITE collab with DJ DE DE MOUSE

Instrumental rock band LITE and DJ artist DÉ DÉ MOUSE paired up on a new song , “Samidare”, to be released digitally on May 19. This new project was born following the release of the remix of LITE’s track “Image Game” by DÉ DÉ MOUSE last February. While it’s the first time for the artists to make a song together, they had already a close relationship and played on many of the same stages, with LITE’s drummer Akinori Yamamoto being a regular live session player for the project DÉ DÉ MOUSE+Drumrolls.

Jim Mullin “Lost”

Jim Mullin is a well established artist who burst onto the streaming scene in 2008. Having always had a natural affinity for music, the Los Angeles based songwriter honed his craft over the years to become the artist that he is today. Jim Mullin’s music has been featured on various shows including The Real World, Road Rules, Killing Eve, Stranger Things, E! and The Bad Girls Club. Although he receives creative inspiration from a number of styles, Jim Mullin combines a variety of compositional elements to form his unique sound.

Justin Courtney Pierre Announces ‘The Price of Salt’ + Shares “Firehawk”

The Price of Salt, produced by Thomas Rehbein (Small Towns Burn A Little Slower, Farewell Continental, Näive Sense, Robosapien), will be released via Epitaph Records on July 9. You can listen to the first track from the EP “Firehawk,” which channels classic ‘90s influences like Fugazi, Jawbox, The Jesus & Mary Chain, and The Flaming Lips.

New Music: Lagartijeando Releases New Single “Sideral Cumbia” on Wonderwheel Recordings

Argentina’s Lagartijeando is excited to announce his new single “Sideral Cumbia,” which is out now! It is the first release from his upcoming album due out in October on Wonderwheel Recordings.

The new song brings the listener to celestial levels by taking traditional Cumbia vibes deep into the outer reaches of space. “Sideral Cumbia’s” ethereal soundscape comes with minimalist drums, a bouncing bassline, echoes upon echoes of synth, staccato guitar and even some mbira before coming back to earth momentarily to a swelling horn section. A triumphant return for Lagartijeando known for pushing the boundaries of Latin Music, Folk, and Electronic music even further.

‘Rare Beasts’ OST by Johnny Lloyd & Nathan Coen – Out Now

Released through Xtra Mile Recordings, it features 12 brand new compositions that exclusively feature on the score of ‘Rare Beasts’. The soundtrack also includes the former Johnny Lloyd solo single: “Next Episode Starts In 15 Seconds”, which was written around the time of filming and features prominently at the climax of the film. With all songs composed by Lloyd and Coen, additional vocal contributions come from Hazel Baillie (who also edited the film).

[Single] The Tangiers ft. M-Dot & RJ Payne “Wrath of the Titans” prod. by M-Dot

Massachusetts emcees Benefit (of EMS) & Kaine, the newly formed duo “The Tangiers” are currently working on their debut project “The House Always Wins.” On the first single “Wrath of the Titans” they enlist the likes of Boston veteran wordsmith M-Dot (Pete Rock & Hi-Tek collaborator), who carries double duties as both MC and producer on this gem. Adding to the cascade of fire power is that of Brooklyn battle rap legend and Griselda affiliate RJ Payne, who was recently quoted as being Eminem’s favorite rapper. The fast-paced and soulful production from M-Dot sets up the perfect backdrop for the four emcees to verbally eviscerate any opposition. Look for “The House Always Wins” on all outlets later this summer.

Endearments Shares Debut Single “Left Side” Via Punk Rock Theory, New Music Out Soon

Endearments’ debut single, “Left Side”, is a mirror for the inner world of Brooklyn-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Marksson. Initially written to convey the dysphoria of obsessive-compulsive disorder, “it quickly became a song about the way my OCD was affecting my relationship, and making it difficult for me to see the toxic expectations that were hurting me,” says Marksson.

The resulting track unspools unanswerable questions over mighty pulses from drummer Jonathan Schmidt and Marksson’s own multi-tracked vocals, which flicker, omnipresent and cool, around the edges of the song’s atmosphere. “Left Side” ponders the limits of love and empathy, its hook—”you should know me like I do”—asking for the impossible as glimmering arps cycle between twin poles of solipsism and codependence.


El Taiger estrena nuevo sencillo junto a Puntilla Music titulado “GOAT”, producido por Dj Conds y El Brujo. El GOAT representa un nuevo estilo sonoro y visual para este artista con un enfoque del género más internacional. Actualmente El Taiger es uno de los exponentes Cubanos más relevantes del género urbano dentro y fuera de la Isla.

Con su reciente sencillo “La Historia”, el cantante logro conquistar al publico de España contando con más de 9 millones de reproducciones en Spotify y 1 millón de escuchantes locales. Ahora con “GOAT”, que formara parte de su nuevo álbum titulado “Los Británicos”, El Taiger viene fuerte junto a Doble 9 con un flow superior. El tema contiene un video musical dirigido por Marcell Films/ Alex Lay, mostrando el inigualable rapeo de El Taiger y una energía impresionante.

Qveen Herby debut album ‘A Woman’ out now

“I need to thank you, the Qveendom, for supporting me for SO LONG,” says Qveen Herby. “Watching me grow as an artist. Teaching me & inspiring me. I love you. This album is YOURS as much as it is mine… you have made me ‘A WOMAN.’”

Hear Six Organs of Admittance’s “All That They Left You” off his upcoming album, The Veiled Sea, that’s out June 25th on Three Lobed Recordings

Chasny’s gift is in making even the mutant rock of his new record The Veiled Sea as enveloping and mysterious as the unsettling chance operations of his Hexadic period. The Veiled Sea is, in some sense, a record built around guitar solos. Not the blown-out deconstructions of his work with Comets on Fire nor the saturnine processions of The Sun Awakens; not even the haunted, lysergic summonings of his early masterpieces like Dark Noontide and Compathia. The ones here are big, open, implacably ascendant edifices crowning the album like church spires over the towns of Europe. They reminded me of the enormous, chiming solos of Katzenmusik-era Michael Rother, but Chasny insisted on a decidedly less rarefied touchstone: 80s American pop shredder Steve Stevens. He of Billy Idol’s band; he of “Dirty Diana”; yes, he of the soaring Top Gun anthem. Chasny continues to draw the improbable lines of connection.

Gregory Dillon returns with enchanting deep-house remix of ‘Screenshots’

Dancing alone, New York based Gregory Dillon reinvents the melodies from his debut EP into an enchanting follow up, his ‘Dark Magic EP’ due for release July 16th. Today, he unveils his collaboration with Indian producer/DJ ‘Frozt’ for a remix of ‘Screenshots’, a confident deep house mix and the first taste of this upcoming project.

Listen to Jonny Kosmo’s “Last Call” via Week in Pop; sophomore LP is out on 6/4

“This tune was composed mostly of samples from other songs I had recorded which was a new process I was trying on with this record. I like the idea of themes and pieces folding in on themselves. In this process I have found there to be lots of happy accidents. Ideas I wouldn’t have thought of appear with the slip of my finger. It is very fun that way! The trumpet parts and parlor piano were all chopped using a sampler and then blasted into the groove. I had been fooling with the idea of chances and their meaning ever since I saw Jim Carey do his commencement address at the 2014 MUM GRADUATION. This Youtube video heavily influenced the lyrics of this song.”