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Lucie Silvas Releases “We Don’t Know We’re Living” Featuring Brandi Carlile And Joy Oladokun

On Friday, September 10, Lucie Silvas released the single, “We Don’t Know We’re Living” featuring Brandi Carlile and Joy Oladkun. Co- written with K.S. Rhoads and Caroline Spence, Silvas reveals she wrote the song in a moment of self-awareness, “I needed a wake up call. It’s easy to think we are entitled to the air we breathe instead of feeling lucky to be alive and showing gratitude for the time we have on earth.” Silvas was performing the song live in the fall of 2019 when it caught the attention of Carlile who admitted, “I opened up for Lucie a couple years ago, and I was standing on the side of the stage when she did her headlining set, and she sang this song and I have never been the same since.” The song is featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Roots Rising, and is the cover of the Fresh folk playlist.

Metalcore band APRIL 21st write an open letter about depression with their new “Stand Up and Scream” music video

Brazil’s fast-rising metalcore band April 21st have just revealed a new music video for the song “Stand Up and Scream”. The video was produced by Lucas Akira. “Stand Up and Scream” is the third video from the band’s new EP entitled Courage Is Born from Fear which was just released this past Friday via Eclipse Records. Watch it right now on YouTube at this location.

Video: Cymarshall Law – Electric B-Boy (off the new album “I Still Love H.E.R.”)

Cymarshall Law releases the video for “Electric B-Boy” along with his new album “I Still Love H.E.R.”

The album is a dedication to staying true to what we love. When Hip Hop first began, it was an unwritten rule: to get on you had to be raw and original. Over time Hip Hop has become commercialized to the point where the masses find it hard to find genuine music that feels authentic. Cymarshall Law, is the definition of how Hip Hop was created to sound, an emcee who sounds like only himself, passionate, and skillful with a message in his songs to match.


Alternative rock artist TAYLOR MCCLUSKEY has been on a roll over the last year, churning out anthemic rock singles each month to his rabidly growing fanbase. Now, he’s back to satiate his audience with the earnest rock single “Bulletproof” (Live) that’s streaming everywhere now. Watch the video below.

Sena Kana + Ty Dolla $ign Share New Video For “Show Me” (Produced By Poo Bear) – Premiering Now via NYLON

Sena Kana—the first solo female Japanese pop artist to hit gold status in the United States—is back with the official video for new single “Show Me,” linking up with mega-producer Poo Bear (Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Usher) as well as featured artist, hitmaker and multi-instrumentalist Ty Dolla $ign, also appearing in the video now premiering via NYLON.

Danny Blu Releases His New Music Video “Predator”. Hints at New Album

Dark/Industrial Pop artist Danny Blu begins his next chapter buy celebrating a return to the stage with his new song “Predator”

For almost two years musicians have been unable to perform live due to obvious reasons. As the world slowly opens back up, Danny Blu celebrates the return with his new song “Predator”. The song originally premiered on Post-Punk.com.


Canadian thrashers LUTHARO have revealed a trailer for their video “Hopeless Abandonment”. The video is set to be released this Friday and is taken from their upcoming album Hiraeth.

Frontwoman Krista Shipperbottom comments: “Hopeless Abandonment has to be my favorite song on the whole album. This song hits especially deep for me and has such a special meaning behind it.”

Young Dolph Has More Jewelry Than Your Jeweler in “Talking To My Scale”

Young Dolph might live a life of luxury, but he’ll never forget where he comes from. Delivering a diary of a trap lord turned CEO, Dolph shares the video for “Talking To My Scale.” Produced by Memphis mainstay DJ Squeeky, who captivates with a low-note piano riff, whirring synths, and insistent 808s, “Talking To My Scale” is a quintessential Tennessee trap anthem, packed with the witty turns of phrase and bits of hustler wisdom for which Dolph is known: “If I sacrificed myself, will I go to hell?/In my trap house countin’ guala, talkin’ to my scale/My jewelry box havin’ more water than Wisconsin Dells/Trap n****, I count money better than I spell.”

Watch DJ Gutta Butta, Slimmy B, Lil Bean, and MBNel Hustle Hard in “Bag Time”

Hailing from Vallejo, California DJ Gutta Butta and the former SOB x RBE emcee Slimmy B are quintessential Bay Area figures, focused on securing the bag above all else. Connecting with two more NorCal all-stars, Gutta Butta and Slimmy share “Bag Time,” their new video. A piano-led anthem about enjoying life’s finer things, “Bag Time” gets its power from the contrast between the melodic stylings of San Francisco’s Lil Bean, the smoothly lilting flow of Stockton’s MBNel, and the neck-snapping attack of Slimmy B. In the video, directed by Skiimob and hosted on the ABOVE ALL YouTube channel, the four artists don their favorite basketball jerseys (a lot of Kobe love) as they mob out in a secluded Berkley warehouse. “Bag Time” is a highlight track from All Net, the new collaborative EP by DJ Gutta Butta and Slimmy B, and the second video following “Sh*t Talking” ft. Icewear Vezzo.

YouTube Sensation Blanks “Never Have I Ever” video – out Sept 10 (indie-pop)

The track incorporates retro-style synths, big anthemic vocals, and unforgettable pop hooks right in time for those end-of-summer feels and is lifted from Blanks’ forthcoming debut album “Nothing Last Forever and That’s OK”. As executive producer, Blanks wrote, composed, and produced the majority of the album himself, showcasing his incredible talents as a multi-instrumentalist in the process. The collection of songs takes the listener on a journey through Blanks’ own memories, pulling inspiration from the good and the bad, including the loss of a friend at a young age and finding first love.

Doug McElvy’s Red Clay Revival Releases Single “Gold” – A Joyful Fishin’ Song

Born in the soul-basted countryside of Alabama, then brought to the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains to marinade and mature, Red Clay Revival delivers an experience that continues to reshape the parameters of roots music with skillful, heart-driven compositions. Bandleader and songsmith extraordinaire, Doug McElvy, lays a solid foundation at the epicenter of Red Clay’s musical magnitude. The band’s high energy shows are filled with slam-grass/bluegrass breaks, with a rock feel; it’s an entertaining performance sure to get the crowd moving regardless of musical taste.