Deanna's debut track, "A Cause," is out now! Grungecake says, "'A Cause' starts off with a kick that mirrors a beating heart. Perhaps, it is synonymous with the way you feel when in a search for something unjustifiable. Before the chorus begins, that metaphorical heart stops and ushers us into the mental web of deciding your next move....[if] you just love good new music, lend Devore your ear."
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New villager, Rayvin Moon, wows us all with her sultry vocals and this dark-alternative pop piece, "Tyler Durden."
C-Heads says of the track, "Not much about the new artist is known yet, but the music speaks for itself. A towering production paired with her unmistakable voice, Rayvin assesses the universally relatable, the pondering of one's existence...in just under four minutes she's already proven she has all the tools necessary to cut through the at the moment oversaturated pop scene."
Superheart released a new track - and we couldn't be more excited. Head on over to The 405 for an exclusive look at the new track!
If there was one way to describe how Superheart's music makes you feel, then it would feel like the warmth of being wrapped in a blanket and reminiscing on the best times of your life. Amidst the warm tropical sounds, the groovy guitar licks, and the heart-filling vocals, Superheart delivers a track that is powerful but doesn't try too hard. "After Midnight" is the result and he gets it completely right.
Lastly, Cautious Clay's highly anticipated EP, Blood Type, dropped this Wednesday and is already turning heads. The eponymously titled single, "Blood Type," is featured on Spotify's New Music Friday, and is bound to make waves.
A Danger Village collab? We couldn't be more excited! Stevie Wolf is opening for Cautious Clay at his debut show at Baby's All Right 3/8, in Brooklyn.
Tickets are sold out - but there will be a small amount available week of!
Our new artist Jimmy releases his self-titled track "Jimmy." Jimmy is an embodiment of the "wilder" side that each of us suppresses daily, the alter ego that we keep hidden out of fear, expectations, denial, and social pressure.
BlahBlahBlahScience gives us a first look and calls it "a very strong, well-written pop song."
Sky Keller's "Don't Get It" reached the #1 Spot on Hype Machine!
Have you check it out yet? Listen here.
This Song is Sick says Cautious Clay "has a hypnotizing, unique sound putting a indie spin on hip-hop, and we can't get enough of it...he shines atop the backdrop consisting of guitar and percussion until he picks up a saxophone to bring even more soul making for an amazing take on his already great song. Don't sleep on Cautious Clay..."
Shiffley's "Cut Out My Heart" is a small taste of what this album has to offer. Paper Cranes has a killer energy that perfectly blends 90's electro-pop and 80's percussive mastery, and is the perfect addition to your "Driving down to the beach because it's 70 degrees in February" Playlist.
Payton Odom bring us his new single "Conventional Wisdom" off his forthcoming EP. With musings on heartbreak woven over vintage guitar, warm horns and driving piano, Odom's track finds a groove to it that is often lost in most contemporary music. Taking it back to simple production, intoxicating vocals, and soul-quenching lyrics, "Conventional Wisdom" is Odom's mark on the world - and quite a mark it is.
Stevie Wolf catapulted into the blogosphere last year with the release of his single "Who." Now he's back with his new track, "Low." Having garnered attention from numerous tastemakers, Stevie is well on his way to making a name for himself.
Check out Stevie's new song here and head on over to HillyDilly to see what they have to say!
Brother duo, Mines Falls, bring us their newest gem "In the Rain."
Powerful and striking from the get-go, a moody piano melody, soft high-hat and electronic beats lay the foundation for this breathtaking track. There's a strength and sadness in the vocals that is almost tangible. "In The Rain" merges the lyricism of a ballad with an urgent tempo. This song sounds like how standing in the rain feels: it overwhelms and takes over all of your senses, leaving you powerless to the forces out of your control.
The soulful Cautious Clay wrapped up 2017 with a bang. After wowing us all with his impressive original tracks "Cold War" and "Joshua Tree," collaborating with artists like Petit Biscuit and Bipolar Sunshine, and charting on Apple Music's Alternative chart, the Brooklyn based artist is starting off 2018 in a similar fashion. Selected by Soundcloud as "an artist to watch in 2018," Cautious Clay delivers his new track "Juliet & Caesar," and it doesn't disappoint. This track is off his forthcoming EP, Blood Type, out this February!
Check out Complex has to say about this budding artist.
The epic duo, Lucaléy, bring us their alt-pop masterpiece "Fire Under Ice." Pieced together with Ea's masterfully layered vocals atop fantastic synth production that carries a moving beat throughout. Entrancing and bold, this track touches on the fragility of life and breaking the confines that hold us down.
Check out what Mystic Sons has to say about the track and give it a listen HERE.