Consequence of Sound Premieres CLARA-NOVA

We are so obsessed - the mesmerizing and undeniable talent CLARA-NOVA is back with her newest banger, "Free," and if you weren't already in love, you will be after giving this song a listen. 

Consequence of Sound says it's an "airy alt-pop track designed for (and partially during!) top-down drives along coastal highways. It's building layers are the aural embodiment of a weight being lifted, while the beating rhythm provides the driving force to press on to whatever comes next."

The FADER premieres Isaac Dunbar

Summer has come to an end and school is back in session. Enter Isaac Dunbar, the 15-year-old artist headed for stardom with his new single "freshman year."

The FADER says "It's a sweet lil pop number filled with extremely relatable lyrics...The clip looks like a perfect montage from an 80s teen movie. Even though he's singing about not fitting in and feeling self-conscious, standing in the middle of his group of friends, it looks like he's doing alright."

Atwood Magazine Premieres The Habits

"Un-cuffing" season is among us and The Habits are getting us ready for those long summer days that seamlessly turn into night with the release of their new track "Calling Me Up." 

Atwood Magazine says, "The Habits' new song is a special combination of love and tension: The kind of song that says exactly what it needs to say, capturing all the little things while weaving a wide net that everyone can relate to...Brimming with euphoric indie pop energy and frenetic, love-fueled passion, The Habits' 'Calling Me Up' dives into the pain of keeping the spark alive when the lights are already out."

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Atwood Magazine Premieres Rayvin Moon

Rayvin Moon's dark, alt-pop, and cinematic sound in her new single "Lazy Sad Jesus," is exactly what you need to round out your week. 

Atwood Magazine says "Lazy Sad Jesus" is "a wake-up call dressed in red, a dark alt-pop anthem emphasizing our responsibility to, in the artist's words, be our own saviors...a majestic and provocative assertion of individual strength, power, and possibility."

We Found New Music Premieres Coleman Hell

The Canadian artist turned heads in 2015 with the release of his "2 Heads" track which currently has over 108 million streams on Spotify. Now Hell has released his new track "Killer" and well...it's just that. Killer.  

We Found New Music says, "'Killer' is a dance party waiting to happen. Hell captures the rushing feeling of intoxication, both in lyrics and in sound. It's a fresh indie-pop track that'll get you moving, spinning, and falling deep into those unforgettable nights." 

Keep up with Coleman Hell - a new album is on the horizon! 

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EDEN on Pigeons and Planes

The incredibly talented EDEN has completely won us over with his genuine and stripped down new single, "gold." Without losing sight of who he is, EDEN plays around with different sounds in this new track and perfectly captures the beauty in growing up and self discovery. 

Pigeons and and Planes says, "Dublin-based EDEN is set to have a big 2018. Get familiar... 'Gold' showcases Ng's songwriting skills and forward-thinking arrangement choices, and it's an exciting look at an artist poised for a breakthrough year." 

2018 - the year of EDEN? We're totally on board. 

Teenage Love on All Things Go

Teenage Love has returned with their quirky single, "Sweaterface" which is everything you need and more. 

All Things Go explains, "It's the problem everyone has of lending things to friends - you're never getting it back on time and when you finally do, there's something wrong and it's too late to fix. Prompt vocals pair with playful production that perfectly conveys that stress, but brings us right back to the inevitable "I forgive you" moment."