Genre-bending and boundary-defying, this single features powerful vocals, stellar production, and heart-wrenching lyrics. Lush vocals lay atop grungy-guitars, rock-inspired drums and dreamy synth work - making Yoe Mase a jack of all trades.
CLARA-NOVA's alt-pop indie rock sound is light, bouncy, and even a little funky. "Cold Water" is the sound of summer as funky electric guitar licks take charge, airy vocals bounce around and an upbeat-tempo takes you for a ride.
"Whispery tease of a vocal," "just so damn sultry," "flirts with temptation," "sensual, sexy jams."
These are all words used to describe Marian Hill's music. Marian Hill takes on the ever-important role of changing the narrative and challenging the language that describes women in music. You can see it first-hand in their new video for their track, "Wish You Would."
Flaunt Magazine gives a first look at the video and dives into a Q&A talking all things Marian Hill - their inspiration, creation process, international success and how it's all shaped their music today.
Imperfect Fifth says of the video, "Clear, precise visuals. This video encapsulates the trio's live performances tactics, while allowing them to partake in a short film-like storyline..."
Atwood Magazine says, "The Habits' "Calling Me Up" is special: With its crests, valleys, and lush swirls of energy, it carries a weight that extends well beyond the band's identity - wrapping us in waves of familiar strain, tension, hope, and longing."
Looking for the a good-ol summer bop? Look no further. Tofer Dolan's "Baby Daddy," twists the typical elements of pop-music into a Picasso-esque, surrealist experience.
It was a late-night dream the sparked the start of Tofer Dolan, the musical project of singer Asher Roth and producer Oren Yoel. Tofer Dolan is a departure from the artists' previous musical ventures and their debut into the alternative-pop world. Give it a listen, you won't be disappointed.
Earmilk says, "Keller becomes heartbreakingly exposed on this electro-pop tune and it's a wonderful display of the vulnerability found in her songwriting."
Sky explains, "'Weekend' is about an unattainable love. It's about wanting someone who is unavailable but for some reason this person (you desire) still keeps you around in some capacity. I really hoped I'd be able to change her mind, but in the end, she wanted nothing more than to have fun."
Earmilk says of the haunting single, "'Murky' is a three and a half minute tour de force that transports the listener...Saint Mesa paints a vibrant and visceral picture of the tense and awful beauty that is nature. This single is unique, raw, uplifting, and beautiful..."
The fiery Madge released her new single "Alice," and it's nothing shy of amazing.
The Music Ninja writes "It's such a jarring juxtaposition, and one that works beautifully." Head on over to The Music Ninja to read the full review and give "Alice" a listen. Trust us, you won't regret it.
Superheart is back again and does not disappoint. Gifting us with his new track, "Satellite," Superheart continues to set himself apart in the indie-electronic world and this track is exactly what you've been missing.
Earmilk says, "'Satellite' by Superheart is beautifully crafted single and finale to a series that is as beautiful as its artwork. Superheart with a style reminiscent of Teen Daze and Tycho opens the song with bubbling electronic synthesizers that evoke a feeling of Spring in the 80's. As the vocals are layered in with the flowing synths a soundscape is created that in my mind transports me to the middle of Central Park midday as the sun peaks out from being behind the clouds."
Stevie Wolf's "Yves Klein Blue" is out now! Stevie won us over with his powerfully vulnerable tracks and he's done it again with this edgy track, "Yves Klein Blue."
Billboard says, "Stevie Wolf's latest track is another peek into his soulful, electronic-tinged sound. Over bluesy melodies that give way to a booming hook, the singer tackles the complexities of loneliness and human connection, asking: "Could you ever know me at all?""
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!
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.
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.
Still A Great Night brings us a poignant social commentary on the world we've come to declare "normal" with his newest single, "Still A Great Night." Bringing light to the social issues around us, Still A Great Night leaves us with the ever important message "I still believe that life can be something so very beautiful."
Be sure to give it a listen.
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."
Hot Collars has done it again with their newest summer tune, "No Money No Problem", which is out now! This track is off of their upcoming EP Slim Street 45s, Pt.1.
This lighthearted, upbeat track is a reflection of the summertime spirit - carefree and uplifting, "No Money No Problem" is the perfect track for BBQ's and long summer days, enjoying the simplest things life has to offer.