Atwood Magazine Premieres Highschool Jacob

Hitting the ground running is funk-extraordinaire Highschool Jacob! HSJ is here with his newest single, "Can't Get Enough," which takes a page out of Daft Punk's book with its retro synth soundscape.

Atwood Magazine says, "Through its heavy funk influences and infectious guitar, the track embeds itself into your mind... HighSchool Jacob's retro synth soundscape is a breath of fresh air amongst the sea of hip hop and grunge that flooded radio waves towards the end of 2018." 

Ones To Watch Premieres GRAACE

Vulnerable but beautiful, GRAACE reveals the heart-breaking story of a lonely heart-breaker. Watch the video for “Last Night” HERE.

Ones to Watch says "GRAACE is among the new age of Birdy's; she makes emotional bangers with melodies that young girls can't help but cover for their YouTube channels. The Australian singer is only 21, but her sound is confidently her own, heavy with harmonies and lyrically dark."

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."

HOLYCHILD drops new single "Hundred Thousand Hearts"

.HOLYCHILD is back and they're bigger and better than ever before. Their new single "Hundred Thousand Hearts," is big and bold, much like the duo themselves. 

Liz explains, "Hundred Thousand Hearts is about how nothing else matters except love. The world will eventually end, and I hope when my residual energy is floating past the constellations it holds some semblance of the love I have in my life." 

Buzzbands LA Premieres Baby FuzZ

Baby FuzZ fuses indie rock, glam pop, and soul crushing ballads, making for one hell of a listening experience. 

The video for "Shadowland" is a nod to American suburban life and all its blasé routine. Each character, however, is replaced by a dark, shadowy figure like something out of a horror movie. It is a critique of American aloofness and indifference, and hints at something far more sinister lurking under the surface.

Buzzbands LA says, "The video for the song follows black-cloaked figure moving by rote through daily life - some heavy symbolism to go with Baby FuzZ's crushingly gorgeous piano ballad and its arching commentary that on the 'Highway to Elysium / Fell asleep at the wheel.'" 

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Tofer Dolan Releases "Baby Daddy"

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 Premieres Sky Keller

Sky Keller's new single, "Weekend," produced by Danny Garibay (Justin Tranter, The Ceremonies) and co-written by Alma Goodman, is here just in time for...the weekend. 

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." 

We Found New Music Premieres Colin Magalong

Our new heartthrob, Colin Magalong, released his slow jam, "After Hours," and if you weren't already in love with him, you certainly will be now. 

We Found New Music nails it when they write "It's minimal and it's mature in a way you don't often hear from new artist; Colin Magalong has a voice that can truly stand on its own and the songwriting to back it. It's a welcomed rawness that proves that this artist is capable of excelling in a wide range of genres." 

The Fader premieres Colin Magalong

Boy are we smitten. Colin Magalong's new track, "Melo," has got us second guessing our weekend plans. 

Colin is successfully bringing back 90's inspired, nu-disco jams and continues to do so with his new track, "Melo," which is out now! 

The Fader says, "We all could use a little bit of warm loving to get us through these last few dregs of winter...Over a chill little bass groove, he sings about an ideal sort of comfy date night including getting wine drunk, ordering take out, and dancing around the house. Listen to the song...and you'll find yourself cancelling all your plans ASAP." 

Weekly Roundup: New Music from Colin Magalong, Fakear, L8LOOMER and Cautious Clay

What a week! Amazing new releases from promising artists Colin Magalong, Fakear, L8LOOMER, and Cautious Clay. You can listen below! 

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Colin Magalong's new track, "Blossom," has 90's inspired hooks and nu-disco grooves that are bound to get you moving. Check out the premiere on B3Sci

Fakear releases his new colorful single "Lost In Time," available on all platforms here! "Lost In Time" ft. Polo & Pan, Noraa, and Clément Bazin is off his forthcoming album, out this April!

L8LOOMER's newest single, "Good for That" ft. Anne Dereaux is "the smoothest (and undeniably most sensual)." Head on over to Hillydilly to read more! 

Lastly, Cautious Clay's highly anticipated EP, Blood Typedropped 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. 

Lucaléy on Mystic Sons

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. 

Still A Great Night on The Burning Ear

 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

Rotana on LA Weekly

The sensual, riveting, and captivating Rotana reveals her truest self with the release of her "Over You" video. 

LA Weekly sat down with Rotana diving into what makes her the artist that she is. Head on over  for the exclusive and check out Rotana's "Over You." You don't want to miss it. 

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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."