L.A.-based artist Bobby Saint is gearing up for the release of his ‘Unholy’ EP, out May 19th via Shoot To Kill Music. Giving fans a taste of what to expect, Saint has unveiled his soul meets funk rock single ‘Sexy’. Definitely not slacking on the production front, the Barbados-born singer delivers in epic proportions, making it easy to understand why he is rapidly becoming the talk among the media and music lovers alike.
L.A. band have announced the release of their second LP ‘Albeit Living’. Out July 4th, the ten song album follows their debut record ‘A Thousand Hands’. One of the songs featured on the upcoming work is the dark and heavy cut ‘One of These’. Shining the light on the subject of addiction, musically the track glides between revving post-punk and new wave. Loaded with raging guitar lines and thundering drums, this tune will surely raise a few pulses. You can stream ‘One of These’ below.
K.Flay brings forth a clever and quite hilarious video for her single ‘High Enough’. Directed by Lorraine Nicolson, K.Flay finds herself living in a trailer park whilst getting extremely aggravated by the couple next door who is constantly fighting. After voicing her opinion through the walls and kindly being told off by the couple, K.Flay decides to blast music which magically puts the guy and girl in a dancing mood. Once she turns the music off, the couple revert to the irate beings that they are.
Ariel Levitan and Jeremy Dawson aka MXMS create what they dub as ‘funeral pop’. Whilst that can sound quite morbid, their music is actually quite gripping, evoking a sense of passion within the sometimes dark content. Their latest song ‘I Revenge’ is just that. Dealing with the idea of gaining revenge on an ex-lover caught romping around with someone else, the slow-marching piece plays with a beautiful haunt that is quite ear-catching. You can stream ‘I Revenge’ down below. Read more […]
Having already created waves with her tracks ‘Stay Awake’ and ‘Bullseye’, Australian producer and singer Anna Lunoe rapidly returns with her latest cut ‘Godzilla’. Released via her Hyperhouse Records imprint, the energetic club piece rattles with quaking bass rolls properly designed to rock any rave or festival. The song follows Lunoe’s past performance at Coachella which garnished strong reviews among the media. You can stream the single down at the bottom. Read more […]
With a sound straddling between hazy pop, sun-kissed rock and a dash of psychedelic soul, Los Angeles-based band Valley Queen have released their new EP entitled ‘Destroyer’. Led by the classic vocals of Natalie Carol, the six-song record is a lush touching of a distinct style of rock and roll with sensibilities of acts The Eagles. ‘Destroyer’ instantly evokes imagery of long drives through the vibrant California desert. Out now, you can stream the EP below.
K.Flay brings more fire with her latest single ‘High Enough’. The song is the follow-up to her previous tune ‘Black Wave’. ‘High Enough’ finds the L.A.-based artist finds alternate ways of staying lifted without constant bombarding of drugs whilst soaring over a gritty alternative/post-punk platform. The track is taken from her forthcoming album ‘Every Where Is Some Where’, out April 7th via Night Street/Interscope.
Los Angeles band Bleached get extra weird in their latest video ‘Can You Deal?’. Seemingly interrupting what looks to be a news station with the reporter a half man/half creature-like being, the black and white visuals have a 90s appeal to it. ‘Can You Deal?’ is directed by Ryan Baxley. The song is the title track of the new Bleached EP, which is currently out now. Check it out. Read more […]
From the early days of coming under the tutelage of techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson to releasing a body of music that spans over two decades, Detroit native Marc Kinchen aka MK has grown to become one of the major superstar producers in electronica. His remix CV is so deep that you would quite the number of pages to list them all. This includes reworks for The B-52s, Masters At Work, Céline Dion, Sam Smith, Lana Del Rey and the list continues. Refusing to slow down, MK’s remix of Rihanna’s Read more […]
New Zealand singer Madeline North better known as So Below has been one of the artist that we have kept close watch on over the past year. Sharing tracks like ‘Sleep’ and ‘Luna’, North now unveils for video for her latest single ‘Hard’. Directed by Susie Francis, the dark-themed video features So Below trekking through the natural habitat at night with only glimpses of light hitting the singer, creating an air of mystery. Have a look at the video below. Read more […]