Multi-Platinum producer Gryffin returns today with the sizzling, club-ready “Scandalous” featuring pop superstar Tinashe. Boasting dynamic production, soaring vocals and infectious hooks, the track is an irresistible call to the dance floor.
Critically acclaimed and Austin-based Middlespoon, the brainchild and passion project of lead vocalist Alexander Beatz, continue to make waves with the release of their infectious and sleek new dance-inspired pop anthem “Bon Bon Boy.”
Amy Shark enters a new era of artistry with the release of brand-new single “Only Wanna Be With You.” The song was recorded & produced by Joe London (Lizzo), Konstantin Kersting (Tones & I, Mallrat, Spacey Jane) and Holy Holy’s Oscar Dawson – a notable sonic shift, dictated by fresh and powerful turbo-pop.
Indie-rock goddess Connie Constance releases new track “Hurt You” – a driven and uncompromising song that fuses the distilled cool of classic post-punk, with a fearless and unrelenting attitude. The single moves through verses of a sparse style rhythm section, before gliding into a chorus of sparkling guitars and soaring vocals.
Canadian singer-songwriter Blair Lee releases “Peachy World” from her debut EP “The Puppy Game.” A tale of the world you create in your head versus reality, this new single is a means of trying to convince yourself everything feels “peachy” even when feeling cast aside. Produced by close collaborator, ModMaxx (Drake, Roy Woods, Tinashe).
Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum (Michael C. Hall, Peter Yanowitz & Matt Katz-Bohen) are kicking off their next era with the highly anticipated single – “Let It Go.” The song is a soaring, synth-heavy escape from reality as the band really encouraging listeners to do exactly as it says, LET. IT. GO.
Indiana blues-rock outfit The Cold Stares have announced “Voices,” their new full-length album. Recorded almost entirely over the course of just two days with producer/engineer/mixer Mark Needham (Taj Mahal, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Walk the Moon, Fleetwood Mac), the album stands as the band’s most mature, eclectic collection yet.