Category: Music

”Pretty Please” Check Out The Funklabb’s New Single with Myah Marie

The Funklabb bring the 70s back to life with “Pretty Please,” their summery new track about longing for a crush. The track is a co-release with Myah Marie, who’s known for her backing vocals on songs like Britney Spears’ “Circus” and Selena Gomez’s Rare album, and features Ruba and Young Dinero.  “Pretty Please” is one…

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SEVENTEEN Show Off Their Maturation and Versatility as a Group on ‘Your Choice’ EP

Fresh off their million-selling 2020 projects ; (Semicolon) and Heng:garæ, SEVENTEEN is back with their Your Choice mini album, which showcases their growth as a band since their 2015 debut. They’ve already sold over 7.5 million albums and collected over 2 billion streams, but if Your Choice is any indication, those numbers are only going…

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King Shelter Stand as Firm as “CONCRETE!” Against Gun Violence

Great for fans of acts like grandson, King Shelter’s “CONCRETE!” is a frantic, politically-charged anthem. As the first single from their upcoming PATIENCE EP, the song tackles gun violence with rap-like cadence over energetic guitars. “‘CONCRETE!’ is about the frustration with the glorification of the shooter,” Taylor Hecocks of King Shelter explains. “We’ve seen the…

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Catholic Guilt Acknowledge Grief and Mourn on Touching Track “Nothing…”

Grief and loss are, unfortunately, something everyone has to deal with at some point or another, but life can go on and you can grow from that hardship. Melbourne rockers Catholic Guilt reflect on losing a loved one with “Nothing…,” the final single from their August 2020 EP This is What Honesty Sounds Like. “‘Nothing…’…

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Interscope and Essentia Unveil Insightful “Stop for Nothing” Artist Series

COVID-19 made daily life harder for everyone, but especially artists who draw from their own experiences for their work and couldn’t tour or connect with fans in person. That’s why Interscope Records is teaming up with Essentia Water for “Stop for Nothing,” a musical spotlight series that features a new up-next Interscope artist each month. …

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Katastro Drop Danceable “One Day” Ahead of ‘Sucker’ Album

Katastro is determined to soundtrack your summer with “One Day,” a tropical-esque track about a back-and-forth relationship. “One Day” is the newest offering from their upcoming sixth album, Sucker – fans have already heard, and fallen in love with, tracks like “100 Rips,” “Way Too High,” and “The Way I Feel.” The Phoenix-based group –…

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Vyvyd – Review

Four years after their epic post-punk/psychedelic record Bleeding Magenta was released, the Venetian band the New Candys are back. Their new album, Vyvyd (released in June 2021), is an excellent culmination of creativity that has resulted from the isolation of the cataclysmic Coronavirus pandemic. According to the album’s Bandcamp page, “This record has its own…

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January Jane Offer a Fun Nod to the 80s on “Versions of You” Ahead of ‘Your Drug’ EP

January Jane look to the 80s while kicking off a new era of their career with “Versions of You,” a synth-infused track from their upcoming EP Your Drug, due this summer. The band dropped the song’s electrifying music video earlier this month, using double-exposure shots to mirror the lyrics about duality and perspective. “Like the…

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LIVINGMORE’s ‘Take Me’ Celebrates Their Nostalgic Influences in a Fresh New Light

Livingmore’s energetic sophomore album, Take Me, is finally here via Nomad Eel Records, and it’s exactly the energy boost you need to get through the upcoming dog days of summer. The Los Angeles-based band have already earned over 2 million streams as an independent act, and Take Me, which they describe as “a part of…

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