The Glitch Mob unveiled their first single since the release of 2014’s Love Death Immortality, which debuted at #1 on Billboard‘s independent albums chart. The release comes with an immersive new music video produced by Strangeloop Studios, the same creative force behind the live shows if artists like Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Pharrell, The Weeknd and Zeds Dead, among many others. The video’s thematic focus on self discovery is wonderfully elucidated by the creator’s futuristic graphics and animations.
The single is the first from the group’s forthcoming album, titled See Without Eyes. The trio also recently announced a massive world tour, with dates in nearly every major US city.
DJs from Mars, Rudeejay & Da Brozz have teamed up on this Throwback Thursday to release an absolutely mind blowing 4 minute 90’s mega mashup, smashing 40 tracks together into 4 minutes of nostalgia. All 3 of the artists have been teasing this mix on their social accounts for the past week or so, and if you know anything
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If you are having a rough day, we highly suggest you listen to Alison Wonderland’s latest single “Church.” Unlike the trap sound of her last single, “Happy Place” this track is an empowering synth-filled pop ballad. The Australian producer uses her own vocals on the track, and her lyrics demand respect. “You better treat me
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Just last week, Marshmello teamed up with the up and coming vocalist Anne-Marie to release their massive collaboration “Friends.” This week, the duo is back with the official music video. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis (Ariana Grande & The Weeknd “Love Me Harder”, David Guetta ft. Sia & Fetty Wap “Bang My Head”), the video
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If Drake doesn’t make you smile, you’re either a hater or a psychopath. Fact.
The man has grown his brand to define a culture that surpasses the confines of hip-hop, and now he’s delivered on what he claims to be “the most important thing [he’s] ever done in [his] career” with the new music video for his dominating new single “God’s Plan.” The track is an enjoyable return to vintage Drake’s mister-steal-your-girl flow, but the real show stopper is the hit’s new video feature, which finds the OVO helmer spreading the love… and wealth, dropping the video’s entire $1 million production budget on a handful of life-changing good deeds. And damnit if it isn’t the most heartwarming thing on the Internet right now.
“The budget for this video was $996,631.90. We gave it all away. Don’t tell the label,” reads the feature’s title card.
The new “God’s Plan” video comes complete with Drizzy’s characteristically beaming smile and dad-cool dance moves, while he goes around purchasing people’s groceries, funding a University of Miami student’s education with a $50,000 scholarship, suprising total strangers with chunky wads of cash and impromptu shopping sprees. Instead of another big budget rap video, good guy Drake drops off an inspiring piece of content to match his latest sonic product that’s undoubtedly bound to make your day.
As Alison Wonderland continues to ascend in the electronic realm, she’s become a fixture in the global dance scene while slowly rolling out new productions. She’s allowed her live performances to speak for themselves — a wise decision — with an upcoming installment at Coachella a high point of anticipation. Another sign of her powerful production abilities and strength of her fanbase: she’s the highest billed female DJ set to perform at the festival in 2018.
Presently, Wonderland’s preparing to release her new album, AWAKE, and now released its very first track.
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Unlike her most recent trap-ridden single, “Happy Place,” which found Wonderland in a place of considerable sonic comfort and calculated drops, “Church” is an empowering, future pop single. Its lyrics are challenging and demands that all comply to her utterance, “You better, treat me like church.”
Released on February 12, the music video commands the enigmatical meets magical aesthetic that characterizes not only Claptone as a performer, but all productions christened with his name. An enthralling embodiment of the fantastical, the music video is comprised of a smooth choreography synchronized to “In The Night’s” rhythmic progressions, and performed by none other than the producer himself. Attention to textile detail proves paramount at the video’s end, where Claptone and a group of fellow masked dancers perform a rapturous “water fountain dance sequence.”
The extremely versatile Sydney, AUS based producer Hansaa is solidifying his come up in both Australia and the U.S with his new single and video release for “Nights” which was co-written with LA-based duo soso and featuring vocals by singer/songwriter Emma Sameth. The indie pop original reminds me of a more Pop influenced Mura Masa