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Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Rachel Row



Rachel Row
Follow The Step (KiNK Beat Mix)
 

better way to start the weekend than this track by Rachel Row.  Her track ‘Follow The Step’ has been remixed by KiNK and we likey

Avicii



Avicii
Wake Me Up

Avicii made "Levels," a song that you have heard) bringing out live instrumentation and taking a hundred thousand ravers on a journey through Americana. But that isn't stopping the face of Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply: On Monday, the producer born Tim Bergling dropped the video for "Wake Me Up" online. The clip is an escapist fantasy in multiple ways. The actress in the video finds a way out of a boring, hostile past into a party-laden city, and Avicii gets to include footage from Ultra that makes it look like everyone loved his set.

Manic Street Preachers - Show Me The Wonder

 Manic Street Preachers - Show Me The Wonder
 

National Treasures - The Complete Singles [Explicit]

unveiled the record’s title-track, which also drops as an extended music video/film on 16 September, new single ‘Show Me The Wonder’ will precede the LP on 9 September.
The video for this album cut features none other than Submarine and Being Human actor Craig Roberts.

Saturday, 27 July 2013

Limp Bizkit


Limp Bizkit 
"Ready To Go (Explicit Version)
" feels like a band reawakened in many ways. At the same time, it's the Bizkit the world knows and loves from Significant Other and Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. A rumbling Wes Borland riff catapults the immortal rhythmic shake from bassist Sam Rivers and drummer John Otto forward. Fre d Durst lets loose about Britney Spears "dropping to her knees" and even name checks Lady Gaga. However, "Freddy D" is the rock god he always was just smarter, slicker, and sharper than ever

Shane Filan



Shane Filan
Everything To Me
” on 25th August via Capitol Records. The track was written by himself with the collaboration of Nick Atkinson, and produced by Grammy
award winning producer, Martin Terefe.
Acording the press release, the track is sing-a-long, sunshine tinged pop at its finest, and the sound might come as a surprise to fans – but is sure to delight. The song is featured as the lead track on an EP which includes three other brand new songs

Friday, 26 July 2013

Black Onassis




Black Onassis
offers two tracks available to stream on their website. Brain boasts a laid back, psychedelic vibe featuring the hypnotic vocals of Ben Gautrey, former member of The Cooper Temple Clause. The up-tempo Innocence Blitz features Calla front man Aurelio Valle over a pulsating bass line. It is clear that the sound isn’t too far off from Karloff’s Kasabian days, but the inventive riffs and seamless choice for collaborative vocals ensure that the project will lure in a strong following upon arrival of the debut album.

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Yo La Tengo


Yo La Tengo
Fade

purposefully intended to "cut down on some of the sprawl" on the upcoming Fade. "Ohm" doesn’t extend out in length like past triumphs such as I Am Not Afraid of You And I Will Beat Your Ass' "Pass the Hatchet, I Think I’m Goodkind", but it does reach toward the same kind of brilliant simplicity this band often deploys to etch out their longer songs. The open-ended nature of their circular riffing makes if feel like a track that’s been reduced down from something bigger, with the band aiming to work only with the very essence of their sound. It aligns "Ohm" with the poppier material from Yo La Tengo’s back catalog, returning to the same kind of warm, melancholy feel of I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One's "Sugarcube".

Fade

Rizzle Kicks


Rizzle Kicks

have unveiled their fun-filled music video for new song 'Lost Generation'.

The 'Mama Do The Hump' duo unveiled the song last month with a first play on Capital FM, and have now premiered their first music video of 2013.Stereo Typical

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Chris Brown


Chris Brown

compilation “Right By My Side” and now we’ve got the follow up “Love More” which is pretty raunchy but what do you expect from both Chris and Nicki! Take a listen to the song

Panic

 

Panic
Miss Jackson (feat. Lolo) released last single Let’s Kill Tonight -off junior album Vices and Virtues, though with their absence it’s obvious the guys have not been home twiddling their thumbs (despite what Brendon Urie’s Vine account may depict). While recruiting touring bassist, Dallon Weekes as a full time member, Urie wedding his long-time girlfriend, all while working on their follow up to the 4th album, It seems the trio have had a very busy year and a half.
Now pushing aside the unanswered question whether the band would make an appearance this year, and better yet, whether or not the outcome would be more Pretty.Odd. than we would have wanted, we’re put out of our misery with the very flashy Miss Jackson.
Okay upon first listen we have a feeling we’ve heard an intro like this before, or at least we think we have. Then the penny drops, this intro makes us think of the opening scenes to L.A. Noir, yes the game. I know, it’s random. But with the whole 40s theme with the echoing vocals and faint yet slightly noir- school feel to the backing track, we have to think are Panic! at the Disco are either really big Rockstar game fans or they really are going backwards as opposed to forward.
Though no longer than 12 seconds in and we’re thrusted back into the 21st century with music that is very reminiscent of now and more notably very Fall Out Boy’s My Song Know What You Did In The Dark. With everything from gang vocals, edgy backing tracks and Urie’s signature symphonies laced with a slight speakerphone echo, its evident there’s nothing flowery or Beatles-like here, thank heavens!
- See more at: http://www.bringthenoiseuk.com/201307/music/reviews/single-review-panic-at-the-disco-miss-jackson-feat-lolo#sthash.YeyvXFUT.dpuf

Snakadaktal



Snakadaktal

Amazon

Hung On Tight

10th most blogged about act in the world — not bad for a bunch of teenagers from Melbourne, Australia. With the release of their first LP Sleep In The Water less than a month away, the band has finally unveiled the video to lead single “Hung On Tight” and it comes as something as a shock to fans of the sunnily psychedelic buzz track “Air” and even the moody “Dance Bear”.
“Hung On Tight” finds the band in a dark, dark place. There’s an intensity and gloominess on display that reminds me of The Cure but then a melodic aspect that is completely original. The haunting song gets a suitably disturbing video. A guy wakes up in an ice bath to discover he’s missing an organ and then decides to sing karaoke before things go really bad. It’s an Australian horror story told with skill and visual flair. Watch the grim visual above.

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

One Direction


One Direction
 Best Song Ever


trivia is that the boy band will bring a flock of screaming tween-age girls a.k.a. Directioners to the Pepsi Center on Wednesday night. And, just in time for their Colorado concert, the 1D boys have also released a new music video for their song “Best Song Ever

Monday, 22 July 2013

Beady Eye


  Beady Eye 
 Shine A Light
video may satisfy your Beady Eye needs, the best place to catch them performing this track - and loads of others - is on their recently-announced November UK/Ireland headline tour.
They will kick off proceedings on November 7 at Dublin’s Olympia before taking in Glasgow's Barrowlands, Leeds' O2 Academy, Newcastle's O2 Academy, two nights at Manchester's O2 Academy, Wolverhampton's Civic Hall, Portsmouth's Guildhall and finally London's Hammersmith Apollo on November 21s   tSS



Sunday, 21 July 2013

Bastille

 Bastille - Things We Lost in the Fire

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Things We Lost in the Fire
 

The track is the latest to be taken off the bands chart topping album Bad Blood. The video see’s frontman Dan Smith in the middle of a love story and other scene’s see him wielding a
gun. The band have stated that they want to use more guitars in their second album and explore more genres.

Friday, 19 July 2013

Daughter



Daughter  
Youth

 have unveiled a new music video for single ‘Youth’.
The track features on the band’s debut album If You Leave, which was released earlier in 2013, and you can watch the video .

MS MR


MS MR
Secondhand Rapture [Explicit] (Amazon Exclusive Version)

video for “Think of You” off Secondhand Rapture, we’re brought back to old-school public TV as they perform on what looks like an 80′s VHS-era gameshow. If you’ve been missing the old days, you’ll be pleased. Watch the video above to see how well the song and setup actually work together.
The New York duo released their debut album, Secondhand Rapture, in May of this year to high praise.

Thursday, 18 July 2013

Sara Bareille


Sara Bareille

Blessed Unrest

original material that had fans snapping up tickets for this solo tour in a matter of minutes, and Bareilles is no slouch in that department,” isn’t necessarily the one you’d choose to make the best case for her songwriting chops. “Love Song,” her 2007 breakout, remains as catchy a pop song as the 21st century has produced, with its ideal blend of hooky coloratura and conversational lyrics. That one works equally well with or without a band, since in either case the rhythmic emphasis remains on her Ben Folds-like quarter notes on the keyboard (worth noting: Folds himself was in attendance). Some of her other more poppy material, like “Uncharted,” “King of Anything,” and even “Brave,” came off better in concert, sans the bells and whistles that producers have added to convince radio that she’s not a one-trick piano woman.

We Were Frontiers


We Were Frontiers

 are to return with the announcement of their debut EP Giveth Taketh Away.
The Leeds band have set their local scene ablaze since their success at the Futuresound competition. Having gained invitations to play the BBC Introducing stages at Reading and Leeds festivals, who labelled them simply ‘brilliant’, the band have gone on to play sold out shows and garner a loyal fanbase. The band’s distinct folk flavoured compositions, with discernible amounts of Ennio Morricone-esque melodies, have struck a chord with many industry figures. Capturing the attentions of renowned producer James Kenosha (Lone Wolf, Pulled Apart By Horses), the band were led to recording their double A-sideWildfire/Demons under his seasoned watch. The finished product received a great response and outlined the band as one to watch out for

A$AP


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A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky's Shabba Ranks-worshipping single "Shabba".
 Keep your eyes peeled for special cameos from "The Wire"'s Felicia "Snoop" Pearson and... Shabba Ranks himself.
"Shabba" will appear on Ferg's upcoming project Trap Lord, which is scheduled for August 

Travis


Travis 

Moving, animations are back projected onto the band's breath
This is the duo's first music video and develops an idea showcased in their Love is in the Air film, released on Valentine's Day this yearAs with Love is in the Air, an animated sequence was created beforehand and then back projected to create the effect. "Everything was shot in camera with no post production involved, the temperature was simply cold enough that you could see the guys' breath which we back projected the animations into," say Matt and Tom.

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Benji Vaughan



Benji Vaughan
 Even Tundra
 always wanted to make. Up until now he has hidden behind various guises (such as Younger Brother and the Zap ) and done much of his work with the Godfathers of Psychedelic Electronica - Si Posford and Raja Ram.

With Even Tundra the time came to remove the mask and avoid taking shelter in any particular scene or genre. He describes making the album as ' like making a folk record - just me, my sound lab and an emotion or atmosphere i wanted to hear - not a dance floor i wanted to fill.'

Ralph Myerz



Ralph Myerz
 Take A Look At The World feat. Annie (Original Version)

 collaboration “Take A Look At The World” over that solo single — and behold! Now it has a video.
There’s not much to see here — it’s mostly just Annie in the backseat of a car, looking like the chic Norwegian ice queen she is — but there’s a nicely hypnotic quality to the clip. It’s Annie taking a look at the world; it’s the viewer taking a look at Annie taking a look at the world. And the song is still great.

David Bowie

 

 David Bowie
Valentine's Day
New single 'Valentine's Day' from The Next Day, one of favourite albums of the year. For the clip, directors Markus and Idrani have Bowie playing a guitar in an industrial warehouse, so not a hint of stigmata to be seen - have a watch above

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Neon Jungle



Neon Jungle

Neon Jungle

girl band rulebook we predicted big things for Neon Jungle when we were the first publication to interview the girls back in June, and premiere a snippet of their debut single ‘Trouble’.

Today the girls have released the accompanying video and full track and it’s as infectious as imagined. We stand by our prediction

Krista Papista


Krrista Papista
Krista Papista
Krista's music is characterized by her soulful vocals which are accompanied by penetrating beats, cinematic sounds and raw lyrics that are fuelled with sarcasm and contradictions. Papista describes her distinctive sound as “Sordid Pop”.
Krista has performed at numerous venues around London (East bloc, 93 feet east, Candy Bar etc) and has also played at festivals around Europe (Womens International Festival, 2nd Athens Music Festival, Summer Love Fest).

Laura Welsh



Laura Welsh
Amazon

‘Cold Front’  appoints the ever prolific CFCF to transform her neo-soul ballad into a shimmering dose of Balearic beauty; ideal for the balmy weather we’ve been experiencing of late.
In addition to working with Dev Hynes (who produced debut single ‘Unravel’) and Rhye’s Robin Hannibal (producer of ‘Cold Front’), the Staffordshire-born songstress has also teamed up with Lana Del Ray and Bruno Mars producer Emile Haynie for her forthcoming debut record.

Calvin Harris



    Calvin Harris 
     single issued off his pretty fantastic 18 MonthsLP — the Ayah Marar-featuring “Thinking About You.” This is great news, given that “Thinking About You” is the best song on the album, a hidden gem tucked away as the last track.
    Sure, Ayah — who previously took on vocal duties on Harris’ brilliant 2009 single “Flashback” —  isn’t a big name yet like FlorenceEllieKelis or Ne-Yo. But “Thinking About You” is what you would call a proper summer single. Very proper. Here’s “In the mood for a little retro house? You can’t go wrong with ‘Thinking About You,’ which features vocals by Jordanian expat Ayah Marar. She may be thinking about you, but this jam has got us thinking about 1993.

Sunday, 14 July 2013

Hands Like Houses




Hands Like Houses
A Fire On A Hill

“A Fire On A Hill” and it is burning up our speakers.
The track comes off of the band’s upcoming album, Unimagine, that hits stores on July 23 through Rise Records. Frontman Todd Woodley told BluntMag a little about their anticipated release. “Unimagine, for us, is the result of the last two years of our lives. Everything we have seen, learned and experienced, personally and as a band, has found its way into this record one way or another. It’s one thing to write an album, but to create something out of a deeper understanding of yourself and your abilities, especially with all the pressures of expectations you’ve built up along the way is a massive challenge. And in a way, that’s what the album is about – finding happiness and satisfaction by deconstructing what has brought you this far and creating a foundation to create and grow from.”

Britney Spears


Britney 
Spears
 

 Ooh La La (from The Smurfs 2)

Ive Been fan longer than I'd like to admit. I used to sing her songs to myself quietly, and practice all her dance moves. Remember those two half-up ponytails she used to rock? Yeah, I did that, too.
She was special to me. So special, she was my first concert, and I had fun amidst the nosebleed seats. We like to think of Rihanna as the "good girl gone bad," but the original was Britney. She was the first (in my eyes) to go from small-town bubbly pop princess to sassy, rebellious superstar.

Miles Kane



Miles Kane
Taking Over

Taking Over', the next single from his top ten charting album 'Don't Forget Who You Are', out August 19th on Columbia Records.
Written by Miles and Ian Broudie (The Zutons, Echo and the Bunnymen), 'Taking Over' is well on it's way to being one of the festival anthems of the summer, having already got the crowds frothing at Glastonbury & Hard Rock Calling.
The album 'Don't Forget Who You Are' has struck a chord with critics everywhere, taking in four star reviews from the NME, The Independent, The Times, the Guardian, MOJO and Q who trumpeted ".it's time for Miles Kane's turn in the spotlight."

Laura Mvula


Laura Mvula 
She
has been garnering plenty of adoring reviews across the pond. Even before her debut album Sing to the Moon was released in Britain, she was shortlisted for the prestigious Critics Choice Award at the 2013 BRIT awards. Since the album was released, Mvula’s bright-hued retro-soul has been praised to the heavens for originality while simultaneously being compared to the luminary likes of Nina Simone and David Axelrod. Much of the praise is richly deserved. Sing to the Moon, which was just released here in the States, is a triumph of arrangement and melody: Songs like opener “Like the Morning Dew”, or the gorgeous title track, combine earworm hooks with beautiful, uniquely shaped verses, and showcase the open-hearted faith in the world that is clearly Mvula’s
calling card. Even when her lyrics communicate melancholy, it seems the singer has no choice but to sound defiantly anti-blue.

Saturday, 13 July 2013

Mario feat. Nicki Minaj



Mario feat. Nicki Minaj


Somebody Else [Explicit]

delivers the anticipated music video to his Nicki Minaj-assisted single, “Somebody Else.” The song, which discusses a story that we all know so well, of being left in a relationship, has been taking over
radio stations everywhere and serves as a great comeback for the veteran artist.
With a pending September release for his fifth studio album, tentatively titled ‘Restoration,’ Mario notes that this album will differ immensely from is predecessors. With the current single “Somebody Else” garnering much attention and a said follow-up titled “Fatal Distraction” featuring J. Cole, we’re anticipating this album to bring his talents back to the forefront of R&B.

Katy B

 

Katy B
 What Love is Made of

few could rival the English chanteuse’s lo-fi garage-inflected pop, shot through with dubstep and drum-and-bass, which was on full display in 2011′s On a Mission LP and last year’s exceptional Danger EP — and she’s shaping up to be again with the sound of her new single, “What Love Is Made Of.” The song, just premiered on Annie Mac‘s BBC Radio 1 show, is probably the biggest thing she’s recorded to date: The ’90s groove is timely enough, but her vocals sound more powerful than before, and the melody is absolutely instantaneous.  It’s rave-y, it’s trance-y, and it deserves to be a club hit.

Heloise & The Savoir Faire


 

Heloise & The Savoir Faire

 Diamond Dust [Explicit] [+digital booklet]


“Dive In,” and a new album Diamond Dust. NewNowNext chatted with front woman Heloise Williams about the band’s new sound, crossing paths with Lady Gaga and stepping away from the music scene.
Where has Willams been the past few years? After hooking up with Brooklyn’s legendary indie-music scene, she took a sabbatical of sorts in Vermont, pursuing a degree and recharging her creative battery. “I felt I was unclear about what was coming from me and what was the scene,” says Williams. “I wanted to isolate myself, think over what I wanted to write about.”
While “Dive In” is the band’s call to seize the day, Williams says the video is a “homage” to gay rights.  “[We were thinking] about gay marriage and all the embarrassing, horrible attacks around the word.” The rainbow saturated clip was also influenced by queer musician Arthur Russell’s avant-garde remixes and Andy Warhol’s infamous screen tests.

Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Josh Pyke



Josh Pyke

Leeward Side, ahead of his new album The Beginning and The End of Everything. His fourth studio album follows the success of its predecessors Memories and Dust (2007), Chimney’s Afire (2008) and Only Sparrows (2011), and its upbeat lead single was the second most played on Triple J over the past couple weeks. Pyke spoke to LUNA about the upcoming album (due out July 6th) and plans to hit the road again in the months ahead.
“Things are ramping up – getting the band and set together for the tour in August, and also balancing family life. It is difficult, but I can’t imagine it’s any more difficult than any other family balancing work and life.”
“This is the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do and I get a lot of joy from it. There’s anxiety and the stress of being away from home, but every night I get to play songs for people who want to be there, who paid good money to be there, and that’s a special privilege that I don’t take for granted.”
Pyke describes this record as a personal insight into “the most intense few years” of his life, and he hopes this will make it particularly relatable.

Benny Benassi

 
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Benny Benassi

“Dance The Pain Away” is a bona fide summer anthem that will ignite the crowds this festival season. The duo unveiled “Dance The Pain Away” to the world at this year’s Coachella (Saturday, April 13) when Legend made a special surprise appearance during Benny’s stellar performance at the Sahara Tent. Featured by CNN, the Los Angeles Times, Fuse and USA Today, who highlighted the performance as one of Saturday’s best surprises, the set was one of the most memorable moments at Coachella 2013.
Directed by Cameron Duddy, the video brings the song to life as it takes fans on a scenic drive along the famed Pacific Coastal Highway in Los Angeles with Benny Benassi behind the wheel of a classic Porsche 550 Spyder. Featuring John Legend and Benny Benassi, the video grips the gut of the track and captures the essence of searching for escape.

Elie Goulding

 


Elie Goulding



Burn the track on an air field, before her friends
plant lights to brighten up the space for the evening.
Halcyon Days will feature new collaborations with DJ Fresh, Madeon and BURNS, as well as her recent cover of Alt-J's 'Tessellate'.
The new material will be available as a separate EP on August 23, as well as an extended version of Goulding's 2012 album Halcyon.
The latter will also feature Goulding's hit
singles 'Anything Could Happen', 'Explosions' and 'Figure 8', as well as her Calvin Harris hook-up 'I Need Your Love

Friday, 5 July 2013

Issues


Issues

Hooligans

"Hooligans," which can be seen below. The band filmed it
in Los Angeles last month following a fan casting call. The track itself is now available on iTunes.
Catch them on the Vans Warped Tour this summer from July 23 until August 4.

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Stereophonics

 

Stereophonics

 released this new video, taken from their recent ‘Graffiti On The Train’ album which we reviewed on these very pages. This one comes on the heels of their Graffiti On The Train video in May, and the four men show no signs of applying the breaks.
The band have just announced two Irish arena tour dates, coming to the Odyssey Arena, Belfast on November 11th and The O2, Dublin on November 12th.

Taylor Swift



Taylor Swift

Red is the fifth single release from Taylor's multi-award winning fourth album of the same name.
Taylor is so busy touring the album at the moment, she hasn't had much time to put together a brand new video. Therefore, she's opted for a montage of concert footage mixed up with some exclusive backstage action.
Though it's a little simple, the concert highlights actually work well with the song. We get to see Taylor donning diverse stage outfits, playing different instruments and dancing in that awkward way we've come to know and love. Plus we get to see how the crowd reacts to her performances.

City And Colour


City And Colour


Thirst came from good stock. The whole album debuted at #4 on the ARIA charts with music journalists the world over swooning over the record. Our own reviewer called it “testament to one of the most consistently genuine and heartfelt bands on the scene,” and it’s hard to argue with that point.

Dallas Green is the man of the moment, as far as Australia is concerned. Just yesterday the singer-songwriter sweetheart announced a run of two intimate solo acoustic performances Down Under with a promise that more shows will be announced before the end of the year

Justin Timberlake


 Justin Timberlake

“Tunnel Vision” and was directed by Jonathan Craven, Simon McLoughlin and Jeff Nicholas. This single is off of The 20/20 Experience and finds JT involved with a bunch of women who cannot seem to find a shirt or shorts. Girls will be upset to know Justin still has all his clothes on for the clip

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Pitbull


 

Pitbull
Outta Nowhere with yet another catchy, radio-ready cut. While it might be the Cubano star’s single, his guest, Danny Mercer, has his fingerprints all over it. In addition to providing one hell of an ear candy hook and sharing song writing duties, Mercer also composed the ebullient, piano driven instrumental. Pitbull himself is no slouch, though, crushing two verses in his energetic, recognizable style. You can find both Feel This Moment and Outta Nowhere on the 305 boss’ latest album