Hot off the success of “Whistle” from artists 4B and Teez, DJ Snake’s Premiere Class Records is back with its second release – Aazar & Bellecour’s bass rattling “Da Vinci.”
Paris-based producer Aazar, also a member of Point Point, has been busy in the studio working on an abundance of exciting new music to be released throughout 2018. Boasting a versatile production style, Aazar followed his early successes with releases such as his remix with DJ snake of Skrillex’s “Dirty Vibe” and Spotify viral-charts topper “Pop Dat” with 4B, to name a few. Unannounced Aazar collaborations were debuted at Ultra Music Festival (Miami) 2018 by the likes of Tiesto, The Chainsmokers and more.
Urban folk singer-songwriter Forest Blakk is thrilled to unveil the acoustic music video for his song, “Love Me.” Forest says, “Bringing my song back to its roots feels no different than coming home. At the heart of it, “Love Me” is just a broken-hearted man with his guitar singing to the world wondering if anyone can hear him!”
Forest Blakk made his worldwide debut with “Love Me” on Live Nation’s Ones To Watch in October 2017.
Last year, powerhouse producers Seven Lions, Tritonal, and Kill The Noise brought fans a whirlwind sold-out tour across North America. For those that weren’t lucky enough to catch them on the road, the trio has packed the sounds and vibes of the tour into “Horizon” – a three-way collaboration.
The force of this single perfectly encompasses the hard-hitting nature of the Horizon tour and the styles of the three artists. You can hear the pop sensibilities of Tritonal, lightly interlaced between the melodic, rolling bass of Seven Lions. ‘Horizon’ is capped off with an aggressive, frantic dash of DnB, and a heavy-handed dose of Kill the Noise.
Just four months ago Umphrey’s McGee, who recently graced the cover of Relix, released it’s not us to critical acclaim – an amalgam of big, heavy rock elements and guitar wizardry, to softer moments, jazzy flourishes, propulsive percussion, and jams.
The critically acclaimed anthemic dream pop and post-punk band, Eternal Summer are thrilled to unveil the music video for the song “Forever Mine.”
Nicole Yun says, “‘Forever Mine’ was shot live in Roanoke, VA at our practice space, then sent to our long-time visual collaborator, Japhy Riddle, who transposed sequences of still images to whiteboard drawings to create the animation. With a tempered songwriting process that has spanned over two years, the group finds themselves documenting the many ways that one can cope with disappointment, fear, loss of control, loneliness and depression. The result is 2018’s Every Day It Feels Like I’m Dying…
River Whyless, the North Carolina-bred folk-rock outfit, has released the fourth installment from their forthcoming studio album Kindness, A Rebel (out June 8th via Roll Call Records). River Whyless will be kicking off their summer tour on June 1st, making stops in Nashville, New York, Los Angeles, Roswell & more.