Music Monday: Don Diablo, Gringo Star, Paul McDonald, Catlow, Arctic Moon, and Meaux Green

Hot on the heels of the announcement of his biggest solo show to date and the critically acclaimed tribute single ‘Wake Me When It’s Quiet’, Don Diablo has released his next studio project, ‘Anthem (We Love House Music)’.

After releasing an album filled with radio-heavy tracks, ‘Anthem (We Love House Music)’ is the next big club track after the hugely successful ‘Momentum’ and ‘Cutting Shapes’. Using a distinct vocal sample destined to become an instant classic, the track is full of energy and a new highlight in his sets.

 

The Atlanta, indie rock band, Gringo Start is thrilled to announce their new studio album, Back to The City, to be released on August 24th on Nevado Music. Today the band has unveiled the first single, “Easy.”

The album is the band offering another fresh take of garage, psychedelic, and classic rock and roll, this time even offering strings. Back To The City is the first album recorded with Gringo Star’s newest secret weapon – Joshua Longino who help swap on guitars, bass, percussion and vocals with the Furgiuele brothers. As well as a first with some lush strings by Dave Claassen.

 

Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, Paul McDonald is thrilled to share his music video for his song “Hold On.” “Hold On” is off of Paul’s debut solo album, Modern Hearts, that is out now. The video was directed by Jason Lee Denton.

Modern Hearts is available for purchase at https://www.thepaulmcdonald.com/ . The 14-track body of work represents a full spectrum of emotions, from soulful and sorrowful tracks to invigorating new-life anthems, to meditative mid-tempo numbers.

 

Fusing elements of indie/electro pop-rock with a pinch of twangy alt-country vibes, Vancouver-based recording artists CATLOW ​have returned with a dazzling music video for the latest single, “Settle Up.”

Frontwoman Natasha Thirsk exclaims, “Running into people in life who want to dim your light is common. This is a song for the underdog, the manipulated, the survivors and warriors. Settle Up not down to people who misunderstand you, treat to cruel, fight for causes you believe in, even if that’s only just in yourself. Don’t let someone drown you when they’re sinking. Stand your ground and don’t let them turn you around.

 

Just after destroying Poland dancefloors with an immense b2b with his country-fellow Indecent Noise, Arctic Moon returns to the iconic Future Sound of Egypt label with another production called “Digital Voices”. Playing in front of over 10,000 people, this team up is set to see the light once again at Electronic Family Festival in the Mecca of trance – the Netherlands.

 

Having set a new standard through his collaboration “Call To Arms” with Circus bossman Flux Pavilion earlier this year, Meaux Green returns to the label to deliver his latest eulogy “Work” – something he’s clearly no stranger to.

With the up-and-coming producer joining the label last year with the destructive “Soundkillaz” and “KO,” Meaux tore his way across the US in support of TroyBoi in the final few months of 2017, with more dates making their way onto his calendar throughout 2018, including a recent back-to-back set with Mr. Pavilion himself.

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