Music Monday: Tessa Violet, Duke & Jones, Future Thieves, YUMI, Jason Ross, and Don Diablo & Zonderling

Nashville, indie pop artist, Tessa Violet is thrilled to announce her US tour with Dodie. The tour kicks off on September 6 in Boston, MA and wraps up September 29thin Portland, OR. The entire tour is already SOLD OUT. See all tour dates below.

The past week, Tessa has announced her new album, Bad Ideas, to be released on August 3rd and unveiled the first single “Crush.”  “Crush” has already suppressed 325,000 streams on Spotify and the music video has over 667,000 views and treading on the UK Youtube Trending Page. Tessa has amassed over 1.5 million followers and a collection of lyrically-driven songs to reflect her growth as a self-made musician. Using platforms like YouTube and Patreon, she built a platform with a nimbleness that continues to drive her career as an artist and creator.

 

Having thoroughly proved themselves through a ruthless remix of DISKORD’s “Want U” before dropping their debut single with Circus Records – “Final Goodbye” – last month, Duke & Jones are back again, backed up by an array of exciting featured artists to deliver their first EP Eclipse.

Hailing from Manchester, known as a breeding ground of musical creativity in the UK, the young duo have massively come into their element over the past year, delivering releases through Zeds Dead’s ‘Deadbeats’ imprint and Thrive Music, along with upcoming official remixes slated for the likes of Jauz & Zeds Dead.

 

Nashville’s alternative rock band, Future Thieves, are thrilled to share their new music video for their single “Dark Spin.” “Dark Spin” is off of Future Thieves’ Self Titled album, to be released on September 7th. The video was directed by Preston Leatherman.

The lead singer Elliot says, “The video for Dark Spin was inspired by an actual event that took place in 1964 outside Nashville.  It’s a story about a mom who was overcome with jealousy of her daughter and is believed to have killed her while she was home from college. There was a big cover-up and a lot of speculation as to who did it. We adapted it a bit to fit a theme for Dark Spin and even roll over to our next single Prom Night and it’s video.

 

YUMI slows it down on Dim Mak single “Ego Boost,” the title track off her forthcoming debut EP. Emotionally-charged vocals accompanied by a stripped-down beat filled with artful snares, keyboards, and chimes amplify the melancholic beauty of this indie-meets-alternative-R&B electronic track.

YUMI is a rising recording artist, model signed to Wilhelmina International, Curve Division, and YouTube personality.

 

Los Angeles-based beatsmith Jason Ross has unveiled his new single, ‘Into You’, featuring Karra. After a duo of collabs with Seven Lions, the release marks Jason’s first solo release on the label. ‘Into You’ is now available worldwide on all streaming services.

Having first risen to fame in 2014 with his acclaimed track ‘Burma,’ Jason’s ascension has been marked with hits like ‘Valor,’ ‘Me Tonight,’ and ‘Through it All’ to become one of Anjuna’s brightest stars. Collaborations with Above & Beyond on their ‘Fly To New York’ remix, and a mashup with Kaskade from his track ‘Solaris’ further cemented his rise.

 

Don Diablo is truly on fire at the moment, with this new collaboration with fellow Dutch duo Zonderling making for his third release in just one month. One of the biggest tracks of 2017 was Don’s colossal edit of Zonderling’s ‘Tunnel Vision’. It was the second Most Played track of the year (1001Tracklists) in clubs and on festivals and the fans were more than ready for a full-fledged collab in 2018. This time revisiting a rave classic, the trio have reunited for a full single release and monster collaboration to share their fresh take.

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