Parish f/t is thrilled to release his new single “Release,” featuring vocals by Daphne Willis. Parish f/t is former Cage the Elephant Guitarist And Now Producer, Lincoln Parish’s Solo Project.
Parish says, “I’ve long been a fan of Daphne Willis’s music and when thinking of other people I wanted to feature she was the first person to come to mind… Lyrically I think the song will touch anybody who has ever dealt with anxiety issues, and from a musical standpoint it has all the elements that I love hearing in pop music with an amazing vocal and killer bass line.” “Release” has all of my favorite elements of music combined in one track: A killer vocal from Daphne Willis, a hypnotic bass line, and nostalgic elements from the past that give us something a bit familiar but leaves us trying to put our finger on it.”
Alt-Pop band, Saint Slumber are thrilled to unveil the music video to their single “Stay Away.” The video was shot, directed and edited by the band. “Stay Away” is off the band’s new EP. Youth//2, out now.
From the band, “The music video for STAY AWAY has been our latest visual project and it’s one we’ve been very excited about for a while now. Starting principal photography at the tail end of 2017, we wanted to pair the dreamy, retro vibes of the song STAY AWAY with a visual experience to match. The end result is something we’re really proud of: a video with strong aesthetic direction, reminiscent of some of our favorite 80’s films, and something that really shows the live energy of our band.”
FuntCase teams up with bass sensation Wooli for the thunderous “Man Don’t Want War” featuring East London MC Clipson. Wooli’s name has been inescapable in the global electronic music scene, with support from Excision, KAYZO, Snails and many more and sharing bus tours across North America with Bear Grillz and others.
“Man Don’t Want War” features amongst DPMO Vol 2’s massive 22 tracks of terror with Flakzz, Ganon, Upgrade, FuntCase himself and many more contributing to this entry to the series and with the clouds gathering on the horizon, it looks like a particularly evil storm is brewing.
The Wombats have released a kaleidoscopic video for their new single “Bee-Sting”. The upbeat and funky video drops as the trio prepares to kick off a headline North American tour, including stops in Los Angeles, New York City, and many more.
Coming up, The Wombats will also be releasing an extended version of their Top 3 UK and Billboard 200 charting album, BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE WILL RUIN YOUR LIFE, out November 9 via AWAL Recordings. The album has already been streamed over 100 million times on Spotify and the extended version adds three new bonus tracks, “Bee-Sting” being one of them.
Breakthrough Spanish duo UFO Project follows up their well-received Circus debut “Music Soldier,” serving up another slice of cybernetic bass music in the form of “Artemis.”
Pulling no punches, it’s as brash and dramatic as they come with an epic, widescreen mentality. Further to the high-level support UFO Project had already received before landing on Circus including a glowing DJ Mag review and plays from Anna Lunoe on her Apple Music Beats 1 show, “Music Soldier” then set the bass scene alight with support from Excision, 12th Planet, Dirtyphonics, Fabian Mazur, Run DMT, DJ Craze, Obsidian, J Phelpz, Crizzly, and many more.
For almost 20 years, The Motet have been fusing boisterous badass funk and swaggering soul with a thought-provoking inventiveness to create something truly unique. The Denver, CO seven-piece (Dave Watts [drums], Joey Porter [keys], Garrett Sayers [bass], Ryan Jalbert [guitar], Lyle Divinsky [vocals], Drew Sayers [sax] and Parris Fleming [trumpet]) are continuing to evolve and further define their distinctive sound with their ninth studio album, Death Or Devotion – a killer collection of feel-good groves due out on January 25 via the band’s own label.
Death Or Devotion earmarks an important point in the band’s own journey. Since emerging in 1998, they’ve cooked up eight full-length albums and entranced countless crowds. 2016 saw them welcome Lyle behind the mic and Drew on sax. Shortly after, they kicked off what has become an annual tradition by selling out the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater for the second time.