Music Monday: Flux Pavilion, KRANE, Anna Wise, The Weeks, Max Styler, Citris, and Juliette Goglia

Leaving listeners with little time to recover from his last seismic single, Flux Pavilion is back on it with “Surrender” featuring Next To Neon and A:M out now on Circus Records. His last two singles “Somebody Else” feat. GLNNA and his Marshmello joint “Room To Fall” feat. Elohim saw him feature amongst Spotify’s biggest playlists such as ‘New Music Friday Global’, and ‘mint’, after only two weeks of release, they’ve already gone over 4 million streams.

Adding to this stellar single is Next To Neon, a Scandipop nominee for Best New Artist and Debut Single of The Year for his incredible ‘Looking At You’. Fusing a sonic palette of 80s synths and modern pop vocals, he’s turning heads everywhere he goes.


Encompassing his mastery of emotive soundscapes, classically-trained KRANE delivers a dreamy slow-burner on “Tell Me Why,” featuring vocals from Malika. “Tell Me Why” is the first track off of KRANE’s forthcoming sophomore album, due out later this year via Dim Mak.

If “Tell Me Why” is anything to go by, the new album promises to be full of lush productions and passionate sound design. Since dropping his critically acclaimed debut LP Fallout, KRANE has become a hero to aspiring producers around the world.


GRAMMY award-winning musician and producer Anna Wise has announced her forthcoming debut album, As If It Were Forever, out October 18 via Alpha Pup Records, along with a new alt-R&B single “Nerve,” which was written in a single evening. Read more and listen to “Nerve” via The FADER HERE. The single creates a kinetic ode to spring cleaning relationships. As If It Were Forever is available for pre-order HERE.

Anna Wise shares, “I created ‘Nerve’ with Jon Bap and Nick Hakim in a single evening in Brooklyn, NY. Sometimes words and melodies flow out so fast, it’s best to have all your tools ready to catch the ideas before they leave you and tap on the next person’s shoulder.


The Weeks’ new single “Paper Mache Houses” is out now with the music video premiering exclusively on Parade Magazine. “Paper Mache Houses” is the second single off the band’s new album Two Moons, to be released on September 13th.

“This song is about taking in the world around you. It’s about weeding out the bad parts and negativity, so you can absorb and enjoy the little things that make us all human.” shares Cyle Barnes, the lead singer from the band.


Layering feel-good vocals over heart-pumping piano house, Max Styler comes back with another crossover club hit, “Let Me Take You There,” featuring Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Laura White. Highlighting his dynamic palette of upbeat tones and soulful melodies, Styler lays down one of the freshest songs of the summer.

Arriving after the recent June 2019 release of his Supernatural EP, Max Styler’s “Let Me Take You There” picks up right where he left off, gracing fans with another house cut full of infectious energy.


Infused with an almost surf sound, Citris immediately catches the listeners’ attention through intricate and interlocking electric riffs. The track is reminiscent of the early 2000’s grunge rock tracks that make you forget all your worries.

Citris was started by Angelina in 2012 in Purchase college amongst fellow musician/artist friends. Creating a signature grunge rock foundation with a progressive twist, Citris created an underground following throughout the community and grew with the times and their growing fanbase. Citris has recently morphed into a duo consisting of Angelina, vocalist and guitarist, and Aaron Silberstein, drummer.


Inspired by 90’s visuals, Juliette Goglia plays with color to show that she is a woman that cannot be summed up into one adjective. She is a vision in blue, a rebel in red, empathetic in green — she’s a whole rainbow. Throughout the vibrant video, there is only one dim figure, a gray cupcake that encompasses everything Juliette is not. The music video for “Sweet” transcends into a nostalgic frame of mind that drives the moral of the track further home. The audience can see themselves throughout the video in a way that encourages others to embrace their mess, no matter what it may be.

Juliette Goglia is an artist born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She grew up before our very eyes through her roles in Hannah Montana, Scandal, Easy A, Two and a Half Men, Mike and Molly, and countless other TV shows and films. In 2018, she decided to span across platforms and enter the music industry. Writing honest, raw, and sometimes cynical songs, Juliette’s music drips with all the attitude of the early Katy Perry we all love and miss but with a 2019 alt-indie flare.

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