What happens when two established, diverse producers join forces to create a nostalgic, fun, and energetic project? Behold, Forever Kids! Their debut single “This Party” is out now on Ultra Music.

“This Party!” is a dance floor anthem that can move even the toughest crowd. It will have your grandma grooving, your mother Shazaming and your sister shuffling. You don’t even want to know what it will do to the kids on the dancefloor. The twisted voice with the eccentric accent combined with a robotic vocal hook and a beat phatter than Elvis, make this tune a must for festivals all year long.


Athens, GA psychedelic country mainstays Futurebirds are excited to announce their new album Teamwork, due out January 15, 2020. To ring in the announcement, the band has shared two new singles. The video for “My Broken Arm” debuted via Relix, who noted that Teamwork “captures the many flavors of the psychedelic country rockers.” Live For Live Music premiered “Waiting On A Call” and called Teamwork “a genre-bending adventure highlighted by intertwining elements of hard rock, alt-country, psychedelia, folk, and everything in between.”

Futurebirds are currently on tour with kindred spirits CAAMP, which culminates in two sold-out nights at Thalia Hall in Chicago, IL. To celebrate Teamwork’s release, the band will make the trek back up to New York City for a night at Bowery Ballroom on release day, January 15.


Balancing her junior year of high school with her musical ambitions, singer-songwriter Noella Rain releases her new single, “Scars Are Your Strength”, from her upcoming album, Phoenix. Self-reflective, honest, and open, Noella Rain distinguishes herself as a young songwriter ready to grow with each song serving as a life-altering lesson.

“Scars Are Your Strength” is an anthem of self-love and self-acceptance. Using her own personal struggles and pain, Noella Rain gives hope to listeners alongside a mellow guitar riff. “Scars Are Your Strength” proceeds the success of her August single “Black & White” – another equally inspire single about maintaining who you are in a relationship.


Troi says, “I’m really inspired by boundaries. My visual signature lies in pushing images that are familiar enough but still break the rules a little bit. I hope that this helps the message resonate even more with viewers.”

Regarding her visuals, there’s more: “And that message is for those working on achieving their dreams and for those who are already living their dreams  – don’t forget the here and now because it’s all we have. Hold on to your heart.” Below is her new single “Hold On To Your Heart”


The orchestral indie-pop duo, The Brilliance, announce their single, “World Keeps Spinning,” ahead of their sophomore album Suite No. 2: World Keeps Spinning: An Antidote to Modern Anxiety, due out January 10th, 2020. The Brilliance’s acoustic-electric, symphonic-pop songs invite you to step outside yourself; to see the world through the eyes of the other, the stranger, and those you may consider your enemy.

The band is comprised of songwriter David Gungor and composer John Arndt, who crafted the new “suite” in collaboration with Biola University Orchestra and Chorus. Recently featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Chill Hits as well as several other Spotify editorial playlists, The Brilliance gets 600k+ Spotify listeners per month.


Colorado-born, Brooklyn-based alt/psych band,  Futurist, share their new video, “Harakiri” in anticipation of their new album, Omens, due out September 27, 2019.  Led by central songwriter, Curtis Peel, the project  features psychedelic rock and earnest songwriting, achieving a sound best described as “future-classic.”

““Harakiri” is a cool psych-rock tune with an addictive bass-line and chattering percussion that puts the listener into a head-nodding groove, while the spastic keys and rhythmic guitar sets the mood for the haunting lyrics that are sung with passion and a sense of urgency. ” (Pancakes and Whiskey)  By virtue of experimentation, a multimedia vision, and energetic delivery, Futurist creates a wall of sound that ignites audiences with their own style and modern mythology.“Futurist hearkens to the past with the sounds of strings and colonial drumbeats, but the underlying darkness meshed with sunny demeanor proves they offer enough light to burn.”


Like he’s fresh out the fireworks factory, ReauBeau is throwing down another banger, tearing it down on “Lately” feat. Kay Slice with his unique brand of club-ready trap. 

Making a young ReauBeau proud, the prolific producer recently scored a placement on the newest installment of the iconic Need For Speed series with his and 2WEI’s remix of the NGHTMRE and ASAP Ferg collab “Red Light.” Fans were quick to jump on ”Wings” alongside Julian Calor, another in a long line of celebrated singles for Circus in 2019, you’d be foolish to miss the latest addition!

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