Athens, GA based Lo Talker announce their debut single “No Champagne”, an expansive folk rock track augmented by the psychedelic whirr of fractured tape loops. The single is accompanied by an official music video directed by the band.

Andrew Shepard, vocalist and songwriter of the band, says of “No Champagne” that it’s a song about “having a reckoning with your past, fighting a religious culture war with political weirdos and grifters, and the absurdity of just being” during the American panorama of the last few years.

Flux Pavilion’s sound continues to evolve with the lovesick track “You & I” featuring award-winning music producer and singer-songwriter, Kata Kozma

Now, following ‘Sink Your Teeth In’ featuring Drowsy earlier in the year, Flux once again teams up with one of the most exciting lyricists and vocalists around. Another taster of his upcoming album, the track shows Flux Pavilion going deeper into his new sound making ‘You & I’ an exciting continuation of the current wave of creativity.

Dutch music producer Don Diablo teams up with singer and new kid on the block Denzel Chain to form “Camp Kubrick”. After crafting away in the studio for almost two years, the duo are set to bring you sonic waves of joy that take you back to a time where shoulder pads, leg warmers and mullets were still in fashion.  

Inspired by acts like Toto, Lionel Richie, Kraftwerk and movies like ‘Back to the Future,’ ‘The Never Ending Story,’ and ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ Camp Kubrick are ready to deliver their own unique twist to the nostalgic 80’s vibes. Their first single “Johnny’s Online” is the perfect example of what excitement is to come in the near future.

Monterrey-based anti-boy band AQUIHAYAQUIHAY return with an introspective new single titled “Sencillo.” The passionate song sees the group examine life after a relationship ends, exploring new beginnings while still wrestling with the past.

AQUIHAYAQUIHAY’s potent lyrical flow narrates the stages one goes through following a breakup: Depresión (depression), Terapia (therapy), Superación (overcoming); and Renacimiento (rebirth).

With 10 million streams for his wonderfully weird ‘I’m Sorry’ video and universal acclaim for its remix by Wuki, Riotron returns with another slice of dance-floor heaven.

This time, he’s back in the form of a thumping remix of his darkly infectious pop song ‘Light Go Out’ by Grammy-nominated swag house duo Black Caviar, whose track ‘What’s Up Danger’ from the Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse soundtrack recently surpassed 100 million streams.   

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