Music Monday: Jessia Audiffred ft. ARTIX!, Franky Wah ft. AETHO, Drones, Save Yourself, and FENCES

Mexico’s bass queen meets Argentina’s prince of riddim for ‘Trippin’’, as Circus Records leading lady Jessica Audiffred collaborates with ARTIX! to bring you some blazing Latin American dubstep! Packing more punch than a Birria De Chivo, the bass brings an almighty thump to the eardrums as the brash distinctive voice of ARTIX! seduces you into the world of the South American underground music scene.

Franky Wah kicks off 2021 with the new EP “Should Have Seen It Coming,” his maiden release on the legendary Anjunadeep, out now.  A four-track EP, “Should Have Seen It Coming” opens with the lead title track, an emotion-drenched vocal cut pairing poignant breakdowns with the soaring vocals of AETHO.

With a strong emphasis on personal growth, Drones’ new album ‘Our Hell Is Right Here’, is out now via Thousand Islands Records (North America) Lockjaw Records (UK). Crammed with high-octane, yet deeply personal, punk cuts, the album also documents those experiences.

Nashville by way of Arizona artist Eddie And The Getaway embodies a fresh yet throwback sound that fuses 2000s pop-rock with the American storytelling of modern Country.

Eddie Eberle emphasizes the meaning behind “the getaway” stating, “It is not only about the music; it’s also about the freedom-filled lifestyle that surrounds it and these songs are the soundtrack.”

Save Yourself makes his New Noise debut with “Rage Runners.” The track is the first single ever to be released from the Winnipeg-based musician. On his debut offering, the young producer finds a beautiful balance between serene moments augmented by delicate vocals and harsh grating soundscapes.

Seattle-based FENCES, the alter-ego of musician/songwriter Christopher Mansfield will be releasing the Deluxe version of his 3rd album ‘Failure Sculptures’ on March 5th 2021 via ENCI Records, featuring two bonus tracks. Watch for a BRAND NEW EP to be released this spring.

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