Music Monday: Jonathan Roy, Low Blow, Ice Nine Kills, Jordyn Stoddard, and Parov Stelar

After Jonathan Roy’s live acoustic performance video of his song “Lost” received over 4 million views on YouTube, he decided to release it widely on DSPs. “You can insert your own life story into these words. This is for anyone who’s lost and for the ones that have helped others find their way.” – Jonathan Roy 

Below is Low Blow’s newest release – “House Revolution,” which just dropped on Protocol Recordings. “House Revolution” is a funky house track, already a signature sound of Low Blow, guaranteed to get anyone’s feet moving on the dancefloor, serving as a perfect start to the festival season. The Spanish producer previously appeared on Nicky Romero’s label with “Losing Control” last summer and partnered with Nicky himself on his “See You On The Dancefloor” EP earlier this year.

This is the first new music from Ice Nine Kills since their album The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood debuted at #5 for Top Album Sales in October. 

The developers of PUBG: New State were looking for a band who could write a track to bring out the intensity of the game and knew that Ice Nine Kills was known for adapting stories to music. After playing the prototype of the game, the band fleshed out the lyrics, melodies, and arrangements that would perfectly complement it. 

Indie pop singer, Jordyn Stoddard releases her new single “In My Dreams” which is out now along with the music video. “In My Dreams” follows singles Murder His Feelings and Self Sabotage.

Austrian DJ/producer and artist Parov Stelar is back with ‘Toxic Lover’, another infectious lead single released ahead of his highly-anticipated forthcoming album ‘Moonlight Love Affair’. The new original production follows up a series of singles, including ‘Candy Girl’ and its Late Night Mix from earlier in the year.

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