Melbourne punk/alt-rockers Catholic Guilt return with “Talking Fake,” the band’s boldest/mature recording to date. Musically, “Talking Fake” sees the band step away from previous releases to find themselves moving into a more pop-rock space. Lyrically the single mirrors the frustration people can endure while living in the reality of a fractured relationship. 

Hot on the heels of the indie-tinted original, a no-wifi Remix, and the Markus Schulz collaboration – and two official music videos, we’re closing off the ‘Into My Arms’ saga in style with two new experiences.

Miss Monique delivers the coolest rendition by far. Weaving Emma’s vocals into hypnotic, pulsating beats and rhythms, Monique is taking things into a much deeper arena. Lastly, Steve Brian gives us the perfect round-up of ‘Into My Arms.’ The acclaimed German producer has concocted a tasty blend of trance and progressive house, bringing in not only new melodies but also higher spirits to Arms.

‘EMBRACE REANIMATED’ is the star-studded remix album of bass music legend Kill The Noise‘s sophomore LP and first album in 6 years, ‘EMBRACE’. 

Out now on Seven Lions’ Ophelia Records, the remix pack features scene-paving tastemakers like Moore Kismet and Ray Volpe to bass head favorites Champagne Drip and Hairitage.

Earlier this summer, Thomas Jack emerged from a transformative five-year hiatus with a sleek, and sophisticated new sound that’s evolved light years beyond the tropical house genre Jack pioneered in the mid-2010s. 

Inspired by MGMT and INXS, Jack debuted his new sound to much acclaim with “Sandman” – the track was created with an array of vintage synths, live drum kits, huge basslines, and melodic leads.

Singer-songwriter Jackson Wooten is thrilled to release his new single “Lovely Day” which is out now along with the music video that can be viewed below. Jackson Wooten is an indie folk singer-songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. In his music, Jackson combines heartfelt poems with moving melodies into a sound that meets at the intersection of folk, rock, and pop.

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