Dan Deacon Announces Fall Tour Dates With Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz

Baltimore-based musician Dan Deacon has announced upcoming tour dates with Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz. Dan Deacon will open for the band which features Miley Cyrus and The Flaming Lips in Chicago, Detroit, Washington, D.C., Boston, New York City and Philadelphia. Continue reading “Dan Deacon Announces Fall Tour Dates With Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz”

With You. Release Felt This (feat. Brittany Foster)

With You., the collective group of musicians, DJs, and tastemakers led by founding members Rick Trainor, Jeff Penalva, Noah Schy, Daouda Leonard, and Dave Taylor aka Switch, first gave us the reggae-inflected groove “Speak” that featured Wailers lead singer Elan Atias and then followed that up with the Vince Staples-featuring “Ghost”. Continuing to show versatility with each new release, the collective is back to share “Felt This” which features newcomer Brittany Foster on vocals and is paired with an excellent dub from Switch’s alter ego Solid Groove. Jaden Smith debuted the song on his Beats 1 program. Continue reading “With You. Release Felt This (feat. Brittany Foster)”

Monokle’s ‘Rings’ LP joins house & ambient textures

Russian producer — and graduated psychologist —Vlad Kudryavtsev aka Monokle realizes that his home country might not be the epicenter of electronic music but lucky for him, German label Ki Records likes to spread out it’s ears worldwide searching for unique music and producers. That’s how it happened back in 2012, when he released his critically acclaimed Ki Records debut Saints. Marked by distinct influence from his upbringing on early IDM and glitch releases on Warp Records, he was established his voice by weaving in element of ambient and drone for a truly singular debut. Continue reading “Monokle’s ‘Rings’ LP joins house & ambient textures”

Moonbeam City Premieres 9/16 on Comedy Central

“Moonbeam City” is Comedy Central’s arresting new animated series that delves into the sex, violence and pastels of another time. Walking a very thin neon line, with its absurdist take on the gritty, sex-drenched crime dramas from the 1980s, this retro-futuristic cop extravaganza dares to go to the mean streets of mystery and criminal excess. What will it take for this dysfunctional police force to protect their beloved, neon-soaked metropolis? Continue reading “Moonbeam City Premieres 9/16 on Comedy Central”

Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Ne-Yo Release “Higher Place” Video

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have welcomed fans in for a peek of their festival-slaying lifestyle, while also bringing to the forefront Grammy-award winner Ne-Yo’s irresistible vocal skill and superstar touch, the collective have officially taken ‘Higher Place’ out of the 2-dimensional and into the realms of reality. Continue reading “Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Ne-Yo Release “Higher Place” Video”

Simple Ways to Save Money in Your Home Office

Those who work from home have a variety of reasons for doing so – perhaps you are a small business owner working from home in order to save money on an office lease, a freelancer, or a single parent looking for ways to comfortably make money whilst looking after your kids. Either way, the one thing in common that most people who work from home have is the desire to keep costs as low as possible. Just as it’s vital that a home office appears professional, it’s also important for it to be economical as possible – it’s easy not to notice expenses piling up. If you’re thinking of refurbishing or setting up a home office, here are some tips on how to do it as cheaply as possible. Continue reading “Simple Ways to Save Money in Your Home Office”

Shane Tutmarc continues to celebrate a single a month in 2015

Some may know Shane Tutmarc as the front man for Seattle-based indie-pop band Dolour, which featured Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes).  However, after packing up Dolour, Tutmarc packed his bags in 2010 and moved to Nashville, where he refined his sound, blending garage-rock, folk, blues, country, gospel, and pop to create an Americana flavor that pays homage to its predecessors, but also knows when to expand on and experiment with different influences.  The result is something that has been described as Nashville rock-n-soul; but, after one listen to Tutmarc’s music, you won’t be worrying as much about labels and genres as you will be singing along.

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Rudimental Release We The Generation 9/18

RUDIMENTAL are about to take the ‘Made In Hackney’ stamp and make it global. Since unveiling their brand new single ‘Never Let You Go’ to great international acclaim – and a brand new music video – they have also announced their eagerly awaited sophomore album,“WE THE GENERATION,” set for release on September 18th through Major Toms/Big Beat. Continue reading “Rudimental Release We The Generation 9/18”

The Glitch Mob & Mark Johns release “Better Hide, Better Run”

The Glitch Mob and Moving Castle collective vocalist Mark Johns have released their new song “Better Hide, Better Run” along with the announce of TGM’s new EP Piece of the Indestructable coming June 9th. Stream the song below and keep an eye out for more Mark Johns music coming soon. Continue reading “The Glitch Mob & Mark Johns release “Better Hide, Better Run””

Good Graeff Release “I Want That” Video

Indie-pop twin sister duo, Good Graeff has debuted new video for single, “I Want That”. “I Want That” is the first single off Good Graeff’s upcoming, “Good Job Go,” which is set for a July 7th, 2015 release. Continue reading “Good Graeff Release “I Want That” Video”