As they reach the midway point of their first American tour, Spanish punks PÓDIUM (Slovenly Recordings) are taking a breather to level you with their new single “Una Coraza.”
LA dark pop duo Boy Deluxe premiere their new single “Left Behind,” an alt-pop gem here, centred around standing up for yourself when insecurity rears its ugly head.
In preparation for his debut album, Jackson Mico Milas releases his gentle new single “Lost In Seasons.” Check out the double-single here.
To close out the week, Queens & Kings are debuting their brand new single release, “Testify,” a full throttle, grooving jam delivered with style and confidence.
Promising to re-energize rock, Atlanta quintet Pistols At Dawn start with their dynamic new single “The Truth”. Check it out here.
Ian Snow brilliantly blended heavy bass and melodic synths to create a real showstopper in “Above the Clouds,” the final track on his new EP of the same name due via Gravitas Recordings.
Vancouver-based band Moving City is pleased to premiere their brand new single, “Can I Go and See My Lady?” the lead single from the forthcoming album ‘Nightflash.’
London-based Japanese songwriter Mieko Shimizu continues to push boundaries with the new single “Phenomena of the Mind.” Check it out here.
The Impliers, the dynamic duo of Dan Hartman and Charles Ingram, premiere the new single “Stigma,” an electronic-tinged, alternative rock opus with a little bit of a 1980s retro ambiance.
Bristol afrobeat collective No Go Stop deliver a powerful message on new single “Simple State”. Check out the track here.
Marking the landmark 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s fifth studio album, ‘Ziggy Stardust,’ Sergeant Thunderhoof debuts their cover of “The Jean Genie.”
Channelling their shared experiences into their music, Singapore shoegazers Coming Up Roses release the breezy anthem “Would You Ever?”
Trip-hop duo Drive Through Hazy take an anecdotal look at relationships on new single ‘Critters’. Check out the track here.
Singer-songwriter Matthew Heller debuts his new single and music video, “All I Ever Wanted,” which sees the musician at his reflective best.