Billie Eilish‘s new song, “Six Feet Under”, is released on Darkroom/Interscope Records. 14-year-old artist Billie Eilish is just a teen
In two weeks, British rising pop-star Shura will release her debut LP “Nothing’s Real”. One month after the radio-friendly “What’s It Gonna Be?”, here is a new track. “Make It Up”, new single taken from this upcoming album, was premiered yesterday on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show: it’s an 80s-inspired tune that is totally funky and infectious!
Discover Imaski, the new project headed by audiovisual and experimental artist Peter Kirn, who is also, by the way, the other half of live techno duo NERKKIRN. The self-titled EP will be released on Tuesday via Establishment Records. Here is the exclusive premiere of the hypnotic opening track: “Sisters”, whose vocals are signed by Laura Helm. You can also watch the exclusive polished video for the track!
Beyoncé just shared another video from her visual album “Lemonade”. Watch the follow-up to “Formation”: “Sorry”. By the way, it features Serena Williams!
Let’s Eat Grandma have accidentally began a revolution to reinvent pop and replace it with their “Psychadelic sludge” sound. Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton are the teenage girls behind the eery music and head turning band name and their musical maturity and eclectic mindsets are staggering. Let’s Eat Grandma’s first album, “I, Gemini”, is intriguing, invigorating and maybe even inspiring.
Trip-hop quartet Portishead recently covered ABBA‘s classics “SOS” for the movie “High Rise”. There is now a bitter video, with a strong political resonance, to go with it! Reminder: the UK will organize a referendum for the Brexit tomorrow.
One day after their mysterious track “#sigurrosrouteone” that was a teaser for an ambitious video project, Icelandic post-rock trio Sigur Rós just shared a new video. “Óveður”, which means “Storms”, is their first release since their seventh album “Kveikur” in 2013.
Sigur Rós 6-minute NSFW video for “Óveður” was directed by famous Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund. It is absolutely weird and disturbing!
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