Monday, October 15, 2018

Simone - Make It Last

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and producer Simone (full name: Simone Sattler) has today released her brand new single called "Make It Last", an impassioned pop ballad packed with retro synths and classic vibes. Written and produced entirely by Simone herself, "Make It Last" gives listeners a taste of this unique artist is capable of and what to expect from her upcoming EP, as her past singles have proven to catch the attention of fans who share her love of a banger chorus and interesting synth production. 'Make it Last' proves no different but also showcases a stark difference from her previous singles such as "Little Bit" and "Neon". The latest offering from Simone shows more experimentation in her production as well as a writing style that differs from other artists, while showcasing her pop talents.

Listen to "Make It Last" below.

Saturday, October 13, 2018

In Case You Missed It... #MusicVideos

Here are 33 brand new videos worth checking out from some of our favorite artists.

1. Abby Diamond - "Irrelevant"

2. Ängie - "We Run"

3. Anna Wang - "Hindsight"

4. Avonlea - "Again"

5. Billie Eilish - "hostage"

6. Carmody - "Summer Rain"

7. Charli XCX & Troye Sivan - "1999"

8. Chela (feat. Banoffee) - "Shut You Up"

9. Claire Vandiver - "Cassadaga"

10. DYLN - "The Difference"

11. Fanny Andersen - "Dollar Signs"

12. Fjer - "Red Flag" (Lyric Video)

13. Georgi Kay - "TOXINS"

14. GIRLI - "Young"

15. Glades - "Eyes Wide Shut"

16. Jasmine Sokko - "HURT"

17. Kwamie Liv - "New Boo"

18. Liv Dawson - "Good Intentions"

19. Liza Owen - "Polite" (Lyric Video)

20. Luna Blaise - "Secrets"

21. Meg Mac - "Give Me My Name Back"

22. Meg Myers - "Jealous Sea"

23. Millie Turner - "Night Running"

24. Nicole Dollanganger - "Lemonade"

25. NONONO - "Dancing (Mumbai Wedding)"

26. PLYA - "Innocent"

27. Rosé Petal - "Why"

28. Salem - "Impatient"

29. San Mei - "Heaven"

30. Skela - "I'm Not Hungry"

31. Somme - "Broken Hearted Lovers"

32. Tamma - "Beat You Down"

33. Trace - "Side Eye"

Friday, October 12, 2018

New Music Friday #79

Happy New Music Friday everyone! Below you will find a roundup of some of this week's best new music by some of today's most promising female artists. Also, be sure to check out our comprehensive Spotify playlist at the bottom of this page which includes all these songs plus songs that we previously featured earlier this week.
Enjoy! xoxo

Alaena - "Brand Nu"

Amanda Tenfjord - "Let Me Think"

ANNALIA - "Cycles"

Astrid S - "Emotion"

Cazzi Opeia - "Rich"

CLARA-NOVA - "Lives"

Ella Mai - "Good Bad"

Essie Holt (feat. LANKS) - "Distant Places"

Ivy Mairi - "Strange Love"

Jen Awad - "Basic Bitch"

Jinka - "Don't Work Like That"

Kwamie Liv - "New Boo"

Laura Jean Anderson - "Call It What It Is"

LCMDF - "Waterfalls"

Lilly Ahlberg - "Needing You"

Liv Dawson - "Good Intentions"

Mad Hawkes - "FACE PNCH"

Madame Gandhi - "Bad Habits"

Maggie Rogers - "Light On"

Marie Lang - "Don't Make Me"

Meg Mac - "Give Me My Name Back"

Mendi Moon - "Lights Out"

Millie Turner - "Night Running"

Mingue - "Drama"

Miya Folick - Thingamajig

Moda Spira - "Regret"

Mokina - "Kawaii"

NÉONHÈART - "Don't Wait"

ORKID - "NoNoh"

Pauline - "Breath"

Poppy - "Fashion After All"

Samaria - "Shy Girl"

Skela - "I'm Not Hungry"

Somme - "Broken Hearted Lovers"

Svrcina - "Come Together"

Taet - "Radio"

Tamma - "Beat You Down"

Vanity Fairy - "He Can Be Your Lady"

Victoria Dennis - "Fire Kind"

ViVii - "Suckerpunch"

Yorke - "First Light"

Maddie Ross - Touch Hands, Touch Bodies (EP)

25-year-old Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Maddie Ross has today released her new EP titled Touch Hands, Touch Bodies via AWAL in partnership with independent label, Sentimental Records, which Ross co-founded and runs together with her girlfriend, songwriting collaborator and producer, Madison Scheckel, aka Wolfy. The 5-song collection includes Maddie Ross' previously released singles "Hometown", "Loners" and "You're Still My Sugar", the latter which rightfully earned the #9 spot on Billboard's The 25 Best Rock Songs of 2017. Ross was also been named by Billboard as "The Best DIY Rock Star You've Never Heard Of" - a statement we 100% agree with as its evident on her song "Physical", one of the new tracks off the EP that boast 3 full minutes of sheer indie rock bliss.

Maddie Ross has come into her own in this EP that touts love anthems, pride, and humor while staying consistent with her pop punk sound, much like that of Avril Lavigne, Sum 41, Hayley Williams, and Dookie-era Green Day.

Speaking on the EP, Maddie Ross explains:

"Four and a half years ago, I fell in love with my best friend. It was completely unexpected - especially because I had no idea that I was gay. It was simultaneously the most amazing and the scariest, darkest time in my life. This EP contains all of the happy memories that I never wrote about. I wanted to write sweet, fun, happy songs about having a crush on my best friend, daydreaming about getting her into my bed, sneaking off behind the bleachers, kissing in her attic, and how after all this time, everybody else is braindead and she's still my sugar."

Stream Maddie Ross' Touch Hands, Touch Bodies in full below.

Also, beginning October 16th, Maddie Ross will be embarking on a 22-city North American tour supporting KT Tunstall. Tour dates and more information can be found on

Touch Hands, Touch Bodies is available now on iTunes and Amazon.

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Salt Ashes - Go All Out

Following her previous single "Girls" that was released back in early May and has so far garnered nearly 300,000 plays on Spotify, Brighton-based singer/songwriter Veiga Sanchez, aka Salt Ashes now returns today with her brand new single called "Go All Out". Once again featuring her signature dark synth-pop sound, on "Go All Out" Salt Ashes also opts for an ear-catching tropical vibe with uplifting keys that loop repetitively over contemplative lyrics.

Speaking on the track, Salt Ashes says:

"'Go All Out' is a song about what I would say to my younger self if I had the opportunity to. I don’t like regrets and think they are destructive but it's nice to reflect on what I would say if I could do it all over again."

Listen to "Go All Out" below.

"Go All Out" is available now on iTunes.