Saturday, November 16, 2019

In Case You Missed It... #MusicVideos

Here are 34 brand new videos from some of our favorite artists.

1. Allie X - "Regulars"

2. Charlotte Lawrence - "God Must Be Doing Cocaine"

3. Daniella Mason - "Woman Lover Powerful"

4. Emily Perry - ‪"Come Thru"

5. Faultress - "Icarus"

6. Frawley - "Easy"

7. Griff - "Paradise"

8. honeyfreckle - "love me not"

9. iskwē - "Night Danger"

10. Jaimie Steck - "In The Dark"

11. Janet Devlin - "Saint of the Sinners"

12. JJ Rosa -"Pandora"

13. Lauren Rocket - "Rattlesnake"

14. Lilianna Wilde - "White Rabbit"

15. Lilla Vargen - "Solitary"

16. Lola Scott - "Loveless"

17. Madge - "Cry A Lil"

18. Maggie Miles - "Shiver"

19. Marian Hill - "like u do"

20. Maude Latour - "Lovesick"

21. Miquela - "Automatic"

22. Mysie - "Heartbeat"

23. Òlah Bliss - "Ocean"

24. Olive Louise - "Fool"

25. OT - "Bad Boys"

26. Phé - "Wtv, It's Cool"

27. Ralph - "Looking for You"

28. Rose Gray - "High Again"

29. Roxie - "MVP"

30. Sara Diamond - "Baby"

31. Sierra and the Radicals - "better than bad"

32. Sophie Meiers - "come ovr"

33. Sycco - "Peacemaker"

34. Terror Jr - "Straight From The Bottle"

35. Transviolet - "Born To Rule"

Friday, November 15, 2019

New Music Friday #131

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

Alex Jayne - "Messy"

ALTA - "Started Out"

Amy Peters - "Call RN"

Amy Swift - "Every Little Thing"

Anja Kotar - "House Party"

Anna Sofia - "No Fun"

Annika Rose - "WAR"

AO - "Fall On Me"

Bad Kid - "Hard To Love"

BENEE (feat. Gus Dapperton) - "Supalonely"

Blithe - "Becoming You"

BROOKLNN - "Love Me Like That"

Cailin Russo - "Fade"

Caitlyn Smith - "Damn You For Breaking My Heart"

Carlile - "Back Seat"

Cassidy King - "Polaroid"

Cecilia Gault - "In Front of My Eyes"

Charlotte Lawrence - "God Must Be Doing Cocaine"

Chloe Foy - "Never Be the Same Again"

Duchess - "Why Can't We?"

Elley Duhé - "GOOD DIE YOUNG"

Elsa Carmona - "X-Lover"

Emma Jensen - "Me B4 U"

FLETCHER - "One Too Many"

Greta Jaime - "Internet Love"

Griff - "Sound of Your Voice"

Hayley Kiyoko - "L.O.V.E. Me"

Indiana - "Break The Habit"

Kate Gratson - "On To You"

Laura Rizzotto - "One More Night"

Lilly Ahlberg - "Moonlight"

LIZ - "Intuition"

Lola Scott - "Loveless"

Luna Shadows - "practice"

Marlhy - "Make 'Em Hurt"

Millie Turner - "January"

mimi bay - "daydream"

MishCatt - "Blue Blood"

Moli - "On The Weekend"

MRPHY - "Hey Love"


Natalia Nykiel - "Volcano"

ODA - "Happy"

Òlah Bliss - "Ocean"

Olivia O'Brien - "Sad Songs In The Summer"

Phé - "Wtv, It's Cool"

Ralph - "Looking for You"

Rebecca Moreland - "Still With Me"

ren - "idc"

Rose Gray - "High Again"

Ruuth - "Afterparties"

Sarah Proctor - "Say Too Much"

Say Lou Lou - "The Look of Love"

Shreya Preeti - "Wannabe"

Sody - "What We Had"

sophie meiers - "come ovr"

Tatum - "Broken"

Taylor Noelle - "What Can I Do"

Tilsen - "The Space"

Transviolet - "Born To Rule"

Trills - "Super Blue Moon"

Trophie - "Birthday Party"

Violet Days - "Lovers or Losers"

Zola Courtney - "Searching"

honeyfreckle - love me not

Introducing your new favorite Swedish pop sensation, honeyfreckle, who has today released her intoxicating debut single called "love me not". The 24-year-old artist, whose real name is Sanna and is a self-confessed catlady, writes music that makes you want to put glitter on your cheeks and dance like nobody's watching. Heartfelt lyrics and electronic elements are melted together to create a personal expression. "love me not" was written in collaboration with her brother, producer Hampus, who gives the music a colorful vibe. The single is paired with captivating visuals, created in collaboration with talented photographer/videographer Simon Roth Kalla and creative assistant/stylist Rebecka Wallentin.

Music has always been an important part of Sanna’s life, and the songwriting gives her a chance to ventilate and express herself. She wrote her first song at the age of 9, and has since then studied songwriting both at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London and at Malmö Academy of Music.

Speaking on the track, honeyfreckle says:

"I started to think about the 'he loves me, he loves me not' imagery. There is something interesting about imagining love being a rigged game. It can lure you into false security, when in reality, it is really easy to mess with the outcome. The song 'love me not' is about losing someone you thought loved you, but was actually never yours to begin with. Throughout the years, I have been a part of different bands. I have played everything from acoustic music to crazy cabaret pop. It has given me invaluable experience of playing live, recording and coordinating the communicative parts. But I finally feel like I’m home with honeyfreckle. Since the beginning of the project I have felt so inspired and excited, and I'm incredibly happy to be able to finally share my work with the rest of the world."

Watch the video for "love me not" below

"love me not" is available now on all streaming platforms. Get it here.

Follow honeyfreckle on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

BIIANCO (feat. Madame Gandhi) - 13 Dead End Drive

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer (and Smoke Season frontwoman) Gabby Bianco, aka BIIANCO, has today released her empowering new single called "13 Dead End Drive". Written and produced by BIIANCO herself and featuring electronic music artist and activist Madame Gandhi on percussion, the track serves as the follow-up to her previously released singles "get up" and "Rice Crispies", both of which garnered support from notable tastemakers such as Hunger Magazine, Flaunt Magazine, LADYGUNN, and Earmilk, just to name a few, as well as earned #1 spots on the Hype Machine charts.

Speaking on the track, BIIANCO says:

"'13 Dead End Drive' is the anthem I wrote to heal my heart after misogyny broke it. I started writing 13 Dead End Drive after a male musician told me 'I just wasn’t good enough to go anywhere' in the music industry. His words hit super hard and devastated my confidence in my music. I recorded myself singing 'this is going to ruin my voice' and chopped up those vocal samples, which ended up being the vocal samples that the chorus is based around. This song is about reclaiming my own confidence in my voice and my art. It’s about trusting your own artistic vision. When I was working on the production for this song, I was super inspired by Madame Gandhi and her speeches on feminism. I ended up hitting her up to put percussion on the song."

Listen to "13 Dead End Drive" below.

"13 Dead End Drive" is available now on all streaming platforms. Get it here.
Photo credit: Chase Leonard

Follow BIIANCO on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

Lara Snow - Ghost

Originally from Tel Aviv but now based in Berlin, emerging indie-pop artist Lara Snow returns today with her new single and accompanying lyric video for "Ghost" which also serves as the third single following "Swim Far" and "Butter Knife" to be taken from her upcoming debut EP titled Delete Forever, due out later this year.

Speaking on the track, Lara Snow says:

"'Ghost' talks about the concept of forever. Things that are eternal and can't be undone. I wrote it after reading a story about two lovers and a sudden death of one of them. It leaves a huge empty space in your stomach and nobody really knows how to cope with that, nothing can prepare you for it. When you experience real love and then it's gone, a break up can become a form of death. You are left with the feeling that you wont ever be able from that point on to feel at ease."

Watch the lyric video for "Ghost" below.

"Ghost" is available now on all streaming platforms. Get it here.

Follow Lara Snow on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.