Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Late Night Gems #100

Anna Shoemaker - "Home"

Cara Hart - "Breaking Habits"

Crystal Clayton - "3:AM"

Delena - "Movement"

Eleanor K - "Anything You Want"

Ella Ross - "Walls"

Frida Vamos - "I Like You Better When You're Sober"

iris - "romance is dead"

Madelline - "Ghost"

Natalie 2V - "Heart Strings"

NAVA - "Bones"

NIXE - "They Always Do"

Ro Jordan - "Excuse Me"

Sara Diamond - "Ride"

SHELLS - "Heart Beating"

So Below - "Bone"

Tilsen - "Hurts"

VELVETEARS - "Still Don't Know"

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Kelsy Karter - What U

New Zealand-born, Los Angeles-based rock 'n' roll vixen Kelsy Karter returns today with yet another flawless offering called "What U". Showcasing Kelsy Karter's stadium ready vocals atop razor sharp guitar lines, " What U" sees Karter once again come for the throat as she strives to make 2019 her own. Kelsy Karter co-wrote "What U" alongside the same team behind her viral hit single, "Harry", which rocked the music world last month after Karter tweeted a picture of herself with a face tattoo of former One Direction singer Harry Styles. Anthony Rossomando and Tony Esterly served as collaborators on the record and have both been making waves recently, with Rossomando scooping up a Golden Globe, Grammy, and Oscar for his work on "Shallow" for the movie, A Star Is Born.

Speaking on the track, Kelsy says:

"I remember one day in the studio I was talking to Ant and Tony about how I've always been the girl in the boys club. Being told what to do and say and think and feel. But it's just not my style to sit back and let others dictate those things. After the Harry stunt, and all the hate that came my way, I wanted to release something that would show my fans that no matter what circumstances you're faced with, or trouble you find yourself in, you gotta do you and be the best version of yourself, no matter what. I’m not the girl that’s going to sit back and wait for things to happen. If I want something, I'm going to go after it. 'What U' represents the spirit of Kelsy Karter, and everyone else on our rocketship to Mars."

Listen to "What U" below.

"What U" is available now on iTunes.

Premiere via PAPER Magazine.

Follow Kelsy Karter on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

In Case You Missed It... #MusicVideos

Here are 44 brand new videos worth checking out from some of our favorite artists.

1. Aerborn - "In a Phase"

2. Andie Case - "Stuck In My Head"

3. BLAKTAI - "Skin"

4. Blu DeTiger - "Mad Love"

5. Bugsy - "Fuckboy"

6. Callaghan Belle - "Dear Detroit"

7. Carly Rae Jepsen - "Now That I Found You"

8. Chloe Lilac - "Manic Pixie Dream"

9. Clara Mae - "Lost"

10. Cola James - "Black & White"

11. CXLOE - "I Can't Have Nice Things"

12. Delena - "Perfectly Designed"

13. Emily Vaughn - "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes"

14. Emma Elisabeth - "Pilot"

15. G Flip - "Drink Too Much"

16. G.Smith - "Class President"

17. Gavin Turek - "Elevator"

18. Georgi Kay - "American Psycho"

19. Georgia Twinn - "On Your Mind"

20. GLNNA x Olmos - "Disclaimer"

21. GRACEY - "Different Things"

22. Hannah Grace - "The Bed You Made"

23. ILUKA - "Closer To You"

24. Ivy Adara - "Callgirll"

25. Jackie Beverly - "Talk It Through"

26. Jade Bird - "My Motto"

27. Julia Michaels - "Apple"

28. Kandle - "Nobody Wants You Now"

29. Kiri T - "IDontBelieveInClosures" (Lyric Video)

30. Lexie Liu - "Love and Run"

31. Lisa Danaë - "Glutton"

32. mags - "never really liked your friends" (Lyric Video)

33. Mags On Earth - "Old Ford Road"

34. Ninazo - "Fade Out"

35. Patience - "The Girls Are Chewing Gum"

36. Praa - "Infinite Regress"

37. Saya - "One More Time"

38. Shura - "BKLYNLDN"

39. Sophia Bel - "Time"

40. Tash Palmer - "Loverboy"

41. Vast Hill - "Heartbreaker"

42. Yael Miller - "Angry"

43. Y.A.S - "Big Dreams Die Hard"

44. Yumi Zouma - "In Camera"

Friday, March 15, 2019

New Music Friday #98

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 (mostly) 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

Abby Jasmine (feat. Taylor Belle) - "Relax"

BEA1991 - "My Own Heaven"

The Bliss - "Nothing Scares Me Anymore"

Blu DeTiger - "Mad Love"

Caroline Kole - "Flow"

Caroline Romano - "Me and You"

Chelsea Lankes - "Make It Stop"

Christiana Berenguer - "Finding Me"

Clara Mae - "Lost"

dontask - "It's My Fault"

DYLN - "Lately"

Edith - "Don't Wanna Think"

Emma Elisabeth - "Pilot"

Gaia - "Birds"

Gavin Turek - "Elevator"

Gigi Rich - "Silver Lining"

Goldroom - "Cocaine Girl"

Grace Savage - "Snowflake"

Grimes - "Pretty Dark" (Demo)

Hannah Grace - "The Bed You Made"

Heidi Petite - "Blue Benjamin"

Holliday Howe - "Pretty"

Hyphen Hyphen (feat. Kiiara) - "Lonely Baby"

I am Boleyn - "Limit Of Love"

ILUKA - "Closer To You"

IV Jay - "With You"

Jade Bird - "My Motto"

JOYNER (feat. Cat vs Cat) - "Peaches"

Jule Vera - "GUM"

Lena - "don't lie to me"

Lennon Stella - "BITCH (takes one to know one)"

LeyeT - "Work It Out"

Lucy Daydream - "Somebody Else"

Lucy Rose - "Treat Me Like A Woman"

Lydia Ainsworth - "Tell Me I Exist"

Maiah Manser - "See Thru It"

Mendi Moon - "All About the Money"

MENDOZA - "All My Shit"

Molly Moore (feat. Keenan Charles) - "Vibe "

Naomi Wild - "Run That"

Natalie - "Amanda Bynes"

Natalie Lynn - "One"

Novaa - "HMLTM"

OSTON - "Way We Say Goodbye"

Patawawa - "All The Time"

Pontea - "Possession"

R E L (feat. EaSWay) - "Wow Wow Wow"

RuthAnne - "Love Again"

Ruthie - "Spirit Now Moves"


SHIIVERS - "Animalism"

Shreya Preeti - "Think I'd Like To Be You"

Silk Cinema - "I Know What Love Is"

Sophia Bel - "Time"

Sophia Tako - "Body Of Art"

Sophie Faith - "Salt"

Tania - "Break Up To Make Up"

Tori Levett - "Thought I'd Know"

Tusks - "Peachy Keen"

Vast Hill - "Heartbreaker"

Vera Hotsauce - "Hey Boy"

ViVii - "Pick Me Up"

Young Bombs - "Starry Eyes"

Nia Wyn - Last Laugh

London-based Welsh singer/songwriter Nia Wyn returns today with her first offering of 2019 called "Last Laugh", the follow-up to last year's "Lately (I've Been Thinking)", "Aeroplane Mode" and "Turnstiles", the latter which was produced by the Modfather himself, Paul Weller. On "Last Laugh", produced by Nutty P (Ghetts, Wretch 32), Nia utilizes her strong and engrossing vocals to tell stories of people in the music industry as well as in everyday life who spin lies to achieve their own goals. Once again, Nia Wyn proves why she is indeed one of the most exciting soul-crossover artists coming out of the UK right now.

Speaking on the track, Nia says:

"'Last Laugh' is about some of the liars that pop up in the music industry. I've had many people chat rubbish and make grand promises about what they can do for your career, and when you're so hungry for success you listen to them and then you're left feeling lost when they lose interest in you. 'Last Laugh' is also about women who claim to support other women but really are just using that line because it's fashionable and just want to use you. Finally it's also a middle finger to people who doubt you - the feeling when you overcame that and are showing them what you really can do!"

Listen to "Last Laugh" below.

"Last Laugh" is available now on all digital platforms. Get it here.

Follow Nia Wyn on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.