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VIDEO PREMIERE: Sophie Colette – Slow Danse

Delicate piano tunes and cotton ball soft, clear vocals lure us into pastel colored visuals, the new video by Brooklyn-based indie-pop artist Sophie Colette. “Slow Danse” is an exceptionally charming video in its harmonic flow and quiet story telling, directed by Curvel Baptiste. Produced by Ben Rice at Degraw Sound (The Candles,[…]

NEW MUSIC: Haux – Heartbeat (video)

Listen to a new song by Haux aka Woodson Black. “Heartbeat” is an elegant, restrained piece of electronic music with Haux’ vocals creating suspense and keeping you on the edge. The video doubles as a preview of a short film that will be released together with a new EP “Something[…]

NEW MUSIC: In Tall Buildings – Beginning to Fade (Video)

From the very first note to the very last bar, “Beginning to Fade” immediately enchants and does not let go. Video and song are the newest product by Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and producer  In Tall Buildings ahead of his upcoming album “Akinetic” due March 2nd. Directed by Natalie Bergman, a good friend[…]

NEW MUSIC: Giovanna – Surrender With Strength (Video)

UK singer/songwriter Giovanna struggles with forces that pull her down, but she receives help in the video for “Surrender With Strength”. Watch “Surrender With Strength” on YouTube: Listen on Spotify:

NEW MUSIC: Schultz & Forever – Backwards (Video)

Anticipation and suspense in the song and to equal measures in the video, “Backwards” is a true gem created by Danish artist Schultz & Forever. Johnathan Schultz, the musician behind the moniker, released this amazing track late last year, ahead of his upcoming album. While “Backwards” can totally stand on its[…]

NEW MUSIC: Raina Bee and The Hive – Queen of the South (Video)

Raina Bee & The Hive engages in a bloody affair in the new video for “Queen Of The South”, a track from her 2016 album “Stung” (Apple Music | Spotify). Raina explains: “Queen of the South” is kind of a revenge fantasy song. It’s about someone who wronged me and[…]

NEW MUSIC: Callum Beattie – Miracle (Video)

The anthemic “Miracle” by Edinburgh born and raised singer/songwriter Callum Beattie received an atmospheric black-and-white band video, exuding a big dose of joie de vivre as the visuals to the catchy song unfold. Callum provides the following about the track: “Like most of my songs “Miracle’ is autobiographical. It’s about[…]

NEW MUSIC: The Rigs – World On Fire (Album)

My gateway to The Rigs was the track “The Hunted”. Otherwise, to be very honest, I might not have listened past the first track “The Brave”, which points rather to big stadium glam rock complete with a big synth bridge. But with the beautifully haunting melody of “The Hunted” in my head, I was intrigued. And indeed, starting with track two which is “Fault Line”, the album takes a sharp turn: one hears Caitlin Parrot’s vocals for the first time and they stay with us for the remaining six songs. Still, musical diversity is the key for The Rigs’ debut album “World On Fire” and that makes it such a delightful listen: rock, pop and electronic are thrown together with different recipes and in the end there is even a pull-out-your-lighter (or cellphone) moment in “When We Were Young”, which features additional vocals by DeAnte Tyree Duckett.

NEW MUSIC: A Victim Of Society – Amnesia (Video)

From A Victim Of Society‘s excellent sophomore album “Freaktown” (see album review), another track got the video treatment, this time the beautifully gloomy “Amnesia”. The band video got shot in Athens’ landmark building “Hotel Mpageion“, where the director transformed the track into a sci-fi allegory, connecting the future with the[…]