Sleeplust, the Los Angeles quartet have returned with Flood Gates. The synth-rock track comes off their forthcoming EP and follows the previous EP which saw TV placements on MTV, Bravo and VH1. Influenced by the likes of Broods, CHVRCHES and the Cure, the guitarist notes,”This song is definitely a perfect blend of all the genres we dabble in and it’s so much more in-your-face than anything else we’ve written so far”.
The band has lined up an EP release show on July 26th at The Resident in Los Angeles.
Kings favorite Work Drugs are back with a new track Love Higher which comes off their forthcoming EP. The Philadelphia dream pop act releases their music via Bobby Cahn Records and have been steadily building a fanbase. Having performed at SXSW and CMJ, and sharing the stage with Two Door Cinema Club, Umphrey’s McGee, and Maps and Atlases, the band is set to perform Mercury Lounge in NYC on July 15th.
Swedish duo Tape Machines is lighting it up with their new track S.T.U.P.I.D featuring Sam Seg. Having landed on Spotify’s Viral 50 in Sweden, the track will get stuck in your head after one listen.
When asked what ‘Stupid’ is about, the Stockholm producers say: “It is about that feeling when you’ve met someone that you deep down know is gonna get you burned. It’s about that time when you choose to ignore the little thoughtful person on your shoulder saying – ‘She’s gonna hurt you, and I’ll hate to say I told you so’. Looking back, you can’t help but feeling stupid. So s.t.u.p.i.d.”
Echo Park duo, Isle & Fever have released a new single Keeping Working. The new track is the first of three singles that will roll out this summer. Influenced by the 70’s and 80’s, the Los Angeles production duo reached #1 on Hype Machine with Far Away and were named Band To Watch by Indie Shuffle. Even better, their debut album which is set for a 2017 release will be available on vinyl.
Nashville based singer-songwriter Anna Mae has signed with Prescription Songs. The track It All Starts Now was featured on promo spots for CBS’s The Good Fight, while Savages is featured on the promo for the new ABC series Shondaland ‘For The People’ which airs in the fall.
Since the release of her debut song Over My Heels, the alternative rocker has found a niche in the highly coveted world of song placements, landing spots in CBS’s Survivor, ABC’s Notorious, and the 2016 Summer Olympics. Citing influences from Death Cab, Lissie, and Elle King, Anna Mae has crafted her own signature pop sound.