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It was a bright and colourful experience to have this single arrive on our desk as the artwork is vibrant and wonderful but does the record match up ? YES. Byron has a voice that you think is perhaps coming from a soul legend or classic artist, but you then […]

Single of the Moment – Byron Major – Summer Day ...


New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The unique culture around Nashville and Franklin has provided an awesome creative opportunity for us to design equally unique merchandise that will really resonate with attendees. Manhead Merchandise, a leading full-service merchandise company for the music and entertainment industries with offices in Nashville, today announced […]

Pilgrimage Festival Taps Nashville’s Own Manhead Merchandise For Custom Designs ...



Award-Winning Music Tech EVAmore Heading To SXSW Nashville’s Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Ready For Austin (NASHVILLE, TN) March 2, 2015 – Award winning Nashville entrepreneur music tech company EVAmore co-founders Channing Moreland & Makenzie Stokel announced they will be at South by Southwest (SXSW) 2016 Music & Interactive Festivals […]

Award-Winning Music Tech EVAmore Heading To SXSW Nashville’s Young Entrepreneur ...


WARNER/CHAPPELL PRODUCTION MUSIC AND PARTNER CATALOG CAPTURE TWO WINS AT THE 2017 MARK AWARDS (Los Angeles, CA, October 5, 2017) Warner/Chappell Production Music and partner catalog Cute Music Library took home two trophies at the 2017 Mark Awards held Wednesday evening at the Production Music Conference in Hollywood, CA. The […]

WARNER/CHAPPELL PRODUCTION MUSIC AND PARTNER CATALOG CAPTURE TWO WINS AT ...



Giulia Tudisco was born in Rome on the 31st March 1997. During her teenage years in the city she grew both as a musician and as a singer playing different musical genres with various local bands and widening her musical tastes and abilities while gaining experience both in live and […]

Giulia Tudisco – I Don’t Know


Singer/songwriter Sam Beam, who rose to prominence with a blend of whispered vocals and softly homespun indie folk, chose the moniker Iron & Wine after coming across a dietary supplement named “Beef Iron & Wine” while working on a film. Raised in South Carolina, Beam received his bachelor’s degree in […]

Weed Garden – EP – Iron & Wine



Alex O’Neill, aka Ayokay, is a Los Angeles-based DJ/producer known for his effusive pop, hip-hop, and R&B-influenced EDM. A native of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Ayokay first began making music in his senior year of high school, collaborating with longtime friend Mike Temrowski, aka Quinn XCII. The duo continued to develop […]

In the Shape of a Dream – ayokay


WSTR had a swift rise as part of the burgeoning U.K. pop-punk scene that saw them signed to independent American label No Sleep Records before they’d even played their first show. Hailing from Liverpool, the band, made up of Sammy Clifford on vocals, Alex Tobijanski on bass, and Kieren Alder […]

Identity Crisis – WSTR



With his laid-back vocal delivery and earthy acoustic songwriting, Amos Lee draws inspiration from soul music, contemporary jazz, and ’70s folk artists like James Taylor. The Philadelphia native first became serious about performing while attending the University of South Carolina during the mid-’90s. After graduating with a degree in English, […]

My New Moon – Amos Lee


Jack Tatum, formerly of Jack and the Whale and Facepaint, began making his shimmery, synth-washed indie pop recordings under the name Wild Nothing in the summer of 2009. Emerging at a time when a handful of C-86-esque groups (e.g. Crystal Stilts, the Pains of Being Pure at Heart) were in […]

Indigo – Wild Nothing



Passenger, the working name of singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg, makes intimate, folk-inflected indie pop. Originally a four-piece, Passenger formed in Brighton, England, as a collaboration between singer/songwriter Rosenberg and composer Andrew Phillips. Working out of Phillips’ studio, the duo recorded the songs that would become Wicked Man’s Rest, Passenger’s debut album. […]

Runaway (Deluxe) – Passenger


Originally formed at Redding, California’s Bethel Church, Jesus Culture is an internationally operating, Christian revivalist youth outreach ministry that utilizes the power of music to spread its message. Led by youth worship leader and pastor Kim Walker-Smith, the Jesus Culture Band, which releases albums through the ministry’s own record label, […]

Living with a Fire (Live) – Jesus Culture



Formed by ex-Jerkwater and Traitors drummer Matt Skiba (vocals/guitar), former 88 Fingers Louie percussionist Glenn Porter, and Rob Doran (bass/vocals), Alkaline Trio was brought together in 1997 by heartbreak, angst, and the companionship of drinking. The original lineup issued a short EP, For Your Lungs Only, just prior to Doran’s […]

Is This Thing Cursed? – Alkaline Trio


A teenage dream for the 21st century, Why Don’t We is a vocal harmony group comprised of social media stars from across America. Jack Avery, Corbyn Besson, Zach Herron, Jonah Marais, and Daniel Seavey all came from different places in the U.S., but they each gained some measure of social […]

8 Letters – Why Don’t We



MindMassage music unites meditation and mindfulness with funky groovy jams and catchy beats. Created by hypnotherapist Alexander Golombeck, MindMassage includes guided meditations, mindfulness, electronic dance, spoken word, singing, live violin and saxophone. Hypnotherapy and guided mediations are often combined with music, whether it’s to relax, focus or to assist in […]

The Witness is an entrancing meditation in dance music from ...


Yuri Vekshin is a composer and member of the International Union of Composers of XXI AGE. Yuri composes music in the genre “Classical crossover”. He creates music and music settings with a very special and attractive sound, skilfully balanced harmonies softly reveal the narration. Yuri considers the music as one […]

Elizaveta Antonova & Yuri Vekshin – Non lasciate chi amate



Blue Eyed Boy is fronted by ‘Johnny Rose’ an electronica/pop artist and singer/songwriter based in London. The brand new single from Blue Eyed Boy is entitled ‘Time’ and is taken off the album ‘ Blue Eyed Boy’. The single ‘Time’ recently made it’s chart debut on the Kings of Spins […]

Blue Eyed Boy hits No 1 on the Kings of ...


There was no bigger star in Latin music in the first part of the 21st century than Enrique Iglesias. He scored his first number one on Billboard’s Latin charts in 1995, but he soared to crossover stardom at the dawn of the new millennium thanks to the crossover hits “Bailamos” […]

MOVE TO MIAMI (The Remixes) [feat. Pitbull] – Enrique Iglesias



Fusing confessional lyrics with music that walks a tightrope between accessible pop and dour, emotionally forceful rock, Meg Myers is a singer and songwriter based in Nashville. She made her Billboard 200 debut in 2015 with her first album, Sorry. Myers was born in 1987 in Nashville, Tennessee and raised […]

Take Me to the Disco – Meg Myers


U.K. punk band Trash Boat hail from Saint Albans, England. Playing emotive and raw blasts in the vein of Knuckle Puck, the Story So Far, and Roam, the quintet were formed in 2014 by expressive frontman Tobi Duncan, guitarists Dann Bostock and Ryan Hyslop, bassist James Grayson, and drummer Oakley […]

Crown Shyness – Trash Boat



After Nickel Creek disbanded in 2007, mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile assembled an all-star quintet called Punch Brothers (the name comes from the Mark Twain short story Punch, Brothers, Punch!) with guitarist Chris Eldridge, formerly of the Infamous Stringdusters; bassist Greg Garrison, who has played with Ron Miles and Leftover Salmon; […]

All Ashore – Punch Brothers


Mason Ramsey became a viral sensation in the early months of 2018 when video footage of the 11-year-old singing Hank Williams’ “Lovesick Blues” spread like wildfire. Dubbed the “Walmart yodeling kid” due to how the video captured him performing in the store, Ramsey soon appeared on country stages and TV […]

The Famous – EP – Mason Ramsey



Calibre 50, from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, are a charting, award-winning quartet founded in 2010 by Eden Muñoz (vocals, accordion), Armando Ramos (guitars, vocals), Martín López (tuba), and Augusto (drums). Their provocative name (“armor-piercing bullet”) was chosen as a symbol for their music, which they hoped would penetrate geographical lines from Mexico […]

Mitad y Mitad – Calibre 50


Part of the explosion of Dutch EDM DJs who emerged during the 2012-2013 season, Martijn Garritsen (better known as Martin Garrix), kicked off his career in a high-profile way, first landing on the dance charts with his 2012 remix of Christina Aguilera’s “Your Body.” The then-16-year-old DJ spent 2012 remixing […]

Ocean (feat. Khalid) [Remixes, Vol. 1] – Martin Garrix



Osborne Jones are a musical duo consisting of David Osborne and David-Gwyn Jones. The pair met in their teens in the Midlands of England and have worked together and with others on projects and in bands ever since then. Their latest album is entitled ‘Ever Closer’ and is the follow […]

Osborne Jones are a musical duo consisting of David Osborne ...


Matthew Schultz has charted for the second time this year ( 2018) with the pop gem ‘Promise to Keeps’ teaming up with Electric Bodega and Gyptian with a remix that stormed up the Music Week Commercial Pop/Club charts into the Top 10 at No 8. The original version of ‘Promise […]

Matthew Schultz charts in the UK for the second time ...



After a year of travelling the globe and working with a bunch of the hottest producers along the way, London songstress ANGEL announces her new sound with the release of the epic pop-dance track ‘Habibi’. The uplifting single is produced by the much in demand UK producer Rymez, famed for […]

Music Week Top 10 Club Chart star ‘Angel’ drops new ...


‘The New Age’ is a great new 7″ single from ‘The Spitfires’ that pounds out of the speakers with a racing and raw guitar sound and thumping drums. You can almost feel the spit coming from singer Billy Sullivan’s mouth as he belts out a powerful new British anthem. The New Age […]

The Spitfires – The New Age – Review and Video ...



Australian-born pop singer Betty Who makes vivacious yet bittersweet music that calls to mind divas such as Whitney Houston, Robyn, and Katy Perry. Born Jessica Anne Newham in Sydney, she began playing cello, piano, and guitar as a child, and moved to America with her parents when she was a […]

Betty, Pt. 1 – EP – Betty Who


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native Steve Moakler, a thoughtful, country-tinged songwriter and singer, moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 2006, honing his craft in a town where the best of the best go to do the same thing. Thoughtful and prolific, Moakler, after a series of odd jobs and countless local performances, placed […]

Born Ready – Steve Moakler



A songwriter and performer of bluesy contemporary Christian rock, Chris McClarney had an itinerant childhood due to the work of his youth pastor father until they settled down in Nashville around his early teens. After taking piano lessons, leading small worship groups, and engaging in songwriting in the context of […]

Breakthrough – Chris McClarney


A Christian rapper with a distinctive flow that’s laid-back but committed, Nobigdyl got his big break when his boss fired him for being better at his sideline than his main gig. Nobigdyl was born Dylan Phillips on November 23, 1991 in Hayward, California (not far from Oakland in the San […]

SOLAR – nobigdyl.



Under the moniker SOPHIE, the reclusive musician Sophie Long made a huge, fizzy splash on the underground dance-pop scene during the mid-2010s with a series of singles that contorted elements of giddy Eurodance, Japanese, and Korean pop, and experimental sound design into blindingly neon-colored pop-art gems. Often associated with the […]

OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES – SOPHIE


American rock band Mayday Parade made their debut in the mid-aughts with a passionate emo-punk sound similar to contemporaries like Yellowcard, Plain White T’s, and All Time Low, later incorporating a harder rock edge to flesh out their punchy roots. The outfit arose from the merger of two popular Tallahassee […]

Sunnyland – Mayday Parade



South Korean boy band Shinee were one of the country’s biggest pop acts of the late 2000s and 2010s. With their high-energy, bass-heavy, electronic dance-pop and complex, tightly choreographed dance moves, they regularly topped the charts at home, did very well in Japan, and started a youth fashion craze dubbed […]

‘The Story of Light’ EP.2 – The 6th Album – ...


Formed in Santa Barbara, California by a group of college music students, Rebelution was built from diverse musical backgrounds united by a shared passion for reggae. Launched in 2004, Rebelution spent a couple years playing around their home base, offering a breezy fusion of roots and rock that immediately set […]

Free Rein – Rebelution



With her beguiling, airy voice and robust blend of cosmic jazz, R&B, folk, and classical, singer/songwriter Kadhja Bonet quietly made waves in the Los Angeles underground prior to releasing the mini-album The Visitor (2016) and full-length Childqueen (2018). A multi-instrumentalist with a background in classical violin dating back to childhood, […]

Childqueen – Kadhja Bonet


Mexican group Los Ángeles Azules were formed in the early ’80s by brothers Elías, José, and Jorge Mejía Avante. Playing a Latin style known as onda grupera, the band became a chart-topping act after issuing Inolvidables in 1996, soon achieving platinum status in Argentina, where they successfully performed live in […]

Esto Sí Es Cumbia – Los Ángeles Azules



The Scoundrel Squirrels are a one piece outfit fronted by mastermind Mondie who hail’s from Leeds but is based in London. The Scoundrel Squirrels and are set up to fuse the wonders of music to the glories of an England football World Cup campaign. They exist due to the firm […]

Pobeda for England – The Scoundrel Squirrels


Josiah White is Serpentwithfeet, a project name that touches on prelapsarian notions of innocence and sin as deftly as White’s songs bridge R&B, gospel, classical, and electronic music. White grew up in a religious family in Baltimore, listening to classical music and gospel before moving to Philadelphia to study classical […]

soil – serpentwithfeet



The thrash-oriented solo project of Mark Tremonti, the Grammy-winning lead guitarist of Alter Bridge (and formerly Creed), was formed in 2010 as an outlet for the prolific songwriter’s material that wasn’t suitable for his main band. Recruiting former Submersed members Eric Friedman and Garrett Whitlock, he went into the studio […]

A Dying Machine – Tremonti


One of the most acclaimed R&B artists of the 2000s, Ne-Yo entered the mainstream as a songwriter in 2004 with Mario’s “Let Me Love You,” a number one pop hit. By the time Billboard determined that the romantic ballad was the eighth most successful single of its decade, Ne-Yo had […]

GOOD MAN (Deluxe) – Ne-Yo



Sugarland, the platinum-selling contemporary country act, began as a trio of songwriters from the Atlanta area, each of whom had enjoyed some level of renown as a solo country artist. Lead singer and songwriter Jennifer Nettles had previously fronted Soul Miner’s Daughter, and her gospel background and deep soul approach […]

Bigger – Sugarland


Specializing in an unsettled, introspective lo-fi with textured chords, Snail Mail is the project of singer, songwriter, and guitarist Lindsey Jordan. She tours and records with a rhythm section. After releasing her debut EP in 2016, she graduated from high school and signed with Matador Records, which issued her first […]

Lush – Snail Mail



Formed in the early ’90s by South African vocalist/guitarist Dave Matthews, the Dave Matthews Band presented a more pop-oriented version of the Grateful Dead crossed with elements of jazz, funk, and the worldbeat explorations of Paul Simon and Sting. Matthews populated the group with several Virginia-based musicians — bassist Stefan […]

Come Tomorrow – Dave Matthews Band