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by: Ross Goldenberg Jun 12, 2021 Exactly a month after commemorating his 25th birthday with the dispersal of his EURO 2020 anthem alongside U2’s Bono and The Edge, Martin Garrix was also tasked by UEFA to open the gates to the historic football tournament, delivering a digital rendition of “We Are The People.” Despite the […]

by: Farrell Sweeney Jun 11, 2021 Alan Walker and Imanbek have joined forces for their very first collaborative effort —”Sweet Dreams,” which includes a sample of the inescapable ’90s hit “Scatman.” The unique collaboration brings together two former bedroom producers who have individually blossomed into industry heavyweights for a catchy joint single that highlights both […]

by: Cameron DeFaria Jun 11, 2021 One simply “Can’t Fake The Feeling” that Carl Cox evokes on his rework of Geraldine Hunt’s cult classic. The world-renowned British producer pays homage to the American R&B icon with a funky recasting of the timeless original. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Unidisc Music has been enlisting some of […]

Andy Summers is seen in a new video reading a story from his upcoming book, Fretted and Moaning. In the tale, titled “Hotel,” he recounts the experience of a “shagged out” musician who’s played “too many shows” on a tour and has another one to deliver, even though it was supposed to be a day […]

AC/DC have released a new music video for their song “Witch’s Spell,” complete with crystal balls, tarot cards and spell books. The song is the fourth pulled from the band’s 2020 album Power Up to receive a music video, following “Shot in the Dark,” “Demon Fire” and “Realize.” You can watch the new video below. The LP […]

by: David Klemow Jun 8, 2021 Tom Morello‘s influence and experience around the electronic space is well documented, and The Bloody Beetroots‘ seasoned, punk-powered aesthetic are so complementary, it is a wonder these two veteran forces didn’t team up sooner. Though now, the pair have linked for a joint EP called The Catastrophists, due in […]

Following the recent discovery of Van Halen‘s long-lost dinosaur music video, another newly unearthed clip shows Eddie Van Halen at his home studio. The video, filmed at 5150, shows the guitarist playing the riff to “Amsterdam” several years before the song’s public release. The clip appears to have been shot in the mid ’80s, but the song wasn’t officially out until it […]

by: Ariel King Jun 8, 2021 In 2000, The Avalanches released their timeless masterpiece, Since I Left You. Utilizing between 900 and 3,500 samples, the Australian duo comprised of Robbie Chater and Darren Seltmann opted not to include their own vocals so that the album could, theoretically, come from any point in time. While Chater […]

by: Cameron DeFaria Jun 5, 2021 Southern California producer Rome in Silver recently premiered his first-ever music video for his latest single, “Like You.” Brought to life by DNZ Media, the cinematic visual reflects themes of desire and loss, following a lone forest dweller in search of an ancient artifact, for which she will stop […]

by: Ariel King Jun 4, 2021 Last year, Keys N Krates released their impressive single “Double Dutch.” Taking time since then in this tide, and singing with a new record label, Last Gang Records, the trio has returned with their first track of 2021, “Take It Off” featuring Bibi Bourelly. “Take It Off” features an […]