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Australian singer-songwriter Alex Lahey captured the attention indie rock veterans Tegan and Sara after performing at Australian festival Splendour In The Grass, who invited Lahey for a brief stint on tour last year and released the acclaimed EP B-Grade University, which helped get her signed to American indie label Dead Oceans. In the span a year
Su Jefe has been getting her feet wet with the music a lot this year. She definitely holds it down for the females with her new dope turn up record “WOAH”. In this song she speaks about men falling in love with her sauce, body, and money flow. Although their sex appeal and swagger is
We at thisis50 are always on the lookout for the next big thing and have kept our eyes on a new music artist from Australia named Gemzedition. We heard he has some power moves on the way with one our good friends, EG Young. We look forward to check Gemzedition upcoming projects. Stay connected with
Last Christmas, Chance the Rapper and Jeremih gifted fans Merry Christmas Lil' Mama, their collaborative 9-track Christmas project dedicated to their native Chicago, IL. In a new interview with Rap-Up, producer Bongo ByTheWay revealed that the duo will reunite to re-release the mixtape as a full-length album. According to Bongo, who produced for the mixtape, Chance and Jeremih
Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams shows what it's like to be “Fake Happy” in New York in the group's new music video. Wearing a colorful skintight bodysuit, Williams walks through the streets the big city surrounded by people with cartoon happy faces superimposed over their real faces. The faces themselves are upside down, implying that the mask
If ever there's been a good sign things, finding $20 on the floor your dressing room at the American Music Awards has to be one. So, if the fates can be read, Alesso's upcoming debut AMAs performance his hit single “Let Me Go,” with collaborators Hailee Steinfeld, Florida Georgia Line and Watt — for which an ficial music
Each week on the FACT Singles Club, our writers rate and slate the biggest new tracks the last seven days. This week, Fever Ray returns to take you ‘To The Moon And Back’ with her first new music since 2009 and SOPHIE strips back her usual PC Music hyperactivity on piano ballad ‘It’s Okay To Cry’.
Norway’s Smerz have been generating attention for their genre-melding, enigmatic sound. Steph Kretowicz talked to the duo about their unique inspirations and singular sources for field recordings, as well as their upcoming EP, Have Fun. Smerz give a good first impression. Their footwork, R&B and techno inspired work is presented with effortless style, but has
Each week on the FACT Singles Club, our writers rate and slate the biggest new tracks the last seven days. This week, N.E.R.D return with their first new music in seven years and have brought Rihanna’s pure fire bars along for the ride, while Kendrick Lamar guest stars on U2’s latest ‘Get Out Of Your Own
FACT Rated is our series digging into the sounds and stories the most vital breaking artists around right now. This week, Claire Lobenfeld talks to the Sailing Team’s first lady Kodie Shane about her plans to take over the world, one tour date at a time. Kodie Shane doesn’t care about Eminem’s POTUS-punting freestyle that
MUTEK.MX gears up for another year with a slew unmissable artists in tow. FACT picks the seven artists you can’t miss at this year’s event. While the main event happens in the Quebec city Montreal, MUTEK has events all around the world. Whether you’re based in Tokyo, Dubai, Buenos Aires or Barcelona there’s a chance
End Hits is our weekly playlist must-hear new music, refreshed every Friday. Get the lowdown on each track below, or hit the play icon in the top right hand corner your browser to listen on our new radio player as you explore the rest the site.
Jai and A.K. Paul’s mysterious hit factory appears to be up and running. Jai Paul and his brother A.K. Paul have released new music from two artists involved in their elusive Paul Institute collective. They include ‘Mystery’ by Fabina Palladino, a London-based singer who has previously worked with Sampha and Jessie Ware, and ‘Evil’ by
Things are already awkward in Xscape reunion land. During an episode Watch What Happens Live, the singers were promoting their new Bravo reality show, Xscape: Still Kickin’ It, when the subject new music came up—then things got awkward. “Well, they are doing new music,” said Kandi Burruss (motioning to Tameka “Tiny” Harris, Tamika Scott and LaTocha Scott) when host
The judges for FOX’s new musical competition show, The Four, include some Hip Hop’s elite, according to TMZ. The show features four judges — one business mogul with ties to the music scene, a producer, a recording executive, and a concert performer. Diddy has been revealed to be the mogul and DJ Khaled was identified as the producer. After FOX