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Bring Me The Horizon (Rock, Post Hardcore)
Bring Me The Horizon reveal new single Teardrops – via RCA, taken from their upcoming EP POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR which is out next week.
Oli Sykes says on the new offering, “It is my favourite song off the record. I’m so excited to get this single out, it feels like a classic Bring Me The Horizon tune but without it feeling like anything we’ve done before. I feel like Teardrops is some of the best work we’ve ever done, musically and lyrically as whole.”
New York City-based collective VRSTY (pronounced “Varsity”) is taking the world by storm. The quartet will release the Cloud City EP on December 4. The new song “Shameless is streaming now.
Justin Magnaye (Pop/Hip Hop)
With the recent success of his album, 20 Something, Justin Magnaye’s biggest song has been Just Friends featuring Delly Flay. It is a hip hop ballad that asks the age-old question, “what are we?” He has also released a 20 Something merch launch.
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Yvie Oddly (Trap, Hip Hop)
Oddly, the 11th season winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, is now gearing up to release her debut album, Drag Trap which is out today!
Jae Poet (Hip Hop)
This is the latest single from Jae Poet who started rapping in 2017. Jae Poet is also known as Jaden Jordan, an actor who can be recently seen as Owen in Grand Army which is on Netflix!
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Wayside (Alternative Rock)
Australian rock duo Wayside have dropped their brand new single “Cherophobia” which is inspired by elements of indie, 90’s rock and alternative genres.
M.A.G.S. just released his new single for “Smile” The track is a post-punk, dream-pop anthem written from the perspective of a person who’s stuck between apathy and an eagerness to change.
Sydney Sprague (Rock)
Recently signed to Rude Records, 28 year old singer songwriter Sydney Sprague, is bursting on the scene with her insanely catchy riffs and hard hitting, topical lyrics. “steve” is just the first taste of what’s to come from this rising pop rock star.