“Disappear Into The Stars” by Evan Voytas, from his Feel Me EP (below), released via Hit City USA’s For Immediate Release (FIR) digital single series.
It’s good to get an update on how these folks are doing. Since being introduced to Keys N Krates, they’ve now moved on to some harder rock. Check out the video for “Virgins”, from dance-punk duo Death From Above 1979 off their latest album The Physical World. The video was directed by Eva Michon, who also directed the “Life After Death From Above 1979″, the feature documentary that captures the band rise, fall out and epically reunite. Check out the doc when you get a chance, currently available at www.dfa1979-movie.com.
Perfect timing for a new song from ON AN ON, who have announced a name for their upcoming July 24th album release. And The Wave Has Two Sides follows their amazing debut Give In and so far is following in the right footsteps. Back in February, we heard the newest version of “Drifting“. Today we can add “It’s Not Over” to the list of new songs I’ll probably wear out once I get my hands on this new record.
Take a listen to “It’s Not Over”.
cln is 19 year-old Australian producer Callan Alexander, who’s “Hold Me” caught my ear today while checking the inbox. Expect this single to be joined by a few more singles in the coming months, leading up to the release of his second EP Found (out in June).
Take a listen to “Hold Me”.