The dream-pop project, Bonhom, have released their new track “Live For Now” single & remix for purchase today on iTunes, here: http://bit.ly/TtETlG. With the release of their “Live For Now” song and remix, Bonhom defines the style of Dream-Pop. From the danceable beat to the dreamy vocals, it combines a classic pop sound infused with a modern 2013-style production. The song is about living in the moment, letting go of the past, and embracing the future.
After two years of hard work i come in PEZ has finally finished his first ever EP as an independent unsigned artist! The EP will be released soon, but the release is being kicked off with this mind-blowing new single and music video. While sticking close to the 1984 original by Dead or Alive, i come in PEZ manages to take this song to a whole new level.
‘You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)’ by i come in PEZ can be downloaded on iTunes here: http://tinyurl.com/SpinMeiTunes
Welcome to a new episode from the world of Authentic Bros! This is Babak & Reza presenting a four track EP titled “Tell Me”; packaged with a vibrant artwork and a vintage yet modern lead single video. The sound and style presented within this staggering EP, begins with a soft combination of synths and acoustics delivering a heartfelt catchy lead song ”Tell Me.”
Mikey is an artist ready to make it big. He has supported several cross country tours opening for artists like Howie Day, Serena Ryder and Landon Pigg. His music was also featured on CBS’s The Ghost Whisperer & MTV’s The Real World. Selected by New Music seminar as “an artist on the verge” and iHeartradio’s “artist to watch.” Great stuff here!
The multi-talented and exceptionally stylish Taboo (Jaime Gomez) is not just a member of the global chart-topping sensation, The Black Eyed Peas, but also an accomplished dancer, actor, author, shoe designer, philanthropist and quickly becoming a global DJ sensation.
Most recently, Taboo has teamed up with Italy’s hosttest export, Alex Guandino Their recently released high energy single “I Don’t Wanna Dance” just hit the Top10 on Finland Dance Charts. The single is also climbing the Scandinavian Dance Chart at #30 and the Swedish Dance Chart at #59. Check it out!
Gracefully moving between genres, TONI possesses a unique musical style, blending her soul vocals with pop, R&B, and hip-hop tracks. Mix a shot of the late Whitney Houston with an ounce of the youthful, exuberant voice of Rihanna, and you’ll get a taste of the exceptional concoction TONI is.
With newest her single, “All I Want Is You” featuring rapper Killahboy Onwon, TONI forms an intoxicating union between hip hop and pop. The dance track, produced by the award-winning musical whiz Yang Song, pulsates with electronic synths, exciting percussion, and a whirlwind of uplifting effects. In 2011, she self-released the digital single “Music Keeps Me Alive,” which she co-wrote with guitarist Ricardo Sanchez.
Awesome single from 7Lion combines a catchy melody and sharp rap in the best combo I’ve ever heard. “Born 2 Run,” debuted on ESPN Music and has already been used during television broadcasts for NASCAR, the NFL, MLB, the French Open, the Australian Open and served as the “LA Kings/Born 2 Run” Stanley Cup theme for the LA Kings.
Ilia Darlin interview
Possessing a larger-than-life stage presence, Ilia Darlin is frequently touted as the “European Lady Gaga.” Though there may be some similarities between the two icons, Ilia has captured a worldwide fan base of her own. She is an Athens native—singer, dancer, musician, fashion model and actress—Ilia Darlin, is making her mark on the international scene.
1. Professionally what came first? Dancing, Singing or Acting?
I’d say a combination of acting and singing since the first professional thing I did was to star in the docufiction film “Art-Therapy by Nikos Perakis. The film was about 3 young artists who were trying to make it in Athens and it was a documentation of our lives and our artistic activities, merged with fiction so the three main characters could interact with each other.
2. On the single “Even when I Lose I’m Winning” and the the chorus of “Hit me” states “no fear in me… nothing to lose” are these subtle statements of strength not only in yourself, but your country’s resilience? I seem to see duel messages within the songs.
I’m glad you’re making the association cause it is certainly true and it is something I want to get through to the world.I’m a person that honestly believes that we can take anything and turn it into something good.It may sound cliche but freedom and happiness do derive from within.The crisis in Greece,and Europe in general, didn’t just happen,if you know what I mean.I think it’s the beginning of the end, as well as ”the end is really the beginning”, of the western civilisation as we know it and it’s time for everyone to reevaluate.
3. Who are your musical influences?
I have such a wide variety and maybe that’s why my sound(I’m not referring only to my two singles) and performances can be quite different.I have a few obsessions though like Maria Callas,Angelo Badalamenti,Amy Winehouse,Elvis Presley,Britney Spears…I do also get inspired a lot by directors or poets like David Lynch,Gaspar Noe,William Blake.For me music could definitely come from an image,event a scent.
4. Are you planning a full album? When would it come out?
Yes, I am planning a full album and I hope it’d be out by the end of 2012.
5. Are you doing any acting or touring in the USA?
I’m going to Los Angeles late August.I haven’t yet confirmed dates but I’m quite sure I will announce something pretty soon.
Benni Cinkle interview
Known “as that girl in pink” she gained her fame from Rebecca Black’s “Friday” video. Benni has a new single out called “Gotta Get Out” and its a blast! On top of that all money goes to Benni’s non-profit charity.
1. How did you end up recording your own single? Was it hard for producers to take you seriously? after all Miss Black’s video has plenty of haters.
Well I wrote my first single, “Can You See Me Now”, way way way before “Friday”. So when all this attention put me in the spotlight, I pulled the song out of my desk drawer and realized that it could be used to help kids who are in crisis. I don’t think it was hard for producers to take me seriously, because a lot of them could relate to the message I was trying to send to kids everywhere. Everybody around me was really supportive.
2. Why did you decide to donate your profits to charity and how did you pick the charity?
I decided to donate the profits because I wrote the song to speak to kids in need. And it just felt wrong to be passionate enough to sing the song, but not passionate enough to actually do something about it. With the song, I’m raising awareness. And with the profits, I’m helping to make a real difference through the charities. I picked the charities that were most relevant to what the song was about.
3. Who are your biggest influences in music?
I wouldn’t say that I’m super influenced by any one musician, I just believe that music is a great way to talk to kids. So I’m only really interested in recording songs if they have a message that I think kids need to hear.
4. Tell me about the new single.
The new single, “Gotta Get Out”, is written from the point of view of a girl who grows up wanting more out of life. The video follows her in her life and shows her dreams of traveling to New York, Los Angeles, and Paris. the message is “You can do whatever you want to do, as long as you have hope and believe in yourself.”
5. Is a full length album coming out soon?
Haha, I don’t see one in the near future. Right now, I’m super focused on schoolwork (I’m about to start my sophomore year in high school!) and my nonprofit, That Girl In Pink Foundation, which is dedicated to the prevention of teen suicide. On top of that, a portion of the proceeds go to Children of the Night, a non-profit Benni supports! Learn more about Benni on thatgirlinpink.org
Sleeping with Sirens is an American post-hardcore band from Orlando, Florida currently residing in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Currently the album out is “If You Were A Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack” and it does focus on Kellin Quinn’s unique vocal range throughout.