Wild Child – Think it Over (Official Music Video)

Austin, Texas natives Wild Child released their latest album Expectations a few weeks back, and the indie folk pop septet have shared the hilarious, retro-dance party music video for “Think It Over”. Featuring the ’80s dance party host “Shelby Donahue” played by co-lead singer Alexander Beggins, “Think It Over” has the band in a hilarious retro video as couples try to find love on the dance floor. Check out the video below, and head to their website to grab a copy of Expectations and for more information on their upcoming tour. As well, hear the…

James Bay – Wild Love (Official Music Video)

BRIT-Award winning singer-songwriter James Bay has shared his new music video for “Wild Love”. The latest single is Bay’s first since 2015, ended the drought on new music. Shifting gears every so slightly into a more electronic-focused sound, “Wild Love” still has Bay’s cool, soft vocals at the forefront, in the slick, textured love song. Starring Natalia Dyer of Stranger Things, the music video has Bay locking eyes with Dyer on a crowded dance floor in a melodramatic fashion. Check it out below, and head to James Bay’s website for more information…

In No Particular Order – Episode 2. [Born Ruffians, Happy Accidents]

Welcome! Another episode of In No Particular Order is ready for you just below. You can enjoy the podcast below, and don’t forget to follow the new page on Instagram and Twitter. Of course, Dusty Organ is still around so don’t forget to follow that to keep up to date with all our favourite new music. Born Ruffians – Uncle, Duke & the Chief Head to their website for more information, tour dates, and music!   Happy Accidents – Everything But the Here and Now Find more from the band at their website. Bonus Picks:  …

Common Deer – Confession (I Should Have Known)

Toronto indie orchestral pop group Common Deer are connected in many ways: switching instruments on stage as they share their musical roles, expressing their love for classical music in an encompassing genre, and most notably, by relation. Composed of two sets of siblings, Sheila and Adam Hart, and Connor and Liam Farrell, along with their friend and co-vocalist Graham McLaughlin, Common Deer come together to create mesmerizing and lavish music from the soul. From their debut I EP out this Friday January 27th comes the bold and beautiful lead single “Confession (I Should Have Known)”,…

The Chainsmokers – Paris

Electronic duo The Chainsmokers are no strangers to stardom. The Grammy nominated pair of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall took over 2016 with their hit “Closer” and as the calendars reset, The Chainsmokers are making the best of 2017 with their newly released single “Paris”. Featuring vocals from Taggart and their signature glossy blend of EDM and pop, the new single is a downtempo and nostalgic track, playing on their reoccurring theme of reminiscing of a past love. Kings of the hook, The Chainsmokers will have you singing back “If we go down /…

Said the Whale – Step Into the Darkness

After announcing a 2017 tour and album a few weeks back, Vancouver indie folk-turned-pop band Said the Whale are keeping their promise with their new lead single “Step Into the Darkness”. With a few surprise changes in the lineup, in this case the five-piece slimmed down to a trio, Said the Whale have shifted their sound as well, embracing a heavier electronic presence, tied with a bow of sugary vocal harmonies from both original frontmen Ben Worcester and Tyler Bancroft. The new single was written when Worcester was going through a difficult time: “Step…

Jens Lekman – What’s That Perfume That You Wear?

Swedish singer-songwriter Jens Lekman took on the ambitious challenge of releasing a new song each week in 2015. After accomplishing such a wild undertaking, the electro-pop musician has announced a proper full-length due February 17th titled Life Will See You Now. From the upcoming release is the shimmery new single “What’s That Perfume That You Wear?”. Incorporating influences from calypso, bossanova, and nu-disco, Lekman turns his easy-going performance into a relaxing, upbeat dance groove. Listen to the new single below and head to his website for more information and tour dates.

Album Releases: Week of December 2, 2016

Alternative / Rock / Indie Beans On Toast – A Spanner in the Works (Singer-songwriter/Drunk folk) Peter Doherty – Hamburg Demonstrations (Brit-rock/Indie rock) Marika Hackman – Wonderland EP (Christmas/Singer-songwriter) Kevin Krauter – Changes EP (Singer-songwriter) The Last Shadow Puppets – The Dream Synopsis EP (Alternative rock) Omar Rodríguez-López – Nom De Guerre Cabal (Experimental alternative rock) The Rolling Stones – Blue & Lonesome [Covers album] (Rock) Country / Folk Kane Brown – Kane Brown (Country) El Hombre Trajeado – Fast Diagonal (Experimental folk-punk) Damien Jurado & Richard Swift – Other People’s Songs, Vol. 1 [Covers album] (Indie folk rock) RaeLynn – WildHorse…

TOPANGA – Shadows

Los Angeles indie electro-rock group TOPANGA, lead by Derek Brambles and Eric Johnson are releasing their debut Midnight Jungle EP in February. Based around their experiences and the nightlife of L.A., the new EP is brimming with electronic energy and glowing charm. From the upcoming release comes the lead single “Shadows”, a song Brambles originally had written as a commercial music composer. His love for the tune evolved and he decided to turn it into an electro-pop hit. Exploding into glowing synthesizers and toe-tapping rhythms, “Shadows” is an exciting first look into the…

Your Boy Tony Braxton – Kick (Official Music Video)

Over the summer, rapper/media personality Shad released his new alter ego Your Boy Tony Braxton with the surprise throwback-R&B album Adult Contempt. Drenched in nostalgia, the new album is an ’80s tribute thrown into a time machine and sent to 2016. From the release is the Janet Jackson-esque single “Kick” and its accompanying music video. Complete with retro outfits, dance circles, and a vintage tint, the new video captures the ’80s, and as director Sammy Rawal puts it, “the aesthetic and pacing but infuse it with more contemporary elements.  The finished video reads…