New Music Friday: September 8, 2017

TuneCore Artists are releasing tons of new music every day. Each week we check out the new TuneCore releases and choose a few at random to feature on the blog.

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Follow The Billion Dollar Club – a Spotify playlist that’s updated every Friday with new releases from TuneCore Artists – stream it below!


Under Construction
Kena C.
Christian/Gospel, R&B/Soul


N.O Saint
Ghxstmusic

Hip Hop/Rap, R&B/Soul


Darkness
Escondido

Alternative, Singer/Songwriter


Deadly Doll
Jesse Jo Stark

Alternative


North Pole
Injury Reserve

Hip Hop/Rap


Find You
Canyon City

Singer/Songwriter, Alternative


Warm In Your Sunshine
Karen Waldrup

Singer/Songwriter, Country


Take Down the House
Promiseland

Alternative


A Colorful World
Zusha

World, Folk


Funeral Balloons
Blockhead

Hip Hop/Rap, Electronic


Concordia
Happy Hollows

Alternative, Rock


Reality
Ray Volpe
Electronic, Dance


Probably Wrong: Session Two
Parker McCollum

Country, Singer/Songwriter


Spotify Singles
Shallou

Electronic, Dance


Hey California
Yøuth

Alternative, Singer/Songwriter


Lie With Me
Josiah and the Bonnevilles 

Alternative, Folk


Trypnotyx
Victor Wooten, Dennis Chambers & Bob Franceschini
Jazz, Instrumental


The Rise of the Phoenix
Chantè Moore

R&B/Soul, Pop

Wednesday Video Diversion: September 6, 2017

Happy Hump Day everyone! We’re back with another round up of awesome TuneCore Artist music videos and some random and often meaningless fun facts in the realm of music history. On this day in 1974, a young Joe Strummer and his rock group the 101ers made their live debut at the Telegraph in London. A couple years down the road, the Clash frontman would ‘see the light’ of punk rock when the Sex Pistols would open for them. The rest? History!

Harp Samuels, “Secrets”


Scootie, “One”


Seeker & Servant, “Heart Change”


Chris Bandi, “Man Enough Now”


Loc Rhymacide, “Who Am I”


The Ruins, “Deliverance”


Katie Herzig, “Walk Through Walls”


Happy Hollows, “Way Home”


Ziggy Alberts, “Four Feet in the Forest”


Jon Tessier, “Summer Rain”