New Music Friday: January 27, 2016

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.

Is your hit next?

Follow THE NEW – a Spotify playlist that’s updated every Friday with new releases from TuneCore Artists – stream it below! 

pouya fat nick
Torch
Pouya & Fat Nick

Hip Hop/Rap

wind echo
Winter Cassette
Wind Echo

Alternative, Pop

maejor
Vibrations
Maejor

R&B/Soul

sir
W$BOI
SiR

R&B/Soul, Singer/Songwriter

jacquelyn schreiber
Beautiful Love
Jacquelyn Schreiber

Pop, Jazz

parker
Peaches
Parker

Dance, Electronic

snny
Young Boy

Snny
Alternative, R&B

chandler rachelle
Solo Cup (feat. Bobby Brackins)

Chandler Rachelle
Pop, Hip Hop/Rap

carter reeves
Fresh Fruit
Carter Reeves

Alternative, Pop

400am
After Party (feat. Christina Milian & Marley Waters)
4am

R&B/Soul, Hip Hop/Rap

kaiydo
Jumpin
Kaiydo

Hip Hop/Rap

New Music Friday: January 20, 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.

Is your hit next?

Follow THE NEW – a Spotify playlist that’s updated every Friday with new releases from TuneCore Artists – stream it below!

nombe
Wait
NoMBe

Alternative, Electronic

cocorosie
Smoke ‘Em Out
CocoRosie

Alternative, Electronic

miss tara
Let’s Live!
Miss Tara

Electronic, Dance

haley mae campbell
Lose My Number
Haley Mae Campbell

Singer/Songwriter, Country

early november
Fifteen Years
The Early November

Alternative, Rock

los rabanes
Alokte
Los Rabanes

Latin, Hip Hop/Rap

a-oh
Visions
A-OH

Electronic, Dance

bryan lanning
Us
Bryan Lanning

Pop

maine
Bad Behavior
The Maine

Alternative, Pop

flint eastwood
Queen
Flint Eastwood

Alternative

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 18, 2017

There’s something interesting about the date January 18th. Well, at least there was something pretty interesting happening on this date in the 1960s: in ’64, the Beatles entered the US Charts with ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’ for the first time; a year later, the Stones recorded two iconic songs, ‘The Last Time’ and ‘Play With Fire’ with Phil Spector; and just two years later, The Jimi Hendrix Experience belted out ‘Hey Joe’ for the first time on Top of the Pops! Let us all revel in that classic rock trivia and distract ourselves with something a little more modern:

 


Chrysalis, “My Eternity”


Raylin Joy, “Sunny Grey”


Los Rabanes, “Funky Movimiento”


Epic Rap Battles of History, “Nice Peter vs. Epic Lloyd”


Lee Mazin, “I’m Her”


Nobigdyl., “Purple Dinosaur”


Lennon & Maisy, “Up and Up (Coldplay Cover)”


Ryan McCartan, “When You Went Away (Acoustic)”