New Music Friday: August 11, 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 Billion Dollar Club – a Spotify playlist that’s updated every Friday with new releases from TuneCore Artists – stream it below!


Alternative, Electronic

Eric Nally

Last Night (feat. Future & Tru Life)
DJ Clue

Hip Hop/Rap

Eyes On The Highway
Robbie Williams

Pop, Rock

One Long Dream

Hip Hop/Rap, Pop

Gwen Sebastian
Singer/Songwriter, Country

The Silent Ones
Sleeping Wolf

Alternative, Pop

Love Me
Me Nd Adam

Alternative, Pop

All Of Nothing
Dustin Tavella

R&B/Soul, Pop

I Want To Break Your Heart
Early Winters

Pop, Alternative

Young Americans (feat. Charles & Josh Kelley)
Colt Ford



Alternative, Rock

B Side
QT Jazz

R&B/Soul, Pop

Cartier Frames (feat. Nipsey Hussle)
Bono Rideau & Mike & Keys

Hip Hop/Rap, R&B/Soul


Alternative, Pop

Blue Face
Ishmael Raps

Hip Hop/Rap

Everybody Else
Emmitt Fenn

Electronic, Dance

Africa For the 


Looking For Love

Singer/Songwriter, Alternative

Wednesday Video Diversion: July 19, 2017

Happy Hump Day! Did you know that on this day in 1989, residents of the town of Washington, CT rallied together to form an action group by the name of “Roll The Stones Out Of Town” after the Rolling Stones began using a nearby venue as a rehearsal location for their upcoming tour? They did! Residents complained of the noise and high-level security involvement, while simultaneously proving that the Stones could still cause a little mayhem almost into the 1990s! Roll on with the rest of your sleepy afternoon but make sure to catch this round-up of awesome TuneCore Artist music videos first:


Ron Pope, “Bad For Your Health”

Venture Klan, “Hotel (Holiday Inn)”

LDF, “She’s Venomous”

Flagship Romance, “Scare Yourself”

Whiskey Shivers, “Cluck ‘Ol Hen”

$uicideboy$, “New Chains, Same Shackles”

QT Jazz, “Faded Royalty & Dandy Lines”

Jon Tessier, “Like The Sun”

Eric Nally, “Ruby”