Wednesday Video Diversion: December 14, 2016

Today we’re looking back on Marvin Gaye’s first-ever #1 hit on the charts, “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”, which debuted back in 1968. Seems pretty random, you say? Well yes, it is! But come on, if you landed on a blog with “Diversion” in the title it’s safe to assume you were looking for just about anything random. With that said, enjoy this random sampling of music videos from TuneCore Artists!

Ab-Soul, “Braille (feat. Bas)”


Epic Rap Battles of History, “Ash Ketchum vs. Charles Darwin”


Jones Street Station, “The Understanding”


RUELLE, “I Get To Love You”


Vanessa Zamora, “AmorEterno (En Vivo Desde Bar Mississippi)”


Diane Birch, “All The Love You Got”


The Rebel Roads, “First To Know (Acoustic)”


Trevor Moran, “Get Me Through the Night”


Kita Klane, “The Enemy”


Sounds Like Harmony, “Up”

New Music Friday: September 23, 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.

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

foreign air
For the Light
Foreign Air

Alternative, Pop

sounds like harmony
Wonderland
Sounds Like Harmony

Alternative, Singer/Songwriter

young and divine
Fux With the Boy (Remix)
Young and Divine

Pop

wooly mammoth
Come Undone
The Wooly Mammoths

Rock, Pop

devon baldwin
Hero / Siren Song
Devon Baldwin

Electronic, Pop

trevor moran
Get Me Through the Night
Trevor Moran

Pop

kyle morton
What Will Destroy You
Kyle Morton

Singer/Songwriter, Alternative

mario jose
Acoustic Covers, Vol. 1: Songs That Inspired Heart of Gold
Mario Jose

Pop, Singer/Songwriter

stu da boi
Thundera (feat. Young & Divine)
Stu Da Boi

Pop, Hip Hop/Rap

shallou & RKCB
Slow
Shallou & RKCB

Electronic, Pop

jeremy plato and the retrospect
In Retrospect
Jeremy Plato and the Departed

Country, Singer/Songwriter

kita klane copy
Technicolor
Kita Klane

Pop, Alternative