Oliver is featured on 2 of the 3 tracks from the new Hope EP by Alex Metric via OWSLA/Atlantic Records. These two disco-minded acts have collaborated before on Metric’s Ammunition EP, and toured around the country together as direct support for Zedd in 2013. “Hope” was featured on HARD’s Holy Ship! official recap video, and Nest HQ called it “an accessible, sophisticated and (most importantly) a really, really fun dance floor vibe,” and that it’s “pretty much impossible to stand while listening to this one.” Oliver joins Destructo, Clockwork and others for a series of tour dates in Australia this week, and then it’s back to the USA as direct support for Chromeo’s “Come Alive” tour.
Called “the latest talked-about sensation from Orange County,” The Colourist released their debut solo album today via Republic Records. Track #5 on the album is titled “Tonight (Young Hearts)” and was co-written by Tim Pagnotta. The Colourist have curated a strong fanbase and online buzz over the past year as a result of constant touring including performances at Coachella and SXSW. The band is currently on a nationwide headlining tour supporting the new self-titled album
“Hot Tonight” by Tokyo Police Club was co-written by Tim Pagnotta and is the lead single from the new album Forcefield released today on Mom+Pop Records. In its review of the album, Pitchfork states “it’s a grand, large-scale display of everything that makes Tokyo Police club likable in the first place,” and that Forcefield is a “pop album, produced like pop and structured to grant instant gratification.” This is the first collaboration between Tim Pagnotta and Tokyo Police Club
Cory Enemy continues to share new music, while banging out high energy DJ sets at recent events like EDC Mexico and Holy Ship!. “Go Deeper” falls a bit outside of his recent trap releases including collaborations with Adam F, Brillz and Luke Shay. Influential blog Indie Shuffle credits the song for its “extremely clean production and all around positive vibe.”
Get the free download of Cory Enemy’s “Go Deeper” on Soundcloud here: http://bit.ly/1drcTHQ
Writer/Producer Dr Rosen Rosen has spent the last 18 months developing the follow up to Meg Myers’ buzzworthy ep Daughter In The Choir, which featured Hype Machine chart toppers “Curbstomp,” and “Monster.” Three songs from the new ep titled Make a Shadow have made their way online over the past 6 weeks, which has put the spotlight on Myers, an artist whose sound has been called “understated, evocative, catchy, and commanding.” The ep is currently charting in the Top 25 on the iTunes Alternative chart
Oliver and Blood Diamonds join a group of A-List artists on a new Boys Noize remix compilation titled Out Of The Black: The Remixes. In it’s review, LessThanThree notes that the remix album “flows like a purpose-built LP in its own right, with an unmistakable thread of electro-techno that runs through all of Boys Noize’s original productions.” Also featured on the compilation are The Chemical Brothers, Justice, and Chromeo. Oliver is currently in the studio working on music for the follow up to their Mechanical EP, and Blood Diamonds recently released his “Osaka” maxi-single via OWSLA Records
Sam Spiegel is a man who wears many hats, literally and figuratively. The musician, songwriter, composer, producer, and DJ is the mind behind N.A.S.A. who has independently released two singles in the past 6 months, both of which have been featured in Sonos commercials for their wireless HiFi system. The first single “Hide (Tropkillaz Remix)” shot to #1 on the iTunes Electronic Chart after the commercial aired, and has a combined 400,000 plays on Soundcloud and YouTube. Spiegel collaborated with Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s to create the follow up to “Hide,” a disco-infused cover of the Bob Marley classic “I Shot The Sheriff,” which premiered on a Sonos commercial during the 2014 Grammy Awards. Spiegel plans to release another N.A.S.A. single this spring, while working on the tracks that will make up his first full length album release since 2008′s The Spirit of Apollo, which featured the likes of Kanye West, Tom Waits, David Byrne, and M.I.A.
Baywood is comprised of Joe Ginsberg and Pulse client Jarrad K. Following the online buzz generated from their Seasons EP, the band released their first full length album today titled Everything We Know, All At Once. The acoustic duo made an initial impact with their single and video “I Can Breathe Again,” which became a #1 song on Denver’s KTCL FM. As a writer/producer, Jarrad K has recently collaborated with the likes of Madeon, Zak Waters, and Rosie Carney
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