Posts by TwirlyHatMatt
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on March 8, 2017
Los Angeles 4-piece NONA has just released their unique and conversation-inspiring video for “Hold Up”, and cover of Beyoncé’s song of the same name. The band has played around Los Angeles a number of times and their music has clearly struck a chord.
Be on the look out for much more!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on February 7, 2017
Not much is known about YUPPYCULT, but the mysterious new producer/DJ has just released his debut single “Girls Like”. The song features New York songstress Sizzy Rocket and is a pro-female anthem.
Listen to the song below and take a look at the wild and exciting video. There is certain to be plenty more music coming very soon.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on August 3, 2016
Timeflies had a hit on their hands this summer with the Top 40 jam, “Once In A While”. Now, Los Angeles based producer Geo has taken the song and flipped it a full 180 degrees.
His remix highlights the sparkly synth-line and adds a tropical and progressive dance flare to the already upbeat track.
A perfect one to add to any of your summer playlists!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on March 22, 2016
Son Little has recently released his new video for “Toes” via Pitchfork. The rock ballad’s video walks you through a bustling night in a bar alongside actor Rhys Coiro. The green and red tinted shots lend well to the dark guitar-ridden melodies of Son Little.
Take a listen and watch above!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on February 19, 2016
English vocalist Teddy Sinclair is not afraid to say what she’s thinking. Her band Cruel Youth has broken on the scene with a powerful opening statement titled “Mr. Watson”. The song resembles Amy Winehouse’s storytelling-songwriting style, as well as Sinclair’s vocal tone.
Certainly not a comparison I throw around lightly, Cruel Youth is one to keep an eye on.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on February 2, 2016
The duo Timeflies recently released their first single since putting out their album Just For Fun last year. The song, “Once In A While”, is a contemporary pop song that features production by Rez and rapping/singing from counterpart, Cal. The song is tropical and fun, perhaps inspired by a recent move to Los Angeles.
Watch the lyric video above, or stream the song below.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on January 22, 2016
Vocalist Ricky Smith releases the anthemic and melodic “Yesterdays” this week. The sleek production is brought to you by The Echo Brothers. Pop this one on as you head in to your weekend.