Posted by LoffyG on March 21, 2013
Lets take a break from the music quick, well almost, to check out this amazing cliff jumping video by Devin Supertramp. If you’ve never heard of Devin he’s one of the biggest YouTube video makers in the world with nearly 200,000,000 views! You’re probably wondering why I would post this on here, but the reason is that Devin chose to cut this video to Radical Something’s latest tune “Step Right Up”. That’s definitely really big for them. Be on the lookout for some new Radical Something videos coming very soon as they just finished up their tour. Also check out Devin’s channel as he has tons of great extreme videos!
Posted by Jess on March 9, 2013
Aer is back and better than ever with their first release since the release of their album The Bright Side. “Take it Wrong” is the first single off of their upcoming Strangers EP due to be released on March 19th. If this is a taste of what’s to come, their upcoming EP should be their best yet. Be on the look out for the Strangers EP and be sure to catch Aer on tour with Hoodie Allen.
Posted by LoffyG on March 6, 2013
When it comes to Nick Luebke there is no doubt this past year has been big for him. From having his remix of “Call Me Maybe” go viral blasting him off into the blogosphere, to being featured on X-Factor as well as performing shows with the likes of Mike Stud and more. Now that the young Madison, WI native has finally completed college he’s reached that point in the road where he must choose whether or not to pursue his dream in music, or head into the everyday career world. This challenge he’s faced with laid the foundation for this first single, “End Of The Road” off his upcoming EP.
Posted by W8 on February 28, 2013
Wekeed is as they say, a wild union of a girl and a boy brought together by life in Paris, France. Subsiding the snow with feelings of summer, ”Essential” has a nice mixture of indie, sprinkled with a touch of house.
FREE DOWNLOAD: WEKEED – Essential
Posted by LoffyG on February 20, 2013
Visionary Music Group’s newest star, Jon Bellion, just released his highly anticipated free album, Translations Through Speakers. After dropping videos for Paper Planes, LIFE, The Wonder Years & Dead Man Walking we finally get the mp3′s along with 6 additional self-written & produced tracks by Jon himself. There is no doubt that he is a unique artist that is hard to compare with anyone else in the indie game right now. If you haven’t picked up on his music yet, you’ve been missing out. Check out the free album below and follow him on his social media outlets for continuous updates.
Posted by Mel on February 14, 2013
As hard as it is to believe, there comes a time when a person needs a break from house music. I’ll undoubtedly suffer from intense withdrawals in a week or so, but for now I’m enjoying our time apart. One of the tracks that have made the transition easy for me has been Math Bishop’s latest remix. He takes Blondfire’s rock infused original “Where The Kids Are” and makes it a happy sounding delight. I’m not a huge fan of indie, but I just can’t stop listening to this track.
Free Download: Blondfire – Where The Kids Are (Math Bishop Remix)
Posted by Grubeats on February 12, 2013
Having the opportunity to see an artist’s creative process from start to finish is a beautiful thing. When you find an artist as talented as Jon that takes so many intricate steps when creating a record, you really develop a whole new appreciation for the craft. After releasing the forth video single, “The Wonder Years,” off his upcoming free album Translations Through Speakers just a week ago, Jon Bellion reveals how the record came about.