hana pirahna, “silk and poison”

hana pirahna, “silk and poison”

A gorgeous string section lures you effortlessly into London-based power punk musician Hana Piranha‘s new single “Silk and Poison”, released to celebrate new album Waiting To Burn. The song unfolds into a rough, guitar-driven beauty, a cacophony of crashing cymbals, and loud, proud vocals. Just as the title insists, it’s the perfect blend of silk and poison… much like this incredible songstress.

Keep up with Hana Piranha here.

orouni, “former lorry driver”

orouni, “former lorry driver”

Parisian indie pop collective Orouni recently released their new track “Former Lorry Driver”, and it’s the gamer-friendly, upbeat single that just might pull you out of your “first half of the week” rut. Good news? Their accents are palpable, which is perfect for francophiles. The song itself is hopeful as well, as it is about a man who was told he only had six months to live and survived his own cancer scare.

Try it on for size. Then let us know what you think in the comments on Facebook!

Partitions is out April 19th. Keep up with Orouni here.

ally venable, “one sided misunderstanding”

ally venable, “one sided misunderstanding”

Taken from her new album Texas Honey, blues/rock songstress Ally Venable drops the new music video for her track “One Sided Misunderstanding” right here, right now. Comprised of beautifully shot footage from what looks to be a studio session, the video displays a little bit more of Venable’s attitude and a whole lot of her live performance flare. You’ll fall in love with the guitar chords, as they dance around her vocals and make you feel just a little more alive than you already did. Explains Venable of the track, “This song is about when you are you are in a situation that seems as if you’ve been put on the back burner, and blamed for something that you didn’t do.”

Take it for a spin below!

Keep up with Ally Venable here.

march madness 2019: a soundtrack

march madness 2019: a soundtrack

March has been mad for more reasons than just basketball, and we’re here to share those reasons with you! Each month, we round up our favorite new song releases in a Spotify soundtrack feature for our fans. Whether you like sad boy music, hip hop, indie, alternative, or a little bit of twang, there is a little bit of something for everyone in this collection. Alycia Lang, New Luna, Kat Saul, Good Fuck… And it’ll just keep growing from here, so check back regularly throughout the remainder of the month for more new gems!