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During the last three years Swedish multi-instrumentalist and warehouse worker Linus Lauthers or ULj has been quietly working on his music and today he unleashes his hypnotic sounding debut single “Tomma Slag” via Swedish label VVVWW and we’ve got the premiere of the Studio Kupol directed video for the track.

Iconic west coast band The Story So Far just released their music video to “Take Me As You Please” off the recent ‘Proper Dose’ album. The journey brought to life by director Eric Soucy meshes a visual dream world where a woman descends into a gender fluid and faceless world.

The band is currently on a massive tour, selling out dates across the country. Find out the latest news on their journey and grab any remaining tickets to a show on their website.

Italian-born but now London-based producer/musician/songwriter Soul Island released his first album single “Ocean” on October 5th, the single track is taken from his upcoming debut LP “Shards” (due to be released on December 7th via Loyal To Your Dreams).

“Ocean” is a shimmering synth pop track that handles intricate melodies, a vast atmosphere of ambient sounds and lush vocals. We’re glad to premiere the David Chambriard directed video for the single.

“It’s a track about true and false hope, spiritual and together very concrete. It’s a call to caring about the earth. I now realize I programmed the synth ARP as water movement with filter sweeps mimicking the tide, or that’s how I like to see it.”

Fresh new video from Sammy Adams as he returns from a brief hiatus to release his new single “Action.” The Boston native is back with a new flow and it’s sounding like he’s on his A-game.

“Action is an adventure. It brings me back to the early stages of my life, being a troublemaker, chasing crushes, and finding my own way in the world. It’s about chasing what you want (not just the girl you want), and being fearless regardless of the outcome. Take risks, fall in love, take L’s, learn from your mistakes. If you ain’t living, you’re dying.” – Sammy Adams

The latest single “Faceless” from Los Angeles based producer/vocalist Ex Mykah is a response to society’s unraveling moral fabric and spotlights the West’s increasingly naked fear of “the other”. He blends haunting hip-hop structures with leftfield and lush sounding pop.

“Faceless” is another taste from his forthcoming debut album which will be released via Kowloon Records.