Reports today that Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of the Cranberries, has died in London at the age of 46. The news was announced by her publicist. A cause of death has thus far not been revealed. In an emailed statement, the singer’s publicist shared, “Irish and international singer Dolores O’Riordan has died suddenly in London today. She was 46 years old. The lead singer with the Irish band The Cranberries was in London for a short recording session.” The statement continued, “No further details are available at this time. Family members are devastated to hear the breaking news and have requested privacy at this very difficult time.”
No Alarms comes alive today with their new single “Right Is What’s Left.” Their synth-pop infused indie sound creates brilliant instrumentation and memorable lyricism that brings the band to life. Hailing from Dallas, Texas, the group formed over 10 years ago and have carefully crafted and honed their sound. The result? Infectious music that will have you obsessed with the group within every listen. With an upcoming EP release slated for March, the group will further showcase their catchy hooks and extreme, hypnotic guitars. “Right is What’s Left,” is the perfect first listen to the band…let’s get acquainted, shall we?
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Bringing us into the weekend, singer-songwriter Simon Lunche impresses our ears with the new single “An Angel’s Love.” Spending some time in LA-rock band, The Blondies, Lunche takes a solo journey on the piece which prominently showcases his work as both a songwriter and musician. On the new track, Lunche channels influences such as Leonard Cohen and Van Morrison, which makes his lyricism and instrumentation deep, insightful, and gorgeously haunting. With a strong-piano weaving throughout the track, “An Angel’s Love,” with have you head over heels for Lunche. Be sure to give a listen to the track below, and fall in love. Simon Lunche’s forthcoming record is due out this year.
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Diemetic shares their heavy hitting new single with us, “Fiesta,” which is laced with EDM goodness. The infectious duo takes us boldly into the weekend with a banger that will surely have you up on the dance floor.
The duo of Andrew Heffernan and Ryan Paddle are an unstoppable force. Paving their way through the Canadian music scene, the group have performed at prominent festivals such as Future Forrest. On tour for the better portion of 2017, Diemetic are starting off the new year right. Give a listen to “Fiesta,” below and prepare to become obsessed.
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Hip-Pop artist Yaysh brings a glorious new sound to the table with her latest single “Daep.” The stunning piece which translates to “Beautiful,” in Vietnamese, was carefully crafted by the artist herself alongside producer Troy R8dio Johnson. The sultry piece brings to life Yaysh as an artist, which has us enticed from start to finish. Throughout the piece she fills to the rafters of spirituality and uniqueness as her seductive freestyle combines brilliant lyricism and a fresh freestyle that you will not soon forget.
Struggling in school and dropping out of college, Yaysh found that music and meditation kept her going. The emotional depths of her songs shine through, and “Daep” is the perfect introduction to the buzzworthy new artist. Be sure to put her on your radar for 2018! You don’t want to miss out on this one.
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Artist Joel Phil is ready to kick off the New Year in style. Making waves with his new release, “Raise Up,” the 4-track EP brings on some impressive names for the upcoming artist. Throughout the record we hear many diverse sides of the song which shows the range of Joel Phil. Alongside the EP, he has also released a new video for the original form of the piece, which shows his New York City and musical spirit. Drawing from modern greats such as Shawn Mendes and Calvin Harris, his flow and musicality is golden…and boy will you be impressed. On both the EP and in video form, Joel Phil comes off as quite a character in the best way possible; he’s interesting, his style is fresh, and instrumentation unforgettable. If “Raise Up,” isn’t one of your new favorite songs, I’m not sure what would be.
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