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Brittney Carter "Cold As Us"

Brittney Carter has released a new single featuring Oliv Blu called "Cold As Us". The track was produced by Scud One and is the follow-up to her recent two song EP "What It's Gone Be/Everything I Need".





Joan of Arc "Something Kind"

Joan of Arc has released a video for the latest single, "Something Kind", from their forthcoming album, Tim Melina Theo Bobby, which is due out December 4th Via Joyful Noise Recordings.

The band consisting of Melina Ausikaitis, Bobby Burg, Theo Katsaounis, and Tim Kinsella have announced that this will be the final Joan of Arc album capping of a legendary 25 year career.

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Mei shows his heart in new single "Frankenstein"

L.A.’s Mei switches up the tempo in his new single “Frankenstein,” via simple acoustic guitar strums, vocal ascents, and a charged-up passion. Where Mei’s indie-pop summer single “Rudimental” displayed his vocal versatility with switches from passionate croons to confident and sharper rides of the beat that led to full choruses powered by synth ambiances, “Frankenstein” keeps it bare, yet just as daring. Melancholic, and ultimately hopeful, “Frankenstein” has an obvious heart, a red mood to sink to, completely; stream “Frankenstein” below for a warm transition from warm days to cooler evenings. - René Cobar

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Dai "Keep The Funk"

Dai, a member of Ebony Steed, has released a Brenden Smith directed video for her most recent single "Keep The Funk". The song tells the world the where the Bronseville native is from and how she got her start. Both the Dreego produced track and the video truly show Dai's pride in her roots and her city.





Brittany Campbell highlights universal love in "Champion"

Brittany Campbell puts you on cloud nine with a new R&B single titled “Champion” that is romantic with its dexterous electric guitar riffs, snappy beats, and atmospheric breaks. Campbell’s vocals, in sweet motion with those of Phil., tell a story of passion universal and use each verse to spread that, culminating in soothing refrains. The song, released on National Coming Out Day, is accompanied by a music video whose comic book aesthetic is charming, each frame fantastic and sensual. “Champion” pays complete tribute to all the elements that make R&B timeless and, in the process, delivers an important message about love; stream “Champion” below for a trip up to a better place. - René Cobar

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