KEEP COMING BACK.

We’re big fans of just about everything Milo Greene‘s been up to lately, but it’s their latest offering “On The Fence” that takes the cake. From the daredevil speed racer synths to the delicate tango of the call-and-return vocals, it’s a stargazing fireball that burns bright and brilliant like an intergalactic collision of Stars, j.viewz, and Savoir Adore. Look out for Milo Greene’s upcoming sophomore full-length Control out January 25th on Elektra, preorder now available HERE.

NOBODY WANTS TO BE ALONE.

Magic Man make their triumphant return to NYC this week with blowout shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg last night and Irving Plaza on Thursday. Today, we’re pleased to unveil their brand new Daytrotter session, recorded during the band’s recent maiden voyage to London last month. Perfectly intimate and rightfully piercing, the stripped-back version of “Tonight” cuts right to the rawest emotion and floods you with the kind of synth-driven emotional gravitas that only Magic Man can provide. Their majestic debut full length Before The Waves drops January 26th in the UK, but you can own “Tonight” instantly with your preorder HERE. Get on it.

LOVE SHINE BRIGHTER.

Marlene is forever. The Swedish siren took off with our hearts last year on debut single “Bon Voyage” and her follow up Indian Summer EP, and today she’s back with a brand new video for Summer standout “I Do This For You”, premiering exclusively here for you above. It’s arguably Marlene’s biggest offering to date, with a skyscraping chorus that detonates like emotional fireworks over a skittering, driving backbeat courtesy of Swedish beatsmiths ELOF (Icona Pop, Rihanna) and Sikow (Erik Hassle, Kate Boy). Sikow helms the video as well, delivering a kaleidoscopic desert rose visual that’s the perfect counterpart to the laid-bare emotion of the track. Brilliant stuff all around then, behold above.

THE FUTURE CAME TO ME.

There’s no denying The Knocks brought summer to a standstill this year with their classic summertime smash of the same name. Now, as we close out an unseasonably warm October and usher in the windchill of November, our very own “Classic” co-creators, POWERS, have delivered a slow-burning sunset mix to keep you warm well into winter. It’s truly a sublime rework, as Cristina Ru and Mike Del Rio shimmer and shine in the blissed-out downtempo haze, reinventing the track in a whole new light that perfectly compliments the original in every way.

POPSHOP WEST: ERIK HASSLE

Popshop West hits next week with a one-two punch of two of CMJ’s most hotly-tipped acts in Circa Waves and BØRNS, and now we’ve got a November date for you to circle on your calendar as well. In a literal dream come true moment, we’ve got one of our all-time favorites topping the marquee as Sweden’s own Erik Hassle makes his LA headline debut with us. And with a special supporting cast to be announced in the coming weeks, you’re not gonna want to miss this one. It’s all going down at The Echo on November 25th, with $10 advance tickets on sale now HERE.

STAY UP ALL NIGHT.

Our resident transnational pop sensations, HAERTS, have a massively exciting debut LP arriving next week and the anticipation is killing us. After winning over you and me and everyone we know with their debut Hemiplegia EP and, more recently, sterling lead single “Giving Up”, they’re back with yet another taste of things to come on “No One Needs To Know” today. The gang are in top form here, basking in their own theatrical 80′s haze spotlight as Nini turns in yet another starmaking vocal turn – from her whispered sweet nothings to fragile spoken word interludes – set to a backdrop of lush instrumentals with production courtesy of Patrik Berger, the Swedish beatsmith behind hits for such other Neon Gold darlings as Icona Pop and Charli XCX. The band’s eponymous HAERTS LP is out October 27th via Columbia Records, get your preorder on HERE and be sure to catch them out on tour with St. Lucia next month.

NEED A HELPING HAND.

HUNTAR is one of the UK’s brightest young rising sons, stepping out today with a brand new slowburner after a string of promising initial singles earlier this year. The South London mysterio really hits his stride with “Bitter”, the meditative latest addition to his lovelorn ouevre, premiering online with us hot on the heels of its first radio spin with Zane Lowe moments ago. With all the plush gravitas of Hudson Mohawke and Chet Faker, it’s a sweater weather slow dance that’s softer than cashmere and every bit as luxury. Look out for HUNTAR’s debut EP, Bitter, out December 8th on The Hunger, preorder HERE.

FIND MY WAY THROUGH THE DARKNESS.

With CMJ only one day away, we’re excited to shine a light on hometown heroine EVVY, one of the brightest homegrown talents on display around town this week. The New York chanteuse dropped her heart-pumping debut EP this summer with the help of Noosa beatsmith Mickey Valen, and piano-driven standout stunner “Got Me Movin’” puts her firmly on the map alongside VÉRITÉ as one of the best unsigned pop talents this city has on offer. Catch EVVY filling in for Halsey – who due to studio commitments has had to pull off this year’s festival – at our CMJ kickoff show at Foundation tomorrow night supporting Cathedrals and Hoodlem. Free entry with RSVP via our friends at DoNYC HERE, get involved New York.

USED TO BE BLIND.

We’ve had a soft spot for Tove Styrke for a minute now and she’s back again with a brand new single as she gears up for her first shows outside of her native Sweden. From the dystopian interstellar synths to Styrke’s space age swagger, “Borderline” plays like a Scandinavian M.I.A. covering the Bad Boys theme with a bit of Coldplay’s “Paradise” thrown in there for good measure. Not to mention the cathartic, scenic-as-hell video above that’s equally atmospheric and badass in every way. Catch Tove making her UK debut at New Shapes next month on November 5th, and keep an eye out for her Borderline EP coming in hot November 23rd.

POPSHOP WEST: CIRCA WAVES

Hey LA, let’s hang out. Coming in hot October 28th, we’ve got another Popshop West for you featuring a whole slew of bright young things from all over the map. Warming things up are freshfaced local heroes BØRNS (making their live debut) and young Texan ruffians, Wild Party, getting things started before Liverpool’s finest new foursome, Circa Waves, take center stage in the headline. It’s all going down October 28th at The Echo, with $10 advance tickets now available HERE.



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