Mahalia goes back to basics in the old school style visuals for her new track, ‘Grateful’.
The video which is set in a house with a 1960’s vibe throughout follows Mahalia as she elegantly dances through each room. The intimate video features Mahalia on her own as she lays down her beautiful vocals over the soulful beat. Love, love, love!
Flying Lotus has announced a new album entitled “Flamagra,” five years after the release of his sprawling electro-jazz-fusion fifth full-length ‘You’re Dead.”
Legendary director David Lynch also guests on a track called ‘Fire Is Coming,’ which was released this week in conjunction with the album announcement. More details inside!
Kehlani and 6lack meditate on romantic disconnect in their minimal new “RPG” video.
Throughout the clip, the duo appear in and out of a glass room filled with plants and old-school push-button telephones that go notably unused. As time passes, the vegetation grows wildly throughout the space — suggesting the passage of time without true connection. ‘RPG’ appears on Kehlani’s recently issued “While We Wait” mixtape. Watch the official video right now!
Splendour In The Grass has (unsurprisingly) sold out for another year, but there’s thankfully still plenty of sideshow action going down about the place for all of you snoozers who missed out on tix.
So far, we’ve got extra-curricular touring action announced from the likes of Foals, Catfish & The Bottlemen, James Blake, The Streets, Fidlar and more.
Check out the full list (so far) right here, right now.
Beyhive, mark your calendars, because Netflix is releasing a new documentary on Beyoncé and her iconic Coachella performance.
Over the weekend, the video-streaming service teased the project by posting a cryptic image on social media of the word “Homecoming” written in Greek letters on a yellow background. That could only mean one thing, right? More details inside.
New York City hybrid pop/jazz/soul/funk 7 piece band S U M (pronounced soom) debut their dynamic and spirited “The Welcome Tour” show April 18th in Sydney and April 19th and 20th in Melbourne. One of the most exciting emerging acts to visit our shores, S U M’s strong message of self acceptance and authentic self expression anchors the bands philosophy, splintering into the magic of their genre bending sound. Click through for more details.