Soul recording artist and Philadelphia native, Nadira Norjahan premieres new music video - “Comfort,” via YOUTUBE and VIMEO video platforms. The video was filmed and directed by Aff Marshall and shooting locations included Brooklyn, NY and Philadelphia, PA. The Music Video can be viewed at the following links: Youtube: Vimeo: The song “Comfort,” appears on her debut release, Love, Pain & Redemption. The Full length album is now available at all music digital stores such as iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, CD Baby, Google Music and many other legit outlets. For more information visit: For Interviews, Management

Luke Wade Releases New Album "Only Ghosts"

Watch "Three Days" on Team Coco, here: Listen To "Passenger Side" on Impose Magazine, Here: Listen to "On Fire" on Baeble Music, here: Featured on Guitar World, here: "This guy's got The Voice indeed- it's got endless levels of soul" - All Things Go Soulful singer-songwriter Luke Wade has officially released his new album Only Ghoststoday! This highly anticipated album boasts melodies reminiscent of soulful crooners and songwriters like Ray LaMontagne, James Bay and Chris Stapleton. The album is now available for purchase via iTunes and streaming via Yahoo Music and Spotify. While Wade calls himself a Tex


Los Angeles artist morgxn revealed a third track “hard pill to swallow” leading up to the fast approaching inauguration date. The singer songwriter premiered the track exclusively via Billboard HERE, alongside announcing his debut release vital EP later this year (date tba) on wxnderlost records. Even before locking in a debut release, the Nashville born morgxn has received praise from a wide variety of publications such as V magazine, Billboard, NYLON, Alternative Press, FLAUNT, Popjustice and support from radio stations like KCRW, besides steadily gaining listeners for his single “home” (over 2.4m on Spotify) and “love you with the lights on”. This year, morgxn heads down to SXSW for m

Mother Mother's New Studio Album "No Culture" out Feb. 10 via Def Jam Recordings

With the world roiled by fear and division borne out of politics, economic uncertainty, and terrorism, perhaps there is no better time for the arrival of music underpinned by the belief that love wins. Into the maw of anxiety comes No Culture, which posits that society uses negative byproducts of culture - such as narcissism, hedonism, and addiction - as a means to nurture its fears of the unknown. "If we can strip back what feeds our differences, and just connect as people we might be more united at a time where we really need to be," says Mother Mother's frontman, guitarist, and lyricist Ryan Guldemond. On the bands' new studio album, Mother Mother continue to honor their synth-driven soun

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