Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on PAPER Magazine, THUMP, Flood Magazine, and more.
Mark Roberts of We Are Temporary dropped a remix of Ke$ha’s 2012 massive hit, “Die Young,” and has removed all of Dr. Luke’s production, as a testament of unity with the singer after Friday’s ruling in favor of Sony. PAPER Magazine premiered We Are Temporary’s heavy-hitting and dark approach to “Die Young,” and a day later Refinery 29 featured the track saying “the result is a lot darker and weirder, but not less anthemic.”
Brooklyn native, D.C. living, hip-hop artist, KingKLA$$ shared his eerie new single “Rackson” on THUMP, giving us the first glimpse of his upcoming self-titled EP. The EP was initially brought to the attention of THUMP with blazing recommendations from CONNECT Manager, as well as artist and producer, Joel Ford AKA Airbird.
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Folk artist Jaye Bartell shared a new song called “Tuesdays” on FLOOD Magazine. The song can be found in his upcoming album ‘Light Enough,’ which comes out 4/29 via Sinderlyn.
Nashville rising foot-stomping American roots duo Smooth Hound Smith premiered the video to their dance-worthy song “Stopgap Woman Blues” on Milk Crater.
Cinema shared their new visually-appealing video for their addicting single “Move On” on EarMilk.