The Upset Victory, current fan favorites on OurStage who have racked up repeated monthly wins and chart placements, and who have been featured several times on our Amazing Radio show, recently dropped a new single. In keeping with their existing body of work, “Don’t Give Up The Night” is a slice of driving, hook-laden, modern pop rock. It’s such a piece of ear candy that it takes a couple of listens to recognize the clever and careful arrangement, which ebbs and flows, using subtle production techniques to slowly build to exploding choruses before drawing way back when you least expect it. Well done.
Here’s the official lyric video.
In advance of the release of his newest EP, the highly-anticipated Sometime In New York City Vol. 2, the great Ciph Boogie, a one-time Artist of the Week here, and winner of our ESPN Main Event competition, has dropped the single, “Hatlow.” It’s a pulsating loop with a vintage vibe that sets the scene for Ciph’s fireworks flow. He came here to make some noise, my people, let’s go.
“Hatlow” was produced by Chris Prythm, and we’ll have more on the EP when it comes out.
AND THE HITS KEEP COMING from the Late Cambrian camp. Camprian? This band does not rest, cranking out catchy singles, often accompanied by nicely produced and off-kilter videos. While Late Cambrian’s catchiness was formerly derived from a more traditional crunchy guitar pop, with their last few tracks, they’ve moved in a more synth-and-rhythm direction, but without sacrificing their trademark hooks and harmonies. The newest is called “Yearbook Photo,” and it’s just super-nice to listen to, don’t you think? Follow @.
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Haster, recently signed to Musicarchy Media for their new album The Current Sea, have announced a series of tour dates in the Western U.S. to support the album’s first single “The Unscene.” The heavy duty Huntington Beach CA band will hit cities in Washington, Oregon, and Nevada, in addition to California, over the next few weeks, and will release the new LP on January 29th. See the dates and check out the new single below.
Hard to believe it’s been over 5 years since we first heard Brooklyn’s Chris Fields, whose Phantom Muzik album was in heavy rotation for a long time at OurStage HQ. He caught the attention of OS fans again this summer with a win in June’s Urban Finals category, and we played his track “Loving You” on the OurStage on Amazing Radio show the next month.
In addition to “Loving You,” Fields has also released the singles “Let Me See It” and “Put In Work,” all of which are expected to be on his forthcoming album Dreams Are Forever. While a release date has yet to be announced, Fields is keeping fans satisfied with yet another brand new track, this one called “Crown” (prod. by Rascal & AYO). This one’s based on a simple but menacing horn sample, with an even more intense chorus. Can’t wait for the full-length.
The amazing, multi-talented Nikki Lynette has just released a new track via Soundcloud. It’s called “Move The World,” and it’s a deeply-textured, R&B-flavored song that leaves enough room to showcase Lynette’s emotive lead vocal over a multi-layered groove. Every new release from Nikki Lynette is an artistic leap. It’s kind of amazing to see. Listen here: