New Music Friday: July 30, 2017

TuneCore Artists are releasing tons of new music every day. Each week we check out the new TuneCore releases and choose a few at random to feature on the blog.

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Follow Music Made Me – a Spotify playlist that’s updated every Friday with new releases from TuneCore Artists – stream it below!


Bad Decisions
Madyx

Alternative, Pop


Boy
Duckwrth

Hip Hop/Rap, Alternative


Man Of the Year
Leroy Sanchez

Pop, Singer/Songwriter


Adrenaline (feat. Bryce Fox & Roger Will)
J2

Pop, Rock


American Dreamer
Kyd the Band

Alternative, Pop


Zones (Milk N Cooks Remix)
Zak Downtown

Electronic


Better Than Brand New

Martin Kerr
Singer/Songwriter, Folk


Toast to the Stars
Blake Torrey

Country


Catch Girl
Matt Chase

Pop, Country


Shine
Not a Fan

Hip Hop/Rap, Alternative


Rude Awakening
Torion

R&B/Soul, Pop


There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back
Truett

Rock, Alternative


I Got U
Katie Price

Dance, Pop


Left Hand
Erick Dayz

Hip Hop/Rap


Electric Dread
NRVS LVRS

Electronic, Alternative


Shinto
Venture Klan

Hip Hop/Rap


Lost At Sea
Jena Rose

Pop


The Vibe Is Heavy 2
Tdot Illdude

Hip Hop/Rap


Rival
RUELLE

Alternative, Pop


Adolescence Swim
Deetranada

Hip Hop/Rap

Wednesday Video Diversion: May 10, 2017

Did you know that the Beatles were originally called The Silver Beetles? Terrible band name, right? Well, they were! And today back in 1960 they auditioned to be Billy Fury’s backing band. Obviously they did bigger things, but it’s important to know these other not-so-great names they considered: The Beatals and Long John and the Silver Beetles. What could have been! Anyhow, enjoy these wonderful music videos from an eclectic line-up of hardworking TuneCore Artists:

 

Torion, “Dinero (feat. Dae Dae)”

Z. Rich, “Snappin’ Lately (feat. Tommy Nova)”

D Dweller, “Homeless (feat. DTL)”

Marco Pave, “Sacrifice (feat. Thank Aaron)”

Slydigs, “How Animal Are You”

Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, “Rowdy Heart, Broken Wing”

Ella Vos, “White Noise”

SadGirl, “Little Queenie”

Young Quicks, “Root of Evil (Money, Money)”

Ivory Hours, “Dreamer”