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Iggy Azalea Delivers Another Potential Hit With “Beg For It”

Iggy Azalea has her detractors, but the majority of music fans seem to believe the young emcee is fancy enough to have earned their love. This week, Iggy delivered yet again when she shared a new song called “Beg For It,” and if we had to guess we’d say it might be your new favorite song.

Featuring the kind of minimalist production that has accompanied all of her biggest hits, “Beg For It” finds Iggy wants again flexing her ego and wordplay against thick bass. She knows she is a powerful young woman and she’s not going to let anyone …

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Rick Ross Streams “Don’t Tell ‘Em” Remix

We are still a month away from the November 24 release of Hood Billionaire, but that’s not stopping Rick Ross from sharing new music with fans.

Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em” has been an undeniable urban radio sensation for a minute now, and late last night (October 24) Ross decided to add his twist to the chart-topping track. The song, which can be streamed below, now begins with a verse from Ross that touches on women, wealth, and the life of excess that the boss lives every single day. Check it out:…

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Man Overboard Stream ‘Passing Ends’ EP

We’ve already had the chance to listen to “Stood Up” and “For Vince,” but thanks to Billboard, we can now listen to Man Overboard‘s Passing Ends EP in full.

It may have only been about a year and a half since the NJ group released their Heart Attack LP, but the maturity displayed on this new EP makes it seem like decades. With a production team of vocalist/bass player Nik Bruzzese on production duties and Will Yip behind the mixing, this EP is sure to whet the appetites of fans before Man O releases …

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Brent Walsh (I The Mighty) Streams “Default World”

Guitarist and vocalist Brent Walsh of I The Mighty will be releasing his solo debut through Equal Vision Records on November 10. The eclectic mix of tracks that make up the album, 7, are reflective of different points in Walsh’s life over the past 7 years working with I The Mighty.

Today, Walsh released the second song from 7, a folk-acoustic jam called “Default World.” If you’re familiar with Walsh’s acoustic tracks with I The Mighty you’ll be right at home with this new cut.

You can stream “Default World” below via AltPress.…

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Better Off Release “I Was Better 10 Years Ago” From ‘Meth Head’

Better Off recently announced their signing to Equal Vision Records and confirmed the release of a seven-inch entitled Meth Head. We heard the title track a while back, and you can now stream the b-side, “I Was Better 10 Years Ago,” at AltPress.

This band is something special, and the new track solidifies that. I think I prefer this song to “Meth Head,” although I’m not sure how I feel about them in comparison to last year’s full-length, (I Think) I’m Leaving. The new seven-inch is a bit of a different direction. Good, but different.

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UTG PREMIERE: Act As If – “Easier”

The weekend is almost here, so in our minds it is as good a time as any to forget about work and focus on what really matters: Discovering great new music.

Today, we have the great honor of partnering with fast-rising pop rock outfit Act As If to premiere the closing track from their highly anticipated new album. The song, titled “Easier,” knocked us off our collective feet when it first blared throughout our offices, and in the days that followed it could be heard booming from various individual work spaces. To say we’ve fallen head over heels would probably …

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Foo Fighters Stream “The Feast And The Famine”

Just a week after fans devoured “Something From Nothing,” Foo Fighters have shared another song off their highly anticipated new album.

“The Feast And The Famine” arrived online early this morning. The track is the second to surface off Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways album, which found the band recording eight songs across eight US cities, and it is the result of the band’s time in Washington D.C. You can stream the song, in full, below:…

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Cosby Release Video For Newest Single, “Heartracer”

This has nothing to do with ridiculous sweaters or Jell-O.

Virginia-based brothers Chris and Chip Cosby only formed their band two years ago, but Cosby have already released a healthy catalogue of music in that short period of time.

Most recently: their newest single, entitled “Heartracer.” A fun, poppy, synth-driven, indie-rock track in the vein of M83 and Phoenix, “Heartracer” is a great place to start with Cosby if you’ve yet to check out their work. The accompanying visuals explore some of the ’80s-esque vibes found in the song, with an arcade, plenty of neon and even …

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Of Mice & Men Release Music Video For “Feels Like Forever”

Metalcore kings Of Mice & Men have been on the road non-stop and releasing singles since their latest record, Restoring Force, dropped via Rise Records this past year. Who would’ve known that this record would jettison the band to mainstream success to the point of opening for Linkin Park on their upcoming European tour?

The band has released yet another video, this time for their latest single entitled “Feel Like Forever” which premiered on USA Today. The video shows the band performing inside a beatdown warehouse and singer Austin Carlile being submerged into deep water before coming back …

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Trophy Eyes Stream “Penfold State Forest” From ‘Mend, Move On’

Australian hardcore/pop-punkers Trophy Eyes are gearing up to release their debut full-length Mend, Move On after their recent signing to Hopeless Records. The band has already released new songs “In Return” and “White Curtains” from the effort.

Another brilliant song from the “land down under” quintet was released today, entitled “Penfold State Forest,” and it surely has given closure that the record will be one to hear upon release. The album is slated for release on November 4 and is now up for pre-order on iTunes.

Check out the stream of the song below.…

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John Nolan Releases Music Video For “Here Comes The Wolf” from ‘Bridge And Tunnel’

A couple weeks back, John Nolan, guitarist of Taking Back Sunday, released his new song that he contributed to the soundtrack for the 2014 independent film Bridge and Tunnel, titled “Here Comes The Wolf”.

Today, the official music video for the song premiered on AltPress. The video shows Nolan sporting clown makeup while performing with a backing band, filmed at Long Island’s own Amityville Music Hall. The band members each have unique masks, playing an upright bass and violin. Other scenes depict Nolan at an amusement park and smearing black makeup all over himself. The song …

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MUSIC VIDEO: Silent Planet – “Native Blood”

We finally have the second single off Silent Planet‘s forthcoming debut full-length album, The Night God Slept. The group teamed up with Revolver Mag to premiere the music video for their new song “Native Blood,” and you can also watch it below.

Between their lead single and this track, it’s safe to say that this is going to be an incredible album. While I personally enjoyed the first song more, this one is still solid. If you have also enjoyed what you’ve heard so far, be sure to pick up a pre-order before the album hit stores November …