ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Stellar Artist's Cults. Plus Groovy Dynamic Tune Via, Armand Van Helden, Hervé & Solardo!

ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Stellar Artist's Cults. Plus Groovy Dynamic Tune Via, Armand Van Helden, Hervé & Solardo!

"Today, singer Madeline Follin and multi-instrumentalist Brian Oblivion, best known as Cults, released a new single titled “Spit You Out” along with an accompanying music video. Co-produced by Cults and Shane Stoneback, mixed by John Congleton and mastered by Heba Kadry, the track marks a new direction for the New York duo. “In the past, I’d never brought my own music to the table because I was just too shy,” Follin admits. “Spit You Out” is the first song to be entirely co-written, produced, sung and co-produced by Follin. The result is a radical reimagining of the band’s usual sound, style and dynamic.

The Mukbang and ASMR-inspired music video features Follin eating a wide variety of food, like tacos, noodles, spicy Cheetos and ice cream, in front of default Zoom backgrounds. “On this single we tried on some of our more left field influences from the exotica sounds of Esquivel to Nine Inch Nails style heaviness,” Cults explains. “It focuses on parasitic relationships and breaking away from toxic patterns of interaction. We never imagined it would relate to a worldwide pandemic.” The rock-infused track sees Follin attempting to untangle herself from an unhealthy state of dependence. “A host doesn’t want you to feel/But it doesn’t see,” Follin sings. “Devotion will make you weak/While they grow strong.”

Check out “Spit You Out” below and stay tuned for more releases from Cults.

In other news, Apollo Brown and Che Noir have shared a new single, titled “Freedom,” from their upcoming joint project, As God Intended." -

"Old school meets new school for the latest release on the Ministry of Sound imprint, as Armand Van Helden and Hervé team up with Solardo for a collaboration in the shape of ‘Power Of Bass’.

The names hardly need introducing, but for those who don’t know, a quick run-down. Armand Van Helden is of course one of the most legendary names in house music since the birth of genre, managing to maintain underground credibility while forging serious mainstream success. Hervé is a slightly unexpected character to put into the mix, but having been prominently known as a remixer on the more commercial side of house music throughout the 00s, he’s the ideal man to have on-board to make ‘Power Of Bass’ a smash. And then the icing on the cake – despite having only been big for the past few years, Solardo really are a major force these days, having taken up a role as kings of the tech house genre through their cunning ability to create magic in the studio and also harness a fan-base that are as into the music as they are.

So it’s quite the magic recipe, but what of the track itself? Well, it’s fair to say ‘Power Of Bass’ has all the makings of a summer banger, hitting the perfect note between being a radio friendly commercial house anthem while also being something an underground DJ could drop in a set and raise the roof rather than raising hell from the purists. It must be said however that it’s a track that in this form is perhaps overly reliant on the lead vocal, but the remix potential is huge, and it’s not like producers have anything better to do right now, so get cracking guys!

Power Of Bass is out now, so grab your copy here, and take a listen in full below." -

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