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We’ve been excited to share this new single for what seems like AGES! NightBus not only debuted their newest single today, but it also contains some wildly awesome new technology. From the brain of our fearless leader Steve Greenberg’s teenage daughter, and the prodigious talents of Jack Kennedy comes STEREO 3-WAY! Listen to the track with one earbud, its one song; listen to it with the other earbud, it’s a new song; listen with them both together, it’s ANOTHER new track. Seriously, we’re so excited about this track we can hardly contain ourselves.

Check out the lyric video below, and get ready to hear a lot more from NightBus soon!

Steve’s Top 40 Tracks of 2013

It was the year when EDM not only solidified its grip on the pop scene, but took creative chances and started to evolve in unexpected ways. Thus, my top single of the year is Avicii’s hybrid hit “Wake Me Up.” The melding of electronica with folk elements is not a completely new idea, of course; just a couple of years ago, Hoffmaestro turned the same trick on his track “Highwayman.” But “Wake Me Up” is a killer song, with a great vocal by Aloe Blacc and thus it’s incomprehensible to me why the song was completely ignored by the Grammys. But hey, the Grammy voters gave MackLemore & Ryan Lewis their due, so you can’t really dis them. Speaking of MackLemore, I should point out that the great “Same Love” made my best-of list last year, which is why its not there this year. Had I not been such an early adopter on that one, MackLemore and Ryan Lewis would have had two songs on my list this time around. As it is, “Thrift Shop” alone makes a strong case for MackLewis (adequate hybrid name) as artist of the year. If nothing else, “Thrift Shop” was the first hit rap record in ages in which the artist acknowledged being strapped for cash, a welcome respite from all the economic gravity-defying bling slingers who have defined the scene in the past decade. Along with the similarly-themed “Royals” by Lorde, “Thrift Shop” gave me hope that pop still has the potential to come out of celebrity worshipping fantasy land and deal with a version of life familiar to its own audience, who really are not spending most of their time rocking the VIP. Anyway, enjoy the list–lots of genres represented: hip-hop, rock, dance, R&B, pop, alt, chutney (look it up), etc. Here are my 40 best tracks of 2013: Continue reading “Steve’s Top 40 Tracks of 2013″

David Broza’s East Jerusalem / West Jerusalem Premieres on New York Times


We are so proud to have David Broza’s newest work East Jerusalem, West Jerusalem premiere on the NYTimes Press Play today. It’s been a wonderful experience working on this record for all of us, and we cannot wait for everyone to listen! You can stream the album here, and pre-order on iTunes here.

Speak A Little Louder Album Premiere on Nylon Mag

Nylon Mag shows their love of Diane Birch this week, streaming the entire new album a week before its release! Make sure to pre-order it on iTunes, and look out for it on October 15th!

Diane’s nationwide Fall tour starts in Philadelphia later this week, and you can see all of the dates on her Facebook page. Don’t miss her on the road!

Premiere: Diane Birch – Frozen Over

Another Speak A Little Louder track is available online! “Frozen Over” is up on Baeble Music for your listening pleasure. Check out their lovely piece on Diane, and pre-order the album from their page!

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