UK artist Rainy Milo dropped her latest single, “Deal Me Briefly” today via HillyDilly featuring production and vocal work from Australia’s Chet Faker and Bay Area producer Daje. Listen to the song on Rainy’s Soundcloud and check out the Cutcraft Music Group Facebook page for the latest on our artists.
Prefix Mag premiered the music video for the single “Move Me” by Jhameel, Dwntwn, and Giraffage today directed by Kasper Smits. Read the full article here and visit Jhameel’s website for future releases. Watch, share, and comment!
The Laneway Festival will be making its North American debut later this year with a stellar international and local roster of artists, which will include our very own Chet Faker, on Sept. 14 at Meadow Brook Music Festival in Rochester Hills, Mich.
Tickets go on sale on May 18, find more information on the festival here: http://lanewayfestival.com/journal/laneway-festival-detroit-line-up-announced/
You can stream the song on soundcloud here as well:
Jhameel collaborated with good friends DWNTWN and Giraffage on the song “Move Me” , which has been included on the new Kitsuné America 2′ Compilation. Take a listen to the song here on iTunes and Soundcloud.
Caswell have seen their production debut on the new release, ‘Black & Blonde EP’, from London based singer, Rainy Milo. The song, “Are You Sure”, is now available on the UK iTunes store here.
Chet Faker will be going on an Australian tour with Flume followed by dates across Europe.
Full schedule here:
April 29: Hordern Pavilion (Sydney, Australia)*
April 30: Hordern Pavilion (Sydney, Australia)*
May 2: Festival Hall (Melbourne Australia)*
May 3: Festival Hall (Melbourne, Australia)*
May 7: Brisbane Riverstage (Brisbane, Australia)
May 8: Thebarton Theatre (Adelaide, Australia)*
May 12: Metro City (Perth, Australia)*
May 13: Challenge Stadium (Perth, Australia)*
May 19: Rotown (Roterdam, Netherlands)
May 21: Cargo (London, UK)
May 23: Point Ephemere (Paris, France)
May 25: Ubel & Gefahrlich (Hamburg, Germany)
May 26: Fluxbau (Berlin, Germany)
May 27: Luxor (Cologne, Germany)
May 29: Kesselhaus (Munich, Germany)
May 31: Sudpol (Luzern, Switzerland)
You can find Chet Faker’s updated tour schedule on songkick here.
Taken from the article:
“”X” finds Brown also collaborating with Diplo, BAM, Drumma Boy, CP Dubb, Mel and Mus, Verse Simmonds and Camper.”