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THE B-SIDE
YOSHI'S BLOOMING
4/12/21

Interscope’s Yoshi Flower has shared his latest singles, “I’ll Be There” and a cover of rapper Baby Keem’s “Honest.”

An amalgamation of pop, punk R&B, trap and goth, the genre-defying artist's “I’ll Be There” is currently featured on Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday and arrives on the heels of his last pair of tracks, “Faking Sleep” and a cover of The Cure’s 1980’s hit, “Boys Don’t Cry.” 

Since releasing his 2019 mixtape, Peer Pressure, to notable recognition, Yoshi has played countless shows, including headlining dates and opening spots for artist like Dua LipaElohim and K-rap group, Epik High. He’s also performed at major festivals including SXSW, Lollapalooza and Made in America

The singer/songwriter/producer has previously collaborated with a wide range of artists, such as GriZJesse Rutherford, Rico NastyQuinn XCII and more.

Stream “I’ll Be There” and “Honest” here.

GIVING US "BUTTERFLIES"
4/9/21

Hailing from Munich, Germany, Emilian Lewis, aka Luis Emilian, is back with his latest single, “Butterflies.” Arriving via Soave, the track is the first in a string of releases to come from the self-taught producer.

Fusing melancholy summer vibes with layers of infectious guitar riffs, “Butterflies” re-introduces Lewis to the scene.

Kicking off his music journey in 2015, the singer/songwriter released a series of indie-pop songs as part of the duo Lu & Sowlmate and generated 3m+ Spotify streams until partying ways in 2019.

Stream “Butterflies” on Spotify and stay up to date with all things Lewis here.

DIVE INTO KOOZE’S WORLD
3/19/21

Japanese-born and L.A.-based artist Kooze has dropped the official video for his single, “うるさい.” Pronounced Urusai, the track—which directly translates to “shut up”— has accumulated 65k+ streams on Spotify RTD and is a dreamy, deep house-inspired tribute to his high school years in Japan.

Shot over a four-month period across L.A., San Pedro, Norco and Lake Arrowhead, the Rio Noir-directed video highlights themes of extreme isolation and the desire to mute the clamor of life.

The video arrives on the heels of Kooze’s success on TikTok and Instagram Reels for his mashup of Doja Cat’s “Say So” and Red Hot Chili Pepper’s “Dani California.” Having garnered 10m+ views between the two platforms, Kooze released the full version on his SoundCloud.

As part of the new Reels Star Search, the multi-instrumentalist/DJ is set to go live on IG’s Creator page on 3/18 at 4:20pm PT and goes live on his socials every Friday at 6pm PT/9pm ET.

Staying busy, the up-and-comer is also part of the music collective MOTH, where he acts as producer and engineer. In 2019, Kooze and MOTH toured with Kyle Dion and most recently, released a catalog of songs ranging from bubbly bedroom pop to grungy heavy metal. 

Stream “うるさい“ here and feast your eyes on the vid below.