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Stream Skrillex & Poo Bear’s ‘Would You Ever’ for Free

Skrillex and Poo Bear have offered a free stream of ‘Would You Ever’.

After building a name for himself as the go-to singer/songwriter for Justin Bieber, he wrong the Bieb’s triple platinum single ‘Where Are U Now’ with Skrillex and Diplo, Poo Bear is striking out on his own.

‘Would You Ever’ is out now via OWSLA/Atlantic. He also shared the video for the track;


Stream or Download Yogi’s ‘Money on My Mind’ (Featuring Juicy J & Alexander Lewis) for Free

OWSLA/Aftermath producer Yogi has offered a free stream of his track ‘Money on My Mind’, featuring Juicy J and Alexander Lewis.

To download the track for free, click on the embedded Soundcloud file.

He’s been prolific after releasing his breakthrough hit ‘Burial’ featuring Pusha T, working with  A$AP Ferg, AlunaGeorge, Rita Ora, Dizzee Rascal, Tinie Tempah, D.R.A.M., Kid Ink, Jeremih, Tinashe and more while releasing his own music.


Stream Free MP3s from Mark Johns

Mark Johns has offered a free stream of her cover of PARTNEXTDOOR’s ‘Come and See Me’.

The Profit$-produced single finds Johns bringing her own seductive touch to the lyrics while adding a few lines of her own. She also offered a free stream of her Molino EP, out now on OWSLA.


Stream Star Slinger’s ‘We Could Be More'(Featuring D∆WN) for Free

Manchester producer/DJ Star Slinger (Darren Williams) has offered a free stream of the title track from his debut EP We Could Be More, featuring D∆WN.

The six track release will be his first for OWSLA. The EP is a departure Williams usual beats and club-style of music that finds him taking a more traditional songwriting approach.

“Since a kid I’d been listening to radio, my parent’s old records – as well as discovering music for myself via Zines, clubs, music venues & a lot of record shopping. I’ve been through every phase a teenager goes thru. I was simultaneously into everything from folk, punk, new wave, 90semo trance, house, indie, hip hop, r n b, neo soul, uk garage, happy hardcore, grime, etc but of course with that – you fine tune your tastes eventually. I think I have listened to so much music that I’m still doing that. The one common thing in my life is that I love good pop music. I love the art of a relatable song & with this EP I wanted to do that,” he said in a statement.

We Could Be More (ft. D∆WN)
Slow Love (ft. James Vincent McMorrow)
Losing Sleep (ft. Sam Sparro)
Looking To Be Seen (ft. Sara Z)
If It Shall Come
Pardon (ft. Tunji Ige)

Stream or Download Tennyson’s ‘Your Eyes’, Featuring Njomza, for Free

Teenage brother/sister duo Tennyson have shared a free stream/download of their track ‘Your Eyes’. To download the track, click on the embedded Soundcloud file.

They recently joined OWSLA’s roster and plan to release an EP in the coming months. Tennyson joined forces with their new boss Skrillex for a remix of their track ‘Stranger’, which has received over 7.5 millions streams to date.

Catch them on tour with M83;

10/24 – Vancouver – PNE Forum
10/25 – Seattle – WaMu Theatre
10/27 – San Francisco – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
10/28 – Los Angeles – Greek Theatre
10/29 – San Diego – Soma
11/3 – Montreal – Newspeak
11/4 – Toronto – The Hoxton
11/5 – Detroit – Magic Stick
11/7 – Boston – Great Scott
11/9 – Philadelphia – Underground Arts
11/10 – Brooklyn – Sunnyvale
11/11 – Washington, DC – DC9
11/19 – Los Angeles – Wiltern

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: DJ Sliink’s ‘Run Ricky Run x Higher’

DJ Sliink celebrated his signing to OWSLA by getting the label’s logo tattooed on his forearm.

It’s featured prominently in the video for ‘Run Ricky Run x Higher’. The clip displays the love that both Sliink and OWSLA share Jersey club and showcases the culture of Newark. The vid features appearances from his Cartel Music crew including Stacks Cartel, seven year old dance prodigy Princess Maji, Major Lazer dancer Lafayette and fellow Jersey producer Nadus.


Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Kill The Noise & Feed Me’s ‘I Do Coke’

Despite its title, Kill the Noise and Feed Me‘s ‘I Do Coke’ is not pro-drug but rather about destructive habits.

“In this story the message is that if you aren’t careful, you can become figuratively (and literally) consumed by your lifestyle of addiction. The main character in this story has found himself stuck on an endless merry-go-round that goes nowhere,” KTN said in a statement.

The track is taken from his latest release OCCULT CLASSIC, out now on OWSLA and streaming for free;