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Owl Citys "Visual Companion" to New Song Wolf Bite

Owl City's EP Ultraviolet came out last month. If you've yet to hear it you can get it on iTunes or stream it on Spotify.

In case you missed it - Owl City released a video for "Beautiful Times" that featured Lindsey Stirling last month. This past week, they have unveiled the first of a few visualizers for the rest of the songs on the EP. While not official music videos, Owl City say they wanted to make some visual companions for each song.

The first one is for "Wolf Bite" which premiered on Friday - check it out now


Get To Know: Andy Mineo

Andy Mineo has been on our radar for a few months now, and with the release of his latest musical endeavour the Never Land EP, we thought it was about time you get to know him too.

He's snapping at the heels of the likes of Tedashii and Lecrae and is likely to become the next big personality in Christian hip-hop.

Whether he's on stage bringing an audience to its feet with his riveting performance or off stage fielding interview questions with a potent combination of intellect and wit, it's obvious Andy Mineo is a born communicator and hip hop music is his instrument for reaching the masses.

"It is absolutely undeniable that hip hop is becoming the universal language," Mineo says expressing an unbridled enthusiasm for his artistic vehicle. "It's so influential because you are able to say so much in a short period of time."

"The essence of hip hop is the boldness of it so you're able to be exactly who you are. You are able to say exactly what you want. You represent exactly what is deepest and dearest to you and people respond to that. They respond to that realness."

Have a listen to the Never Land EP on Spotify and check out this awesome interview with him below (which features a cheeky freestyle rap for our viewing pleasure).



Thousand Foot Krutch Debut Single From Upcoming Album

Heavy rockers Thousand Foot Krutch have launched brand new single 'Born This Way' from OXYGEN:INHALE, which is set to be released on August the 26th.

Frontman Trevor McNevan says the new single is all about being comfortable in your own skin.

"We were made to be who we are, and every one of us is unique," says McNevan. "We're wired the way we are for a reason."

"We were all created equal, and this song is an anthem for everyone who's tired of being someone they're not, or has to dumb down who they are for someone else. Be yourself, you're the best version of you."

Check out 'Born This Way' below.

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