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One Liners: Breland & Lady A, UTA, Okay Kaya, more

By | Published on Tuesday 9 August 2022

Breland & Lady A


Talent agency UTA has appointed Robert Gibbs as co-Head of its Atlanta office. “Robert’s experience in the industry, combined with his enthusiasm to help us build in Atlanta, made him the perfect choice to join UTA and our leadership team there”, says CEO Jeremy Zimmer.



Breland has released new single ‘Told You I Could Drink’, featuring Lady A. “Anytime we have a chance to collaborate with Breland, you can be sure that we’ll be there”, says Lady A’s Hillary Scott. “When I first heard this song it immediately took me back to high school after a bad break up, getting lost in an R&B groove”.

Okay Kaya has released new single ‘Spinal Tap’. Her new album, ‘Sap’, will be out on 4 Nov.

Ela Minus and DJ Python have teamed up for new EP ‘♡’, which will be out on 16 Sep. “We literally didn’t talk about how the tracks should sound”, Python says of the collaboration. “I sent her instrumentals and she sent them back with perfect vocals. It was this unspoken communication, a process to know the self and the other endlessly”. Watch the video for new single ‘Pájaros en Verano’ here.

Princess Chelsea will release new album ‘Everything Is Going To Be Alright’ on 7 Oct. Out now is new single ‘The Forest’. “The song is about overcoming adversity, preparing yourself to mentally get through a hard situation”, she says. “People often go to nature, perhaps for a run or exercise, as a form of therapy – ‘The Forest’ is a metaphor for whatever you need to do to get through. For me it’s often a literal forest”.

Tropical Fuck Storm have released a cover of The Stooges’ ‘Ann’, taken from a new EP ‘Moonburn’, which is set for release on 26 Aug.

Jade Imagine have released ‘Cold Memory’, the title track of their new album, which is set for release on 21 Oct. “’Cold Memory’ was written in Killarney after a freezing cold mid-winter swim in the southern ocean”, say the band. “It was inspired by the coastal bumpy drive we took to the beach and the rush of adrenaline after swimming, and then being completely ruined by march flies that were waiting to bite us on the beach after swimming”.

Pariis Opera House are back with their first new studio track for five years, ‘U I’. “The track”, they explain, “explores the cycle of technological allure, reliance, and danger that dictates modern living, as human interactions and experiences are gradually sculpted by data points and algorithms”.

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