2017 is the 5th anniversary of JMBLYA so we wanted to bring a new program into the picture for everyone that has ever wanted to get involved with the festival. This year we are implementing our ambassador program to give people that chance. Get involved. Be a part of the movement. Apply here.
The new Machinedrum album Human Energy is available now. Human Energy is the latest of Machinedrum’s (aka Travis Stewart) many projects, and he has released it just ahead of his US tour. The album is full of the Machinedrum glitch production and sampling you know and love, plus includes features from Jesse Boykins III, Melo-X, Rochelle Jordan, and more. You can stream the 15-track project on Spotify or buy it on iTunes.
Machinedrum is making his way to Texas in November. You can get tickets to those shows at the links below.
Yesterday, Machinedrum released the first single off of his upcoming album Human Energy, “Do It 4 U” (Feat. D∆WN). The song is an upbeat masterpiece, and D∆WN compliments it wonderfully with vocals.
Machinedrum’s upcoming album, Human Energy, is set to drop Sept. 30. Billboard describes the album as “hyperactive and busy with noise, but not overwhelming. It’s quick-paced but soothing, like a hectic splatter painting made with soft pastels.”
Machinedrum recently announced his Human Energy tour and will be making two Texas stops. You can snag tickets below:
Stream “Do It 4 U” (Feat. D∆WN) below, and stay on the lookout for Human Energy.
— M∆CHINEDRUM (@Machine_Drum) August 31, 2016
— D∆WN (@DawnRichard) September 1, 2016
Danny Brown is coming back with a new album, and he’s teasing his fans with a preview. There is nothing but anticipation for this new album Atrocity Exhibition and this snippet for the brand new track “Pneumonia” makes it very obvious that we have a lot to look forward to. The Detroit MC is his standard, highly energetic self over a banger trap-inspired beat. Listen for yourself in the clip below.
Danny Brown is bringing the Atrocity Exhibition tour to Texas in the fall. He’ll be joined by ZelooperZ and Houston’s own Maxo Kream, so you’ll definitely want to be there. Cop tickets to those shows below.
Mac Miller released his visual for “Dang!” featuring Anderson. Paak. In the retro video below, the two talk about their relationship issues. The track is expected to be included on Mac’s upcoming album The Divine Feminine, set to drop on Sept. 16.
Mac also announced The Divine Feminine Tour and will be making three Texas stops. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10AM. Snag them below:
— Mac (@MacMiller) August 2, 2016
For many enthusiastic Jon Bellion fans, June 10th was a highly anticipated date. After building momentum for four mixtapes, the singer/songwriter finally released his debut album The Human Condition on Capitol Records. Bellion blessed us with his 14 tracks of beautiful music with pop, EDM, and hip-hop influences, including hit tracks like “Guillotine,” “80’s Films” and “Maybe IDK.” You can buy the brand new album on iTunes here.
Jon Bellion is bringing his national tour to Houston and Dallas in July. Dallas is SOLD OUT, but Houstonians still have time to get tickets. Be sure to cop tickets before they’re gone at the link below.
March Madness is entering the round of sixteen this evening and we’ve got a contest for y’all to accompany the remainder of the college basketball tournament! Continuing with the theme of the craziness that goes on during this time of year, we wanted to jump in and give y”all a chance to win a ticket to JMBLYA, which will be occurring May 13 in Dallas and May 14 in Austin. See below for details on how to enter to win:
1. Like and comment on this Facebook post with the four Future songs you want to see make it to the next round, which equals one vote.
2. If you Share this Facebook post then your vote is doubled.
3. We will count the votes each round and if your song ends up winning you will be entered to win a ticket to JMBLYA either in Dallas or Austin.
4. Tag some friends who love dope music so they can vote also (this adds another vote)
5. We would love it if you made the photo your cover photo on Facebook to spread the word about the competition (this increases your chances of winning.
P.S. We encourage y’all getting in the trenches andn arguing why you think a certain song should win.
Hit us if you have any questions and of course if you want to go ahead and buy tickets to guarantee that youll be at JMBLYA this May, you can purchase them here:
In this day and age, it’s not at all uncommon for artists to use social media to instantly share anything from their concerts to their pets to their deep late night thoughts with their fans. Snapchat is becoming a more popular medium because of its what’s-happening-now vibe and the fact that stories disappear after 24 hours so fans really have to be on their game if they want to catch their favorite artists’ every moment. Future took this idea and ran with it by sharing new music today via the popular app. Could this mean a new album soon? The great thing about the Internet is even though these snaps technically disappear within 24 hours, the real MVPs always find a way to save them. Listen to Future’s new snippets in the clips below.
Future *might* just play this new music when he headlines this year’s JMBLYA alongside a killer lineup: Kehlani, Rae Sremmurd, Kevin Gates, Jazz Cartier, Post Malone and more. This may just be the best JMBLYA yet, so don’t miss out. Get tickets while you still can at the links below.
Awhile back, we began the process of putting together a Texas tour with an emerging artist out of Houston by the name of Doeman. Various ScoreMore employees were passionate about his music and wanted to start building out more local artist-centered tours in smaller venues across the state. With the release of Doeman’s most recent project, O.B.E., we were able to link up with the DYNA Music Group crew and put together the O.B.E. Tour, which stopped through Austin at Scoot Inn Indoors last night — photos above — and will be hitting San Antonio this Saturday, Dallas Sunday and Houston Thursday, March 3.
Doeman’s live shows are a perfect mix of raw realness, with the Houston rapper often stopping mid-track to spit acapella, and accessibility so even the uninitiated can have a ball turning up with their friends. If you support Texas music or real music in general, catching the O.B.E. Tour is a must. Come through. Tickets and info on the shows below: