The crowd-funded video for “Level Up” is now available to watch, premiered by USA Today!

For the full list of people involved in the making of the video—including the many Kickstarter backers who contributed to Vienna’s campaign—check out the "Level Up" video credits page.

NPR’s Mountain Stage will be broadcasting part of Vienna’s performance from July on affiliate stations starting on Saturday, October 4. Visit YouTube to watch her mashup of "Ain’t No Sunshine" by Bill Withers and "Lose Yourself" by Eminem, and stream the entire set on NPR’s site.

Coinciding with Vienna’s birthday, "Level Up" will be featured on San Francisco Bay Area radio station KFOG’s New Releases Thursday on October 3. Tune in all day to hear it, including around 8 AM Pacific time during The KFOG Morning Show, then vote in their sidebar poll for "Level Up" as your favorite new release.

For today’s album release, WIRED has published a feature with Stephen Von Worley of Data Pointed, creator of the map of the Detroit used on the cover of Aims. Both Von Worley and Vienna weigh in on their interpretations of the data.

The album is now available to purchase digitally on iTunes, Amazon, and losslessly on Bandcamp. Digital and physical versions are available through Port Merchandise. Stream it for free, and share it with your friends on Spotify, Rdio, and SoundCloud.