We’re here to let you all know that Mirai Tomli’s album “Letting Go” is available for Stream/download on iTunes, Spotify & Bandcamp.
Check out this New York artist’s clever jazz like contemporary RnB song style detailing his NY tale with songs for every situation with the smoothest production done by no other than himself as his alias “Thurston Esquire”. It doesn’t stop there Modern blues as well as rock and pop find it’s way onto the album.
Los Angeles rapper Pure ETC presents Stilleto Stoner, the new single from his forthcoming EP Water and Sound. Pure has opened for Busta Rhymes and Rick Ross, and recently signed a distribution deal with InGrooves Fontana/Universal. He describes his style as “vintage Hip Hop with a twist of lime. The 4 tenants of hip hop are peace, love, unity, and having fun, and this is what I want people to feel when they hear my music.” “Stiletto Stoner” is produced by Dallas-bred, NYC-based Breahlyn Marquez, currently working with Styles P and Aftermath artist John Connor. “I wanted to expand on that theme of the working woman who smokes,” says Pure regarding “Stoner”, which he says “expands on the idea that weed is becoming accepted by the mainstream and people don’t have to be shamed to not smoke. This song is about that successful woman who throws it down in all areas of her life, and still can kick back and smoke freely.” Water and Sound is set to drop late spring.
I sort of stumbled across the project “Elsewhere” by music producer Insightful hailing from Oakland California & am amazed at the level of lead compositions littered with synch grit whilst floating amongst sure footed samples all intransigent of their own. Anyway, enjoy the audio doneness in question below and let it be known what you think.
Stockholm Sweden’s BLACKSTRAP offer their new song “Monument”, the third track released leading into their forthcoming album. “Monument” shows the band delivering a synth-driven rocker reminiscent of classic NIN, Primal Scream, or Jesus And Mary Chain. The B-Side is remixed and reimagined by Minneapolis, MN based band BNLX taking on the band’s recent dreamy shoe-gaze single “Make Sense Make Change feat. Victoria Bergsman”.
Music producer Phenom drops by with another exceptional tape from Boston with a ton of heat. No stranger to our audience @Beatsbyphenom remixes better yet phemixes the entire length of Jay Z’s 8th studio album (The Black Album)released in the fall, November 14th year 2003. This producers funk needs no more introduction check out his feed from bandcamp below and let us know what you think.
As promised, NYC Hip-hop artist Orrin liberates another unreleased song from his catalog as he plans to do once a week until his birthday, March 2nd. Today, Orrin releases Langston Hughes, a song from the archived project titled Sean Mulligan. The compilation was originally released last May, containing songs from when the artist was sixteen and on. The discordant tape was taken down weeks after its release, instead focusing on the creation of his debut Nocturnal. Download Langston Hughes here