Ike Tanner – “Garden Talks” – a string of brilliant vocal performances

Ike Tanner is a 21 year old Music artist From Russellville AL. He is The CEO of YungGMusic & Gravity XO which are Film/Music Marketing Companies. He has 3 music artists from Alabama, namely JayGoldz, Trench Godd and Yung Cody TYBG signed to a marketing contract with his companies. Tanner is currently promoting his mixtape “Garden Talks”. Tanner’s style, lyrical content and overall attitude as expressed on this mixtape reflect a rapper trapped in the body of an R&B singer and a rockstar. His rich timbre and genre bending implies an influence of esteemed hip-hop singers. Combining soulful singing with

Mason Monroe and Haze present the visuals to “Crown” the first single from the project “Genesis”

Underground Tampa artist Mason Monroe has been on the prowl undercover for years all throughout the south and east coast. As an event curator and local promoter Mason has worked with his team to piece together shows and tours for artist such as Young Bans, Xavier Wulf, Famous Dex, Kid Trunks, Yund Simmie, Key!, and other major artist in aid of their early careers. From there they started creating a sound that can only be described as his own. The song “Crown” ft. Haze, is an introduction into the world of cadence and rhythm, in which he thrives in. 

Zoey The White Lioness – “Annihilation” – beautiful and brutal!

Zoey The White Lioness has the most incredible and unusual female voice you’ll hear this year. She can bring the heavy while keeping the melody in check, delivering thought provoking angst-filled lyrics. She’s amazing, really. The guitar riffs are tight, massive, and atmospheric, while, the presentation is both bombastic and stylish. A determined and fierce hard rock artist, Zoey strives to put out quality content complete with harsh realities, personal mental struggles, and songs of pure angst. The EP, “Annihilation” is an incredible effort by an incredibly original and talented woman. Zoey The White Lioness demonstrates that she has one

Swamp Doctor Drops Official Video for “Goodbye To Nashville”

Swamp Doctor’s second single “Goodbye To Nashville” is taken from his Debut Album ‘The Swamp Doctor’ released on Silverfox Records Internationally on the 21st August 2020. “Swamp Doctor’s voice puts me in mind of 70’s crooner/whistler Roger Whittaker, It’s so deep (it’s so deep) and has the same comforting tone that brings back childhood memories for me.” – Forever British Country  OFFICIAL LINKS: SILVERFOX RECORDS: https://www.silverfoxrecords.com/swampdoctor YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/I7lO3gO0xzA FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Silverfoxrecordings/ APPLE MUSIC: https://music.apple.com/gb/album/the-swamp-doctor/1495862118 AMAZON: https://amzn.to/31KhLcL

Neptyoon – “Laid Back” – expect moments of pure mesmerism on this track

Influenced by artists such Juice Wrld, 50 Cent, Future, Jay Z, Kevin Gates, Project Pat, Juicy J, and more, Neptyoon makes music that kids can, and do relate to. His brand new release is entitled “Laid Back” produced by CJ Beatz, LLC. Fueled by weed and chilling with his homie, Neptyoon recorded this track on a laptop in the heat of the moment. “Laid back getting high, yeah. I’m just tryna to smoke. Stay fly go away and die,” sings the rapper, as he makes his thoughts clear: “Life been getting to me. I don’t know which way 2 go.

G Angels – “Born” – a true genre-transpiring gem!

G Angels is an independent group that released their debut single “Never Confident” on 24th May 2020. The group consists of singer-songwriter Gleb, and composer, engineer, and sound producer Tosha, who initially made electronic music. The duo, who create in different styles and genres, released their second single, “Born” on July 24, and the track shows a remarkable amount of confidence. And that’s a fantastic thing for a new group. Through the atmospheric buildup of the opening bars, though the spectacular swirling verses, and right up to the aching choruses, the darkened atmosphere is as relentless as it is cohesive

Paolo Virdis is back on the scene with a new release: “Abisso” (Abyss)

Paolo Virdis is back on the scene with a new release: Abisso (Abyss). A brand new production with a tech feel and other influences. Artist and producer Paolo Virdis is back on the scene with a distinctive sound and a one-of-a-kind attitude. His most recent release is titled Abisso (Abyss), and it showcases some of his best creative output to date. The track has a distinctive beat and a nice layering of synth parts, reminiscent of techno, as well as trance music and other EDM currents. This production has a nice retro vibe, but it also feels compact and direct.

Brannon announces new album ‘Everyday Heroes’

Brannon announces new album ‘Everyday Heroes’. The 13 track album is a masterclass in acoustic rock songwriting  Brannon specializes in the type of classic, no frills songwriting that defies trends and speaks directly to the hearts of the listeners.  A collaboration between award winning lyricist Jonathon Brannon and ace studio vocalist David Cagle, the duo’s songs are filled with a rare authenticity and honesty, making them stand out from the crowd of their fame seeking peers.  With their new album, Brannon are proving the timeless appeal of a well-crafted song. Fans of old fashioned acoustic rock should take notice. Opening

THE BRKN RELEASE NEW SONG AND VIDEO FOR “BE COOL” – DEBUT EP NO. 3 OUT NOW

THE BRKN RELEASE NEW SONG AND VIDEO FOR “BE COOL” DEBUT EP NO. 3 OUT NOW BOTH AVAILABLE ON RIGHT BRAIN MUSIC GROUP/INGROOVES  The BRKN’s Jacob Cade – Guitar & Synth, Mike Bokenkamp -drums and MJ Younkers -guitar release new song and video for “Be Cool.” Stream it here: https://ingroov.es/be-cool. Taking a different direction from their 2019 debut release No. 3, The BRKN steps away from their infectious brand of pop-punk and deliver a more pop-rock sound with “Be Cool,” giving us a great summer rock song and perhaps a taste of what’s to come. The song is filled with

Dragg – “Letter To My Love” is the second single from the EP “L.i.T”

“Letter To My Love” is the second single from Dragg’s EP “L.i.T”, and features singer-songwriter Frya who recently wrote & performed the theme track for popular South African Netflix series “Blood And Water,” and is dedicated to whom Dragg describes as “the love of my life.” Dragg uses metaphors, double-entendres and cleverly crafted schemes, whilst Frya adds a powerful, heartfelt delivery guaranteed to keep R&B/Soul lovers captivated. With minimalistic production, an addictive keys chord progression and a sparse mix overall, emphasized by the reverb, “Letter To My Love” enables Dragg and Frya’s vocals to really  take center stage. Lawrence Sean

HATEBEAN: “FetusInFetu” – an all-encompassing giant monolith of sound

Based on a story by Jason Ellis and Michael Tully, “FetusInFetu” is an album about Dirt Bones: A man fighting a dark secret in a post-apocalyptic world. It is a concept of a set of twins born into one body, but of two different minds. Mixed by Michael Patterson (Puscifer/Nine Inch Nails/Beck/Moby) and Mastered by Paul Logus (Anthrax/Pantera/Public Enemy), the album was created and performed by HATEBEAN, a collective featuring members of the Jason Ellis Show off Faction, SiriusXM channel 41.

hatebean-300I’m not even going to attempt to describe the breadth of the work of HATEBEAN in a few sentences – it would take a book, frankly, and that’s meant as a compliment.   They have created just about everything under the sun on this album that is crazy, conceptual, progressive and artful.

The depth, intricacy, intimacy and diversity of “FetusInFetu” is astounding. Taken as a whole, the can album seem a bit overwhelming at first, but when you bite off one piece at a time and just enjoy it for what it is, you will be enchanted by its magnificence. If HATEBEAN continue to produce albums of this magnitude, no-one is going to give a flying fig what they call it or in whatever guise it comes.

Kicking off in truly dramatic style with ‘In The Beginning’, it’s a curtain raiser which acts as an overture to the vast scale and grandeur of what is to follow. Given a taster, you might expect a lull, but second track in, ‘Heinous’,  feels like it would be more at home as  the final track in the way it builds into an all-encompassing giant monolith of sound – akin to a final flurry rather than an introduction.

It’s no false dawn either; the sound of the album is huge with each passing song possessing blockbuster qualities.  “FetusInFetu” is ambitious and grand on a big scale, occasionally verging towards musical theatre, maybe not surprising considering the massive production on display here.

Packed with stirring moments, there is a surprising lack of the indulgence you might expect with the genre, no endless guitar noodling, or extravagant keyboard gestures. Outdoing anything contemporaries have recently offered, HATEBEAN toss aside the usual clichéd rock rulebook.

As each track goes by you become aware that the music of this band is the uncommon result of an uncompromising vision and style. All put together, you have an album that retains the rich quality and atmosphere of an epic cinematic experience.

The atmosphere remains bold and vast throughout, and it can easily be said that individual songs have a memorable impact, due to what’s probably one of HATEBEAN’s biggest skills — writing structurally complex songs while retaining simplicity – a similar trait also runs through Pink Floyd’s music.

Without breaking down each track, I can truly say that there are plenty of immaculate moments on “FetusInFetu”. Particularly impressive are songs such as “Blue”, “Out Of Mind”, “Twin Within”, “Sunburn”, “Motionless and Obedient” and “Amen”.

hatebean-coverWhile the material on the album is impressive to say the least, I can also safely say that the group delivers practical execution of their material to the point of virtual perfection. “FetusInFetu” enjoys a rich, almost symphonic production that sometimes even attempts to outshine the music itself. It’s one thing to have a polished big-budget sounding production, but it takes some level of vision and genius to find the optimal warmth and frame for a band’s sound.

Something HATEBEAN, Michael Patterson and Paul Logus have achieved here.The drum work is thick and heavy, the guitars sound rich and layered, and the bass work is consistently audible. From a technical standpoint, “FetusInFetu” arguably succeeds beyond any other concept rock album I’ve heard this year.

Not bad, considering that the idea of a band and album, started out as a joke when radio host Jason Ellis on SiriusXM told his boss, Will Pendarvis, “Well YOU should make an album! One of those concept records.”

Pendarvis took the statement to heart and set out to make a graphic novel in audio form, with help from his son, Wylie Pendarvis, who wrote a major slice of the music. Bear in mind too, that Will Pendarvis had never sung or written lyrics in his whole life, before this challenge became a recorded reality.

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