Jim Wyly – “Wildman Of The Thicket” – both infectiously laid back, yet energetically ominous

After having spent 40 years honing his craft in the Austin are, born and bred Texas musician and singer, Jim Wyly has been labelled a “Texas Songwriter”, though his creative talents take him far outside that box. For years a member of several bands including Movin Target and The Lunar Rollers, Wyly has finally decided to take the solo route, at the tender age of seventy something. His first work – the album “The Artisan” – is already up on the shelves. On his latest voyage the tempered craftsman has filled his baggage with the soul, country, folk and rock

Dubgee – “Truth” is a prime example of how much of a dedicated artist he is

Doug Tree better known as Dubgee is a rapper, producer, beat maker, and label owner, from Vancouver, Canada. As an old school hip hop head, I’m so thankful that I stumbled on to his latest album “Truth”. Dubgee is a genuine artist and a true musician. Whether the media pays attention or not, at this point there are enough people who can hear the truth – we are witnessing one of the more versatile artists in the genre. Dubgee’s inner confessional memoir style is reminiscent of Eminem. A style that creates descriptively terrifying wordplay, but refrains in his subtle and

Juan Sánchez – “Rebirth” – everything is cohesive and emotionally riveting

Composer Juan Sánchez, started taking piano lessons at the conservatoire at only 14 years old. During the 80’s and 90’s he played keyboards with different bands, before going on to study music and technology in London. In 1999, he started to make instrumental ambient electronic music, and since then he has been creating music for multimedia and sound libraries for music producers. But Juan dreamed of becoming a professional pianist, all he lacked was the confidence to pursue his dream. However, soon he discovered artists such as Max Richter and Ludovico Einaudi, as well as a handful of neo classical

Plastic Barricades -“Optimist” is all about seeing the way forward, through what may seem like a hopeless situation

Based between London and Paris, Plastic Barricades are Dan Kert on guitars and vocals and Paul Love on drums. They have released “Optimist”, the second single from the upcoming LP “Self-Theories”. “The song is accompanied by a truly DIY music video, featuring 8 houses, 8 cars, plenty of glassware, some benches and trees, a crowd of exactly 300 cast members and around 20 buckets of water,” explains the duo. And if you find that slightly out of the ordinary, wait until you see the video clip created by PB art-director Elina Pasok. “Australia is on fire, the Amazon is burning,

Tommy 2 Fly – “I Walk Carolina” – The supreme confidence of quality music

Melvin Thomas Young stage name (Tommy 2 Fly) is a rapper, songwriter, producer, based in South Carolina, United State. Tommy 2 Fly is the owner and creator of the 2 Fly Podcast, has rights to his own publishing, his own record label called Rapyd Fire Entertainment LLC, and has currently signed a distribution deal with Bentley Records. He grew up listening to R&B & Hip-Hop music and started nurturing a love for writing lyrics. Eventually his passion for music led him to get a Music Business Degree from Full Sail University, Florida. Aside from recording and performing music, Tommy 2

MOSTLY EMPTY Release the Official Video for “After Life”

MOSTLY EMPTY is a musical act from Pittsburgh, PA, created by Nicaraguan-American musician Mariano Torrez in 2018. The name came at a time where the artist felt he had not much left to give and was willing to put it all out there to express himself freely. Deeply personal experiences have allowed the artist to voice personal feelings through these songs. His songs evoke feelings experienced over multiple stages of his life, ranging from deep anger, doubt, regret, and hopefulness.  MOSTLY EMPTY’s latest track, and video clip, “After Life”, tells a story of confronting the bad in life and


Embodying a genre-inclusive approach, Elephant Heart emits an inimitable and irresistible frequency tuned in to electro, world music, and pop, creating music that delivers a bright sound with their melodic choruses, multicultural influences, musical builds and heartfelt lyrics. Their new song and accompanying video, “Love is the Weapon,” is out now via their independent imprint, Chumba Music via BMG. See the video for “Love is the Weapon” premiering now:  https://youtu.be/5b6OMi-y0pk Stream it:  https://elephantheart.ffm.to/loveistheweapon  Elephant Heart is a musical collective started by married couple Jason and Victoria Evigan. The two express their music and its message through various collaborations, a

Defalva – “Energy – On the Voyage Through Life” is certainly a ground shifting album

Per Defalva, simply known as Defalva started up as an artist in Sweden with several exhibitions. Per later turned towards music to expand his artist expressions. During the last 20 years he has released several records of original music. Most of them featuring the collaboration of producer Andreas Hedberg. In 2019 he released the 10 song concept album, entitled “Energy” – the sixth album in the series “On the Voyage Through Life”. “The theme is about the good or bad that fills people with energy,” explains Defalva. “This time the sound style is influenced by synth, electronic dance music, techno

Japanese Singer Yukiya Endo Releases “Deep Blue” Song & Video!

“Deep Blue” the song and video by Yukiya Endo, is the love story between a being from the sea and a girl met at the aquarium. He however later discovers that she had eyes not for him but for the world extending behind the glass, and ends heartbroken, his first love being also his last love.  About Yukiya Endo: Born: August 1 / Origin: Philippines / Blood type: unknown Height: 180㎝ / Weight: 73㎏ / Shoe size: 28 (Japan) Hobbies: novels, games / Special skills: BreakDance, improvisation freestyle In September 2014, Yukiya Endo performed at Mesellba Grand Prix, where


Guitar shredding instrumentalist Seismic Anamoly has released his newest CD “Krank Tha Mutha Up”. The CD contains 8 original tracks giving those not yet acquainted with Seismo a thorough dose of smokin’ hot, funked-up ear kandy. The CD has been proudly published at CD Baby. Containing Rock and Metal Guitar Instrumentals, the release is composed of standout guitar tunes that rock/metal/funk music lovers around the world are sure to appreciate. Seismic Anamoly was launched in 2002 by Michael S., who resides in Anchorage, AK, USA. Seismo has been composing and playing since 2000, and his work is done primarily utilizing

One-L: “LEVELS” – powerful and immediate

One-L is the rap artist from Los Angeles who kicked off the year with brand new album entitled “LEVELS”, which is an anagram for Leaving Every Virtue Entirely Lost In Success. The eight track album showcases a talent maturing, developing and breaking through ground. We witness the depth of One-L’s abilities when he spins tales of pain, loss, love and woe. This is viewed in the dramatic narrative of “Words” (Prod. Aaron Sibert). The song is so powerful and immediate and woven effortlessly and charismatically. The same qualities are again exhibited in “Infernal Eternal” (Prod. Nick Luscombe).

Though “Infernal Eternal” proves to be one of the most emotionally riveting and spellbindingly, poetically told sonic tales in quite some time, the listening experiences gets even better on “No Gravity” (Prod. Epistra Beats) and “Serpent King” (Prod. Grizzly Beats).

Much of the sound One-L evokes on this effort is epic and gritty. It fuses beautifully with the high-caliber energy and general air of authenticity One-L radiates when he displays his ability to spit bars.

We hear these undeniable qualities spill through our speakers on the five minute and twenty three second rhyme-fest, “Rizen” (Prod. Dizzee Beats). It also transpires on the solid “Love Zone” (Prod. Nomed Beats).

The album is, as a sum, entertaining; perfect music meant to create an enjoyable atmosphere of uncomplicated head-nodding. This feeling takes charge of the rest of the LP, and the whole endeavor becomes a sucker punch of unexpected emotion. It begins slowly, but potently, on “Blackhole” (Prod.MXS Beats) and only becomes more gripping until the moment the material bows out.

This album is, not only perfectly honed, but absolutely impeccable in resonating the overall atmosphere, with One-L’s meticulous storytelling skills propelling these compositions to further greatness. It is an example of the potency of his craft and hip hop as a whole.

One of the album’s sharpest facets is that every work is trimmed of any extraneous fat and largely, in turn, has a tidy and in-excessive three to four minute runtime. The sum of One-L’s new work i is certainly evenly balanced.

In so doing, it paints his personality in a well-rounded manner and the LP has a certain slant into darkness and One-L’s inner-self that makes the whole work seem all the more ambitious. It is, ultimately, a display of craftsmanship.

His confidence in his own material makes me wonder and anticipate if he will replicate this even-handed approach in his next album. I get chills at the thought of what someone with the growing caliber of talent One-L displays throughout “LEVELS” could generate if he was concentrated in such a manner on each subsequent recording.

He sacrifices radio attention for compelling, cohesive, and real music. However, as this album shows, it’s One-L ability to maneuver within hip-hop’s existing boundaries that makes him so on point and, ultimately, enjoyable.


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