Andrew Southworth: ‘Open your Eyes’ features organic sounds fused with modern electronic elements

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Digital Gringo: “Project Mayhem” cannot be described as anything less than brilliant!

Right of the cuff, two things caught my attention about Modesto, California creative, Digital Gringo. Firstly, his biography reads: “Digital Gringo is a rapper that raps”. And secondly, how many rappers do you know that rhyme perfectly to the funky beat foundation of Earth Wind & Fire’s “Let’s Groove”? But my enchantment with this atypical rapper didn’t stop there, while listening to his aptly named 12 track album – “Project Mayhem”. In fact, as a description, ‘mayhem’ may actually be an understatement once you’ve run through the entirety of this recording. The tones and moods on this album run from

Omar Bowing: “Women” – the expansive arrangement gives it a progressive bent

Omar Bowing is an independent musician and songwriter located in Austin, Tx. Omar who plays the guitar and guitarviol works with a revolving group of musicians to bring his songs to life. In particular he often collaborates with Tyson Yen, who has lent his voice to almost all of Bowing’s tracks. Omar Bowing’s latest musical creation is simply entitled “Women”. Though mirroring the endeavors of history-making females, the track intends to be a respectful tribute to women in general – from mothers to wives, and sisters to nieces, daughters, friends and co-workers, etc. And in fact the track releases on

Glocck Vee: “IDGF ABOUT YO HITTAS” delivers sharp, telescopic views

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The Jon Johns: “Road Trip Mixtape” – an adventurous attitude!

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Marcela Iglesias: “Human Doll” (feat. Eric ‘Well Written’ McCoy) – fun, bouncy and all around enjoyable

Love it or hate it, you cannot deny that Plastics of Hollywood are gaining traction and making serious waves in the entertainment industry. Spearheaded by Los Angeles, California, Talent manager and producer Marcela Iglesias, the community of plastic surgery enthusiasts are spreading their reach into the film, TV and music spheres. From Ken dolls to Jessica Rabbit and Britney Spears lookalikes Plastics of Hollywood have spent millions of dollars on surgery and aesthetic procedures altering and adapting their looks. Their aim is to simply feel happy and fulfilled in bodies they adore. By the very nature of its scope Plastics

Interview with Californian band City Kings

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Midas Well: “3am”- moments of pure body-high pleasure

Midas Well is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist currently residing in Austin, Texas. His album “Golden Rule” is coming soon to all streaming platforms via Jurnt Entertainment, along with his single “3am”. Midas raises the stakes in this stunning narrative. In lesser hands, all this creative weight could feel leaden. But Midas proves himself to be a craftsman, and gets the job done. Midas Well is a great musical artist and his new single shows that in a beautiful showcase of music.  “Golden Rule” is an album with a generous helping of highlights, not least because of Midas’ enviable vocal

DJ Raw B & Luke Sick: “Head Chucka” – a panoply of mic and beat making skills

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Sevy Campos: “Thirsty” ft. Samuel Wallace – a Pop-EDM crossover flavor

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Corlioni: “Destiny” has a genuinely refreshing effect!

In case you’re not down with the nomenclature being thrown around the EDM community currently, on his latest track, “Destiny”, electronic producer Corlioni, comfortably slides into the trend-setting genre called ‘Tropical house’. Though, it would be correct to say that the masked British producer is not really confined to that specific genre at all. Tropical house is a more relaxing yet uplifting form inside the EDM craze, a response to the grimy, dark sounds of the dubstep craze which has been losing steam for the last several years. Rather than deep bass growls that sound like a broken inkjet printer, you’ll find sounds more smooth and sweet – thoroughly happy, soothing, feel-good stuff.

British Producer Corlioni

British Producer Corlioni

For this reason, I have fallen in love with “Destiny” over the last week. When it comes on, it’s like a palette cleanser; it has a genuinely refreshing effect between louder, more aggressive music at the club. And when consumed in a headphone sitting at home, it has the same effect as a cool jug of water. Considering the scorching summer ahead, that’s an extremely desired effect.

Making good music is much like baking a cake. You can make it as spectacular and as sweet as you like with all the decorations currently at hand. But to make it edible and thoroughly digestible you need quality basic ingredients.

Corlioni obviously understands this concept perfectly and wasted no time in gathering all the right elements to make this track the summer showstopper it currently is heading to be – behind the mixing boards is none other than Miami’s Austin Leeds, who has worked with Avicii and Paul Van Dyk.

But the real surprise comes in the lead vocalist, or rather the chosen songstress to carry “Destiny’s” all-important melody line – a make or break element in this specific genre. Surprisingly Corlioni’s choice fell upon the UK-based singer, Breeze Redwine.

Singer Breeze Redwine

Singer Breeze Redwine

The surprise does not come from Breeze’s captivating vocal interpretation however, but rather her age – that smooth, melodic and suggestive voice, actually belongs to a talented 14 year-old singer-songwriter. And most surprising of all is how Breeze handled the song with such control and constraint, which could so easily have become just another cheesy pop anthem in less sensitive hands.

Of course with all the proper ingredients thrown into the mixing bowl, you still need a great core recipe and the hands of an able creator to bring the best out of the blend. And Corlioni forges all of his craftsmanship in “Destiny”, bringing forth a song that can confidently hold its own within a fiercely competitive EDM market.

The beat, the vocals, the arrangement and the instrumentation are all composed in a way that creates a truly magical moment. The superlative production does the rest! You can listen to the track on Spotify, and follow Corlioni on FacebookTwitter & Instagram. You can also visit the official Corlioni Website for more information.

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