“Ocean” – The New Video by Lara Lova

“Ocean” by Lara Lova, is an emotional inspiration, and a dedication to all living things.  It’s creamy and huge, coupling the beautiful character of her voice with a pulsating production of gentle euphoria. The explosion of the choruses hit like golden sparks showering from the sky – one of many well executed pay offs which prove that her ambitions are well warranted. Lara Lova greatest strength remains her wistful, wood-windy voice. It has natural charm and raw emotional relatability, which plays well against the electronic production and the track’s sheer desire to be a colossal hit.  Music is a

Made of Stone – “Bitter Road” – a sophisticated, and delicately expanding soundscape

Made of Stone is Los Angeles based Ambient Rock Band formed in the summer of 2019. “This project will always be about the music and never about us,” says the band. So what we’re left with, is not too much information, about the components and workings of the band, but in compensation, we have some really thoughtful music to admire. We do however know that Made of Stone is comprised of Sophia Medina (Vocals), Chris Lewis (Bass), Alin Glogovicean (Guitar), Sammy Velick (Drums), Lucian Lee (Guitar, Synth), and that they lay down sophisticated, and delicately expanding soundscapes for the soul

Freder Seric drops the Video for the motivational summer track – “Ocean”

Are you tired of the winter? Hear some fresh motivational summer vibes by Freder Seric now! In the song “Ocean” you will hear about the aspirations of having a dream life. And no matter how much you achieve, you always want to achieve more. Freder Seric is a 32 year old male German rapper with over 20 years’ experience in song writing. “Ocean” is his first Studio Single and the Studio Album “Chase Your Dreams” will come out soon on all streaming platforms. Freder Seric currently works as a very successful software developer after he finished his Master’s degree in

FUNK STAR TEMU OPENS HEARTS AND EXPANDS MINDS WITH NEW ALBUM ‘RELIC OF THE MOTHERSHIP’

With high profile performances and DJ appearances across Europe and North America, New York City’s Temu has established himself as a one of a kind force of nature, carrying the torch of funk for future generations. His latest album ‘Relic Of The Mothership’ is a masterclass filled with mind altering grooves, mesmerizing talkbox melodies, and of course Temu’s show stopping voice. Opening with ‘Scavangas,’ Temu’s ability to reinvent genres in his own image is on display right away. He and collaborator Blacc El erase walls between hip hop and soul, weaving thought provoking social observations together with dance rhythms that

Lewis Monbarn delivers exquisite delights with his debut album titled “Omen”

Lewis Monbarn’s musical fervor paints a canvas of sound with the exquisite delights of his debut album titled Omen. As Monbarn’s grooves gift good luck of sleek nostalgia across the genre of house and techno, his audience gets to enjoy this creative process. Based out of Amsterdam, Monbarn’s started creating electronic music at twelve years of age and has established an amazing legacy. Every track that he has released has charted. He has worked with Nervous Records, Datagroove, and his own new label Massaïa. Omen is a soul-wrenched offering comprised of ten tracks. The album has an outstanding organic vibe

The Goldilocks Enigma – “Free Will Isn’t Free” – carved out of hope and revelation

The Goldilocks Enigma is made up of an experienced husband and wife singer/songwriting team whose first and foremost mission is to worship Jesus Christ, God, Elohim, El Shaddai, Jehovah Jirah in the midst of present day America. They claim to not seek fame or fortune, and are trying to steer clear of the vanity that can be found in music. “We hope our music will land in the ears of those that find themselves in a position to allow it to prick their heart and point them to Christ,” says the duo. The Goldilocks Enigma are currently working on the

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,

Grey Spaces: “Come Out Clean” ft. Katie J. seems to exist on a continuum between two poles…

Grey Spaces are an enigma to me. They describe themselves as “all about weaving and narrating persuasive stories through a melancholic sound of music. The artists’ work to create such deeply rooted stories in the illusion of their existence, that they believe their own made up world to be elemental in its existence resulting in every song being a story driven by characters of their own making.” Who, or how many ‘artists’ actually make up this collective of producers and performers, or is it ‘producer and performer’, I cannot tell you right now. And quite frankly it’s the least important thing we need to know. What we needed to know, and do know now, is that Grey Spaces has just released its debut single, entitled “Come Out Clean” ft. Katie J.

The slow introduction and development of a song’s core sounds is always interesting to me. This song reminds me of how the pain of life’s monotonous routines can really cause us harm. It seems necessary to go through routines, yet at the same time, the routines seem to be what drains the life out of us.

In the process of creating the most brilliant layers of structured sound, this song also reminds me of the desperation of over-exposing your feelings and emotions to someone you love, in particular, to someone who will never love you in return. “Come Out Clean” ft. Katie J. feels like one of Shakespeare’s tragedies.

The crazy thing is, I am getting these emotional vibrations from the soundscape and the tone, and nuances of Katie J.’s vocal inflections alone, because I cannot make out many words contained in the lyrics, if not in the louder sections.

I’m not sure if that’s a pondered choice by the band, for some reason or other, or just the result of the extremely melancholy and somber theme locked within the track. Either way, the song’s emotional impact remains unhindered, and actually may have been enhanced by the moody vocal murmurs during some sections of the verses. Because it leaves you uncertain, confused and in angst, which is probably the song’s core intent to start with.

“Come Out Clean” seems to exist on a continuum between two poles: an epic, piano-inflected pop ballad, and vast, mind-altering alternative soundscape. You can spend a lot of time alone with your thoughts in a sound like that, examining cynical waking-life reflections, to longing glimpses into dreams. Whether dealing in transcendental imagery or detail-rich true-life frustrations, “Come Out Clean” ft. Katie J. sounds like a damn ambitious and interesting way to start off a recording career.

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