WiseguyEnt Presents The New Album Reposing Jay – “Sumthen Diffrant”

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Davy Knowles and 1:9 Technology Announce the Release of Interactive 360 Live Concert Virtual Reality App

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Pastor Peter B. Unger Writes “Blood On Our Hands a Tribute to Florida Shootings

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Kazeloon Releases official video for “Rock It (She Luv my Roccet) Freestyle”

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Kilo M.O.E – “Rambo” features Cyco Thah Urchin and is produced by Chinaman Hustle

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AKA Louis: “POEMes CRISToLIENS #2: Wall Painting (A Tribute to Graffiti)” – places of sentient and divine energy

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J Tizzle: “System Override” – several layers of intricacies

J Tizzle’s sound connects with our primal impulses while indulging our yearning for the technological. Synthy, bass-driven melodies with dark heavy beats, sometimes intertwined with samples, etch out tracks that are full of raw energy. It usually takes more than just a few listens to notice all the intricacies this South Bend born producer carefully crafts into each of his cuts. J Tizzle (Jeffery Townsend Sr.) stunned us with his previous releases, the debut album “Cosmic Journey” (2014) and the EP “The Chill Zone Vol 2”, the EP, “Transition” (2015), followed by “The Chill Zone Vol 2” (2017). Now in

Steven Romero: “Bad Idea” is packed with hooks and heart

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Oxaï Roura & Steve Osborne: “Defying Gravity (Experior)” guides us into our higher selves

Oxaï Roura is an artist that has meant more and more to me as his eclectic releases come in, his heavenly sonic tapestries have woven themselves into the very core of my being and this new release has once again left me speechless. What a delight it is to see Roura in a collaboration effort with Steve Osborne on the track “Defying Gravity (Experior)”. This man cannot be stopped and was clearly sent here solely to guide us into our higher selves and bless us with his soundscapes. For those few who still not heard of him, Oxaï Roura is

Project Grand Slam: Present New Video, Concert Dates and More…

Project Grand Slam (PGS), the celebrated NYC-based Jazz Rock Fusion band with a twist of Classic Rock and Latin, announces the release of a dynamic, new Introductory Video, plus new performance dates. Led by acclaimed bassist/composer Robert Miller, PGS has accumulated over one million video views while defying genres, languages and geographic boundaries. The band has wowed audiences from Jazz to Rock, from Millennials to Baby Boomers, at numerous festivals and performing arts centers, while cultivating a fervent worldwide fan base. The band’s new video – Introducing Project Grand Slam! – shows off the group’s bold and dynamic performance in

Liquid Lunch: “Sketches 2 Seed” – an infectious and smoldering staple

Ken Eagle and Michele Akers discovered each other’s musical abilities after meeting at a dance in May 2014 and formed a duo in late October of the same year. They booked their first gig a month later…prior to having any material ready, and were forced to burn the midnight candle before successfully completing the gig with a 40 song repertoire. The duo, Liquid Lunch has now played in excess of 200 Gigs, performing at more than 50 different venues and travelling in excess of 160,000kms across the state of South Australia. Through it all Eagle and Akers, now bring to the table their 6 track self-produced EP “Sketches 2 Seed”, released earlier this year. Most pop today features performers who couldn’t sing their way out of a paper bag without auto-tune, and bland, synthesized music with a straight 4 to the floor beat that has no soul. The first thing that strikes about Liquid Lunch is Michele Akers’ rich resonating voice, and then that jazzy swing in their music that wraps itself around blues, soul, singer-songwriter and rock sensibilities. It all seems like an intriguing mix and fusion of musical genres.

Michele Akers

Liquid Lunch has swiftly joined a place in my highest musical tier. Their music is apparently simple, yet richly complex and highly enjoyable. Not only do the duo provide a musical sound that both pulls from the past yet has a new, edgy feel, they do it with a vivacity and sultriness that is reminiscent of classic acts from bygone eras.

In a musical world obsessed with theatricality, exhibitionism and pornographic costumes, it is a breath of fresh air to see a set of artists almost exclusively concentrate on the aspects of their music. The secret to Liquid Lunch’s successful sound is easy to identify from the very first notes of “All She Wants”, the opening track on the EP.

Unhurried, unfazed, a strummed acoustic guitar, a plucked bass, a warm and shimmering keyboard, and a voice that is as stunningly surefooted as it is warm and accommodating. But the EP’s allure also stems from its consistency, with each and every track seamlessly passing the baton to the next without any significant dip in momentum. On the contrary it actually gains momentum on the bluesy “Can’t Live There”, with some chunky electric guitar riffs brought into the mix.

Ken Eagle

“Dirty Love” provides the record with another infectious and smoldering staple as it boasts a memorable, radio-friendly melody and enlists a smoldering electric piano and resonating horns to lace through the track’s stylish soul-pop drenched arrangement propelling us through to this cohesive and colorful patchwork of tunes.

Throughout the recording, and especially on the bass driven “Say”, the listener is rendered powerless to Liquid Lunch’s charm, which will probably result in more than one embarrassingly enthusiastic performance while stuck at a set of traffic lights. Rest assured though, you’ll be having far too much fun slapping your hands on the steering wheel to care.

“Wish I Could” is one of many highlights, showcasing Aker’s earthy voice in tandem with some deceptively elaborate instrumentation from Michele Akers who keeps the engine room running on this EP, before closing the show with an acoustic version of “All She Wants”. “Sketches 2 Seed” grabs you by the hand and drags you into a full-bodied embrace that is iron-clad, it’s simply up to you to give it the chance to do so.


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