MajorHardcore hits the scene with “One Shot Deal”!

✊🏿IM🎖MAJ🌍RHARDC🏀RE🎤NE✈️T LEVEL🚀HIPH🎱PARTIST🎧EST.6/2/20🥳AND🏋🏿‍♀️STILL☄️SOARING 🦅ALREADY🥊HIT🥁A🔥MILLI🍾IN🥇STREAMS 👏🏿LETSGOYANKEES⚾️JESUSISKING💒✌🏿 https://linktr.ee/MajorHardcore Im in a Yankee hat from where the Yankees at being a snitch nigga can’t be that no 🐀 being a bitch nigga can’t be that no 💪🏿being a rich nigga that’s a fact yeah 💵 straight off the wake up 🥱 hit the bodega, feens running like they just caught a caper, or I hear is let me get give me major. Now like a BBL (Brazil but lift) my pockets cake up. I’m from the projects public housing. Stair cases those my couches. My louie belt cause a thousand, and my job is flipping

Winchester 7 & the Runners – “My Super 8” – The song is so bright it’s practically glowing!

Winchester 7 & the Runners are focused on the future, but their latest single “My Super 8”, takes them nostalgically into the past. From the first jangly guitar-like notes and steadfast drumming, we get a hint that this track may not stray too far from its legendary indie rock predecessors.  It hearkens back to a time when guitars shimmered, and shoved throbbing bass and drum arrangements, supporting ear-catching melodies bouncing over the top. The song is so bright it’s practically glowing, with a simply layered arrangement that embraces both distortion and playful spontaneity. Of the most surprising elements here, is

The passionate Brooklyn lyricist V The Saint Presents “BONAFIDE”

Born in Brownsville, Brooklyn, V The Saint is no stranger to hustling and grinding. From rapping as a part of a group when he was 12, to internal conflict forcing him to relocate to Mobile, Alabama for 2 years, V has persevered and weathered many storms to present you with his latest body of work. The passionate Brooklyn lyricist presents, ‘BONAFIDE’, the trials and tribulations of a BONAFIDE hustler, grinder, and father, with witty lines and truth-filled bars. Every song is littered with an honest, brash, and real accounts of what it’s like for a young black man in 2020,

MONOTRONIC’S “BUY YOURSELF A DREAM” VIDEO OUT NOW!

MONOTRONIC’S “BUY YOURSELF A DREAM” VIDEO OUT NOW FEATURED ON VEVO’S INCOMING INDIE PLAYLIST TWO MORE SINGLES SLATED TO BE RELEASED IN 2020. ‘Buy Yourself A Dream,’ starts with an acoustic guitar and pensive vocals but grows with exuberance, bravado, cascading keys, and catchiness — RockNYC New York collective Monotronic is premiering their Ben Kadie directed video for “Buy Yourself A Dream” at FolknRock.com, video featured on VEVO’s Incoming Indie Playlist. Led by anthropologist and musician/producer Ramsey Elkholy, the New York-based collective delivers fresh sounding music layered with atmospheric vibes. Their new single, “Buy Yourself A Dream,” is both reflective

Label management and promotion group Power Seat Music Group, LLC allow artists freedom of expression

The major record companies have dominated the market for decades. Their decisions have affected the global industry and have dictated the shape of the business. The sheer size and depth of their catalogues have given them immense power. But that is changing. Their market share is shrinking; their ability to dominate the global market is weakening. Independents labels can now achieve worldwide reach and engagement with music fans through digital distribution and social media; they have strong representation at the highest levels and their share of the market is increasing. As the industry evolves, the independent labels, and management groups,

WaveyOnShore delivers catchy beats and gripping lyrics!

An exciting new rap artist from Toronto, Canada, WaveyOnShore, is all set to make a splash in the hip-hop world. His brand-new sound with exciting catchy beats and gripping lyrics is a refreshing and much-welcomed addition to the art of hip-hop. His brand-new track “Sleep Off The Pain” is one of those songs that hook you in at the first second and takes you on a musical and lyrical journey. His vocals are filled with passion and emotion. His lyrics are poetic. The melody and the beat complement each other and draw the listener in with no intention of letting

BigJohn – ‘Can’t Nobody’ – creativity meets professionalism in an unquestionable manner

One of the best additions to the hip-hop industry this year has been with artist John Anthony Ziegler, most popularly known as BigJohn who has proved himself to be a worthy contender in the genre with his authentic hooks. The musical artist has taken a major step in the right direction by creating sounds that envelop listeners with its huge wash of dynamism that introduces his musicianship in a fresh manner. By letting his creativity meet professionalism in an unquestionable manner, the rapper has recently released his new hip-hop music video ‘Can’t Nobody’ shows why his creativity is worth exploring.

Working Class Hussys – “DNA” – equipped to tug at the heartstrings or add momentary muscle

The new single “DNA”, by Central New Jersey’s Working Class Hussys is a distillation of their manifold strengths – pastoral harmonies, cascading chord progressions, and wistful melodies, all coated in roots Americana beauty and jangly indie and alt-rock crispness. Despite the wide aural reach, the song maintains a powerful nostalgic and familiarity factor. Musically and lyrically, Working Class Hussys are clearly well equipped to tug at the heartstrings or add momentary muscle at the turn of a dime. Their expansive vocals adding to the sentiment embodied in every note and nuance. For however lightheartedly smooth the bounce of the beat

Justin Case Rapping Grandpa – “Dance on my Diamond” ft. Blacktree – precisely attuned to the rapper’s strengths

Named for Artist of the Year by Independent Music Awards, and Producer of the Year by Indie Music Awards, Justin Case Rapping Grandpa is exactly what the title says – a real rapping grandpa. Justin has released dozens of tracks, distributed over more than 100 platforms worldwide. He also has a book out, and finds time to manage other artists, while collaborating and performing with a host of other artists. Justin Case Rapping Grandpa’s latest smash is “Dance on my Diamond” ft. Blacktree. An artist whose discography seems limitless, this single is diverse, a mixture of smooth jangling guitars, snappy

Madame Kapuscinska – “Ascension” – almost too delicious for words!

Despite all the challenges and afflictions life has thrown at her, singer, songwriter and actress, Letitia Kapuscinska aka Madame Kapuscinska, has quietly and proudly been carving out her own lane. Raised by a single mother, she did not meet her biological father until she was 5. Diagnosed as bipolar, Letitia is an avid mental campaigner, and also the lead singer of MAD (Musicians Against Depression). A fiercely independent artist, Madame Kapuscinska has formed Kapuscinscy Empire Music Production through which she releases her own music. As a singer Madame Kapuscinska has won numerous awards, while her music catalog counts a series

Collegians: “Black Mass” – a hardline anti-establishment stance

Collegians occupy a unique place among the constellation of alternative rock acts that have emerged in the last few years. They seem as interested in the pop half of that portmanteau, while still creating a progressive hard-hitting swamp that sprouts elements of rock, electronic, and proto-industrial acts. It’s an admirable path to travel, as a lesser band would just as easily replicate the sounds of mainstream radio or the genre’s past successes. Instead, Glenn Patrick (Vocal, Guitar), Gerry Leigh (Guitar, Vocals), James Leigh (Keyboard, Bass) and Vince Leigh (Drums) have made moves to maintain their path of sonic evolution which they started with their stunning, critically acclaimed and award-winning debut single, “Vaccine”.

In that sense alone, “Black Mass”, the band’s follow-up single is a success.  Collegians have put together a song that throbs and flexes, pitching to the rhythm of slowly gyrating hips and liquid late-night trysts.

However, the poisonous bite that they’ve secretly injected into the mix is a hardline anti-establishment stance that has all the impact of being beaten about the head by a protest sign in your sleep. Hefty, muscular and dark, the music on “Black Mass” makes a big noise that sits somewhere between and angry Depeche Mode and Muse.

Totally different from the more Top 40 chart-orientated “Vaccine”, “Black Mass” is another excellent good track finding Collegians capable of still thrilling and intriguing but in a completely alternative manner.

Deeper, darker and edgier, it’s a very good thing when a band shows such creative diversity so early on in their careers – considering that Collegians only got together in 2014, and signed a deal with music label Cultivator Records in 2015. Some of the synth parts here sound huge and are also pretty experimental for a band who you would expect to be straddling the globe’s arenas in the near future.

The melody is almost pure pop in the chorus too, juxtaposing perfectly with the grinding and angular electro-rock soundscape. What Collegians have done with “Black Mass” however, is continue to push themselves, refusing to rest on the laurels of their captivating debut single and produce a follow-up track that is relevant both sonically and lyrically and that is perhaps more than most people would expect from a sophomore release. Persevere with this single as there is a lot to love here.

I know I’m only judging from two songs, but this Melbourne-based, Australian band, seem to have a tendency to write music which is not just hugely emotionally provocative, but containing a particular combination of quiet despair and trepid hope.

Though indulging totally different themes, you can hear this common mantra purveyed in both singles. Through their songs, Collegians raise some important questions about the nature of humanity and our world today.

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