JT Music: “Never Give Up”(ft. Fabvl & Divide) – totally unmatched in their genre!

JT Music is a nerdcore hip-hop group formed by artists Christian Ames and John Gelardi in December 2008. With 10 years of experience under their belt, Ames and Gelardi have taken their project to a new level. Every Saturday at 12 pm EST, JT Music posts a music video on YouTube based on video games, often in the form of rap battles between video game characters. With 2.2 million subscribers on YouTube, JT Music gets 25-30 million views on their videos per month. Some of their most popular videos include “Sans and Papyrus Song – An Undertale Rap” with 45

Katie Garibaldi Music Video “Safe and Warm” Premieres On The Christian Beat

Katie Garibaldi is an award-winning singer/songwriter and guitar player whose characteristic Christian-contemporary blend with Americana roots. This gives her a dreamy and soulful musical sound drenched in sparkling memorable melodies. The prolific songwriter hailing from San Francisco, CA, continues to stretch the boundaries of any genres walls with the release of her latest album, Home Sweet Christmas, a collection of original holiday and faith-inspired songs that embrace Garibaldis operatic vocal prowess and soulful folky affection, but also branch out into traditional country and gospel atmosphere. This week, Garibaldi releases the official music video for “Safe And Warm (Lullaby For Jesus)”

Multi-Talented P Tee Money Gets Back On The Track With ”I’m Not Afraid” album

P Tee Money is an English DJ/EDM, Electronic Artist; a royal descendant of Nigeria bloodline was born in London, England and studied Aeronautical Engineering in the military. He discovered his passion for music at a very young age, drawing influence from a variety of genres and especially from artists such as George Duke and Earth Wind & Fire. From his love of music, he eventually settled down in progressive house, the genre that he connected most. His productions cross a wide range of electronic music styles, from House, deep house, indie-dance, progressive, future, electro-pop and chill out. Despite being a

J-Hamz ft. Jesse Peters: “Keep On Lovin’ Official Remixes” – smooth groove and audio euphoria

Electronic music producer and classically trained pianist J-Hamz has accumulated a series of accolades which include Beatport Staff Picks and Top 10s, FM radio play across Canada and the USA, and nominee for Electronic Recording of the Year 2017 at the Edmonton Music Awards. He has had his songs remixed by producers in Canada, the United States, Germany, Japan, and Russia, including “Keep On Lovin’” – featuring lyrics and vocals by Jesse Peters – in a remix contest with Digital Empire Records. Now the hard working producer has just dropped his 8th release – “Keep On Lovin’ Official Remixes” featuring

C-Neil: “A Working Progress” ft. Timara Rogers – enthralling and emotional

C-Neil is a talented artist, songwriter, and producer based in Arkansas. He has worked in the music business since he was 15 years old. For years, he rapped and produced for artists local to St. Louis before moving to Atlanta to hone his craft. C-Neil has performed at several showcases in Arkansas, St. Louis, and Atlanta, including the Royal Peacock and the Urban Network Festival in Memphis. Despite being well-received, C-Neil, inspired by his mother, turned to his roots to gospel music. His latest release, “A Working Progress”, opens up about the obstacles he has faced. The track also features

Harmless Habit: “FRONTERROR” – a marvel of rock hard timelessness

Harmless Habit sound as confident as a band that have already paid their dues, and established a sound that is just as good or better than the bands that inspired them, and now give us a two way mirror into the rawness of their creative process with their 6-track album, “FRONTERROR” which feels heavy, hypnotic, emo(tional) and transformative. The best three words to describe this recording would simply be…TURN THIS UP!  The album kicks off full force and doesn’t really take the pedal off the metal until very late in the album, and only for a few seconds. So if driving,

Musicbyko: “Life In Element” – a melded perspective derived from a focused vision

Rap and hip-hop is no longer strictly about an artist’s lyrical ability, there is a series of beats and melodies that need to come together in perfect harmony to create the sonic excellence that fans demand to hear. To that end, Musicbyko is the embodiment of real modern rap in a production heavy hip-hop environment that has very little care for bars. This Bay Area rapper from Oakland, CA, has a message of ambition and a constitution of excellence that he is attempting to establish within his craft. It is clear that he has grown into more than just a

Maelstroms by Julian Kerins injects new life into Rock

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Los Angeles songwriter/producer Betty Moon celebrates her latest single Parachute with a new music video

The video takes viewers up above the cityscapes and back again. (LOS ANGELES, CA) – Betty Moon continues to build upon her assent on the international streaming music charts with the release of her new music video for Parachute. With the single being released last week, the video compliments a very personal song about self-empowerment and escaping to live the life you’ve always dreamed about. The 90s tinged pop video boasts large doses of nostalgia, rock n roll and mixes things up with Moons fashionably unique brand of indie rock, mainstream and electronic influenced music. The video premiered this morning

‘Sound of the City’ A New Four-Part Episode Docu-series is Launched by A Houston Record Company

‘Sound of the City’ gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to produce an album by following the creation of Wreckshop Nation’s collaborative new project titled ‘Unity Vol. 1.’ The docu-series premiered Sept. 17, 2018. Wreckshop Nation (WSN) is an independently owned entertainment company focused on promoting and producing digital content, products, and services for artists while simultaneously embracing the Southern Hip-Hop culture that developed in Houston during the late 1990’s “Wreckshop Records” era and still thrives today. Wreckshop aims to be more than just a label, but a brand; it is striving to be a centralized platform

Gen Dietzel: “THE HUMANITY” draws your attention to its emotional substance and intellectual conscience

Gen Dietzel is an alternative rock vocalist and songwriter from New Jersey. She possesses a degree in Drama, and is continuing her education in music and music production through Berklee College of Music’s online program. She has released her EP entitled “THE HUMANITY”, which contains the track “Don’t Call Me Pretty” – a song she wrote in support of, and in solidarity with, the #MeToo Movement. The recording is foremost a showcase for Gen Dietzel, the performer. Her voice and words form the core of the EP, with connective tissue provided by the crunch of the harsh guitar-driven beats and smashing percussion. Dietzel’s voice trembles and screams, it needles and assaults. The full range of those elements are on instant display from the opening track “Liberty”, almost all at once, during its brooding and explosive arrangement.

“THE HUMANITY” is designed to straighten your spine, and to even exasperate you a bit.  This thorny collection of angry melodies and driving alternative rock compositions are meant to draw your attention to its emotional substance and intellectual conscience, rather than seek chart popularity.

Dietzel’s voice is a dark and sinister instrument that can convey pain, anger, and irony in a single line. Her lyrical cynicism sounds less like the wails of a petulant young lady and more like the observations of a woman that has seen a bit too much of the wicked world.

Gen Dietzel is particularly focused and caustic on the #MeToo anthem, “Don’t Call Me Pretty”, which harbors itself atop a claustrophobic, and chokingly intense bass driven rhythm: “Don’t tell me to smile. Your stare is a little vile. I have too many thoughts for a pretty face. I refuse to stay in my place…”

This powerful track features probing Dietzel vocals with some of her most biting lyrics. On it, she is reduced to her most potent essence, as she stares the issue right in the eye, giving no quarter and belts it all out.

Some warm piano chords provide “Mad Girl’s Love Song” with the swoon it deserves, but is only a lead-in to another ferocious lyrical eruption. This time of broken love – “I can’t wait to forget your name. I hope you go as quick as you came”, leaves no doubt about its desired interpretation.

Dietzel’s voice twists and turns, until eventually its molten lament cools and the smoke dissipates. It’s dark, it’s beautiful, and it’s heartfelt. She has never sounded as good, as irascible yet as in control as she does here.

The songs on “THE HUMANITY” pour out of the speakers like a wave, unrepentantly raw and crushingly determined. It sounds like an honest body of work, the very definition of Gen Dietzel’s innermost thoughts spooling out into the air.

The EP is ruthless in its unflinching look at society, stripping and baring it of any sort of protectoral wall. It allows for a visceral performance by Dietzel, one that seems to reach a number of jagged emotional highs.

There’s a vigorous determination and a creative dexterity, in both the EP’s free-flowing style and in Gen Dietzel’s own artistic cunning. She is fully untethered, not having to answer to the whims of a record company or the desires of a producer – as she recorded this EP in her bedroom – and as a result “THE HUMANITY” never has to stop to ask itself, who it’s all for, and what it’s all about.

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