Dar.Ra releases ‘Whisky n Honey’ EP featuring “The Lights Dark Night Remix’

MYSTERIOUS IRISH ARTIST RELEASES INCREDIBLE ‘WHISKY N HONEY’ EP CREATING A WHOLE NEW ROCK STEP GENRE Renowned Irish rock solo artist Dar.Ra is at it again and this time with a release which fans have been hoping for with the release of his new EP ‘Whiskey n Honey’ which features “The Lights Dark Night Remix’ plus an addition remix of the title track, ‘Neon Fantasy’ remix. Dar.Ra known for his rock anthems and recent hit album ‘New Kinda Normal’ has recently been making a push towards a new EDM style combining both the rock music and EDM genres to create

Jason DeGeorge Releases masterful blues cover “Nothing At All”

Acclaimed Instrumental Guitarist Jason DeGeorge Releases Riveting Version Of Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite’s Blues-Driven Single Renowned instrumental guitarist Jason DeGeorge, who is best known for his work with Country sensation Leanne Weiss and recently touring with Kenny Rodgers, has unveiled a riveting version of the Ben Harper/Charlie Musselwhite’s blues hit “Nothing At All” that Harper has hailed as “A masterful cover.” Available on all digital platforms, the single is the first from a collection of songs Describing the track as a “super passionate instrumental interpretation of the original,” DeGeorge’s version has already amassed attraction after Harper featured the single

Ashlee.k is a German based EDM producer

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Joe Dirrt is a hip-hop artist coming out of Los Angeles, Ca who originated from the heart of Buffalo, New York. His style embraces both the rampantly smooth Cali flow, and hard hitting east coast lyricism. Joe gives us a full serving of his talents on the 12 track album, “Before The Fame”. It’s a testament to the independent grind he employs to cultivate a dedicated fan-base. Joe’s rhymes are designed to string out little observations until they form a big idea. His wordplay don’t only connect or make sense in sequence but they can create powerful impressions. From that

Groove Odyssey DJs Bobby & Steve release debut artist album

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“Kiss It Better” is a catchy tune where London based, 25 year old, FŌX’s vocals, range from whispering to soaring and powerful. The track has an expanding and all-embracing groove that makes you want to move and sing along from the first time you hear it. It is a swinging pop song with structural elements of an alternative flavor and some irresistible piano and string action. The tune has got hooks in all the right places with an infectious post chorus and needless to say FŌX’s delivery is on fire. It is like he is aware of the great reach of

Natalie Jean: “What Would You Do For Love?” – an album with real drama and humanity!

Haitian-American singer-songwriter, Natalie Jean has earned innumerous award nominations, including a 2019 Global Music Awards Medal and was a 2019 Josie Music Awards Winner. A voting Member in the Recording Academy (GRAMMYS), Jean has already released 5 albums and countless singles, many of which focus their attention on empowering and enlightening people. Her ideals, morals, and aspirations run rife throughout her music. Natalie Jean’s latest album “Where Do We Go From Here” begins with a bold statement. The opening song is called “I Told You No” – and explains the artist’s shocking real-life experience of sexual assault. “I made it

Joemayk – “A Century Entirely” – an immaculate song

Joemayk is, at his heart, an artist that knows how to tweak the various facets of his sound and still maintain his identity. Throughout his various releases, he has been able to make subtle changes to his sound that is apparent in the tone and construction of the production. The unabashed earworm sweetness of the new single, “A Century Entirely”, is another step in the direction of taking his music to a much wider audience than just his rock-orientated fans. For the people who appreciate the melodic craft and emotional heart of Joemayk music, this at its core is one

“Ocean” – The New Video by Lara Lova

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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

Temperature Falls – “Zuzu’s Petals” – this track is a joy to listen to!

Temperature Falls is a trip-hop/alternative rock duo from Oslo, Norway, made up of vocalist/lyricist Camilla, and multi-instrumentalist Ian J. Ward. The two launched their project after a chance meeting and some ‘magical’ time spent together in a recording studio. They released their debut album, and a single cover of the Deftones’ “Knife Party”, during 2019, and now jump straight back with a brand new single, entitled, “Zuzu’s Petals”. With an unflinching adherence to a jarring, introspective aesthetic, the potency of the track is indefinable. Teasing as much as it satisfies, the single is defined by a few aspects, not least its spectacularly ominous atmosphere, but hanging over its somber backdrop is the dynamic voice of Camilla. Her chilling vocals are as eerie as they are beautiful, conjoining organically with Ian J. Ward instrumentation to achieve one of the slickest underground combinations found in contemporary music this year.

I have no hesitancy in branding the vocal performance on “Zuzu’s Petals” as one of the best of the genre this year. Throughout the recording Camilla sounds both, angelic and anthemic – her expression is heart achingly beautiful one moment, and explicitly resonant the next, while always remaining strangely irresistible at all times, as it thrives in the head of the modern listener.

The song announces itself as something new and distinct, and manages to do so with the wry, measured air of a veteran. Temperature Falls’ rumbling, submerged sound provides a near-perfect accompaniment for Camilla’s voice. The song emanates the dark but catchy pop sensibilities that will enable it to climb to notoriety.

Melding electronic synth sounds with a beat that powerfully surges forward, and melody lines that manage to remain intense and effective despite their minimal construction, “Zuzu’s Petals” proves itself intriguing for the listener. Floating effortlessly above these layers of effected instrumentation, vocalist Camilla provides one of the most distinctive elements of Temperature Falls’ music.

Her voice is always delicately yet firmly delivered. Production-wise, this track is a joy to listen to. I’m not sure how the recording process evolved, but is the song has wonderful analog warmth to it. Listening through high quality headphones or through a good sound system is a must for this track.

Music critics love to sniff out new sounds and shape music into narratives, and what is happening in this track presents a perfect opportunity for that sort of thing: Here is this collaboration of two relatively unknown Norwegian artists playing around with old trip-hop music, pop signifiers and alternative textures, and using them to create this fashionable atmospheric track.

A song like “Zuzu’s Petals” is both organic and synthetic to the point where the distinctions lose all traction, where they meld into the mysterious magnetism of the music. The alluring beat alongside the murmuring bassline and synth interludes create a fantastic backdrop for the vocals to sail over-top.

The narrative of the lyrics plays like a motion picture in your head, while “Zuzu’s Petals” presents itself as a punctuating display of Temperature Falls’ strengths. It is full of dynamics and shows us what a couple of passionate people can do when music is everything to them.

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