Lino Camilo drops the video for new single ‘shut the fuck up’

Lino Camilo’s new single ‘shut the fuck up’ is an answer to a busy society, a noisy mind, and a cathartic outlet for pent-up aggression and transgression. The video features Viennese buildings of the renaissance, hinting at a sense of rebirth while balancing imagery of the innocent with the promiscuous. Connect with Lino Camilo on INSTAGRAM and SPOTIFY 

Social Distance – “I’m Outside Your House” – takes the spirit and emotional energy of classic punk-rock and add a more mature flavor

The Los Angeles punk band, Social Distance could easily have fallen into the trap of focusing on their female lead singer as eye candy and letting image triumph over quality music. Instead they have managed to avoid doing this and just focus on crafting brilliant punk-rock tunes instead. In an age when image and marketing nearly always take priority over substance Social Distance should be cherished. “Quarantine brought us together,” says the band. “We play because we’re musicians and we are not really good at much else.” If you are sick of fake image focused bands and artists who put

Ike Tanner – “Garden Talks” – a string of brilliant vocal performances

Ike Tanner is a 21 year old Music artist From Russellville AL. He is The CEO of YungGMusic & Gravity XO which are Film/Music Marketing Companies. He has 3 music artists from Alabama, namely JayGoldz, Trench Godd and Yung Cody TYBG signed to a marketing contract with his companies. Tanner is currently promoting his mixtape “Garden Talks”. Tanner’s style, lyrical content and overall attitude as expressed on this mixtape reflect a rapper trapped in the body of an R&B singer and a rockstar. His rich timbre and genre bending implies an influence of esteemed hip-hop singers. Combining soulful singing with

Mason Monroe and Haze present the visuals to “Crown” the first single from the project “Genesis”

Underground Tampa artist Mason Monroe has been on the prowl undercover for years all throughout the south and east coast. As an event curator and local promoter Mason has worked with his team to piece together shows and tours for artist such as Young Bans, Xavier Wulf, Famous Dex, Kid Trunks, Yund Simmie, Key!, and other major artist in aid of their early careers. From there they started creating a sound that can only be described as his own. The song “Crown” ft. Haze, is an introduction into the world of cadence and rhythm, in which he thrives in. 

Zoey The White Lioness – “Annihilation” – beautiful and brutal!

Zoey The White Lioness has the most incredible and unusual female voice you’ll hear this year. She can bring the heavy while keeping the melody in check, delivering thought provoking angst-filled lyrics. She’s amazing, really. The guitar riffs are tight, massive, and atmospheric, while, the presentation is both bombastic and stylish. A determined and fierce hard rock artist, Zoey strives to put out quality content complete with harsh realities, personal mental struggles, and songs of pure angst. The EP, “Annihilation” is an incredible effort by an incredibly original and talented woman. Zoey The White Lioness demonstrates that she has one

Swamp Doctor Drops Official Video for “Goodbye To Nashville”

Swamp Doctor’s second single “Goodbye To Nashville” is taken from his Debut Album ‘The Swamp Doctor’ released on Silverfox Records Internationally on the 21st August 2020. “Swamp Doctor’s voice puts me in mind of 70’s crooner/whistler Roger Whittaker, It’s so deep (it’s so deep) and has the same comforting tone that brings back childhood memories for me.” – Forever British Country  OFFICIAL LINKS: SILVERFOX RECORDS: YOUTUBE: FACEBOOK: APPLE MUSIC: AMAZON:

Neptyoon – “Laid Back” – expect moments of pure mesmerism on this track

Influenced by artists such Juice Wrld, 50 Cent, Future, Jay Z, Kevin Gates, Project Pat, Juicy J, and more, Neptyoon makes music that kids can, and do relate to. His brand new release is entitled “Laid Back” produced by CJ Beatz, LLC. Fueled by weed and chilling with his homie, Neptyoon recorded this track on a laptop in the heat of the moment. “Laid back getting high, yeah. I’m just tryna to smoke. Stay fly go away and die,” sings the rapper, as he makes his thoughts clear: “Life been getting to me. I don’t know which way 2 go.

G Angels – “Born” – a true genre-transpiring gem!

G Angels is an independent group that released their debut single “Never Confident” on 24th May 2020. The group consists of singer-songwriter Gleb, and composer, engineer, and sound producer Tosha, who initially made electronic music. The duo, who create in different styles and genres, released their second single, “Born” on July 24, and the track shows a remarkable amount of confidence. And that’s a fantastic thing for a new group. Through the atmospheric buildup of the opening bars, though the spectacular swirling verses, and right up to the aching choruses, the darkened atmosphere is as relentless as it is cohesive

Paolo Virdis is back on the scene with a new release: “Abisso” (Abyss)

Paolo Virdis is back on the scene with a new release: Abisso (Abyss). A brand new production with a tech feel and other influences. Artist and producer Paolo Virdis is back on the scene with a distinctive sound and a one-of-a-kind attitude. His most recent release is titled Abisso (Abyss), and it showcases some of his best creative output to date. The track has a distinctive beat and a nice layering of synth parts, reminiscent of techno, as well as trance music and other EDM currents. This production has a nice retro vibe, but it also feels compact and direct.

Brannon announces new album ‘Everyday Heroes’

Brannon announces new album ‘Everyday Heroes’. The 13 track album is a masterclass in acoustic rock songwriting  Brannon specializes in the type of classic, no frills songwriting that defies trends and speaks directly to the hearts of the listeners.  A collaboration between award winning lyricist Jonathon Brannon and ace studio vocalist David Cagle, the duo’s songs are filled with a rare authenticity and honesty, making them stand out from the crowd of their fame seeking peers.  With their new album, Brannon are proving the timeless appeal of a well-crafted song. Fans of old fashioned acoustic rock should take notice. Opening

J-Carter – “Hip-Hop Til I Die” – stunning gems of epic proportions

J-Carter is back with his 4th album, entitled “Hip-Hop Til I Die”. Set to drop at the end of July, this promises to be another whopping epic, containing something like 38 tracks of music. The album will proceed to shine a light on the many styles this artist is capable of bringing to the table – from Hip-hop, R&B, country, to pop, rock, and even the blues. J-Carter meticulous. Thanks to a bevy of thoughtfulness and remarkable craftsmanship, he has attracted a sizable audience with his previous releases. What he displayed as a lyricist and conceptual album constructor across all his long playing projects places the New Jersey wordsmith in the company of the genre’s brightest rising stars.

To observe J-Carter, is to view an artist who doesn’t dance to the industry’s tune. He takes his time crafting stunning gems of epic proportions. Rather than deliver a handful of throwaways, J-Carter serves up a fully flavored smorgasbord. “Hip-Hop Til I Die” is once again an exploration, but this time around, the journey is straight into the mind of J-Carter who observes the world from close-up and comments on its workings leaving no stone unturned, no matter how uneasy the topic.

In “Unborn Dead” he cuts straight through the controversial abortion issue. On “Own Your Skin Tone” he tackles the problems of self-appreciation, and accepting yourself for who you are. While in “No More Drinking”, he affronts the theme of alcoholism. Lyrically, J-Carter has elevated. He has also completely mastered the art of the memorable hook, and there isn’t a verse that isn’t filled with enthralling lyricism.

From the anthemic “World We Live In”, to the rockers “Real God’s Never Die” and “Keep Holding On”, to the soulful slow burner “Got Me Where U Want” and “Everything”, these songs are befitting of an album that doesn’t have the feel of compromised creativity.

“Hip-Hop Til I Die” is about the man, his thoughts, and what he chooses to share with the world. Honesty, the unapologetic kind, drives the project and can be heard on “I’m Spitting This”, “Modest Not The Hottest”, A Lyrical Addict” and “Get High For You”.

Setting a strong mood and creating a universe where wordy, layered lyricism can cut through the layers of melodic sound is a gift that few have. There are dynamic sounds, verses, and moments, while the album, keeps a consistent groove.

On an album where the tone is set by the rapper’s voice, the atmosphere often changes based on J-Carter’s approach. This is something he does on almost every track, as he moves from cinematic to dark and somber, and then to relentlessly urgent and upbeat to anthemic. He lets his thoughts and emotions take control of the album, as each song and feature seems well-placed and natural while the tracks flow seamlessly.

One of the best things about “Hip-Hop Til I Die”, is that J-Carter doesn’t seem to be chasing one specific sound. He seems to be creating what inspires him. It feels like he has reached a point in his life an artistry where he is in total control.

J-Carter delivers consistently strong rhymes on this album, while using the extended track list for a variety of beats. There’s an immediately gripping sound to “Ill Versus No Curses” while J-Carter brings a color out in his rhymes to keep the momentum on this track moving.

The rapper is rolling in a rhythmic heaven on “Bottom To The Top” through intoxicating percussion, driving guitars and a soaring hook. All the vintage hip hop pristine comes out on “Can’t Smile” as J-Carter delivers surprisingly appropriate and slowly blown out rhymes to ramp things up.

Across this album, the fluctuations of J-Carter’s voice provides an effect of multiple voices from different people that seem to match each and every featured artist on the tracklist. This album is an ambitious leap over J-Carter’s previous works, and encourages listeners to lose themselves within the artist’s thoughts.

Throughout “Hip-Hop Til I Die”, J-Carter’s effortlessly basks in both his poetic complexity and his rigorous rhyming stamina. The production is phenomenal, the songs themselves are memorable and wonderful in their own ways, and the project as a whole is the most bold and ambitious underground hip-hop album I’ve heard in a long time.


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