Quad – “Love” embellishes each track with his personal revelations

Based in the south of Chicago, Quad started making music when he was around 14 years old and started taking it artistically seriously two years later. He produces, records, mixes and masters, using only a Blue Yeti microphone and FL Studios. So far Quad has written over 300 songs and released 1 EP, 1 Album and 8 singles. Currently training as an audio engineer at SAE University in Chicago, Quad explained that his latest album “Love” describes his personal understanding of the sentiment. The album “Love” was written and recorded over the course of 2 months after Quad was electrocuted

Acemattz & Bipha shine on “Tshanana”

Watching Acemattz & Bipha perform in any of their videos is like watching friends realize they’re onto something big time. They are accomplished rappers individually, on their own terms, and as collaborators, as a unit, their styles gel perfectly. They’re not just comfortable performing together—they are feeding off of each other, refusing to be one-upped, beaming and grinning and head-bobbing as they take turns impressing one another. By the end of each of their performances, their formation into a real show-stopping combination seems inevitable. In the new wave rap scene, there is plenty of talent to go around, Acemattz &

FuzzKill – “The Get Better” reaches all the expected heights!

FuzzKill is a four-piece rock band that started in Boston, MA. Introduced to one another through musical theatre, the band’s sound is firmly rooted in early 2000’s pop-punk influences. They released their debut studio album, “Happen”, in early 2019, and their sophomore album, “The Get Better”, just dropped on September 19th 2020. We have all heard the biggest punk bands of the 90’s and early 00’s. Their music mainly consisted of driving drums, distorted pop-punk guitar work and a set of memorable lyrics to go with the angst-filled high energy vocals. Today punk bands are a rarity, and any good

Dan Friese – ‘Jane Songs’ is something to be treasured!

Dan Friese is an Oregon-based songwriter, performer and multi-instrumentalist. In April of 2020, he released his debut EP, ‘Happiness’, a collection of self-reflective psychedelic indie-folk tracks. His first full-length effort, ‘Jane Songs’, was released on September 18th, and is available on all major platforms, along with the singles “Streetlight” and “I Can’t Say”. There’s a lot to appreciate on the new album, and Dan’s voice is arguably the most attractive aspect. Moreover, his vocals are often enhanced by inspiring songwriting and raw emotion, not to mention a wealth of down to earth acoustic guitar strumming. Dan Friese has an organic,

INTERVIEW: C.E.N. – the voice of the people

Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and currently a resident of Dallas, Texas, C.E.N’s natural proficiency over poetry allowed him to produce meaningful and profound lyrics. Although he initially took the initiative to become a music artist for fame and fortune, he later realized that all he desires as a musician is to be respected and valued for the art he brings to the table. His music is deep lyrically and spiritually. Can you tell us a bit about where you come from and how you got started? C.E.N.: I was born in Oklahoma City, OK, and was raised in a

Hitrocker – “Project One” – breathtaking sound design!

Hitrocker is a German based producer who creates mainly within the EDM subgenres of House, Electro and Deep House. His first album, entitled “Project One” was released at the end of July, while “Project Two” is also out now. When I clicked on the playlist of “Project One”, I was met with song titles that were merely numbers – such as “Project 1.1” or “Project One.Four”. This falsely led me to expect generically themed instrumentals, simply meant to rock the dancefloor. Wrong. Well not totally. They do rock the dancefloor. But they also do a whole lot more. These are

Rashod Holmes Announces New Single ‘The One’

The soul singer relives how he met his wife and started his family on a tender new song. Rashod Holmes is known for bringing romance to life with his evocative voice, but he has never told as personal a story as the one he tells with his latest single. ‘The One’ is a true life love story that acknowledges the struggles and triumphs that go into building a long-lasting relationship. “I found the one for me” Rashod sings. “She is the girl of my dreams.” While Rashod is convinced that he has found the perfect partner, there is much more

Billy Ray Rock – “Get The Funk”- hitting up all the classic tenets of funk

Washington State Singer-Bassist, Billy Ray Rock, plays more than 10 instruments and produces and performs every instrument you hear in his music. From Rock to R&B and Dance, Billy delivers them all. His single “Get The Funk”, simply adds another delicious flavor to his sonic menu. His unearthly bass chops, resonant vocal wobble and inner funk DNA is scorching hot, while it straddles the genre’s trademark grooves. Blaring horns and slapping drums accompanies the party-styled adlibs, as the track treads its momentum. If you’re looking the glossy high-tech dance-club funk perpetuated by bands like Chromeo, then this is not the

Vincent Krennerich – “Verlassene Stadt” – plenty of delicate aural color

Vincent Krennerich is a composer, songwriter and pianist from Germany. The artist, who has featured on our pages before, has released his double-side single, entitled, “Verlassene Stadt”, which translated, would mean ‘abandoned city’. The second track, contained in this set, is called “Morgengrauen”, which in English, would mean ‘dawn’. However if you heard these compositions, there would be no need to translate them, as Krennerich’s music describes itself rather poignantly. Though stripped back and basic solo piano, the key to the success of both these recordings, is the propensity Vincent Krennerich has in composing subtly fine melodies. Both tracks have

Hybrid Blues fuses stellar musicianship, heartfelt songwriting and soul-stirring vocals

Out of Aotearoa (New Zealand), Hybrid Blues are a 4-piece band, made up of Mike Everard (guitars, vocals), Adam Pendred (bass), Mark Schaumann (drums) and award winning front-man, singer-songwriter Roy Hudson. The band signed to SGNB Records USA, has just released its self-titled blues-based album. No two songs on “Hybrid Blues” sound the same. The record not only showcases Roy’s abilities as a singer and a songwriter, but also highlights the wide range of influences that have impacted on his music. The album takes you in so many different dynamic directions that it can feel a little dizzying, while the

Goldmouth Comes out Crisp, Fast and Clean, with Beautiful Beats

Goldmouth is a Rap/Hip-Hop Artist from Birmingham, AL who is starting to make major waves within the music scene. From going on tour in the Midwest for Project Pats Cheeze & Dope Tour, causing a buzz in the Atlanta music scene, and with a newly released single “I’m Going In” now on rotation at Be100 Radio, Goldmouth is a Hometown favorite who will soon be a household name.

The “I’m Going In” Music Video will also be released in September. Goldmouth is currently in the works of collaborating with celebrity stylist, Stevie Boi (www.stevieboi.com), to create a Fashion Line of Sunglasses. Designer Stevie Boi currently works with Lady GaGa, and his line has been worn by celebrities ranging from Fergie, Amber Rose and Beyonce to P.Diddy and many more.

Goldmouth may shout a bit when he raps but he knows how to throw down. He cuts to the chase. No intro, just a rugged song introducing him.” I’m Going In” has a backbreaking beat with its thumping kick drum and handclapping excursions, basically telling you who Goldmouth is, and he keeps up his tight style throughout his songs.

“Keep It Hood” with its monotone sounding piano and sounds in the back, sees Goldmouth spitting explicit lyrics, but it’s one of those tunes where the production, layout and chorus are so perfect, that you care not about the abrasive content in his words. You just groove to his grind.

Goldmouth is down to earth and has intellect and street truth in his lyrics. He could even be a teacher, as he raps about hoes and relationships on a track called “I’m So Glad”. He actually kills it on this one, aided by a great vocal line and some solid production by Zee Calvin.

This dude can flow relentlessly over banging beats and can get real hardcore and hotheaded in tracks like “I’mma Boss”.  Running through his catalog, you realize that Goldmouth has delivered some solid efforts thus far. He’s as refined and confident as a pro who’s been in the game for years and has a flow that can rival just about anyone. His rapping comes out crisp, fast and clean, with beautiful beats to go along with it.

Goldmouth is original, charismatic, and energetic. His flow is sick and his delivery is wicked. Many rappers out there lack too many things. They either have a good beat, but lack lyrical skill, or they have good lyrical skill, but lack beat and flow. Well not Goldmouth, he delivers all, incredibly well.

It’s been said that it’s very hard to reach the upper ranks of the entertainment world without being at least a little bit arrogant about your abilities, so Goldmouth’s growing self-confidence seems poised for success. What’s surprising is that even in the midst of his swaggering bravado, Goldmouth still manages to drop a great amount of brightly shining jewels along the way!

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