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Month: April 2017

ROMderful and Tendayi team up on spicy smooth “Only One”

Sundays are always controversial. Are you excited to get back in the groove of things on Monday? Sad the weekend is over? Or maybe you don’t care about Sundays at all– it’s just a regular day like all the regular days so who cares.  Maybe you’re living life to the fullest on Sunday. Slink your […] The post ROMderful and Tendayi team up on spicy smooth “Only One” appeared first on...

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Aris P delivers the theme song to your summer with “Play It Heart Or Play It Smart” [Premiere]

Chicago rhyme sayer, Aris P, is back with a sunny new single just in time for the summer season, “Play It Heart Or Play It Smart.” Featuring Ace Hashimoto (FKA brandUn Deshay), the Kero One produced track sees Aris flexing his lyrical abilities while advocating a life of following your heart instead of overthinking everything. […] The post Aris P delivers the theme song to your summer with “Play It Heart Or Play It Smart” [Premiere] appeared first on...

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Fugazi: In on the Kill Taker

If 1991 was The Year Punk Broke, and 1993 was when the underground had fully bubbled to the surface, between that, the world got Cliff Poncier, the singer of the band Citizen Dick in Cameron Crowe’s 1992 movie Singles. Cliff (played by Matt Dillon) is a musician in a band with Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard, and Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam, and has an album out on an independent label. To a large swath of America that was still getting used to Kurt Cobain’s face and R.E.M. winning Grammys, Cliff was the fictional bridge into the world of indie artists. He’s “like a renaissance man” we’re told, but it’s obvious he wants to make it big. Everybody wanted that, right? Alt was the new normal. Things had gone from “Our band could be your life” to stadium concerts opening up for rock legends and poisonous major label contracts. Nirvana followed up Nevermind with the Steve Albini-produced In Utero, former SST bands Dinosaur Jr., Sonic Youth, and the Meat Puppets enjoyed radio and MTV airtime, countless kids got copies of the No Alternative compilation, and grunge was officially a runway style thanks to Marc Jacobs. Fugazi’s independent scene had become a global phenomenon, funded, largely, by corporate money. Fugazi—reluctantly—turned into one of the last bands standing from the old guard of American punks. They became a band that mainstream kids...

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Sasha teams up with POLIÇA for “Out Of Time,” an emotional dance-floor scorcher

Sasha is a veteran artist in dance music— he is a DJ, a producer, an executive of his imprint label Last Night on Earth, and a Grammy-award nominee recipient. He reminds us yet again of his expertise with “Out of Time,” with his spacey yet structured beats that mesh beautifully with soft POLIÇA vocals. Released through Kompakt, the track […] The post Sasha teams up with POLIÇA for “Out Of Time,” an emotional dance-floor scorcher appeared first on...

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Fortunes. brings all the feels with their new EP 'Undress'

Two months ago we wrote about “Focus,” the second release off of Fortunes.’ upcoming EP titled Undress.  The New Zealand born yet Aussie living artists have released two EPs prior to this; one titled Hoodie and the other titled Jacket. For this EP, they peeled back the layers and I was lucky enough to get under the skin of […] The post Fortunes. brings all the feels with their new EP ‘Undress’ appeared first on...

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