Nature sure seems to want us all dead these days. But is this really a surprise? I don't think so. What's really a surprise is the fact that 9 o'clock Nasty has returned, and with a brilliant genre mash-up that promises an exciting new addition to the Nasty resumé.
"Living in Fear" is a different step for LTB, but one that works just as well as the guitar-driven "Slow Down" and it's amazing to go through this journey and see Logan trying new aesthetics this early on in his career.
That's right my friends, a rendition of Rod Stewart's massive single will soon hit the shelves. A wonderful production by Canadian artist Nasmore, and a top-tier performance by artists Johnny and Neil Taylor.
Eric Cohen has been releasing music for the last 3 years. Recorded in his basement and mixed and mastered by Uptown Productions, Cohen has expressed that he felt like he was stepping out of his shell a bit on this single regarding singing some vocals. He modestly purports that he wouldn't consider himself a vocalist.
"Love Highway" by Proklaim shines like a concentrated dose of pleasant summer weekends with bright sax melodies and African rhythms.
MUNGMUNG questions it all as she partakes in that cursed internet party, witnessing how people, particularly young ones, are trapped in the absurdity of valuing themselves in numbers.
"Grind" hit the steaming market last Friday on 07-28-2023 and picks up musically right where "Paradise" left off. Don Drago's flow is infectious and smooth.
The brand new self-titled single, “We call it Junk,”by JUNK has been released to help clarify things for our armchair critics. Bless their hearts.
Bloodlin3's debut album "Mercy", the 9-track collection of outstanding beats and bold rhymes with a total runtime of roughly 40 minutes.