London artist Pallab Sarker’s new single “Morning in Brixton” is a powerful indie rock song that describes the bustling London suburb. The song is sweet and well composed reminding on of Ed Sheeran or even Ben Harper. Morning in Brixton’s music is earnest and has a great harmony which will resound in listeners’ brains long after the track ceases. Continue reading “Pallab Sarker – Morning in Brixton”
Modiphius Entertainment, publisher of the Star Trek, Achtung! Cthulhu, Mutant Chronicles, Conan, Infinity and John Carter of Mars roleplaying games, is thrilled to announce today that Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, the first tabletop miniatures game based on the Fallout universe, is currently in development and is set to release November 2017. Continue reading “Fallout Miniatures Table-Top Game Releasing November, 2017”
The idea behind this books seems a mix of cynicism and the morbid – running a series of excerpts from rock star bios focusing entirely on their drug stories. In realty, if we’re being honest, it actually makes for a wildly entertaining read. Continue reading “Smoke Snort Swallow Shoot by Jacob Hoye”
The bass-less trio, Date Night With Brian, make up for the missing instrument with solid drumming and a brilliant two guitar attack plan. The Seattle group combines a fantastic mix of classic ‘90s alt rocks influences (all the greats like Dinosaur Jr., Sonic Youth and Meat Puppets) with infectious hooks that keep the songs with you long after you’ve stopped listening. Continue reading “Date Night With Brian – EP (CD)”
Mel’s Love’s latest single “It’s Over” features 1990’s legend Da Brat and it’s amazing! The single blends together a old school club sound with Da Brat hip hop style, the song is fun and keeps you dancing along the whole time. It kind of reminds you of someone like Fedde LeGrand or Benny Bennassi with the dance rhythms and deep bass. I really enjoyed this release and could see it becoming a club hit internationally. I hope to hear more from Mel’s Love in the future!
Mels Love Featuring Da Brat – It’s Over / https://twitter.com/melslovemusic
J Jesus is a London based Christian artist that is preparing to release his new album “Higher Purpose”. The music has a soft reggae sound mixed with indie rock like vocals, very different from the traditional artists in this genre. His voice is smooth and allows the love for his music to come to life in each song. The composition is nice and clear allowing the artists vocal talent to really shine, but the music is complementary as well. I think that J Jesus has a good chance to make an impression on his new and old fan with this album and I hope to hear it’s full release soon!
J Jesus – Higher Purpose / http://www.facebook.com/jjesusmusic
London native Flowz Flowetry has released a new single with Chase Inferno called “Away”. The song has a distinct hip hop, R&B, and reggae blend, Flowz’s vocals are highlighted by the beat and it stays interesting the whole song. The vocals are a mixture of rap and R&B styles and are perfectly matched in the composition. If I were going to suggest Flowz Flowetry to a fan group; I would say followers of Chris Brown or Trey Songz will like him the most. I look forward to hearing more from him soon! Continue reading “Flowz Flowetry feat. Chase Inferno – Away”
“You’ll Never Fix My Heart” is the latest single from Malea, it’s a heartfult confessional with powerfully worded lyrics and gentle indie rock sounds. Malea’s voice is haunting and beautiful allowing the story to unfold while showing her vocal abilities. The production and mastering is clean with the music an vocals being perfectly balanced . I f I were to recommend Malea to a fan base I would say people who like Adele or Lana del Ray would enjoy her music. I look forward to hearing more from Malea over the course of the next year.
MALEA “You’ll Never Fix My Heart” / http://malea.com/
Ricky Official’s newest single “Work In Progression” is an absolute banger. Ricky has really found his groove with this single, it’s definitely a great presentation of the current hip hop culture. Ricky’s vocals and rapping is tight, he keeps a good flow through the song keeping listeners hooked from the start. Continue reading “Ricky Official “Work in Progression””
Electric 5 has released a new single, a cover of the cult classic “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley. The song my be the same in name but Electric 5 has totally taken it to a new and exciting level. Her soulful vocals mixed with the sinister sounds of the violin, create a edgier and darker “Crazy”. I think fans of Lindsay Sterling would enjoy Electric 5’s classical approach to this song. The video is also very impressive, it is witty and really matches the tone of the song well. I look forward to hearing more from this artist in the future.
ELECTRIC 5 – Crazy / http://www.electric-5.com/