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Archive for October 21st, 2012
Posted on October 21, 2012 | No CommentsDotmatic will release the conclusion in his Lullabies series October 29, Lullabies for Fall. The ending of one thing, as usual, is the beginning of another and such is the case with Dotmatic. We're introduced to his collaborative effort with Pia Ercole as The Kinesiis Project, which sounds terrific and definitely has us wanting more! PreOrder the album HERE and prepare for The Kinesiis Project
Posted on October 21, 2012 | No CommentsSeventeen years after their first release, " the original grand masters of sonic sound" The Herbaliser return with their seventh studio album There Were Seven. The album hits the US on Oct.22 and is the same hip hop infused, funk filled middle finger to mainstream music that you're used to from this crew. Check out a minimix of the album HERE and get ready!
Posted on October 21, 2012 | No CommentsStacycen and producer Koen finally reveal their Never Too Late EP after woodshedding for a year and a half. They describe their sound as "a warm and jazzy beat with lots of swing" and upon pressing play you'll be inclined to agree. Never Too Late is an "name your price" EP that you can grab HERE and begin to imagine what a full length from these two would sound like.
Posted on October 21, 2012 | No CommentsThere's a new name to add to the long line of recent guitar wielding rock & soul slingers, Gary Clark Jr. Much like his contemporaries: Van Hunt, Lenny Kravitz, Martin Luther and Cody Chestnutt, this brother can craft and sing a ballad like no one's business and this gem from his Daytrotter Sessions is proof positive. I began to see the buzz on this brother maybe 2 months ago, but now he has my attention and deserves yours as well. Grab the Daytrotter Sessions HERE
Posted on October 21, 2012 | No CommentsRace the Sun is the first experience many of us will have of South African composer/producer Seth Williams. His EP, Journey To Love will be released soon to provide more insight into the musical mind of this son of an opera singer. Race the Sun is a melodic musical journey that will invoke comparisons to Madlib's Yesterday's New Quintet but is definitely in it's own lane. Shouts out to Duane Powell for the heads up, grab the track HERE and stay tuned for more info
Posted on October 21, 2012 | No CommentsIpswich producers Cellar Door & Deadpoole connect to form DeadCellar and release their self titled EP as a “name your own price” release on...
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