Monthly Archives: May 2021

AUDIO: Sulestial – “RadioMan”

Electronic funk producer Sulestial’s latest single soars up and down like watching the sound waves on the digital stereo. Featuring a sample of an old radio transmission ad, the song gradually builds into a deep house/techno jam with some additional guitar work added to the shine. It’s a collage of different inspirations and ideas that just exemplifies how diverse Sulestial’s

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AUDIO: Rod Stench – “Compulsory Listening Volume 1: Smokin’ and Jokin'”

Electronic artist Rod Stench has a new EP out of original material. He delivers some extraordinary dance tunes from the dizzying buildup of “No, I Still Believe” to the colorful spiral of “For a Lock of Her Wig” to the lounge-friendly foot-tapper “Lonely Weekend BBQ.” Two of the tracks are remixes of his song “Eat Shit and Die Twice” from

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AUDIO: Rum Revere – “Town Hall”

Electronic sampler artist Rum Revere is already out with his second album of the year. Brock Gourlie created this body of work around phrases and conversations had from various town hall meetings. From talking about hookah lounges to flamingos to Batman to an ex-husband being the killer, it’ll amaze you what subjects get tossed around in the town hall. Rum

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AUDIO: Devin Drobka Trio – “Resorts”

Avant-garde jazz composer Devin Drobka enlisted bassist Aaron Darrell and pianist Matt Blair for his latest record. Inspired by the end of his last relationship, Drobka created this body of work as intentionally as one can, finding joy with each passing moment as the musicians connect with one another through fearlessness, urgency, and compassion. There’s a profound level of trust

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‘I Can’t Help’ by The HiCats Is About Everyday Thoughts, Struggles, and Achievements During Pandemic

‘I Can’t Help’ by The HiCats was the fastest song they have ever created. The band had another song scheduled to release around the same time but the video shoot was delayed. The artists say, ‘We were sitting on 6 completed songs before we even had the beat for ‘I Can’t Help’. We inquired about the beat from a local

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Maddhatr Sings About Choosing Between Love And Career in His Song ‘End of the Ocean’ 

A natural-born storyteller and award-winning poet, Alex Galli, aka. Maddhatr finds the perfect blend of pop appeal and experimental artistry in his songwriting. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Maddhatr’s signature, anthemic sound comes from an uncanny mixture of avant-garde instrumentation, instantly memorable melodies and uniquely mature and romantic plot lines. The name Maddhatr (Mad Hatter) is derived from the

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‘Making The Best Of My Time’ by Madi Simmons Will Inspire You to Live Your Life to the Fullest

Hailing from the United States, Madi Simmons is known to have entered the performing scene at the age of 16. He started out playing the drums, songwriting and singing. Throughout his life, Madi’s key musical influences have been Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, John Bonham, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Mainly known for playing the drums and having a strong vocal

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