Las Vegas pop-rapper Rockie Brown is a young woman trying to find her way in a world that isn’t always friendly, so seeking solidarity in the sisterhood is something that has proven important in her experience. Her latest single, ‘Soul Sister Retribution’, is an anthem of empowerment and a call to arms for all those girls and women out there who feel ignored, or not accepted as part of the system.
Greg Hoy can do it all. He’s a singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer, designer, and he’s an indie label owner. He’s released loads of music under many different names and styles, including pop, rockabilly, and heavy riff rock, working on both sides of the studio glass. He tours when he feels like it, jumping into his Airstream RV and letting it take him where he needs to go.
Listening to ‘Roses From Blood’, by tAngerinecAt you’d be forgiven for not knowing what instrument is creating the eerie sound that falls somewhere between that of a viola and accordion, with a bit of a synth vibe. That instrument is in fact the hurdy-gurdy, and Ukrainian-born Eugene Purpurovsky of tAngerinecAt is a dab hand at making music with it.
Aaron Ross and Spencer Seim were once upon a time in the massively popular group, Hella. The pair have been friends, and fans of each other’s music, since their teens, going all the way back to the 1990s. Coming together as SoloS, the duo released their debut album ‘Beast Of Both Worlds’ in 2012, which they then immediately followed up by recording a 6 track EP of demos. For whatever reason, the EP was never released…until now. ‘SoloS’ will be released on April 17 through Dowd Records.
Oakland California band Whiskerman formed seven years ago, and have established for themselves a formidable reputation, based on their incredible songwriting and lyricism, and stupendous live performance. Their latest single, ‘Belly Of The Beast’, comes ahead of their new album, ‘Kingdom Illusions’, set for release on March 6.
Mark Davison, has been fiercely independent since forever, and as front man of Nuke The Soup, certainly knows how to make a statement. On the band’s album, ‘Deeper’, released in 2018, they ruminate on politics, commercialism, global warming, personal relationships – and the state of the world. Nothing major really! Their aim is to make you think, despite how uncomfortable it may make you feel.
Izzy Ice is a Brooklyn rapper on the way to superstardom. His latest release, ‘Cake Up’, has already been playlisted by the likes of Da Baby, and Fat Joe, as well as Jersey Shore TV icon, DJ Pauly D, who has shown the track some love in his live sets. In fact, ‘Cake Up’, has already been added to more than 220 playlists, including Global Hits 220.
twocolors came together in 2015, when Pierro and Emil met at a party in Berlin. Writing and producing together, the pair have a unique style, mixing electronica and pop, which sees their individual talents coming together to create exciting and powerful music. Their previous single, ‘Follow You’, which featured Muringa, has so far exceeded 13 million Spotify streams, and has seen more than 3.4 million views on YouTube.
The first thing you notice about the music video for Justin Bieber’s latest single, ‘Yummy’, is the colour. From Bieber himself, bedecked in the faintest of pinks Drew hoodie, with candy floss coloured hair, to the rest of his crew, who could have walked straight off the pages of a Pantone colour guide.