Saturday, April 18, 2015
One of the most underrated rappers out there to date, Noveliss, dropped the free four track EP, Rhyme. The lyricist from Detroit kills line after line over Prhyme instrumentals. And stay tuned for more on Noveliss + Clear Soul Forces and Fab5ive set to release on 4/28.
Last night I came across a new artist by the name of Quigley. One listen to her debut track, "Post Post Apocalypse" had me instantly hooked and kept mashing the repeat button while I wasn't busy dancing.
Quigley has been compared to FKA Twigs in terms of sound; and an even better comparison would be imagining "Prince collaborating with M83 and Kate Bush". With all of these similarities being thrown around, I'll toss in my own too, and say she sounds like a version of pumped up Lights.
Whatever it is, I like it and if any of the above artists mentioned are of your liking, you'll love Quigley.
With her latest track, "Lost Again", Quigley demonstrates a more playful sound with wisps of brilliance. In a song that I could easily see in some animated Disney movie, one thing is for sure: just take Quigley's hand and you'll never be lost again.
Getting instrumental with both words and murderous weapons, Chris Rivers drops his latest visual from off his 2014 EP "The Good King" with the Khardier Da God produced single "Steel Sharpens Steel" featuring Whipsers.
While Columbus, Ohio singer/songwriter T.Wong is preparing to release his upcoming album, "Journey", today he brings us his soulful gospel style title track single.
"Journey was birthed from wanting to convey the message of taking your own course through any negative opinions or innuendoes. It represents the cyclical process of the process that is life. Graduating from one journey to move to the next, and learning to enjoy the steps of each...." - T.Wong
Dedicated to the ones who are and those who want to be, "Truly Free", Chicago up comer Vee Miyagi's new single is a song about celebrating and owning yourself, pursuing your own happiness, and not being confined to cages of oppressive boundaries. This soul influenced track is produced by Spazzbot.exe serves as the fourth release from Vee's newest edition, "See( )" EP, coming later this Spring.
Along with his awaited "DANU" album, LA artist Pyramid Vritra looks to drop a new project with Quails Corner collective members, producers BigCat (Canada) and They Hate Change member John Harrison (Florida). For the first offering the trio connect with rapper Aditi to assist PV over the smooth going back drop for "Cardiac".
With the re-release of North Carolina MC K-Hill's 2005 classic album"Stamps of Approval" set to drop April 28th by Elementality Productions, the underground label helps spread the word with this dope drop of the 9th Wonder remix to "Top Prospect".
Making a return from studying at University of Oxford, Ohio artist sarob got inspired by a poem from Max Ehrmann and presents his latest single from his forthcoming album.
"The track is a sharp contrast to the rest of my album, but I wrote it to demonstrate the tension between wanting worldly things, e.g. "bitches and money," and appreciating the undying and intrinsic value of music--and of yourself. My album, the down., focuses on my battles with anxiety disorders; the tension shown in this particular song expresses my desire to alleviate my anxiety by choosing to chase extrinsic goals or to stay true to myself."