You may say he is your cousin, and he could very well be, but for all intents and purposes, you can call him CuzN. A kissing CuzN? Well yeah, that’s kinda clever but we’re not talking about that, but we’re speaking of this. He is a multi-instrumentalist who sings and writes his own material, calling South England home but currently residing in Sydney, Australia, making down under his new home. He has released two EP’s so far and this one is from his latest effort, Little Victories, so have a listen to “Ordinary People.” The EP can be purchased through Amazon.com by clicking the cover below the video.
Monthly Archives: October 2015
VIDEO: Princess Chelsea’s “We Are Strangers”
The Great Cybernetic Depression, released earlier this year, is the latest album from Princess Chelsea but later in the year, they’re releasing a clip for one of its songs and they (song and video) are both of quality. Have a look at “We Are Strangers” and see how it opens you up. The video was put together by director Simon Ward.
VIDEO: NomiS featuring John Givez’s “Traffic”
Socially Just is the latest album from rapper NomiS and he will be releasing this on November 13th. For the time being, you can check out a slice of what he has come up with through his new video for “Traffic”, which also features John Givez. The album can be pre-ordered through Bandcamp and you’ll be able to get an immediate download of “Traffic” in your audio format of choice.
SOME STUFFS: New EP by Shotty streamed ahead of release
Shotty are a trio who split their time between the 206 and the 213 and for those who don’t know their area codes, that’s Seattle and Los Angeles. They’re now ready to release a new EP called Little Lady Death next week Friday but they’re giving everyone a chance to hear it now. Press play below and enjoy.
FREE DL: Tairrie B.’s “Wicked Witch Of The West Coast (Mediatrix Remix)”
There was a time when Kool Keith, as Poppa Large, considered himself the big shot of the East Coast. 25 years later, rapper Tairrie B. says she is the “Wicked Witch Of The West Coast” and considering it’s a Halloween weekend coming up, consider this the perfect time to check it out. The song is being presented here as a Mediatrix remix so have a listen and if you’re feeling this one, download it, free of charge.
VIDEO: Jackson Boone’s “Runaway”
Oregon singer/songwriter Jackson Boone made an album called Natural Changes (which you can check out below via Bandcamp) and he ve made the first video from it in the form of “Runaway”, a wonderful acoustic piece that will make you wish for warmer days but comfortable blankets for bone-chilling nights with a significant other.
BTW: while the press release states Boone is from “Portland”, he actually resides in Cannon Beach, a town south of Seaside, Oregon, about an hour’s drive west of Portland. The video was shot in Cannon Beach and if the scenery looks familiar, you’ll recognize it as being used in the film Goonies.
FREE DL: Semi Hendrix featuring Cee-Lo Green’s “Sex Pistol”
That collaboration between Ras Kass and Jack Splash enters a new level, as Semi Hendrix (their united moniker) welcomes in Cee-Lo Green into the mix. Yes, they gathered together to show their two-decade long friendship and now you can have a taste of the “Sex Pistol” and in the words of Apollonia, c’mon, kiss the gun.
VIDEO: Breeze Embalm featuring Amanda Maxine’s “Los Muertos”
Ozomatli once released a song called “Cumbia De Los Muertos”. 17 years later, Breeze Embalm gets down with a bit of “Los Muertos” with help from singer Amanda Maxine. You can check out the song and more songs from Breeze by checking out his Enbalming Fluid album below via Bandcamp.
VIDEO: Lawrence Rothman’s “Oz Vs. Eden”
If you’ve been looking for a pop song that sounds nothing like the lame pop that is plaguing the airwaves or digital medias these days, havea listen to “Oz Vs. Eden”. It’s a track by Lawrence Rothman that he made for the now times. As for the assisted voice, that is indeed Charli XCX.
VIDEO: D.Focis’ “Tippin Around”
Detroit rhyme man D.Focis has a new street album to share with you called XXL Freshman Vol. 1: Stating My Case and for it is a video directed by D.F. Visuals called “Tippin’ Around”. The street album can be sampled below via Bandcamp and if it is to your liking, download it, free of charge.