The Monolith is about to release a new album on AR Classic Records called Darwin’s Frankenstein and this is a hint of what’s to come on August 18th. This is titled “Good Night For A Daydream”, nicely produced by Rain.
“Astari Nite channels an obscure beauty in the crossfire between new-wave and post-punk” is what the press releases says but do want to believe it? I’m dingling a new track from them so I am hopeful it is enough to convince you to take a listen. It is from their latest EP Dreams Of Majesty (Cleopatra Records (US)/Danse Macabre (Europe)) and is the second single from it.
When was the last time you’ve been to a Sizzler restaurant? When was the last time you visited the midtown Sizzler? Do you even have a Sizzler near you, or even a midtown? Maybe this song has nothing to do with either but Seattle’s Stag want to prove something to you with their track, grab a slice of Texas toast or don’t even bother to bring a fork. This is “Midtown Sizzler” and perhaps it is here for you to be satisfied in your own way. The full album will be out on August 4th,
“Coconut, Rum And Banana” sounds like a great drink, if not a pie but Demure For Sure say it has the potential to be a great song. Do you agree? Have a listen and see how it works for you, for those who are into pure pop for now people.
The ever-impressive Eternia went back to the 1990’s to revive an incredible classic to remind people how nice hip-hop used to be. It’s an update/upgrade to “Broken Language” and it makes me wish all of hip-hop in 2017 was this as intense as this song.
There was a time when the Jungle Brothers spoke about being straight out the jungle. 27 years later, New York City may be cleaner and arguably nicer but Endemic Emerald and Skanks The Rap Martyr speak on the pride of the boroughs with “Straight Out Da NYC”. where they were able to team up with Shatike and Rim. The song is a hint of the forthcoming album due out on May 30th called Rapsploitation (No Cure/IDC).
Do not call this a comeback, for Adam Reverie has been here for years but he has a new track for you and he wants to share it with you. This one was produced by Clyde Strokes and it’s about having a “Passion” for it that can’t be denied. Now listen to this and don’t deny its power.
This is not just a mere collaboration, this is an adventure and what an adventure this is. From Michigan is James Gardin, who worked with French producer Terem to do a song called “GO!”, which may have been done with a winter mentality but with hope that better things are ahead. More music from them will be on its way.
Brand new from my homeland is an EP by Creed Chameleon and he calls this one Sarah Nades. This new 7-song set was released yesterday and features a bit of help from Prie, cnrboy and Young Matt and even has a nice track called “Sleepless In Seattle”. The EP is free of charge but by all means, please use the “Name Your Price” option to show a bit of aloha for this great MC, it would be appreciated.
It has been eight years since 20 Minute Loop came out with an album but they are returning with something new on February called Songs Praising The Mutant Race. Have a listen to the first track being released from it, it’s called “Mercury Vapor”.