July 20th, 2016 / Comments Off on New album from A June & J Beat – Take My Soul / by Mog/
From Colombia to South Korea Jazz Hop duo A June & J Beat link up with London based Label Cult Classic Records for their latest release ‘Take My Soul’ a medley of Hip Hop, Jazz and Soul. The 8 track Instrumental EP is perfect for the summer mood.
genre: HIP-HOP, HIP-HOP/RAP, INSTRUMENTAL HIP-HOP, JAZZ
1.Be Funny (Intro) 01:38
2.I Don’t Know 03:18
3.Remember Me 02:53
4.Something to Listen to 03:00
5.Touch My Soul 03:56
6.Turn Down The Volume 02:47
7.Shining Bright 03:50
8.Keep The Memory (Outro) 00:48
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July 19th, 2016 / Comments Off on New track from Darling Cora – Yearn / by Mog/
Yearn’ is one of the simplest tunes on the album, and is also the most heartfelt and optimistic. It is about being in love with someone who you so strongly believe is your destiny and future, to the point where you have such faith that they will return to you when the time is right. Is this a song about true love? Maybe, maybe not. But it certainly is about as honest and sincere a longing for it (true love) as there can be, whether grounded in reality or not. With my project Darling Cora I’ve looked to blend and bend genres to create evocative, well-crafted songs that please both head and heart. My forthcoming album is a time capsule into my years as a young woman figuring out matters of the heart, especially to do with love — the good, the bad, the sweet, and the ugly. I wrote about different facets of loving, and how its lack or excess can wear upon the heart and psyche.
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July 19th, 2016 / Comments Off on New album from Wess Meets West – Wess Meets West – Audiotree Live / by Mog/
Wess Meets West is a defiantly optimistic instrumental rock/metal band which began 10 years ago as the project of lead guitarist Sam Stauff. They originated as a singer-less outfit but over time have introduced sparse vocals to guide themes and boost the dynamic presence of certain songs. As they’ve evolved, Wess Meets West have incorporated electronic samples to brighten and expand texture and provide a denser backdrop upon which to shred, breakdown and groove. The result is a flood of constantly shifting melodies that are connected by fluid motifs.
genre: ELECTRONIC, POST-ROCK, ROCK
1.64 Bristol 04:14 video
2.Is There Anything Else, Charles? 06:15
3.We Marvel At Man’s Machines 06:26
4.These Will All Be Stories 04:05
5.A Well Driller’s Son 08:43
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July 19th, 2016 / Comments Off on New track from Castle Pines – I Saw You On The Radio / by Mog/
Angry and afraid, the protagonist of the song proclaims “radio” as a debunk form of communication. The “Radio” is an empty void and the images imagined are prolifically dead. Castle Pines is a four-piece alt-rock group from Corona, CA. Members include Leandro Barrientos (vocalist), Ricky Garvey (lead guitarist), Sterling Fairfield (percussionist) and Jesse Briseno (bassist). Crafting songs that are authentic and catchy, yet musically complex and profound, Castle Pines reflects the generation of alternative. Forming the band out of the angst of losing his families home in the 2008 housing market crash, Leandro Barrientos and Sterling Fairfield decided on writing music to create a new home. Castle Pines Way, the street where the now-homeless Leandro used to live, became the name of the band and the fuel that pushed the music. Having all met while living at the “Castle Pines” house and picking up their respective instruments there, they formed the band as remembrance and tribute to a time that had already passed them. The band writes partly based off of their influences; growing up in Corona, CA they were exposed to punk, hardcore, metal, thrash, emo and everything in between at the now-defunct Showcase Theater. Growing up getting black eyes in the pit and experiencing the raw force of live, aggressive music, the band channeled these experiences into their own tunes and songwriting. They have been busy working on building up their local hometown scene by supporting other bands in the area and playing hundreds of shows over the last four years. They maintain an active presence in their music and arts community of the Inland Empire, having been a part of local music festivals and benefit shows, as well as charity; the band performed at the #BeerforSB Benefit Show 2015, raising over $100,000 in funds for the victims of the San Bernardino Shooting.
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July 19th, 2016 / Comments Off on New album from Baffqrd – Klamsi / by Mog/
I wrote on this album for a few years and I recorded it finally. This was made in an old barn near to the baltic sea. I mixed some old field recordings I made to it, like when I was in Nanjing or worked at a nobility ball night. I don’t have much more to say about it, because I think, that the album tells much of its story itself.
4.N. Rampone 15:11
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