Posted on: November 28, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Rootspence – “Hello Summer” leaves a strong impression of an authentic musician

Born Helio Sixpence in Malawi in 1983, Rootspence discovered his talent for music from a young age, championed by his church and school educators. And now, while half of the world is engaged with the freezing and restricting temperatures of winter, Rootspence, along with the rest of the planet says “Hello Summer”. This is the title of his freshly released 5-track EP. From Afrobeats to Dancehall, and Reggae, to Afropop,…

Posted on: November 25, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Baggalott – “Pit Stop” approaches songwriting with an open mind and a strong will

Baggalott’s single “Pit Stop” feels like an explicit, straight-talking lullaby. Scaling up and down, his rich vocals flutter as strong, dark synths keep his sound grounded. Incorporating intimate musings on sex and emotion into his lyrics, listening to Baggalott’s music feels like reading a diary filled with street tales and bedroom fantasies. A poet at heart, the rapper from Baton Rouge consistently approaches songwriting with an open mind and a…

Posted on: November 25, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

24k Melodies – “i hatE my life” weaves a web around listeners

Caleb Richardson, professionally known as 24k Melodies, is an aspiring artist from Syracuse, NY. He started to pursue his musical abilities around middle school, developing a love for sound that he could control. On hearing a beat, he would see an open canvas, which fitted his creativity and skills perfectly. He has loved making music since the 8th Grade. The single, “i hatE my life” is a sequel to his…

Posted on: November 23, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Cameron Pluto – “Cloud 9” – dreaming of a perfect romance

As my stage name, Cameron Pluto suggests, the themes of my songs tend to combine otherworldly and metaphysical concepts with everyday experiences around love, heartbreak, and healing. “Cloud 9” is written from the perspective of someone in the idealization phase of love, dreaming of a perfect romance. Together, with sonic influences from the legendary Janet Jackson, it sets the stage for a tragic, yet beautiful ending. OFFICIAL LINKS: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cameronpluto…

Posted on: November 23, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Vievanessa – “Walk On By” – old school vibes mixed with a contemporary pop edge

Vievanessa’s “Walk On By” defies industry standards as a LIVE vocal and guitar performance transformed into a dazzling soul/house remix of old school vibes mixed with a contemporary pop edge. The natural vocals in this rendition of the Dionne Warwick tune brings a classic energy that shows technology can still sometimes take a back seat to the soul of human performance on a radio-ready production. Inspired by an eclectic group…

Posted on: November 23, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

J.R.O.D. – “Illusions” provokes listeners to think deeper and inspire growth

This song was inspired by fear, the fear we face being our authentic selves. Fear of accomplishing our wildest dreams because we are afraid of judgment if we fail. The illusions in our minds that we must battle constantly. Once we defeat that fear we find purpose in our passions and can become our greatest selves. I make music that I hope helps heal people, I have been through some…

Posted on: November 23, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

NesKoH – “Da li je svijet?” (Is the world?) is extremely deep lyrically, very sincere and quite striking

“Is the world, is the world, even a little aware that it has everything? Does the world know how to be beautiful at least sometimes?” These are the questions that NesKoH (Nesko Hadžimuratović) – an artist, songwriter and singer, born and raised in Sarajevo – asks in his latest single, “Da li je svijet?” (Is the world?). Musically a departure from what he has done before, the song is presents a…

Posted on: November 22, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

$ey Wavey – “H.I.M” ties modern rap to the more aggressive sounds of yesteryear

$ey Wavey is an aspiring rapper from Queens NY, who has lived in GA for the last 11 years. A former drummer and trombonist, music has always been a part of his life since a young age. Eventually he tested his talents with the mic and has not looked back since.  “I make music to turn people up, and when they listen to me, I want them to get hyped,…

Posted on: November 20, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

“Someday” – a prime example of the depth and dynamic that makes Shout London so special

Music in the mainstream is frequently washed out and monotonous. It’s designed to appeal to the masses, hence with a simple formula. Shout London makes music that is just as catchy and accessible for the mainstream, but also deep and genuine. He writes songs that anyone can relate to and enjoy. On his latest single, “Someday” – the first released after a 7-year hiatus – Shout London has proven to…

Posted on: November 19, 2022 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

OR GOLAN – “Zarar” – a minimal synth inspired symphonic arrangement

OR GOLAN’s single “Zarar” could primarily sit comfortably in the ambient or soundtrack genres, but even with without percussion, it contains elements that make the music more compelling and engaging than is typically expected from the ambient genre, as well as significantly more progressive. OR GOLAN’s high standing in some circles of the underground electronic community is well deserved, as he has shown himself to be a very versatile composer…