Alternative, Electronic, Future Trap, Indie | Moving Castle And Alizzz Team Up To Bring Us ‘Your Love’
Posted by VMan on November 12, 2015
We are absolutely obsessed with Alizzz. After finishing up his Australian tour and remixing Hoodboi’s “Shallow,” the Spanish producer is dropping his EP ‘Your Love’ with our boys over at Moving Castle.
funk shimmering synths. futuristic beat, subtly sexy element of funk
Posted by BIGLIFE on November 4, 2015
This is my first post of NoMBe, but oh my oh my, this guy is not messing around when it comes to writing amazing records. Everything from the songwriting, the melodic production, and the unreal drums, NoMBe is a force! I think this is one act to follow, and I simply don’t have the words to describe how much heat i’m hearing! I expect really big things from this star in the making!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on October 26, 2015
Nashville upstart Under Great Lights has released their latest single “4:20”. The unabashedly goofy song and video show off the bands lighthearted and funny side, a much needed reminder to not take life too seriously!
Watch the video above and click through to the Under Great Lights website to learn more about the music.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on October 8, 2015
Increasingly my day is eaten up listening to orchestral production, booming vocals, and high-BPM songs. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, simply an observation of music in the present day. When an artist pops on to my radar with a total departure from the “trending” and “happening” sound, I’m instantly enticed.
Son Little takes a stab at blending alternative, R&B, and soul music in to one on “Go Blue Blood Red”. The result is an exciting sonic mix with Little’s soothing vocals tying it all together.
Take a listen below and be sure to listen to the entire album here.
Posted by MK3 on October 8, 2015
There is nothing better than good music. The type of music that just grabs your soul and makes you want to share it with the world. The type of music we will still be listening to in 40 years. Richard Andrew, a Yonkers, NY native, better known by his stage name Outasight is making exactly that type of music.
Boogie is the most recent single off his forthcoming album’Big Trouble‘ which is his first project since parting ways with WMG and going independent. Despite the lack of funding and resources of being independent, Outasight has created a much more vibrant sound full of amazing instrumentation. With his previous singles from the new album having more of a funk feel to it, Boogie comes in heavy with rock influence but still has those good vibes that previous singles ‘Big Trouble‘ and ‘The Wild Life‘ have made us accustomed to.
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Posted by VMan on September 28, 2015
Premiered on Noisey, MOONZz’s “Satisfy” is an infectious one, and when it comes to the visuals, think a glitter filled moon piñata, and dudes chasing the LA based artist. Through out the Nick Andrews directed video , MOONZz is chased by dudes, though none tickle her fancy, demonstrating her freedom. Peep the visuals above, the song is a catchy one, it’d make for a dope hip hop sample.
Posted by MK3 on September 11, 2015
‘One Hit Wonder’. That one phrase that every artist has nightmares about. For the Yonkers, New York native Outasight, this was starting to become reality.
In 2012 everyone was listening to his single ‘Tonight Is The Night’; your older sister, your little cousin, your mom, even your grandfather knew ‘EVERYBODY GO!’. He was touring nationally, performed at the NHL All Star game and at the age of 29 had finally ‘made it’. Now what? He followed up with some very solid singles ‘Now or Never’ and my favorite, ‘Shine (featuring Chiddy Bang)’, off of the album ‘Nights Like These’. Unfortunately that doesn’t cut it when you had one of the biggest, if not the biggest song of that calendar year.
Over the last year Outasight has gone independent, moved from New York to Los Angeles and has a new sound. While his sound has always had undertones of positivity and good vibes masked by pop production, his new sound is funky as fuck. Catchy guitar riffs, old school horns, funky bass, mixed with some pop and not to mention the clever and catchy writing that got us all hooked on Outasight in the first place. We recently caught up with Outasight and here is what he had to say about moving to Los Angeles and how his new sound came together…
I moved to Los Angeles around a year ago and right away got into the more laid back attitude. I would just throw little parties and bbq’s and the soundtrack was a bunch of 70’s and 80’s funk . I started jamming a bunch with my buddies Cook and Shiben, and everything turned out real funky. The Wild Life was the first track we made, and behind the scenes it ended up getting a bunch of opportunities. The whole process just felt real natural. The record has horns everywhere courtesy of my man Carlos Sosa, it just jams. I’m excited to share it with everyone.
A few months back he debuted his new sound with the single ‘The Wild Life’ which found its way on to the latest run of Bud Light Lime commercials. Today, we get the self titled track off his forthcoming project ‘Big Trouble’. This single is refreshing. If you don’t immediately add this to your summer, beach, or pool playlist you’re missing out.
With music like this you can expect your mother, grandfather, little cousin and older sister will be singing Outasight again very, very soon.
Be sure to Pre-Order his new alum ‘Big Trouble’ on iTunes NOW!