House, Techno | Will Vance’s “Slow Drive” Goes Deeper Than Imagined, Shares Exclusive Interview

Posted by on March 10, 2017

Portland, Orgeon native Will Vance is on a roll lately with his recent creation of his EP for 2017 entitled Days Go By already making an impact with his first self titled release “Days Go By.” Will has gained the attention of many listeners, incorporating soothing atmospheric sounds with the smooth and creamy synth design that we’ve come to love. Will Vance is here to premiere his third track off of his EP entitled “Slow Drive.” Appropriately labeled, the tracks progression is nothing less than euphoric with his use of airy angelic vocal samples down to his rhythmic hi-hat patterns, this track is a perfect drive along song with it’s chilled out string leads and thumping drums, this producer is on his way to a successful start to 2017. “Slow Drive” is released out on Thnk Tnk Records a relatively diverse record label that pulls in styles from all genres, which gives Will the advantage of truly diving into his craft without having to be isolated to a specific sound.

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RnB | Dear Jane’s New “Dear Jane” Single & EP Is A Must Listen

Posted by on January 17, 2017

When No Requests sends us music, we listen. It’s rare that we hear an artist that immediately grabs our attention. Dear Jane (also known as Tammy Infusino) accomplished that, and then some. Her brand new “Dear Jane” EP produced by Nico Cary and Rafael Casal is six tracks of atmospheric, dark, and mysterious RnB that we can’t get enough of. A honest rendition of someone who can’t stop making bad decisions (we’ve all been there) Dear Jane’s “EP” and title track is a refreshingly raw project, exploring failed relationships, heartbreak, and instability. Did we mention you’ll have it on play for weeks to come?

Grab the free download courtesy of Dear Jane, here.

Dear Jane is a FNT artist to watch.

Pop | The Odds Collab With The Bronze Whale To Release “Call Me Out”

Posted by on November 15, 2016

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You ever press play on a record, forget what you’re listening, and 1 minute in, you ask yourself “what am I listening to? This is really good!,” that’s what I’m getting right now, vibing out to the latest from The Odds and the Bronze Whale’s “Call Me Out.” If you’re a fan of electric guitars and atmospheric RnB vibes, let this one ride out, hot damn, it’s so fucking sex, matter of fact, press play on their debut single “Best” it’s equally as good, making for a solid upcoming project, if we can expect one? Press play, this one’s a must listen!

Free Download: The Odds x Bronze Whale – Call Me Out

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Albums, Rap, RnB | Loick Essien: Terminal 5

Posted by on September 10, 2016

Terminal 5 is the latest project from Loick Essien, a singer/songwriter from London. Loick is widely known as one of the most talented acts from the U.K, and has achieved significant success across the pond and is now taking his craft to the US. This is an amazing full project, worth listening front to back, oh yeah, its also free for download, grab it here: Free Download

Hip-Hop, Rap | Kush Kelz Recruits Key! For His Latest Single “I Think The Neighbors Know”

Posted by on September 6, 2016

Kush Kelz is an upcoming New Jersey rapper who recently dropped his EP “I Think The Neighbors Know”. The track has a trickling piano melody that swoons you into the trap with Kush as paranoia sets in and he begins the think the neighbors know what he is up to. A day in the life with the rapper tells it all on this Myles William produced cut. Purchase his new EP from iTunes, it features Jim Jones, Ab-Soul, Key! and Kap G while production is handled by fellow New Jersey cronies Myles William and Dolla Baby.

Purchase “I Think The Neighbors Know” HERE

Hip-Hop, Trap | HIP-HOP | LEELEE HAXI DELIVERS THE FIRST SINGLE OFF HER DEBUT PROJECT

Posted by on August 17, 2016

 

LeeLee Haxi (formerly ‘Leah Haxhi’) has been dropping loose singles for the past couple of months and is finally blessing us with a full project next month. ‘Pull Up’ is the first release off of the debut, entitled ‘Until Then’, and its chill, late night riding vibes makes it a perfect summer track. Infusing hip-hop, trap and even elements of grunge, ‘Pull Up’ is a great illustration of how amorphous, unpredictable but at the same time comforting LeeLee’s sound can be. If this melodious trap experimentation is indicative of the sound on ‘Until Then’, the project is going to be a must listen. Be sure to listen/share ‘Pull Up’ and to follow LeeLee on her socials @LeeLeeHaxi to stay up to date with more singles and videos off the debut.

Albums, Indie | Cameron A G releases debut EP ‘Way Back Home’

Posted by on April 15, 2016


There’s a lot of music coming out of the UK as of late and we’ve shared Oxford based multi instrumentalist Cameron AG on the site before. Most recently he unveiled his debut EP Way Back Home. After receiving Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the world accolade, on Lost Direction, Cameron adds 2 new singles to the release. “Double Knot” and “Hold Your Crown” round out the 4 track EP. We caught cameron over on BBC Radio 1 the other day discussing the project. If you’re looking for a breakdown behind each track, be sure to have a listen.

Be on the lookout for more from Cameron.

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