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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Mason Way & Blacky Kev - R.P.M. The Mixtape review

Year : 2014
Genre : Hip Hop 
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

Relentlessly productive Mason Way and his prime collaborator Blacky Kev hardly bid farewell to two consecutive months without delivering a fresh mixtape in the process, as you surely must have noticed in case you frequent the hip hop segment of these pages. The duo is notorious of exhibiting an insatiable interest in all social dynamics that are relatable in some or all ways to the due courting of women: while this particular trademark theme-selection is still a fervent/virulent component on this freshest to date mixtape, a definite shift towards a more rigorously paced rapping similarly is observable. This fresh development reveals 12 entries delivered along a healthy EP length of 32 minutes. In the context of the mere backdrops, these contributions exhibit less movement and experimentive tendencies then you'd normally expect to hear from the duo and their current featurettes, yet a more orthodox display of laid back flow and word pacing showcases a surprising level of command the ensemble enjoys when it comes to standard 4/4 pulsations. Once the creative juices - pun might be very well intended - start flowing, it is hard to stop, and why would you. The exemplary productivity of the duo is something you want to keep an eye on - just make sure you'll have something to wipe the slime off with afterwards.

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Five Townz - Mama Told Me Not To Come track review


The track "Mama Told Me Not To Come" summons a tasteful narrative coalition of Timothy Leary-era soft rock psychedelia and golden era Beatles, although I can image that there are sentient beings AND Beatles aficionados fervent enough to question the implication that the Beatles had anything else than a prolonged golden era. Not too hard to have JUST that when you and Ringo are on so much LSD that you need to maneuver him off the ceiling using butterfly catchers. Five Townz's music is re-invigorated retroid viscera, realized with particularly efficient vocal performances and highly tolerable glam rock affectations. They never go "Elton, you are embarrASSing yourself", while the lead singer is capable to belt out so convincing and powerful - well - melodic jells that enjoy instant approval from mid range master shouters like "teh" Butch Balich or the Peter Steele. '70s playful psychedelic viscera, realized with recent production standards. An immediate recommendation for your listening pleasure. Check out the band at their official Facebook here.

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Saturday, April 12, 2014

YUCA - Maybe we'll riot (Official video)



Talented YUCA releases music video. If interested, you can read a review of their full length here.

This is the Official Music Video for YUCA's newest single "Maybe we'll riot" taken from their latest album "Rebuilding the fallen empire".

Rebuilding the fallen empire available to buy here: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/reb...
Or on bandcamp here: http://yuca.bandcamp.com/album/rebuil...
Band website: http://www.yuca.ca/

Copyright YUCA 2014
Rising Empire Records

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Thursday, April 3, 2014

a lot to suffer - my soul pornstar



Lyrics :

I am the cornerstone
of your integrity
while you
sleeping away
your spirituality

I only wanted to love
discard the contradiction
I always wanted to see
what's inside your affection
I always wanted to feel you

oh yes, oh yes
I always called your name
but you were sleeping every day
never knew your game
never seen how
loving you was real

so do sleep 1000 years more
my love
you will have a lot to suffer

if you will ever wake
if you choose to sleep
I'll be after you
find my way there
but you will, baby -
have a lot to suffer

I am the cornerstone
of your integrity
while you
sleeping away
your spirituality

so do sleep 1000 years more
my love
you will have a lot to suffer

I only wanted to love
discard the contradiction
I always wanted to see
what's inside your affection
I always wanted to feel you

oh yes, oh yes
I always called your name
but you were sleeping every day
never knew your game
never seen how
loving you was real

so do sleep 1000 years more
my love
you will have a lot to suffer

you are my soul pornstar

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USRE - This Is Texas EDM review

Year : 2014
Genre : Progressive House
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

This review starts out with a verbatim quotation chunk taken from a related promotional snippet.

USRE has set out to change the face of EDM with a Texas flair, celebrating his roots in the UNT Jazz Program. His big house melodic style embraces popular and hip hop music of the last decade, with a nod to the forerunners of the genre: Afrojack, Hardwell, Dyro, and Zedd. Bearing the famed Fort Worth "Molly" Longhorn resemblance in his logo, USRE has already found national and international air play with a few of his themed mixes for the summer, including "Special Reserve," "100% Agave," "Dark Horse," "Churchtastic," and "Smashed Summer."

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Carry Illinois - Self-Titled EP review

Year : 2014
Genre : Southern Rock with a Doom Drone/Shoegaze fascination
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

Though Texas-based Carry Illinois doubtless is Southern to the core, the ensemble is capable to instill more varied and intriguing colors into their compositions as "mere" southern rock conventions would require. The EP has an almost Funeral Doom - as in the extreme genre - feel to it, courtesy of the relentless and clever utilization of well handled analog instruments like tormented violin-sections and benjos. The Woods of Ypres meter demands at least a showoff! The singer almost always sings through a distortion device that conveys the effect as if he'd already been trapped in the static beyond the picture tube, - as Philip Anselmo would call it - and there is no chance to reconnect. There is no chance to connect to anything, because you are trapped in open space(s), and the only way out is through, so you might as well just pop this release in and submit to the outer space, and in it, into your so miserably lonely and - consequently - ego-driven inner space, indeed. Careful, this is just a game! Don't be SO serious, you might hurt yourself! Read on to know more about the disc.

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Juliane Jones - The Space Between The Telephone Lines review

Year : 2014
Genre : Folk
Origin : United States
Official site : > here - <

For extensive background information on Juliane Jones' identity and musical/artistic/linguistic background, please consult her site and read her biography. This text, on the other hand, will be a review of her latest work to date, "The Space Between The Telephone Lines".

The language used in the disc is a flamboyant mixture composed of constant interchange between English and Chinese Mandarin, while the stylistic/rhetoric/narrative demeanor and songwriting is hyperoptimally-ultra-naive and ultra-tender, primarily targeted for an awareness that I feel is yet-to-be-immersed into the ordeals and intriguing challenges of the casual physical realities - in other words, it sounds like kid's music to me, and I of course have zero problem with this. Read on to know why.

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