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“App For That,” a straight up parody of the now ubiquitous phrase, “there’s an app for that”. With lines like “lost your wife and job and dog and really need a break, there’s an app for that, there’s an app for that,” he pokes fun at the notion that an “app” is all you need to solve all your problems.
Noel Black & XRA’s debut, Chromatic Warfare, cannot be classified. Breaking down genres, gender roles, and racial divides, it’s an album of empowering immediacy that forces you to think and bump. With fat, grimy beats, sensual hooks, acrobatic rhymes, rock rhythms, and firestarter intellect, it’s a compelling first blast from an artistic powerhouse.
Chase Enriquez is a singer/rapper whose song writing approach and live show blends the skillful lyricism of Hip-Hop’s golden age and the raw vocal energy of Rock n’ Roll’s yesteryear, with an attack that differs from the ghosts of previous genre-crossing.
Savage Peace stand out from many of their EDM contemporaries because of their ability to include imaginative arrangements, sophisticated vocal melodies, rich harmonic underlay, and striking textural contrasts within a pop context.
“Oh Mama Hey” features vocals by one of the greatest icons of house music, Crystal Waters. The music was played and mixed by the team of Grammy Nominated Producer Chris Cox and award-winning Las Vegas nightlife pioneer DJ Frankie
Singer-songwriter Jay Canter is the spiritual lightning bolt behind the Lawrence, Kansas folk-reggae band Streetlevel Uprising. His balmy and bold debut, Dusk to Dawn Revolution (WTFU Records), is rich with social commentary, uplifting affirmations, and masterful songwriting.
With a guitar always in hand and golden locks on his head, Keznamdi’s music is just as captivating as his image. His personality and sense of humor on stage is an immediate magnet for people of all cultures, seeking to tap into a “feel-good” musical vibration.
Dusty Stray (a Texan outfit based in Amsterdam) mostly has songs about lost love, yearning, murder and death. This song, from recent Basta Music release “Family Album”, is an exception. Produced by the legendary Kramer. THE REAL THING is about true love.