• Momin Deen: “Blitz” is introspective, warm, lifting and deep

    There is no one quite like Momin Deen. He doesn’t fit into any single category. His music reflects a variety of genres, and he does things that no one else could get away with. Or perhaps no one else thinks of combining such diverse musical styles. “Blitz” is a...
  • Hicham Chahidi: “Hello” – Afro-Cuban Rhythms!

    Hicham Chahidi a composer and sound engineer who was born in the south of Morocco, and I has been living in Belgium for about twenty years. Hichan who loves music divides his time between the composition and production of copyright free music, recording and audio mixing. Chahidi is a multi-instrumentalist...
  • Moonlight Prophecy: “Eternal Oblivion” – Guns blazing and full throttle technical madness!

    Moonlight Prophecy is a power and thrash metal project form southeast Pennsylvania created by guitar virtuoso Lawrence Wallace. Wallace is responsible for having written all the music for black metal band Shadows in the Crypt which gained outstanding reviews with their second full length album “Cryptic Communications” in 2012....
  • “Sunshine” – Artem Cithara (ft. Nicole Elizabeth & Slick Sax) a genuine delight!

    The scene opens to the midnight skyline of a neon city while Slick Sax’s saxophone blows like a whirling cool breeze through the balmy summer air, muting the buzzing fluorescent signs that clamor for attention. All the while, Nicole Elizabeth’s breathy vocals murmur and soar above the four-to-the-floor piano-driven...
  • Ditsea Yella: “Sin Mona Lisa” wreaks havoc on pop conventions!

    Unlike most of their professional peers, Ditsea Yella an electro-grunge duo from London, consisting of Diana and Phil, actually make real alternative music. They are a powerful electro-rock pairing who pull the levers, turn the knobs, and manipulate their music and personas to heaps of critical acclaim. They have crafted a glorious...
  • Ivy Blue: “Present Shapes” – scrupulous experimental sensibilities

    Ivy Blue is an alternative band from Te Aroha, New Zealand. “Present Shapes” is the band’s fifth album and delves into areas of rock, pop, soundtrack, and experimental music. The most amazing thing about this album is how much of a surprise it is. The band has been deconstructing and...
  • Roger Cole & Paul Barrere: “Lost In The Sound” tells it all!

    “Lost In The Sound” tells it all, a provocative, thoughtful, and intellectually, but saddening exploration of a range of problems surrounding the demise of planet earth by way of disrespectful human behavior. The song demonstrates once again Roger Cole & Paul Barrere’s coherence – philosophically and musically, with its...
  • G-Ree Musik: “The Unexpected” – bravado and confidence!

    G-Ree Musik was born in Kosciusko MS, but moved to TX, and is head set on grinding his way out of poverty. His latest project is a 6-track collection entitled “The Unexpected”, in which the Mississippi based rapper teamed up with #Nervedj @djpunch317. These half dozen high octane songs...
  • THE O SOUND ALL STARS – “NU WOP DOO WOP, VOL. 1” – so many wonderful songs

    Cleveland’s own THE O SOUND ALL STARS, consisting of members Baba Adetobi, Mike Harris, Romeo Maxwell, Blacknile, Humble G, and Regi Beverly, have released their 9 track album, entitled “NU WOP DOO WOP, VOL. 1”. All songs were written by Baba Adetobi except “She Don’t Even Know”, written by...