New York

  • Sly Eaze: “Survive” contagious energy!

    Simon aka Sly Eaze was born in New York into a West Indian house hold. His mother from Barbados and his father was Native American. Spending his childhood between Spring Valley (NY) and Newark (NJ), Simon started playing the piano at 10, followed by the alto sax in the...
  • CarLovy Musicc: “Lords Connection” – a supremely confident artist

    CarLovy Musicc presents himself as a Music Artist, Rapper, Singer, Song Writer, Music and Movie Producer, Song Orchestrator, Video Director, Actor and Mogul. Born in Harlem, New York, this master of all trades has dropped various albums and a mixtape under different monikers. He has also released a number...
  • Chaz Hearne: “Rise of the Voluminous” – folk writ large!

    The very first thing I learned while listening to the album “Rise of the Voluminous” by eclectic folk artist, Chaz Hearne, is that the defining question regarding any Hearne song is which Chaz Hearne he’ll be. Will it be the introspective, contemplative Hearne of slow-burning masterpieces like “Falling For Reason”...
  • Singer Alyssa Colón from Long Island to Release “I’m Gucci”

    LOS ANGELES, CA – Long Island, New York is home to 16-year-old singer Alyssa Colón. Since beginning her musical journey at age three, Alyssa has never stopped singing to her own beat. When asked about the inspiration behind her decision to pursue a musical career, Alyssa reflects on her...
  • Angelle: “Gold” nails the mature R&B formula!

    Angelle is a singer-songwriter and recording artist out of Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in a musical family, by the age of five she knew that singing was what she wanted to do, and by the age of ten she was writing her own music. Influenced by her father,...
  • An Old Friend: “I am, I was” possesses an irrefutable confidence

    An Old Friend is an upcoming Alternative Rock band based out of Long Island, New York, they have been said to be significantly ahead of most contemporary peers in their stylistic niche; they show an ability to stray from the norm and focus on truly innovative fragments, as opposed...
  • JayDaReal: “Out The Mud” Ft. Quiless – breathtaking nimbleness

    Smack in the middle of his growing career JayDaReal does it: He drops a nearly perfect song. Suddenly, it doesn’t matter what he has done before or what he is planning to do next. Blissed-out, sun-kissed chords shimmer like a mirage, JayDaReal voice sounds like he’s on vacation in Hawaii...
  • John J: “Still Howling” – story driven material!

    The “Still Howling” EP by John J has grit and dirt to it, and it; tonality is what can define hip-hop artists from one another. You get a sense of John J’s rich voice early on in ‘If I Only Had,’ the piano-driven instrumental building with sections and layers of pads,...
  • Friends at the Falls: “A Heart To Save” reveals judicious sonic layering and a strong melody

    Friends at the Falls has released their brand new single, entitled “A Heart To Save”. The single is a fantastic grower that reveals judicious sonic layering, a strong melody, an interesting and less typical beat, and overall ambitious song execution. Simultaneously haunting and jubilant the Friends at the Falls...