EP

  • A-Rushh drops the “Eternally Proud” EP on Sept. 8th

    Russell Menez aka A-Rushh, a Filipino-American music artist based in Los Angeles, California, desired a career in music since his high school days. He eventually broke through with his 2015 “Toast to the Good Life” mixtape, and has had his music played on radio stations across the globe, as...
  • J-Hamz ft. Jesse Peters: “I Stack Up” EP – a vibrant environment

    J-Hamz, medical doctor by day and DJ by night, has dropped his 5th release, the fresh house and hip hop flavored “I Stack Up” EP, featuring 3 original tracks, with lyrics and vocals by Jesse Peters. The EP eschews hyperbolic concepts, reinvigorating the electronic EP and album format by...
  • Dr Days Junction: “EP” – knee-deep-in-funk jams!

    Dr Days Junction is a 5 piece Bristol-based band named after an abandoned railway station. Currently working on a full album set to be recorded during the winter of 2017, the band fuses Funk, Soul, Disco and Hip Hop into their unique template. Fairly new to the industry as...
  • Dustin Steen: “Mixed Genres” evokes empathetic responses

    With an onslaught of pressure from modern record labels to produce high-selling records frequently and consistently, and the need to secure a loyal consumer base, an artist’s ability to experiment and evolve with his or her sound seems somewhat futile in the modern era. It seems that musicians throughout...
  • A New Way to Live Forever: “Monument” – big hooks and soaring melodies

    Fort Lauderdale’s A New Way to Live Forever is an alternative indie-rock band led by dynamic front man Russ Rogers (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar) with Phil Tucciarone (Drums), Steve Velez (Bass), Stephen Rose (Guitar) and Daniel Dyer (Guitar). Their latest EP release “Monument” which has had unanimous critical acclaim is available...
  • Magazine Gap: “Calling Card” – melodic and rhythmic momentum

    From beginning to end the new Ep, by Magazine Gap, entitled “Calling Card” distills what makes this groups’ music flow as well as it does. For sure they have a well-oiled sound that is distinctive and instantly recognizable. Yet it’s a style that can adapt itself to different variations...
  • Beau James: “Landmarks” – power, grace and heart!

    From the opening track, “Broken Hearted Past”, you realize that the brand new recording by Beau James – “Landmarks” – is no ordinary EP. It is one of the best independent Americana EPs in years. It has touches of classic Americana, rock and roots flavors coupled with a polished...
  • Underbelly: “Ripple” – captivating rhythmic patterns

    Santa Barbara-based DJ and producer Underbelly has released his three-track EP “Ripple”. Most B-rate DJ/Producers can string together a bunch of tunes, make it sound like a chop shop and sell records. But very few can make listening to their music seem like a true journey due to their technical proficiency...
  • Daryl Yahudy: “Nothing Compares” – universal and all-embracing

    Darrell McClover aka Daryl Yahudy, a former professional athlete knows that talent without discipline can only go so far. Realizing that his true heritage and roots go back to Yarushalam in the Regions of Afrika; his pride for who he is as a yahudy from the tribe of Yahudah has taken...