New Orleans

  • Tim Trillioni – the music speaks for itself!

    New Orleans entrepreneur and singer-songwriter, Tim Trilioni is exactly what music fans mean when they describe an artist as, a ‘breath of fresh’, or use the words ‘unique’ and ‘eclectic’. Tim is an unusual hybrid in today’s ever evolving music scene – one moment he sounds like a spoken word...
  • Solja: “X X X” wanders into twisted, blissful territory

    Solja is a musician born and raised in New Orleans, who has released his first project entitled “X X X” under his independent label. Through a carnivalesque rotation of warped melodies, hallucinating drums, swirling synth and bass riffs, and ever-hazy dreamlike effects, interspersed with psychedelic musical flourishes, Solja puts...
  • Ronniebaby: “The Rebirth” – escapism into another dimension!

    The album “The Rebirth”- rapped and produced almost entirely by New Orleans artist Ronniebaby, verges at times on the melodramatic, with sweeping synths and a shroud-like atmosphere of unrelenting bass growl.  The rapper’s lyrically twisting rap style contributes to the album’s overall approach of moody expressionism, embodying mediated craft:...
  • Interview: Miles Casella – Live show coming up in New Orleans

    Miles Casella is a Hip-Hop artist from Baton Rouge, LA, who has released several projects under different aliases since 2014. Miles blends Hip-Hop, Jazz, and Blues to create his own eclectic style. He has just released his album “The Sidewalk Flower” which illustrates the view of a small-town kid...
  • Sol Virani: “No Pork In My Gumbo” – the relentless mastery of a meticulously voice

    From New Orleans Louisiana, Middle Eastern rapper, Sol Virani releases his debut project “No Pork In My Gumbo”. In the album, he expresses his childhood and the struggles of growing up in different environments and fantasizing about his perspectives on life. Sol’s says that he is in the game...
  • “Grind” allows Cut to flex his ability as an actual rhyme slinger!

    For most rappers in the game, dropping three projects in row seems unfathomable because, well, what else is there left to rap about? Fortunately for Cut, 2016 continues to be an eventful year. From “The Hood Gave Me” to the current “Grind” and the upcoming “Why You Hatin’ On...