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Get ready to be spellbound by the enchantress herself, speakeazie, in “Forsaken Melodies.”

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Get ready to be spellbound by the enchantress herself, speakeazie, in “Forsaken Melodies.”

As a trailblazing indie pop artist, Speakeazie’s approaches have always evolved with the industry. However, her passion as a music artist has always been grounded…grounded in challenging the status quo via non-cookie-cutter sounds. She is a celestial force that rose from the heart of Minneapolis, shrouded in a veil of mystique that dazzles and enchants the airwaves. Synth, alternative, and dreamy pop dance and fuse under her sonic spell, creating an unforgettable experience that defies categorization in every way possible. She adores the sounds of the ’20s, which explains her noir aesthetics that is unmistakable in her music.

Speakeazie’s artistry is a cultural revelation, a testament to the power of local traditions infusing global trends. She is currently grabbing headlines following the release of her new EP titled, “Forsaken Melodies”- a 5-track raw, hugely melancholic masterpiece that wraps around a listener like a warm embrace, stirs their soul, and leaves them with something to reflect on long after the final notes have disappeared.

“Love Me Wild, Love Me Crazy” is less heard and more felt. The heavy synth leads create a cloud of the atmosphere within the track. The ambience goes in and out, consequently obscuring and accentuating the other elements of the track. Speakeazie then breathes life with her heavenly, dreamy, and hazy vocals with an incredible mezzo-soprano range that accounts for the broad-based appeal of the track. With lyrics exploring strong obsession and intimacy, a listener is bound to fall in love from just one listen.

The shape of “Don’t Come Crying to Me” is defined by the bass line, a stable element from which the rest of the instrumentation can wander around. Similarly, the synths ground the track with its full-on melodic content as Speakeazie’s chesty voice resonates on top of this shimmering ambiance like a bridge over water.

“Never Hurt You Like You Hurt Me” is upbeat with such an undeniably vibrant melody made from the synth leads, the driving bass line, and intricate percussion. Speakeazie then rounds out the track with her airy falsetto vocals; sliding through the soundscape and exuding such an irresistible melancholic allure.

Even now, I still can’t get enough of the beat in “Day Drink Till I Feel Ok.” It’s the kind of beat that makes you feel good, relaxed as you vibe to its feel, and get completely lost in its smoothness as Speakeazie’s breathy vocals serenade your soul!

Speakeazie is actually gearing towards the release of her new album, and “Forsaken Melodies” is such an amazing way to keep us all in high appetite for the greatness she is about to unleash!

The EP is available for streaming and download on all major platforms. For more details check out the link speakeazie.com

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Indonesia Based Producer Redrapbeat’s “Plastic Sweet Heart” Is Addicting and Heartwarming with a Retro Aesthesis- You Just Need to Tune In and Savor!

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Indonesia Based Producer Redrapbeat’s “Plastic Sweet Heart” Is Addicting and Heartwarming with a Retro Aesthesis- You Just Need to Tune In and Savor!

Redrapbeat, a virtuosic music producer and digital artist, prides himself on his versatility and storytelling panache. His strongest artistic attribute lies in the fact that he can transform just about any story into melodies with universal appeal. And when it comes to his creative expression, he does not believe in self-limitation, which is why you cannot box him in any one genre. He navigates the ever-evolving realms of hip-hop, electronic, lo-fi, and orchestral symphonies, among others. He is living proof that music can indeed be enjoyed in multiple forms and still invoke emotions in listeners. He is dedicated to exploring the intersection of different genres and pushing the boundaries of his own creativity to create unique music with instant appeal!

The track “Plastic Sweet Heart” is so many things. I want to hail the mixing here; it is top-level, and the artwork is also first-class. The end result is a song of the finest quality.

Many listeners report that this track evokes nostalgia for the 80s, reminiscent of the era’s distinctive sound… others going to a certain place in Tokyo, Japan, reveling under the colorful and flashing disco lights that move in time with the music as they dance with reckless abandon.

This is the kind of jam that makes you feel young again as it hits you right in the heart. And those synths, my god! They spread pleasant melodies all around. Everything stands out: the music, the energy, and the vibe exuded here.

It’s actually too bad that this jam isn’t long enough—before you know it, it is over and leaves you wanting more. That’s just how good it is, and to imagine that I randomly stumbled upon it makes me love it tenfold.

A longer version of this track with captivating female vocals could further enhance its appeal. I’d really float like a butterfly and sting like a bee!

Available on all popular platforms, give this banger a listen; you’re likely to enjoy every second of it!

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Atlanta’s finest hip-hop wizard, Bry Luther King, spins his bars with nimble dexterity in “Skip To The Loot” off of his new album, “City On Fire”

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Atlanta’s finest hip-hop wizard, Bry Luther King, spins his bars with nimble dexterity in “Skip To The Loot” off of his new album, “City On Fire”

Bry Luther King has once again set his city ablaze with his new 13-track album dubbed “City On Fire” which is much more than the first-class music contained there; it is a huge testament to the artist’s limitless creativity and versatility. He proves that he is not just a rapper but an artist as well, with tracks that span hip-hop, rap, and R&B. He went above and beyond to present fresh sounds through his effortlessly smooth and distinctive flows. The project is already making waves in Atlanta, Georgia, and outside, earning critical acclaim from both fans and critics.

The raw, catchy, and infectious masterpiece “Skip To The Loot” is a single off of this album and a showcase of Bry’s contagious energy as well as sharp-witted flows when it comes to his lyrical prowess.

Right from the get-go, Bry invites a listener to sing along as he delves right into it with the catchy hooks over the vibrant and futuristic beat that is addicting as his flows. His impeccable flow and emotive delivery paint vivid pictures with words, engaging the listener’s thoughts.

His lyrics focus on self-worth, confronting adversaries, and the genuine hustle of making money. The lines, “My phone staying on DND unless the money callin” encapsulate how he’s got no time for BS—if it ain’t about something important, just don’t bother him.

This is an undeniable street anthem with infectious charm and effortless appeal. The beat switch towards the end makes for the perfect hypnotic climax!

This anthem is already making waves, resonating from barber shops to clubs and street corners. As such, I’d recommend that you hop on and enjoy this lyrical ride!

Follow the link below to stream and add “Skip To The Loot” to your library. While at it, take some time to stream the entire album to experience something magical that showcases an artist at the summit of his artistic greatness!

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Uk-Based Award-Winning Artist Marc Woosnam’s Debut Project, “Some Remedy” Is an Ultimately Triumphant Album That Makes Its Mark Time and Time Again.

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Uk-Based Award-Winning Artist Marc Woosnam’s Debut Project, “Some Remedy” Is an Ultimately Triumphant Album That Makes Its Mark Time and Time Again.

With this 12-track album, Marc Woosnam offers quite the remedy with a scintillating blend of grunge, blues, rock, and folk. Wielding brash, soulful, smooth, and passionate sounds that hit hard and instantly captivate a listener, this album bridges the gap between stark human moments and wild, untamable energy, offering a unique perspective that only Woosnam can deliver. As a product of a 15-year creative process, it is little surprise that it has already secured its place in the Amazon Album Rock Charts.

You know, at the end of the day, it’s not just about making an album; it’s about capturing the essence of his music, the stories he wanted to tell, the emotions he wanted to convey, and the connection he wanted to make with his listeners. This album is a reflection of his musical soul, and he hopes it resonates with your hearts.

I listened to this magnificent body of work, which sees Marc pour his heart and soul into each and every track, and I’ve sampled a few tracks here to scratch your musical itch because you really need to experience this extensive work of art.

He hits the ground running and never once pauses for breath. Armed with all the trademark sounds of classic, bluesy, and grunge rock music, this Berkshire-based wizard wastes no time in making his mark, delivering a stellar opening cut in “All Fall Down”, a fiery track that emerges from thunderous percussive beats and rollicking electric riffs thanks to the help of both Marcus and Rob. As the track builds, the boys unleash a timeless medley of rhythm guitar, upright bass, and some self-assured vocals, laying a steady foundation with a strong automotive anthem!

“Sacrament” arrives in a gentle, blues-infused blend, conjuring up gorgeous shades of the original rock scene. It feels like the beating heart of yesteryear, revitalized for the modern age, making it a joy to hear. The theme is melancholic and delivered with the heart-wrenching tones of someone grappling with heartbreak and disappointment. The tune also brims with virtuosic guitar picking and awe-inspiring musicianship.

“Prosperity” is a proper rocker; it is a bold, textured sound that takes the lead from a broad selection of styles, showcasing Woosnam’s more nuanced, expressive side to his caustic rock sound.

“Met Your Match” features vividly expressive lyrics. It is a track that does not tiptoe around its weighty subject matter. This is a genuine standout that gives the listener something to think about long after the last note has faded because Marc offers variety with instrumentation and garage rock sensibilities.

Crashing riffs and pounding drums in “Sin” break down into a dark spiral of hard rock anthemics echoing visceral 90’s sounds and grunge aesthetics that conjure up comparisons to legendary bands like Nirvana and Guns N’ Roses.

“Till I Stop Missing You” features a gentle yet powerful production that wraps around the lyrics like a warm embrace. The tuneful guitar chops provide a captivating backdrop to delightfully complement the scene-stealing vocal performance. This tune is emotional, and Marc touches on a soul-stirring sentimental subject regarding the difficulties of letting go.

“Into Everything, Nothing” is another soulful jam with heartfelt lyrics and squeaky clean singing as Woosnam touches on a delicate theme, leaving a lasting impression with how he readily conveys vulnerability.

“Some Remedy” is not just music but relatable stories told through Marc’s own lenses, and it deserves to be heard more.

Follow the link below, stream it in its entirety, and let us know what you think about Woosnam’s artistry and originality.

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