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Alternative Rock Band The 12th Human Brings About A Resurgence Of 2000’s Emo With Their New EP “Last Thing”

 

The 12th Human gears up to deliver another successful EP titled “Last Thing” that fully amazes the audience and rightfully places the iconic band on the top.

 

There is no doubt that the 12th Human band easily swept away all positive attention and gratitude from the audience with their brilliant alt-rock melodies. The Alternative Group based in America tackles the youthful themes of love and fear in their ethereal emo sound, and the result is powerful enough to make them one of the best on the stage. Their out-of-the-box idea coupled with alluring rock melodies creates an incredible impression of their untamed potential, enough to put them at the top of all charts.

Their newly released EP “Last Thing” is a vortex of emotions that takes a darker turn to help people deal with tough times in their lives. Inspired by the lead singer Eric Wexler’s father who passed away in July 2020. It touches our deepest feelings, taking the nostalgic memories of the loved ones who brought us up, loved us more than life, but passed away. With moving rhythms, rich harmonies and instrumentation help, the EP offers an attractive experience. The EP consists of a series of 4 unquestionable revolutionary tracks that pave the way for impressive alternative rock music.

The 12th Human remains esthetically pleasing, and the production structure is genuinely commendable, as the band uses several entirely new tunes to attract the listener’s attention. “Last Thing” boasts of their good musicianship and displays a strong arrangement of their vocal melodies.

“I don’t mind” is hands up my favorite song on the EP, although the entire EP is a regal body of work and proof that The 12th Human puts their heart and soul into the craft.

“I don’t mind” is the first song on the EP and mixes the raw 2000 emo sound with fresh alt harmonies that retain a delicate balance between the rhythmic delicacy and the power of the rock genre. The band’s impressive storytelling style feels addictive, and the subtly rocky back sounds create a nostalgic atmosphere. The song flows through the dive of the guitar and the hick drum beats to keep the overall experience as engaging as possible. The lead vocals lead the classical alt-rock environment to embrace the most contagious lyrics. The chorus-like musical setup and the highly energetic instrumental background reignite the true essence of the genre.

“Last Thing” is definitely one of the most ear-catching creations of the band that introduces their musicality and presents it to the audience as a way of reflecting their bold musicality. The 12th Human is inspired by the alluring rock music of the ’00s. Although The 12th Human is is still young in their musical journey, we can’t help but call it our “best musical discovery of the year,” and it’s very likely that in a couple of years they will be called the best rock band because their sound stands apart from the standardized virtues of music as they have interpreted a defining space for their musical wisdom.

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8 Questions With Dj Acoff

 

What has your musical journey been like? Run us through your story.

I was born and raised in Bessemer, Alabama which is a small country town outside of Birmingham, Alabama. In Bessemer the church plays a prominent role in pretty much everyone’s life. Therefore my musical journey began at a very young age because I was in the Choir along with that my granddad who is also involved in music heavily taught me how to play the guitar. However it wasn’t until I was in college I began taking it serious, I was attending Alabama State University It was during this time that my family was facing hard times which caused me to move closer to home and further my education at Stillman University. While at Stillman University, I received a refund check of $4,000 from Alabama State University on accident and knew I would have to pay it back but I viewed it as an opportunity to change my situation. I gave half the money to my mother and used the other half to invest in DJ equipment because I was already thinking about Djing and I knew it would be an easy way to make some money. I began Djing at clubs and throwing my own parties and was becoming so successful, I decided to move to  Atlanta, Georgia around 2015 because it is the music capital in the United States. While in Atlanta I was attending Clark Atlanta University but eventually decided to drop out because I was becoming so busy with music and did not have time to focus on my studies. I began dropping mixtapes and my first two series were called Brick Homies & The Come Up. I went on to host TTO Kt’s debut mixtape “All I Know” and TC Gambino’s mixtape “Heart”.  Around 2017 I took a step back from Djing and focused more on managing and developing artist through my label “Riche Posse”. However in 2020 I decided to relaunch my career as a DJ and began working with Kshiday of 1017 & Atlantic Records and atlantic records A&R Mario Cummings. In 2020 I also released my debut album “Hometown Heroes” which features Famous Kid Brick, Rayy Dubb, Landlord Lo, TLE Cinco, TSL Fetti, Big Petty, GMF Fatboy, ABC Young’N, Babie Ash, Lil Yos and Zayhendo. I am currently working on an upcoming mixtape series as well and will be releasing my second album soon.

Tell us about your business

My business is called Riche Posse which is an independent record label. We work with and manage artist such as Landlord LO, TSL Fetti, KShiday, RawDawg, ChinoNetProfit, TC Gambino and others and with the Producers Twin Beatz.

You made some significant progress in 2020. How did the Global pandemic affect your career?

The pandemic slowed down certain things because we were unable to go on tour or do shows but it allowed me to take a step back and focus on my music which lead to me releasing my first album “Hometown Heroes” I also was able to network with more people inside of the industry because everyone had to find new and creative ways to move.

How do you decide who goes on what song with who?

Usually I decide who goes on what song with who as soon as I hear a beat, but also will decide in studio sessions based on the vibe. I really enjoy booking studio sessions and inviting multiple different artists to create music because it is a more hands on approach. This also usually leads to the best music in my opinion.

But how do you figure out who would be good collaborating with who?

I have a great ear for music so I usually just know who sounds good with who but other times I will see by just trying the artist out together and seeing if they can catch a vibe in the studio together.

You have relationships with a lot of stars and some of the most powerful people in music. Do you have any keys to maintaining and nurturing big relationships?

The keys to nurturing big relationships is to just be yourself. There is no sense in acting like someone you are not, if you are true to yourself people will usually gravitate towards you. Knowing when to talk and when to listen is also important especially when you are around other stars. The key to maintaining these relationships is simple remain loyal and be honest.

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

A few things most people do not know about me is I have 21 siblings, I play the guitar and am a fan of Game of Thrones

You do a million different things. Is there a skill you don’t have that you wish you had?

A skill I wish I had is I wish I understood how to audio engineer and make beats using softwares, however I think I will eventually take the time to learn these skills and believe I will be very good at them

For our final question, is there anything else you would like to add?

I guess the only thing left I have to add is to tell folks, if you have a dream chase it. It won’t always be easy and there will be many trials and tribulations, however if you keep pushing and never give up you can achieve anything you put your mind to. The road to success is a long and hard road but the final destination is a beautiful one. Also check out my album “HomeTown Heroes” it is out on all streaming platforms along with my newest music video “Might Be” featuring Famous Kid Brick on Youtube.

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Nolan Is Redefining Progressive and Outspoken Hiphop with His Track “The Hustles Of April 2016”

Upcoming striving artist Nolan has put his feelings, emotions, personality, and vocal ability together through his new hip hop track “The Hustles Of April 2016” dedicated to the people of South Sudan.

The musical arrangement in the tracks is deliberately kept straightforward and groovy in order to highlight the strong bars. The artist is meandering through the tracks with his distinctive vocal sound and diverse rap delivery. There’s some clever use of vocal prompts that adds a layer of melody to the hard-hitting verses. The artist provides a musical story that makes sense and maintains interest.

This track brings together the virtues of thematic remembrance and gives the listener something to appreciate and gain perspective.

The artist comes from West Michigan and has imbibed the strains of East Africa in his artistic assimilations. He works with The Crayfish Tribe Records to make his audience happy and find inspiration in his songs. A dreamer of nature and purpose, the song “The Hustles Of April 2016” demonstrates a musical development that is based on the artist’s wisdom and understanding. His music encourages and motivates everyone to dream big and to believe in their own abilities and potential. The artist is direct in his spontaneous gestures and incorporates a complex and culturally digressive sound landscape. It is every South Sudan’s story just told differently and hence the audience can relate to its thematic deductions. Lyrical enrichment has a direct effect on the record and is an enabling factor in the structuring of the song.

Artist Nolan recognizes the idea of lyrical hip hop and how to prepare for reform in the sense of personal challenges. As a result, his music encourages the community in a way and allows them to realize their dreams. Some of his other songs that push his artistic visions include “Showin,” “Wild,” “Path I walk.” All of these songs and those that are yet to come will collectively broaden his creative canvas to a wide global achievement. Be part of this hip-hop legacy by following him on:

 

 

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Kylan Hayes Gives A Stunning Shape To His Unique Creative Style With His Latest Groovy Album “Inner Standing”

With a deep, sultry voice, Kylan Hayes makes his music enthrallingly enough to get his audience hooked enough to make them his loyal fans. His most recent release, “Inner Standing” is the artist’s biggest contribution to the industry. Blending unique production and vocal experimentation, each track is obviously amazing and beautifully refreshing. Progressing through a range of soundscapes, the artist meanders with his vocal talents and brings some potentially immersive moments to his singing. His melodic vocal tone builds the hook on the track in a fairly unpredictable way.

 

All of his works on the album have been tagged with a mark of professionalism that demonstrates just how important music is to him. His songs show his real life and the feelings that he wants to share. The artist’s eclectic delivery of lyrical rhythm produces quite a hook that attracts listeners. Contemporary warmth in a distant progression helps to put down the artist’s convincing confidence across the songs.

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