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Kamasi Washington Revisits Childhood with “Street Fighter Mas”

Whenever you wake up to new music from Kamasi Washington, it’s bound to be a good day. The 37-year-old saxophonist has recently shared a third song from his upcoming LP, Heaven and Earth. The latest, titled “Street Fighter Mas“, is a near 6-minute track that was, in fact, inspired by the popular video game. “When I was […]

Sen Morimoto: The Multi-Instrumentalist Bringing Soul Back to Hip-Hop

There has never been a better time to be a musician than right now. Thanks to websites like Soundcloud and Youtube, creatives have been given free global platforms, allowing the manifestation of their artistic visions. While these applications provide individuals with a unique outlet to openly express themselves, it can often be difficult to distinguish one person’s work from […]

Jazz, Scat, & Electronic Make Smooth Love In LUCASV’s Reach

I’ve always held the belief that things are better together. That goes for music, too, as LUCASV blends all the smooth sounds for intoxicating love in “Reach”. Featuring vocals from BliBli & Zaire, LUCASV blends milky smooth scat and jazz with a soothing spark of bass caffeine. A 20-year-old producer hailing from France, LUCASV has […]

Emancipator Unveils a Bewitching Contrast of Sounds on New LP ‘Baralku’

The sonically liberated, electronic producer Doug Appling, better known as Emancipator has just loosened the reigns on his 14 track LP Baralku.     Emancipator releases the new album on his Loci Records imprint receiving a highly acclaimed debut at #1 on iTunes Electronic Chart. With a meticulously curated album as such, Appling bestows a transcendental listening experience that sifts […]

[CHILL/R&B] Blood Orange- Augustine

//JOHN FLYNN// The urban experience has always incited a sense of wonder within me. The fast pace of life, accessibility, and the drawbacks of living the city lifestyle are all something I’ve missed out on throughout my young adult life until recently moving into a city. There is something wonderful yet dreadful about living in a city, […]