Gregory Porter’s “1960 What” is from his debut CD, Water that came out last year. “1960 What” is a tribute to the political heat in Detroit during that time period which affected the entire country. The video has plenty of nice shots of the city.
Archive for August, 2011
Psalm One has just released her new fast-paced road opus, Get in the Van Volume 3. You can stream or purchase it at her Bandcamp page. This is the 3rd installment of GITV, a series that celebrates Psalm’s love of traveling, groovy beats, and riding in tour vans with friends. Owners of the autographed physical [...]
BK-One’s remix EP, Tema Do Canibal, dropped today and is streaming at AOL. MF Doom’s cameo is a gem, but the fact that BK brought Brazilian crate-digger DJ Nuts together on a song with the legendary Helcio Milito (who mastered and invented an instrument, the Tamba) makes for a unique summer closer. Stream it here. [...]
Giving themselves a well-deserved pat on the back, A.Dd+ celebrate their long and arduous journey towards success with their new song “Getting Far.” Along with their long-time producer, Picnic Tyme, the duo reunited with Mz. Fortune, the soulful voice also featured on A.Dd+’s previous single, “Greedy.” “Mz. Fortune put her spin on the hook,” says [...]
(Los Angeles, CA – August 30, 2011) Upon first look, there may be some aesthetical comparisons to other artists who have come before him. But upon first listen, those parallels immediately begin to fade. Atlanta-born/ Orlando-raised singer-songwriter Nate Larson is poised to take the industry by storm with a dynamic Billboard-bound vocal style. Flaunting a [...]
CLEVELAND (August 30, 2010) – The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will honor the life and music of Hall of Fame inductee Otis Redding with an exhibit and film screening. Redding would have been 70 on September 9. That day, the Hall of Fame will unveil a spotlight exhibit with more than [...]