Rude Radio Vol. 1 is the new street album by rapper Ricky Rude but is he ravishing? That’s up to you and what you’re judging him for. He hails from Camden, New Jersey but is ready to step out of the area and into the great unknown known as North America, so will this be the beginning of a new journey for him? We’ll see. Assist him if you must.
Moving Panoramas’ new album is recorded, mixed, and mastered, which means it’s done, but you’ll have to wait just over two months to hear it. It’ll be out on Modern Outsider but they’re sharing a song for you to listen to, its title track, so listen to “One”.
Most of their upcoming concerts are in their home turf of Austin, Texas but they do have a show scheduled for Dallas so if you’re in or near the area(s), please make a point to attend:
August 1… Austin, TX (Yellow Jacket)
August 8… Austin, TX (Red 7)
August 28… Austin, TX (Mohawk)
September 1… Austin, TX (The Palm Door)
September 19… Austin, TX (Hotel Vegas)
September 26… Austin, TX (Cheer Up Charlie’s) (Record Release show!)
October 1… Austin, TX (Mohawk)
October 2… Dallas, TX (Three Links)
Looking for a new dancehall track to turn the remainder of the summer into a non-stop party? Then may I introduce you to “Gas Shuffle”, a new song by Dwongo that also brings in Ding Dong and Mad-X. It has a dubstep vibe to it too but dancehall always evolves into something and then something else.
Minden are a Portland band who are gearing up to bring you into their fanbase. They’re going to release not only just a single, but it’s a double single. It will be out this Friday and if you like your style of pop with nice intricacies, you’ll want to take a listen to one of the songs on it, called “Saint”. The song can be downloaded for free, while supplies last, so I highly suggest you should get it because I feel you’ll want to return to it for the rest of the summer and the year, if not the decade. It’s that good.
Officially released today by HiPNOTT Records is Feast Of Legend, the latest from P.SO The Earth Tone King where he teams up with The 2 Hungry Bros. THe EP also features help from Tanya Morgan, Substantial, Likwuid, and Kevo so there isn’t too much to be overdosed with, enough to keep you satisfied but hungry for seconds.
Some comments about the new Liz song is downright scary. “This thing is a huge piece of shit”. “This bubblegum crap is just that: crap.” I’ll be honest, I didn’t have a liking to it either, not like I enjoyed her other songs but there’s something in here that let me know she is sure of what she is doing, and that’s the harmony vocal during the chorus. Some may hear the vocal loop going over and over but she sings something else and it at least let’s me know that she has something up her sleeve. Or at least that’s the hope. We’ll see if it’s true when she comes out with something new.
Hey bitch, you’ve been wanting something new from clipping. but aren’t sure when they’ll be releasing something again? Fear not for one part of that equation rapper Daveed Diggs, has reissued Small Things To A Giant, the album he made before he hooked up into the clipping. equation. If you weren’t sure of his roots, here’s one root. It was something that was digital only but for you analog junkies, you can now buy it on cassette. Pre-orders are available now for release on August 10th. You may head to DeathbombArc to find out ordering information.
He may sound like he raps with too much cottonballs in his mouth but some will immediately tell me “PUNK, THAT’S AN OHIO STYLE, DON’T SHOW NO DISRESPECT TO MY MAN, MY MAN!” and I’ll tell you that I am not, I am not doing this. What I want to tell you about is DJ Chose and how he did a song with MC Beeze and together, they came up with “Everywhere I Go” and if everywhere you go, he’s there, then can’t you see that he is driving you insane. If so, step out of the way.
If you’ve been looking for something from Australia that’ll sweep you off your feet, enough to say “I haven’t heard something like this in awhile”, then The Lockhearts may be your while. Their video may be somewhat on the suggestive side but they did it perhaps to lure people to watch as a way to truly listen, so this is your chance to put those senses to good use. The group’s single is called “Low” and how low do things get? It depends how low you are or where you want to be. Again: suggestive but not explicit. Prepare yourself.
Out this fall will be a new album by Sleepwalker called Holy Hell and if hell is a holy place for you, you may want to remind yourself of its release after hearing a song from it, called “You Are The One”. Maybe they knew that maybe, you were the one who would like this song. Or maybe not, I can’t control your thoughts but I can possibly influence you to at least have a listen. Right?