Minneapolis-based Musician, stAlkid, approaches his artistry from a space of inner eccentricity and has given listeners a preview of what’s to come from his upcoming February 14th, 2020 LP, ‘Spooky Tunes, for Lovers and the Dead’, with the release of his lead single, “Dreams in the Witch House”. Meshing a variety of genres for a deep dive into the dark through opening instrumentals that are both intense and mastered to precision, stAlkid’s vocals slowly creep in to showcase the depths of despair that he feels as a lonesome soul who is prone to roam throughout life. “Dreams in the Witch House” is a phenomenal lead track that showcases the eclectic style and passion that stAlkid approaches his work with as he is vulnerable and open with his fans about the opportunities of growth that he has within as he continues to walk down a road of sin.
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If you’re a fan of a mixture of fellow musicians such as Nine Inch Nails, How to Destroy Angels and Bright Eyes, then keep an eye on the promising ride ahead for stAlkid on SoundCloud.
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New York Musician, Lachi, has already made her mark in the world of music and beyond and continues to claim her throne. Exhibiting sheer confidence and surrender to the wonders of her mind and body, Lachi travels through her feelings of romantic love over a banging beat that accompanies her ability to make her mark in any and all genres of music. Through lyrics that make it known loud and clear that she has no fear when it comes to letting an individual go if they can’t manage her beautiful spirit and soul, Lachi explores her sexual desires and sets hearts on fire throughout “What I Want”.
Bringing Julian Javan along for the ride, there’s no denying that Lachi is in her prime. Looking better than ever on the surface, Lachi brings forward her feminine confidence in a way that inspires women viewing her prowess and classy sass. Having a wide array of accolades under her names, Lachi is cementing her flair and continues to grow and mature as a musician. If you’re a fan of fellow musicians such as Toni Braxton, Monica and Destiny’s Child, then keep an eye on the promising ride ahead for Lachi on Soundcloud.
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Swedish Electronic Musicians, The Other Life, have escaped the mundane to blast off into a creative world entirely their own throughout their latest single, “Moody”. Crisp production leads the way through a waxing and waning beat that surges through the soul throughout and subliminally influences the loss of control when out it comes to the common pressures of society. Carrying out the industrial and technical element that bands such as Depeche Mode and Joy Division shared throughout their discographies, there is an ancient dose of mystery laced within “Moody” that provides a euphoric rush to listeners that are in tune with themselves beyond the surface.
The mighty talented and obscure musicians who strategically chose to remain elusive are currently signed to Nu Deal Records and is making waves throughout the wide-ranging and fruitful underground music world throughout Europe and more with “Moody”. Thinking forward in regards to protecting personal privacy and energy, the respectfully unknown musicians behind “Moody” make it seems like a a walk in the park which showcases their skill and determination to create a world bigger than what they currently know. If you’re a fan of fellow musicians such as Joy Division, New Order and The Cure, then keep an eye out on the promising ride ahead for the bundle of mystery that is The Other Life on SoundCloud. And while you’re at it, check out the Operator S Remix and Joh Gary Remix of “Moody” on YouTube.
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California Rockers, American High, are back with intent to awaken the masses to the current state of the climate when it comes to injustice throughout their latest full-length release, ‘U.N. Article 14’. Here’s our track-by-track thoughts.
Kicking off with the first track, “Second Sister”, the guys of American High rock their way into listeners’ hearts with a bold blast of snarky songwriting that points the finger at an individual who has taken the backseat of their own life. The second track, “Cheye Calvo”, instrumentally feels like a Blink 182 track right off bat as lyrics that float in and out of consciousness attempt to confront and hold authorities accountable for their failure to provide proper evidence. “I Can’t Change” is the third track that slows it down with a mellow intro instrumental that feels like it stepped out of a Jimmy Buffett release while the lyrical trajectory takes listeners down the road of contemplation. The fourth track, “Test Pilot”, is an Indie jam that is abounding with minimal instrumentals in the beginning which n shifts into a fury of a chorus that is unexpected yet a showcase of the dynamic range of American High’s approach in the studio.
“Fairfield, CA” is the fifth track that is a lyrical ode to the city that feels like “home” in one of the most beautiful states in the country yet metaphorically creates the impression that home is a woman and feeling. “U.N. Article 14” is the seventh track and title track that is an album highlight that is full of lyrical hope toward a brighter future of freedom ahead. Closing out with “Belly”, vocals that begin sounding like the late and great Tom Petty pour forward over lyrical simplicity that subliminally speaks of the importance of dialing down to what truly matters in your life.