Comprised of samples of old school synths from the 80′s and 90′s, New York City’s Low Tee does a meticulous job at layering to create a tightly crafted sound. Over-sensualized, wonky at times, and just the right amount of synths – I’m excited to hear what this producer puts out next.
From an artist who describes his music as, “I make the wrong kind of beats… Don’t tell the homies,” you’re definitely going to fall in love with the saxophone all over again in his track, “Thuggin…Feels Good.” Make sure to check the rest out over on his Soundcloud page.
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Chromeo just released a track called “Over Your Shoulder” off of their upcoming album White Women. It’s straight funk and it’s subject matter is refreshing. Dave 1 assures whatever female that even though her body isn’t the same as the celebrities she tries to compare herself to, she’s still hot and slammin’ and super sexy and junk. So ladies, don’t be all self-conscious. Be all sexy and junk. Own it. Girl power and what not. Good job Chromeo and good job ladies.
My world involves heavy up and down periods. And I fucking love it. I would never trade the wave of being intensely busy for a stretch of days, sometimes weeks, than a sedentary style of being at a desk 9-5, 5 days a week.
So, we aren’t like most other music blogs around here. I don’t obsess over who’s the hottest thing at the moment or what everyone else is posting and nor do the rest of the other contributors. I don’t overload the sidebars with advertisements so I can make a meager living sitting and blogging. I enjoy the sharing process, to give and to receive. That’s what it’s all about right?
So, as I try to get all caught up over these next couple of days before I find myself out of town again – hit the tag cloud on the right and explore some sounds, tweet us a song you can’t stop listening to. And I’ll post when I can.
I’ve got an expansive taste for music. Some days I can really be into solid indie rock, other days I’m listening to twangy folk. And sometimes, I just can’t get enough trip-hop.
This week’s favored Inbox Submission is from the Swedish musician, Crowsoul. Although I’m not completely sold on the name-choice, I do love his old throwback style of 90′s break scene mixed with fabulous organ tones and sampled drums.
His track “Cooper’s Dream” airs on the slightly spooky, downtempo side, opening up nicely after the 1 minute mark. I like where he’s going and I’ve always got enough room in my iTunes library for genre-breaking tracks like this.
Kae Sun, where have you come from?
I may not be the most up-to-date/in-your-face music blog out there but I promise, I do try to read all of my emails. And thankfully, Mr. Sun was somewhere in between it all. His voice is gorgeous, rooted strongly with choir/soul influences that give him a nice, funkier style. The storytelling is relatable and easy-listening.
Check out his newest single, “Ship and Globe,” which you can download below and be sure to watch the video as well. Prepare yourselves for an incredible early 2013 release, AFRIYIE, which is bound to be a heavy hitter.
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Grab a handful of his music below and be sure to keep this gentleman on your radar.