Hello, from time to time we post ads to keep SSR funded. Here is one. You can support this project on kickstarter here.
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Here are some new and interesting beats for you to chew on. Jamill Beats creates hip hop beats with a little bit of an old school style, some finesse, and more modern style percussion. Many of the tracks hark to a simpler day of hip hop. They are not over produced and contain few instrumentation choices so the beats are not overly complex and too stimulating. Some have a dark feel to them while others have a lighter more delighted impression. Jamill Beats resides in Franklin, IN near Indianapolis. Jamill is an 18 year old producer and given the ability present here you can be sure the talent will continue to grow. Like Jamill Beats on facebook. Purchase on iTunes.
Postac’ is a solo electronic project out of Buffalo NY started by Ezell Jordan in 2013. He started in the punk world and his path led him through some experimentation of new genre’s and finally electronic. His music is space, quiet and ethereal. It creates sweeping imagery in the mind and leaves the listener to impart their own colors on the musical canvas. The songs draw on a few different types of electronic music and all songs are cinematic in nature. If you close your eyes your transported to a dream like state full of mystery and intrigue. His style is never repetitive, and always interesting. Each track brings a new interpretation of his sweeping imagination and leaves you hungry for more. His first album release, “A Reason” (2013), was influenced by the sci-fi book, Clone by Sniffcode.com. With his second release he expanded that idea and with Finding My Home (2014), he produced a higher quality of work that infused more pop like beats while keeping with his cinematic approach.
Nic Nassuet’s music is reminiscent of 90’s rock with a folk heart beat. Nic Nassuet writes with an honest sincerity. In the song “When it Falls” released in February of this year Nic creates a sordid tale of one haunted by his own demons. The song features violins, cellos, upright basses, guitars, and rock vocals and unique percussion. In it he laments,
“I have become this thing
I’ve started haunting my own dreams
Forever lost in the depth of me.”
Some of his tracks feature Catrina Grimm, Josh Riccio at Sing Engine Studios engineered, and all have a clear insight into Nassuet’s own heart. All of our hearts hold some darkness and some solitary pain, but Nic has found a way to make that beautiful.
CIKATRI$ is an avant-garde keytar-punk band, from Stockholm, Sweden, with lyrics in french. Their brand of punk harks from 80’s punk with the lo-fi quality recording, slurred vocals, hard hitting rhythms, fast paced chord changes and who gives a #$%* attitude. All this has been put into a blender and what was spit out is CIKATRI$. They remind me of early riot girl music such as Bikini Kill, with a cleaner edge the likes of Blondie. Their first appearance in the USA will be at SXSW and will be touring the U.S. Southwest, including Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California. Their third album, a double 7” EP named “Aie ! – le trois” came to eager fans recently. Aurélie Ferr, the band’s core member, writes all of the songs. She also spends a lot of time as a freelance sound engineer around the city of Stockholm. Live, Aurélie plays keytar and sings, Anton plays guitar, Robert plays drums, and Jocke is on bass. Fans of classic punk and those new to the genre will find much to enjoy with this band. There is even the occasional trumpet and keytar solo!
Le Vant is a dark electronica project by Romanian producer and sound-designer George D. Stanciulescu. It has a variety of feels and sounds to it that range from electronic pop to moody experimental. Stanciulescu began in 2010 and has gone on to perform many festivals and shows. His music is ethereal by nature and is the perfect soundtrack to an overactive imagination. His song “Sideways” has many conflicting elements that join together in their different moods to create something full of dissension that somehow does not lead to discord. There are almost combative elements to the song with its gritty dark city feel and its lighthearted synthesizers all dancing together of a heavy distorted beat. Beauty and the beast collide to create something magical. Listen below and find him on facebook for more.
“Children of Babylon” is the first single in three years from Sweet Eve. They have not had a release since February 2012 début album “Shadow Over Me.” “Children of Babylon” is the first track to be released from their upcoming album “The Immortal Machine” produced and engineered by Russell Knight. Sweet Eve is a metal band from Los Angeles composed of Tony Francis on Vocals/Guitar, Russ Knight on Drums/Keyboards, and Ian Shea on Bass. Children of Babylon features samples from President George Bush discussing why America needed to go to war. The music thrashes with heavy distorted guitars, raging drum beats and melancholic angry vocals. Fans of Metallic will surely find elation with the music made by Sweet Eve. You can find the new album available shortly on iTunes. You can listen to their latest release “Children of Babylon” and like them on their facebook page here.
Sima is an up and coming superstar that has performed and been passionate about music since a young age. She produces and writes all of her music. Some of her biggest influences include Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, and The Cure. There is a bit of her influences present in her music but it also has a unique flair all its own. In the track “Beautiful Liar” there is a clear 80’s pop rock edge throughout but has a new perspective to the genres. Her voice has an original take on many female pop greats including Madonna, and has no trouble standing on her own when compared to such talent. Distorted guitars, synths, and perfectly placed breakdowns all lift up Sima’s solid vocals and harmonies. It is clear she is not only a performer but has much talent when it comes to production, arranging, and the like. Her music evolves not only through a series of songs but in just one single track. “Beautiful liar” has an evolution that picks up, drops off, builds, plummets, and then crescendos into a distorted whisper. It’s not just your basic, verse chorus, bridge, it has a story through song that begs you to listen to the end. You can listen and find her on all the links below.
Electronic music from the Worldwide Groove Corporation has a solid set of grooves led by a powerful and poignant lyricist, singer pop, and artist Daniella Mason in addition to other vocalists. Their songs are covers of jazz classics with a bossa nova beat. There are some EDM influences and a lot of smooth feelings moving the tracks along. “Standard Chill” sets quite the mood with steady drum beats, guitars, throaty bass, and a lot of really great vocal effects. The song flows from one part to another seamlessly even though the parts are all a bit different. New instruments and orchestration evolve and flow together into a sparkly electronic web. Their songs have a definitive chill vibe, but the use of percussion definitely drives the songs forward and it never leaves you bored. It’s the perfect thing after a long day or a spontaneous solo slow dance. As their songs are jazz standard covers done in electronica, there is a timeless vibe underneath a very modern feel. The talent is obvious. Kurt Goebel, producer and programmer for Worldwide Groove Corporation, creates a masterful and sexy collection of sounds.
Ted Bergqvist is a solo Swedish artist that plays songs full of passion and desire. On his new single “Crucified” piano is played with a light touch that slowly crescendos into large flowing choruses. Strings complement the piano and add to the sadness of the track. His voice is genuine in its earnestness and heartache. It’s a story of pain put into song. Not all of his songs reflect such sorrow but you can tell he really put it all into this track. The orchestration really shines, but the part that gets you the most is his voice. It has an almost punk edge to it with sensitive alternative pop notions. It is a simple song but will spark your interest and keep your attention. It will be available March 7th. You can find Ted online on his website and facebook page below.