Posts byAnthony Douglas

Griffin Oskar Releases Debut EP “Hostage”

Griffin Oskar, a singer/songwriter/producer based out of LA recently released a debut EP through Republic Records! Hostage is a four-track pop-vocal record and was released on February 3. Oskar is a native of Portland, Oregon. He signed a deal with Republic after Swedish producer Danrell remixed his self-released track “Hostage.” The original version of “Hostage” was
CONTINUE READING

Shy Girls Releases Impressive Debut Album “Salt”

Dan Vidmar, under the moniker Shy Girls, has been releasing music since around 2013. Last month the producer/instrumentalist/vocalist released his debut album, Salt. This album is likely to be seen in your local R&B selection even though it can get pretty impressionistic/modern artsy at points. Overall it’s pretty introspective, flowing, and unintrusive music. I’d listen to it when
CONTINUE READING

Klasey Jones Debuts with “Foreign Buyers Club”

Klasey Jones recently released a debut EP through Plastician’s label imprint, “Terrorythm.” This cinematically trap producer (Where from? Who knows!) puts together influences from trap as well as anime soundtracks in this 5-track EP Foreign Buyers Club. The first track hits you in the head. “Area 55” is ominous with a soul-sucking beat and ephemeral interludes
CONTINUE READING

Nebbra Pushes and Pulls With Debut EP, “You”

I’ve personally been waiting too long for tracks like this, friends. Zeds Dead, one of the greatest in EDM, has created a label called Deadbeats. The first EP being released through this label comes from French producer Nebbra, and is called You. Although Nebbra has attracted many listeners to his Selena Gomez, Cage the Elephant, and
CONTINUE READING

darkDark Releases New Downtempo Single, “Moments”

Beneath the vibrant single cover above lies a hot new single from the production duo darkDark, entitled “Moments.” darkDark consists of Genevieve Vincent and Chris James, who record their downtempo electronica from their studios in Austin, Texas and Los Angeles. “Moments” consists of haunting airy vocals and harmonies from Vincent enveloped by a spacy, ethereal
CONTINUE READING

Stephan Hinz Offers an Outreach from the Deep

Have you ever felt like you needed help, but when people have asked what’s wrong, unexplainably replied with an “It’s OK”? The depressing conflict between having something to say and not feeling able to say it can come from a want to avoid bothering others, a want to keep what’s bothering secret, and many other
CONTINUE READING

Deltahorse Cross Transatlantic Lines for Upcoming Debut

Technological advances have made it incredibly easy to exchange information across far distances. From online college classes to international news to music streaming, information is able to pass so quickly between hands. The Deltahorse takes advantage of this technology in making their rocktronic, kind of eclectic music. Founding member, bassist, and producer Sash from Berlin
CONTINUE READING

Daniel Lanois Says Goodbye To Language

One of the greatest feats of the human species was the development of language. We’ve created layers and layers of it — from symbols and pictures that can stand for ideas, to symbols that are put together to create words that stand for ideas. Arguably an even greater feat of humans was our development of communication
CONTINUE READING

Funny How Things Just Worked With Promises LTD’s New EP

In the world of music, situations are ever-changing and moves are always being made. Often times an unlikely grouping of musicians creates something more than the sum of its its parts. Electronic producer/musician Jeremy Malvin, also known as Chrome Sparks, happened to start making things work with Charlie Brand, the songwriter/frontman of pop-rock band Miniature Tigers.
CONTINUE READING

Sleep Beggar Shares His ‘Depression Tactics’

From the heights of needed perspective to the depths of social seclusion, Sleep Beggar journeys through it all in his debut album Depression Tactics. Released through the label American Scream Records, this rap-metal-electronica hybrid paints a gritty reality sprinkled with ethereal dissociation. The reality sets in during the first track, “Heating Up Leftovers,” with a pad almost reminiscent of a church
CONTINUE READING