Two new singles from up and coming artist G-Tan, one introspective and insightful, the other hard hitting, spiritual, and passionate. Tan’s unorthodox rhyme style and aggressive lyrics mesh perfectly with the mellowness of “MOMMY” and the aggressive ambiance of “Money”. Both singles are filled with depth, desperation, and desire, Tan lets all this spill out on the final lines “The game about to change ‘it already has’ well not enough! I still gotta add what I got- soul plus some passion to rhyme, this a throwaway I hope they pay me more on Spotify, this time I tried”
Hard non-quantized drums sit over top a continuously strummed guitar loop accompanied by ambient synths, filtered basslines and sampled traffic sounds in this new Brain Orchestra release!
The debut EP by Sorab –
‘Lessons’ takes you on a journey: from inception to completion, the project is a whirlwind of emotion and deeper meaning. A storm from daybreak to dawn – an elemental fire that sits upon the deepest waters.
Eminem returns to form with Machine Gun Kelly diss track ‘Killshot’, perhaps digging himself a hole was the best fuel Em needed to rekindle his battle rap energy.
David Grohl recently announced his new solo project ‘Play’, a 23-minute song and mini-documentary in which the Foo Fighters frontman plays seven different instruments. The artist is known for never lacking big, high concept ideas and on this one, Grohl pays tribute to the romantic and obsessive relationship musicians to have with their instruments. As a musician, “you’re always chasing the next challenge,” the rocker says. The project consists of Grohl playing everything from drums, bass and guitar. With uninterrupted takes, ‘Play’ moves fluidly from heavy-headed grooves to jazzy interludes. Grohl’s passion for musical instruments is further evident when he was recently quoted saying: “Watching my kids start to play music and learn to sing or play the drums, it brings me back to the time when I was their age listening to albums, learning from listening… and when I take my kids to the place where they take their lessons, I see these rooms full of children that are really pushing themselves to figure this out.”