The incredible Brock Berrigan drops a wonderfully soul-filled gem titled Point Pleasant. This ISH right here will have you climbing that highest point.
Keor Meteor – Lino Capa
Inspired by the iconic voice of Al Pacino, Keor Meteor’s Lino Capa weaves Pacino’s movie soundbytes to compliment the cinematically lush beats, creating an awesome extension of storytelling.
Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
Kendrick Lamar needs no introduction, but DAMN.
Erik Jackson – Almost Dark
Erik Jackson’s Almost Dark goes back to the essence of jazz fusion music production. Dusting off his MPC, Almost Dark goes through the oldest vinyl albums in jazz where he seeks inspiration and wisdom from the legends. Through the 7 month journey, Erik Jackson learns that music never dies therefore his music is a tribute to those who have gone before us.
Listen to this gem – you can start from the top and let it roll.
Mono:Massive & Philanthrope – Monothrope
“Massive jazzy vibes from Austrians producers Mono:Massive and Philanthrope joining forces on this LP for Radio Juicy called Monothrope. The collaboration on this project is a revelation, you’ll recognize the sweet and familiar vibes from both artists and something new, like a spark in the middle of the night. Their joint effort brought life to a captivating album, from start to end it will transport you and you’ll be left wanting for more. This is a unique release that we feel privileged to present to you. Enjoy and let it flow.”
VIZUAL: Ivan Ave – Young Eye (Single)
Ivan Ave releases Young Eye, produced by mndsgn
“Blue ink on yellow paper, try’nna make it green /
Red numbers in my life, rent due by the fifteenth /
People holding pink slips, investing hopes in color schemes / But Young Eye, few things be how they seem out here”
Mndsgn – Body Wash
“Body Wash is MNDSGN’s second album for Stones Throw. Influences here include the likes of early SOLAR records material, Leon Sylvers III, Kashif, and Dave Grusin. These artists, Mndsgn says, “embodied that potent feeling in the early 80s boogie/funk/soul/jazz/fusion wave.” He adds, “I was also digging back into some early 90s R&B sounds and started really imagining what it would be like if I had mashed the two eras together.” He explains Body Wash as “a soul record that plays with nostalgic elements in a very dynamic & positive way. Think about it as a box of crayons for you to draw emotions with.”
Lullatone – Soundtracks for Everyday Adventures
A little about the album: Built on a bed of indie film instrumentation and close mic’d coziness, Lullatone’s new album … More