Chicago based singer/songwriter Phillip-Michael Scales is breaking out of the old and mundane and into the beautiful, lush lime light of success with the release of his track, “Lover, Let Me Be.” This incredible demonstration of skill and talent is the first single to be released from his forthcoming EP and perfect showcase for all of his fans relish in his bluesy soundscapes. As he sings, the beat and rhythm seem to almost roll and flow with his voice which has a rich, clear tone that is evidence of pure, undiluted talent. Although this young new artist hails from the rich vocal talent of B.B King, he brings a fresh new perspective on soul and blues that has never been yet seen in the music industry. Despite the fact that his success can not be attributed to his predecessors, his inspiration has a direct tie to his familial roots in Detroit.
As Scales continues to make his mark on what he calls, “Dive-Bar Soul,” fans continue to soak up all of his lyrical genius and luscious bluesy tones. Looking forward, listeners around the world are looking forward to the release of his next EP–which, after listening to this single, is sure to be a complete success.
Still rolling off of the thunder coming from the reaction of their last single, Mating Ritual has just released the title track, “Light Myself on Fire” for their forthcoming full length album that will be released under the same name. Not only is this psychedelic single being adopted and adored by fans throughout the country, but it is a perfect complimentary follow-up to their last release in March, “U + Me Will Never Die.” Of course, along with all of the skills and aptitudes that they have showcased within all of their other tracks, this new release has a particular funk vibe that is sure to get listeners moving. While this song is exciting and has a killer beat, it also carries with is a story that is being told from the prospective of the performing dynamic duo. Within the lyrics, these two brothers tell the tale of working hard to ear a living, but at the same time produce their own out-of-the-box art.
Along with their new release, Mating Ritual will also be starting their spring tour on Thursday, which will also give them the opportunity to gather a larger fan following and explore even more opportunities for growth and expansion. With so much on the horizon, we are excited to see how this LA-based alt-rock outfit morphs and develops into their full capacity.
Released on the heels of NYC rock n’ roll outfit Jeremy & the Harlequins last hit track that debut last November is their new single, “California Rock,” that hit the market recently and has already started to work its way up the charts. With the hopes and dreams of keeping good rock n’ roll alive, this group has worked tirelessly to preserve everything that fans love about this iconic genre. “It’s ‘CaliforniaRock‘ from a New York state of mind,” explains vocalist Jeremy Fury. “The song is about my favorite time capsule, Los Angeles. Contrary to New York where a bank or cupcake shop will have replaced a mom and pop shop by the time you finish listening to this track, one thing I’ve come to love about LA is its Groundhog’s Day-like permanence. Prior to moving to New York, I lived in Echo Park and then Downtown LA for almost three years. This tune is reflective tale.”
With this new single released, the band has also stated that they have hopes of releasing even more music for their fans later in in the spring. With all of their skill in fast paced, electric soundscapes and beautifully crafted lyrical masterpieces, there is no doubt that there is no place to go but up for this up and coming rock n’ roll band.
Kicking off her career with a hauntingly beautiful single, “Volcano” that has already started to gather a fan following and rack up thousands of streams is Storme. Over the past few years and countless hours of studio work and dedication, this budding artist has finally found her niche is scandi-pop culture. This single features some of the hottest trends in the modern pop scene which has added to her international success rate. Storme’s icy vocals and thrilling synth soundscapes has hooked thousands of fans and allowed her to break through the ordinary and bland with her unique skill and wonderfully refreshing vocal skills. As the track continues, the vocals and instrumental aspects of the track continue to mount until they seem to explode with an exciting, energetic climax. As an added skill that Storme has expressed in much of her other music, is the ability to fill every beautiful moment with lush beats that encourage dancing and movement–from the slightest head bob to full on dancing.
With so much energy behind this new release, fans are already looking forward to hearing more from this talented artist in the near future. For the time being, Storme will continue to develop her sound and put in the necessary hours in the studio to magnify her talent and truly hone in on her one of a kind sound.
Breaking out of the societal norms with their stunning new track, “Noisy Heaven,” is Philadelphia based budding punk project, Quiet Slang. At the head of this revolution in the punk industry is James Alex, a known and noted musical genius with the skill and talent that so many people crave and seek.With natural talent in his back pocket, Alex has put together a new single that has depth and meaning that may not be apparent at first listen. Beneath the stark minimalism of their track lies emotion that both denotes the opposition to distortion and perfectly embodies Quest Slang’s raison d’etre.
Along with their amazing ability to weave talent and music into one harmonious track, it has been said that Alex has been called both radical and mysterious. Speaking of this very subject NYLON stated, “Working under the moniker of Quiet Slang, Alex brought the magic of Beach Slang’s Tiny Desk concert for NPR to Austin, through stripped-back performances and an ease foreign to fans of Beach Slang. It’s a radical thing to do, but artists work in mysterious, unexpected ways.”As fans gather to listen to this new release, they will not only have all of their expectations exceeded, but find that they are experiencing something far beyond “just another song.”