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#1 Celebrity Video Drop request for Coda Grooves Entertainment (Jacque pronounce Jackie) We are doing this a little different, I'm asking that people do their own commercial for whichever project you are currently working in addition to the drop for us. Feel free to have your logo/song in the background or product placement in your hand. These will be marketed…
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Only 22% of engagement with a brand’s tweets are replies. 78% are retweets 92% are link clicks. So if you include an appropriate hashtag or two in your tweets as a brand, you are massively increasing the chances of exposure and click-throughs on the site. Going from 10 to 20 – in retweets or link clicks…
KaneLoggiaHYPOTHESIS’ new album feeds your heart with magic.Holyoke, MA — KaneLoggiaHYPOTHESIS are an experimental duo of master improvisers burning through the realms of noise, psych, free jazz, and avantgarde, bringing you out of your brain and into your heart where the sound is felt and does its most needed work…Their electrifying music can rock like crazy, making you dance and giving you what you need…like a slice at midnight….The glorious joy of their music can send your spirit soaring,…See More
“Until Proven Guilty” is in a way, a powerful and poignant coming-of-age picture by an artist who is best at all that he doesLos Angeles, CA — ‘Until Proven Guilty’ is a fascinating and emotion-fueled record that narrates the intimate experience of growth, change, and healing by a skillful singer-songwriter. The new record delineates the story of JWALK’s journey from despair and darkness…See More
I caught a straight up vibe with this song. The intro led me into euphoria leading up to tha chorus dropping. It's tha kind of song that makes you want to move even if you're not much of a dancer. The "breaking free" part of her lyrics is just so beautifully sung. Gotta love a singer who uses her voice to glorify God. Let's talk about tha power of her lyrics for a…See More
DJ Blitz is spreading the most positive vibes through each of his releases DJ Blitz, the Anonymous DJ resides in Miami and is an Electronic Music Producer, Independent Artist/Songwriter, and highly sought-after…See More
Where are you from? I come from a small town in the southern part of Nigeria, nested in the more popular city of Port Harcourt. Like most artists, I was exposed to music quite early as a kid. My folks generally love music, especially my dad, my fondest memories of him are when we will both listen to a show called “Country Classics” that runs from 10pm into the mid night…See More
K.D. CYCO is an artist from Northern Alabama, who knew he always loved music, discovered his talent at the age of eleven. He is most notably known for his debut album The CYCO Of City he released in 2021. He has been busy working, as he gears up for his sophomore album Mind Stimulation which is set for release on January 27, 2023. The new album is about stimulating…See More
A monolithic piano melody comes sweeping out of the silence with the force of a mighty winter wind, and in its wake, the delicate lead vocal of Mr. Ryte EyE Ty starts to fill the air with an aching that is perhaps even more powerful than any of the words he will sing in the next four minutes of play are.
There’s a burden on Ty’s back here, and it isn’t going to go away without a fight; in “Where Have the Heroes Gone,” his latest single, he’ll use any and every tool at his disposal to break away from the pain in the name of connecting with something affectionate and steeped in pure love. His voice is the beacon, his music the bitter darkness that surrounds it, and while there are plenty of ways that one could interpret this song both lyrically and instrumentally, to me, it comes off as being an enigmatic statement piece in an age that has been missing the strain of artistic clarity it offers to us so humbly. “Where Have the Heroes Gone” is a black-and-white pop song, but the substance of its melodies is not status quo at all.
From a lyrical standpoint, Ty isn’t doing much of anything that would qualify as being virtuosic in this song – contrarily, I get the vibe that he’s deliberately trying to stay away from the kind of theatrics so many of his closest rivals in and outside of the adult contemporary scene would just as soon employ in their own work.
He’s got too much to convey to simply hide behind a sophisticated sonic display; right from the get-go in “Where Have the Heroes Gone,” Ty is tethering his vocal to the fabric of the piano’s instrumental chime, which despite being formulaic in the conventional sense is anything but predictable given the context of the music on this occasion. It would be one thing if he were a household name; in this case, he’s merely using a familiar construction to get us acclimated to the more specifically unique components in his sound. It’s a smart way of making a breakthrough single, which this could become if given the right opportunities to shine somewhere on the FM dial (college radio, perhaps?).
If what I’m hearing in “Where Have the Heroes Gone” is on par with what I can expect to find out of the output we get from Ryte EyE Ty’s camp in the future, he’s going to be a player that I would tell any legit indie audiophile to pay attention to this year. Right now, American pop music has reached a crossroads in 2022, and in the time that it would’ve taken an artist to become a genuine figure in any scene around the country c. 2000-2010, the genre itself will be reshaped by independent voices like Ty’s.
The Southeast is arguably going through a bit of an alternative resurgence at the moment, and though it might not be comparable to the alternative renaissance it once enjoyed some thirty years ago at the start of the 1990s, it’s producing sounds and songs like “Where Have the Heroes Gone” that are bound to raise an eyebrow or two well outside of the Southeastern underground.