14 Jun 2011, 06:14 by ebisu
10 Apr 2011, 07:39 by Di-chyhttp://twitpic.com/4j2vgi
(From left to right, top to bottom)
Far East Movement
The Foreign Exchange
British new comer Jessie J, who just released her debut album Who You Are, might be yet another one of those "young girls with retro soul swag," but as can be understood from the collaborations with the likes such as Dr. Luke, Oak (Knightwritaz), Labrinth (dubstep producer, for the remix of "Do It Like A Dude") and K-Gee (producer for girl band All Saints), she's also got a pop side and seems more like in the same league as Pixie Lott and, possibly, Melanie Fiona. Here on this debut set, from B.o.B-assisted "Price Tag" to self-penned folky ballad "Big White Room," uplifting funky pop "Abracadabra" to rockish power ballad "I Need This…
20 Jan 2011, 14:48 by jwRADIO1Just sharing some tracks from my site, Groove Loves Melody, that I think are worth grabbing while they are still available to be freely downloaded. And please pass the links on to friends here at Last.fm and Twitter. I received these freely, so freely I share.
For fans of J*DaVeY and The Foreign Exchange (pop/R&B/electro):
For fans of Usher, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown (r&b/club/hip-hop), this is Dallas artist, Suede Royale. He's with Maybach Music (Rick Ross & co.):
in that same musical vein, here's kFrank from Houston: http://www.groovelovesmelody.com/2011/01/17/kfrank-the-predicate-ep/
For fans of vogueing and the ballroom scene (the queer kids know), grab these B. Ames remix tracks:
7 Jan 2011, 20:33 by juhmeese
30 Dec 2010, 06:03 by ebisu
19 Dec 2010, 20:20 by doshiteSo I skipped last year and decided to do this year's list a tad bit differently, sort of like the Grammys but better, imho. 2010 was an interesting year in terms of potentiality. There were some fantastic releases and artists that just got overlooked and/or ignored, these releases and artists speak volumes of what 2011 will look like and from what I've heard, it's looking to be probably one of the better years for music. Oh and then Kanye managed to grab everyone's coveted number one spot (except for mine, but more on that later) but for the most part, I was bored with a lot of releases everyone raved about. So here's my take on the year: if you missed these albums, eps, and artists, try 'em out and see how you feel.
Best New Artist
1. Justin Nozuka - You I Wind Land And Sea
2. Esperanza Spalding - Chamber Music Society
3. Maylee Todd - Choose Your Own Adventure
4. Andreya Triana - Lost Where I Belong
5. Full Crate & Mar - Conversations with Her EP
Honorable Mention: Yahzarah - The Ballad of Purple St. James
3 Dec 2010, 04:57 by ebisuhttp://www.klsuradio.fm/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/underground_sounds-1-300x225.jpg
Underground Sounds on KLSU brings you the latest in underground hip-hop plus old-school favorites. Join us every Monday night at 11PM CST.
1.Stic.Man - So Focused - Manhood
2.Breez Evahflowin - Sound of My Life (feat. Paulie Ethnic) - As He Goes On...
3.Nas & Damian Marley - Strong Will Continue - Distant Relatives
4.Saul Williams - Explain My Heart - Volcanic Sunlight
5.The Roots - The Fire (feat. John Legend) - How I Got Over
6.Dee-1 - One Man Army - I Am Who I Am
7.Pharoahe Monch - Desire (feat. Showtyme) - Desire
8.Talib Kweli - Feel - Whose World Is This?
9.dead prez - Don't Hate My Grind (Feat. Bun B) - Turn Off the Radio: The Mixtape, Volume 3: Pulse of the People
10.Evidence - Letyourselfgo (Remix) (Feat. Phonte) - All Said & Done / Let Yourself Go
11.Black Milk - Warning (Keep Bouncing) - Album of the…
28 Nov 2010, 19:43 by samueljeronimoNão constitui novidade para ninguém: há muito que a indústria discográfica possui morte anunciada e, face às cada vez mais magras receitas, é normal que as grandes companhias discográficas se juntem às pequenas na aposta em projectos mais baratos. Este tendência, castradora, de início, no que respeita à edição, cria uma bola de neve: aquele punhado de álbuns escolhidos todos os anos pelos órgãos do costume, massificam a tendência e, com isso, despoletam o aparecimento de novos projectos com determinadas características, ao passo que empurram para o canto outros que as não reúnem.
Junte-se a isto a predominância de alguns produtores e a velocidade com que tudo isto circula pelo mundo inteiro através de várias ferramentas, que na Internet são disponibilizadas gratuitamente, e chegamos à situação actual, em que considero fazer mais sentido uma simples ordenação qualitativa daquilo que ouvi (dividida em grupos, pois se alguns discos são ela por ela, outros há que muito distam entre si), ao invés de uma lista dos melhores álbuns do ano.
24 Sep 2010, 22:09 by suBliminalien
30 Jan 2010, 11:57 by pamento*List is limited to one entry per artist just to keep it interesting*
50. Danger Mouse - The Grey Album (2004)
49. MF DOOM - MM..Food? (2004)
48. G-Side - Starshipz and Rocketz (2008)
47. Robin Thicke - The Evolution of Robin Thicke (2006)
46. R.A. the Rugged Man - Die, Rugged Man, Die (2004)
45. Killer Mike - I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind II (2008)
44. Aaliyah - Aaliyah (2001)