Last year Locher brought us Conversations, today he releases Conversations (Revisited). This newly revisited and extended sound piece consists of a serial chain of phone calls.
Brighton’s Mute Speakers (Rob O’Hara) provides sample laced “jazz-hop” of the finest order.
I could easily throw in the ‘for such a youth” qualifier before every bold statement, but I’m not going to. L.B. sets them up, knocks them down, nothing else but quality sample driven jamz here.
Simply a smooth, Michael Jackson (esque) number, from the dudes called BoomBox. FREE exclusively via This Song Is Sick.
These are the folks that took me out of my own creations, and allowed me to just be a fan of music again, something I honestly misplaced and the reason I do this site. So cheers to all of you for making this last year fun for us, we appreciate it.
Joel’s inspiration for making these tunes comes from the heart. His Father released a Gospel album as well, when he was about the same age. A cool story indeed, which fits perfeclty with the purity and tone of these songs.
Under The Chrome Sea is the new concept album from Forrest James, It’s all deep with a tinge of bitter-sweet, and the continually (popular) epic style explorative.
Heavier tones of electronica, mashed with the steady orbit of rock, and glam style vocals.