We are still up and running with brand new music from the underground that may have gone under your radar. Sit back, relax and check out what we have for you below.
NY act Jamar Carr serves up a very insightful record on “Life Is Hard”. Poignant and very engaging record if we do say so ourselves.
NYC based group ACE NATION just released their new single “Buckle Up”. A song inspired by their love of 90s Hip Hop, and artists such as D’Angelo and Anderson .Paak. “Buckle Up” was recorded, mixed, and mastered at Transmitter Park Studio in Brooklyn, NY. It was produced by Abe Seiferth and Nick Sansone.
Producer Firewood Supply Co gifts us with a winter-themed record titled “Snowday”. The track was written during a Snowday in Denver Colorado. Stay warm with these jazzy Rhodes vibes and fireside beats.
SF-based emcee Gark Mavigan is back in the cut with “Picture Day,” a nostalgic, College Dropout-esque record featuring the Detroit Children’s Choir and Joni Fuller, a world-class violinist/cellist. The track is the second single off GOOD CHOICES, Gark’s upcoming album that will donate 100% of proceeds to local non-profits in the Bay Area. “Picture Day,” is produced by Jakarta Records standout Dr. Dundiff.
“Picture Day” is the follow-up single to “Jeff Hornacek,” a funky Freddie Jackson-sampled blapper that Gark dropped in January. “Picture Day” is the final drop before GOOD CHOICES hits digital shelves on March 26th.
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