Bahamas Strong in South FL

“Breweries across South Florida have pooled their resources to help communities in the Bahamas that were decimated by Hurricane Dorian. Dorian made landfall in the northern Bahamas September 1 as a Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds of 185 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center, and was stationary over the area for nearly two days. At least 20 deaths have been attributed to Dorian in Abaco … Continue reading Bahamas Strong in South FL

TROP

Topidelic is a 6-piece tsunami, releasing an unexpected meteor of sound and spoken word to transfixed crowds with woven melodic interludes of rapidly delivered and radically aware observation. In scenes of powerful color; James Begin and Derek McBryde sway into a cotton candy cloud of paint, a slide and coil wrapped brass duo in synched celebration. Matt Roads radiates optimism increasingly throughout the video, winning … Continue reading TROP

Local Luv: Spred the Dub

“…their sound is an eclectic mash up of grooves and riddems incorporating elements of reggae, jazz, funk, soul and good old rock n’ roll which reflects the cultural melting pot that is their home.” ~The Miami Herald Truly, these guys are amazing. I’m just realizing what a lack of local luv I’ve been showing. Shame on me. I’ll get it together, I will… Spred the … Continue reading Local Luv: Spred the Dub

Transit 22 Releases ‘A Song for Rhune’

In an honorable nod to one of his most devoted fans, Canada-based rapper Transit22 has released a bittersweet tribute track, ‘A Song for Rhune.‘ A 12 year old devoted supporter who had donated his birthday money to support Transit22’s (Daniel Bennett) “Dark Day// Good Morning” kickstarter campaign, Rhune and his mother had recently attended and met Bennett at a US show. Being a father himself, and … Continue reading Transit 22 Releases ‘A Song for Rhune’

Here’s Your Sad, Fat Luck

Ceschi Ramos launches a multiversed rap trilogy masterpiece with Sad, Fat Luck. The full length, “never supposed to happen” album with producer Factor Chandelier draws on lyrics based in confronting, specific citings of previous triumphs and despairs experienced both together, and apart, which is something seemingly woven in the very fibers of their dynamic collaborations… So many incredible artists come together and make something with … Continue reading Here’s Your Sad, Fat Luck