Listening to the new track “The Watermelon” by Ketchy Shuby will do everything short of literally transport the listener to a smoky, jazzy bar where everyone is drunk, laughing, and having a good ol’ time.
The Rickenbacker-fueled jangly indie-pop of Lavola is sure to snag one’s attention. “The Queen is Dead,” the new video from the Miami foursome, is a catchy and gratifying piece of sonic sweetness.
With his restrained and tasteful voice and his chill style, hook filled songwriting worthy of Cee-lo Green or a Buddha Bar mix, Austin Paul hits all the right notes in his recently released video for “Believer.”
If South Beach is the place to get a dance party started, then don’t forget to throw on the latest mix by Dude Skywalker. The groove is relentless and the song choices are perfectly matched by a skilled DJ on his way to the top.
With a sexy beat and lo-fi vocals, Psychic Mirrors channel the vibe of a neon sign glowing through a darkened motel room window while something taboo happens in the background. Their brand new song “Midnight Special” channels a very evil Prince playing every note you want to hear.
Playing with a band of real musicians, The Politix takes his lyrical wordsmith-ing and applies it in a way that would make the Roots proud. The live performed video of “Love For Me,” released in late August, showcases his half-singing, half-rapping style in a catchy musical light.
The second to last track off of local Miami grind-sludge rockers new album, “Strange Transmissions from the Neuralnomicon,” is a non-stop barrage of heavy riff-age and constant sonic stimulation. The song, “Tragic Orbit: A Doomed, Cosmic Starship” sounds like what it is called. A spacy, doomy, intense jam that’s best listened to while floating.