A ‘Karma Tree’ is springing up, and it offers a lot of goodies.
Swedish band Karma Tree is serving us up a plateful of tunes (really, a stunning 13 tracks) via its latest release, Always Near. They’re keeping it fairly simple with a squeaky-clean brand of experimental pop-rock — both accessible and eclectic at the same time.Read More
Stop whatever you’re doing and listen to The Wyld‘s Abstract EP released last October.
The Wyld creates a new wave of sound by fusing opposing genres of hip-hop, ambient, and rock. This produces a body-shifting, almost spiritual music experience. With six tracks ready for download, this sampler is a great treat for those seeking a new kind of high.Read More
After a year of writing, Mosh doesn’t disappoint to connect with his core listeners in Empire released last October 30.
Known for combining hip-hop, electro, and punk, Mosh delivers a distinct sound that’s sharp, imposing, and monumental. Empire features 10 tracks of more relaxed beats and straight-up bangers compared to his 2012 release Monarchy.
Opening with an Oriental charm, Empress hits the ground with hooking electro beats running harmoniously with low, grungy bass. Fluttering oriental strings are pumped up with loud beats that blooms in the ears. Empress is the perfect tone setter to introduce the album’s overall theme.
Get those ukuleles up in the air, ‘cause we’re going with the ‘march of the real fly’!
The Sydney-based band, who upholds their music as folk and punk, are put to the litmus test in their second, self-titled effort. Bringing a whole lot of attitude, organ-playing, raw drums, and plain trippiness, we can safely say that March of the Real Fly is a bonafide mix of fun.Read More