It is like getting back in time. Take Yo Time is the debut album of musical duo Benjamin Hunter & Joseph Seamons. Listen up to this newest artists as they take us to a journey that will remind you of how beautiful a simple life is. This album is easygoing, and has unassuming vibe. It is a combination of folk, acoustic, blues, and country with that distinct 60′s musical style.Read More
Big vocals? Check. Catchy beats? Check. Undeniable swag? Oh, that one won’t be forgotten.
Upon hearing the first few notes of Jennifer Meade‘s EP, Loveville, you can quickly tell that this girl’s got the pipes to last her through a lifetime. A lifetime of entertaining us, that is.Read More
Take a plunge on some blues and hip-hop flavored indie pop all the way from the sunny beaches of San Diego, California. In this self-titled EP, Spencer Jarrad aka Goofy Foot brews seven masterpieces that will surely jump start our day.
Opening track The Chokey welcomes the ears with booming drum beats and hand-clapping rhythms. Listen as Goofy Foot spurs some lyrical wizardy. This is a powerful, solid opening piece that sets a certain kind of swag and attitude to the whole album.
Chase last year’s blues away with a record that’s sure to transport your senses back to the yesteryears.
Live At Blues Alley, a collection of jazz tunes recorded live, definitely fits the bill. It’s brought to us by the long-standing U.S. Army Blues, an Army Dance Band that entertained soldiers and civilians in dance zones during World War II.Read More