Press Release: AlgoRhythm Recordings Presents “Genesis – The Prequel” Releasing On July 4th

Fans and enthusiasts of today’s more innovative and ambient musical auras will undoubtedly be captivated by this upcoming July 4th debut release. Written, produced and presented by LA-based DJ/composer and musical mastermind Nathan Whatley through his startup company AlgoRhythm Recordings, the upcoming debut 7-track release Genesis – The Prequel is described as a lo-fi hybrid fusion of sound, creating a fresh and new type of vibration for music listeners to experience. But also goes far beyond it as well both musically and visually.

Genesis – The Prequel is an atmospheric musical deep dive into a fresh take on today’s modern realm from several different angles – and really showcases Nathan Whatley’s musicianship factors both as a writer and producer over the last 20 years; exploring a signature style that is both enticing and original in its execution. This debut record delivers a dynamic and futuristic approach that will easily draw in any fan of today’s DJ and independent producers circuit. Comprised of 7 melodically visceral songs, opening track “Vibrations” kicks off this release with an upbeat rhythm that merges beautifully with the synth melodies and textures that are present throughout the composition’s arrangements. It’s quite the tasty introduction to the record and really sets the tone for the rest of the release.

Another notable track on this record is “Roses”, a song of soothing rhythms and atmospheric swells with some next-level synth leads. This song in particular has a nostalgic feel that could easily align with the early 90s R&B era, but still delves into a layer of originality that sets it apart as something completely on its own. Regardless, this track is an absolute treat and is definitely a standout on the record. One more notable track on this release is the hybrid and futuristic “Cheers”, which closes out the record. This wholesome track is very unique and implements vocal elements that resonate with its innovative approach. This song plays out more like a soundtrack or film score, showcasing an effective angle that explores Whatley’s craft even more thoroughly than some of the previous songs. It fits perfectly with the album’s aura and still manages to offer something different and versatile in its overall execution.

All 7 tracks play out like chapters; delivering something different with each one but all while implementing a signature sound that brings all the elements of the record together into one big wave of atmosphere that is both futuristic and nostalgic. For a debut release, Genesis – The Prequel is absolutely mind blowing with its production value, versatility and originality. It’s an album that will offer up a solid first impression as well as create the necessary buzz among its listeners to build up the anticipation needed for a successful follow up release in the very near future; thus getting ahead in the music market altogether through the power of a powerful release. New fans will be more than enticed to keep tabs on what AlgoRhythm Recordings puts out in the future, residually expanding the fan base every time a new listener discovers this record.

Genesis – The Prequel is a must-hear on all counts. The record officially drops on July 4th and will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and any other digital music streaming platform. In the meantime, you can hear a few songs off the record on AlgoRhythm Recordings’ official platforms below. You will not be disappointed.


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Exclusive Artist Review: Nick Duane – “Broken Promises” Album

Emerging from the Providence, RI and prominent surrounding New England scene, rising Indie artist Nick Duane has been building an insatiable buzz throughout the landscape since his inception into the music realm with his debut album Confessions in 2011 and hasn’t slowed down in the slightest. Encapsulating a signature sound that diligently blends an ambient 80s/90s Indie Rock sensibility with today’s more modern approach, Nick Duane’s uniquely captivating songwriting and lyrical concepts have truly manifested into something that is both original and versatile in its execution; drawing in fans from many different musical backgrounds and tastes.

With a slew of releases under his belt since his debut record, the recently released fourth album Broken Promises is a true pinnacle of Nick Duane’s craft and really showcases his dynamic ability to put together a collection of songs that captivate your attention with his classic yet futuristic Indie Rock sensibility. Completely self produced and written, this 12-track record sets a tone that is both anthemic and atmospheric. Each track compliments the next and Nick proves that he truly knows how to write/tell a cohesive story both lyrically and instrumentally. Comprised of rhythmic grooves, crunchy guitar progressions, ambient key textures and anthemic vocal melodies, Nick delivers a solid execution on this record equally between the factors of performance and production value. His mid-range Bowie-style vocals fit his Indie style diligently and his thought provoking lyrics offer up a futuristic flow that is both interesting and original.

One of the notable tracks on this record is opening track “Anything”, a rhythmic song with a smooth bass line, crisp guitars and a catchy vocal progression that really sets the tone for the rest of the album. This song especially delivers very cleverly crafted keyboard riffs and smooth guitar leads, so Nick’s musicianship factors are very apparent as this track plays out. Another standout on this album is “The Old World”, an atmospheric tune with beautiful synth swells and guitar textures. This song especially shines a light on Nick’s versatile songwriting approach and really adds several new layers of depth. This song has hints of The Cure and Pink Floyd in it, which compliments Nick’s overall approach on this record and really explores a fresh angle of his musicianship factors.

One other notable track on this record is the album single “Birthday Greetings”, an acoustically driven anthem with several atmospheric layers and textures that brings Nick Duane’s signature sound to the forefront. This soothing track has very rhythmic progressions and leads that compliment each other throughout the song, and with Nick Duane’s story-telling vocals at the helm partnered with effective vocal melodies, this song truly hits it out of the park and brings every element of this record into one tasty flavor. Fans of the Dark Side of the Moon album will especially love this track, but even with nods to some of the original Rock greats throughout the record, Nick’s style is completely versatile, original and insatiably catchy. Any fan of the Indie Rock genre, no matter the era, will appreciate this record in full. It brilliantly brings together the essence of old school flavors and today’s more futuristic and modern musical realms, all stirred into one solidly anthemic tasty stew that is Broken Promises.

The album is currently available on Nick Duane’s official website along with Spotify and BandCamp. You’ll be more than glad you gave it a listen. You will also be enticed to do a deep dive into Nick’s discography and history.


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Artist Review: Kevin Borland – “Talking To Dead People” Album

Orlando, Florida’s Kevin Borland started making his impact in the music world with his 2016 debut album ‘Harbor City Meltdown’, a record that handsomely boasts his artistically progressive pop/alternative rock signature sound with a stylization that is original and dynamic. Tackling the realm of music with many successful releases under his belt over many years, Borland has a true knack and passion for being a composer/solo artist with several crucial influences from industry heavyweights like David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, as well as guitar pioneer Steve Vai.

Consistently putting out an array of notable releases since his debut in 2016, Borland has manifested into a thriving and rising solo artist, upping the ante with every record in terms of catchiness, coherence, creativity and originality. And this is heavily apparent with his newest album ‘Talking To Dead People’, a 15-track juggernaut that brings Borland’s colorful musical landscapes into to the forefront with cohesively catchy guitar riffs, progressive keyboard measures and melody-driven vocals fused together with well thought out lyrical themes. The track “Spoon Without a Fork” is a good example of this. With an unwavering groove from start to finish at the helm of this song, this track’s bass lines really tighten up the rhythm section in a way that drives the song in a dynamic direction alongside the story-telling narrative of Borland’s vocals. Topping the flavors off with prog/rock-style single-picking guitar riffs, this song is a standout of the album with its innovative verses and dangerously catchy chorus alongside all of the layers this song peels back as it plays out. If this is your first time hearing Kevin Borland, then this song will leave you with an insatiably unforgettable impression.

Another notable track on this record is the synth-driven “Autographed Picture of a Robot Dog”, a more jam band kind of approach with a gritty, bluesy rotund low end carrying an ominous melody that reminds you of the London nightlife. This song is anthemic, atmospheric and continues to demonstrate Borland’s inventive lyrical narratives – giving this song a distinctive edge that is sharp, witty and altogether innovative. Every part of this song is put together very diligently, especially the background vocal layers in the chorus that really give the entirety of this song’s melody an enhancement of compliments and style. It’s a brilliant listen from beginning to end and really solidifies the album’s overall tone.

One other song that really stands out on this record is closing track “No Love in the USA”, a more upbeat track with cruising tempos, diligently paralleled keys and guitars, and a big chorus that encompasses an anthemic arena of catchiness. This crafty closeout song not only wraps the record up with a shiny bow on top, but also entices you to start the record over again and do a deeper dive into Kevin Borland’s discography altogether. One thing this album has especially is multi genre approaches without crossing into absurd genre-mixing territories. It’s not some experimental craziness, it’s a diligently-composed and brilliantly themed collection of songs with crafty thought provoking lyrics that implement artistic outbursts of spoken word measures that really lend to the theming aspects of each song – coherently showcasing a signature sound that’s not only effective, but innovative in its execution as well. The attention to detail is amazing not only in terms of writing, but the performance factor as well. The production value is on point and doesn’t outdo itself in any way throughout the record’s duration. All in all, ‘Talking to Dead People’ is hands down Kevin Borland’s best release effort yet and will definitely hold a high regard upon those giving him a first listen. Those who are just discovering him will especially be impressed and will likely find enticement to go down the rabbit hole of Borland’s past releases, as well as pay close attention to the prospect of future ones as well. This album will not (and does not) disappoint in the slightest. ‘Talking to Dead People’ officially drops in June of this year and will be available across all digital music streaming platforms.


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