When it comes to catchy riffs and full-throttle Rock elements that perfectly implement stylizations from both yesterday and today’s Rock eras, Atlanta-based rockers The Relics‘ newest single “Addicted” absolutely delivers the goods.
Known for their anthemic riffs, punchy rhythm section and solid vocal hooks, “Addicted” is The Relics‘ newest effort that is definitely appropriately titled. From the second this track starts, it goes all in from start to finish completely uninterrupted. Their authentic sound is apparent immediately and fits in perfectly with just about any era of Rock you desire. It has elements of Classic Rock, 80s hair band Rock, 90s grunge and today’s more versatile Rock sound. But the best thing is definitely the top notch songwriting and performance value. There’s no over-production theatrics whatsoever and reinforces the plug-in-and-play formula that made Rock what it is today. The vocals have an impressive mid-to-high range that follows a formulaic melody that really drives this tune. The lyrics are clever, the catchiness is unwavering and the band is unapologetically authentic. You just can’t go wrong with this song.
The Relics have been hitting the ground running since their inception into the market and “Addicted” is definitely going to take the band to new heights. If you haven’t heard them yet, then this track will give you an instant fan status. One of the most notable parts of the song is the staying power — the power to stay with you even after it’s over and will leave an everlasting impression on you. It’ll also entice you to look into The Relics‘ discography. Past, present and future. “Addicted” releases on March 12th and can be pre-saved at the link below. You’ll be more than glad you did.
When Wicked Th3o claims to go against the norms, it’s not only accurate, but understated as well. He’s the type of artist you need to hear to believe, and for good reason.
Far from your typical artist, Wicked Th3o‘s uniqueness comes in the form of shape shifting goodness. Utilizing a persona that is comprised of robots and ETs in a futuristic realm, his self titled 5-track EP has been making shockwaves across the landscape in epic fashion. His EDM-influenced Hip Hop flavors are rhythmic, controversial, brilliant and crafty. His rhymes and bars tell stories from his mechanical heart, and those that may have underestimated him in the past have regretted doing so. The two major standouts on this EP are definitely “Pacman Returns” and “Breaking The Chains”, both which are versatile and multifaceted. “Pacman Returns” fits in perfectly with other chart toppers and has verses with untouchable swagger, while “Breaking The Chains” has that anthemic chorus that has insatiable staying power; the power to stay with you even after it’s long over.
His signature sound touches on equal parts originality and familiarity, giving his audience a taste of something fresh yet still identifiable. His unyielded success since his inception is reminiscent of a passionate kid with money on his mind, but still with endless love in his heart. Either way, Wicked Th3o is the type of artist that loves to inspire and be inspired. He’s your favorite artist’s favorite artist and a major force within the spectrum. When it comes to this EP’s production value, it has a perfected blend of balance and composure. It boasts a cleverly tailored style that underground fans will undoubtedly appreciate, but still has its place anchored among the mainstream charts. If he keeps up this pace, he will skyrocket to the top and your likelihood of stopping him will be essentially nil. He has successfully amassed over 140,000 plays and has built a collective following that drastically surpasses today’s average Hip Hop artist. Again, he’s an artist you need to hear to believe, and you’ll be beyond happy that you did. His self titled EP is currently available exclusively on Spotify as well as other digital music streaming platforms. Strap yourself in for the ride.
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Artists can be dime a dozen, but there is only one Alaskan Rhino.
When it comes to atmospheric progressions, dynamic melodies and a distinct EDM flavor that soothes the eardrums, Las Vegas-based artist Alaskan Rhino‘s “Concentrate (Extended Mix)” is a draft pick of its calibre. Comprised of a multifaceted and multi-dimensional mix down and versatile production value, this single covers several angles of Alaskan Rhino’s artistic merit. His signature sound delves into the musical realm that captivates the mind and anchors the spirit. Moving through dreamlike sequences and rhythmic measures throughout this track’s duration, you can clearly grasp onto the uniqueness that this artist brings to the forefront. It’s ambient, anthemic and far above your contemporary EDM track and showcases AR’s skill sets in all the right places. It’s a feel-good song but goes far beyond simple expectations. It diligently mixes the realms of intricacy and safety measures, delivering a song that is brilliantly effective in its melody-driven sound but still offers up levels of detail that is attentive and well put together.
If this is your first time hearing Alaskan Rhino, you’ll be thoroughly surprised, intrigued and altogether thrusted into a whirlwind romance with your first listen. It’s a song that sustains strong staying power, the power to stay with you even long after the song is over, and is repeat-listen worthy in every way. It’s a track that’ll entice you to do a deep dive into AR‘s discography – past, present and future. While it may seem like EDM artists are dime a dozen, this artist has the true ability to stand out among the rest and leave everlasting impressions among the masses of today’s indie spectrum. If you yearn for perfect parallels between both production and performance value, then “Concentrate (Extended Mix)” will be one of your new favorites. The track is currently available on Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud and several other digital music streaming platforms. You’ll be more than glad you gave it a listen (or three).
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