Emerging from the elite New Jersey music scene, the hook-heavy, Americana/alt-rock band Working Class Hussys hit the ground running in the music realm by redefining roots music. Along the way, they have manifested into a versatile and multifaceted rock band with their own signature sound and stylization. Songwriter and lead vocalist, Ian Patrick Gentles, has created an honest heartland rock feel leading Working Class Hussys to a unique shade of lo-fi in the rock genre that is truly their own in the present day. While their music can draw comparisons to other influential artists such as the Beatles and Bruce Springsteen, their eclectic and nostalgic sound resonates with a style that touches on equal parts originality and familiarity, giving their audience a taste of something fresh yet still identifiable.
Now with the release of their newest single, “Things That You Do”, the band has taken their sound to new heights and has garnered an insatiable following since the song’s release. From rock-driven guitar progressions, spot-on vocal melodies, a tight-knit rhythm section and catchy principal songwriting, Working Class Hussys’ newest single offers up a track that can resonate with just about any Rock era. They bring a warmer edge to the Indie Pop Rock style we’ve all come to know and love today, while still staying true to the genre’s roots and classic sound that started it all. This band brings their own unique qualities to the table to complete a sound that is authentic, dynamic and on the next-level for today’s modern music standard.
When you take a listen to the catchy rhythms, verses, choruses and vibes Working Class Hussys bring out in this well-crafted song, you’ll hear a sound that is truly magical and ends up on repeat. “Things That You Do” released on February 19th through Distro Kid and is currently available on Spotify and other digital music streaming platforms.
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If you’re yearning for hypnotic vibes, dreamlike vocal melodies and brilliant musicianship factors, then Echolily will become your new spirit animal.
Hailing from the landscapes of Melbourne in Australia, musician/producer Echolily has been conjuring up a signature style that is ambient, versatile and artistically driven. The female rising artist’s new single “Under The Clocks (Stay)” is like an addictive drug without the downward spiral; you’ll never stay away and you’ll find yourself craving more of what Echolily is offering. It’s an atmospheric collection of measures that delves deeply into her artistic merit and truly showcases her songwriting structures and production techniques. Utilizing a hypnotically melodic EDM/electronic & Synth-Pop approach, Echolily‘s experimental techniques lay a very impressionable foundation to this song and really grabs your attention with her attentiveness to detail. The track has several multi layers but never outdoes itself in any way. It is calculated and carefully structured, putting together a series of measures that touch on balance and composure to guide us through the song’s duration.
The production value is right where it needs to be and doesn’t rely on shock factor or cliched studio theatrics to deliver a solid finished product. “Under The Clocks (Stay)” is masterfully executed and holds nothing back when it comes to making room for wholesomeness. It’s a song that you need to hear to believe and it’ll definitely entice you to dive deeper into Echolily‘s discography and career. The single is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, DistroKid and several other digital music streaming platforms. Echolily is bound to leave an impression on you and this track is direct evidence.
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Kristina Murrell didn’t choose music, music chose her. The Barbados-born rising starlet has been dominating the iTunes charts with her debut album ‘Passion & Pain’ and has been hitting the ground running ever since its release this past Valentines Day. Comprised of ten viscerally melodic and swagger R&B tracks, Murrell proves that she has what it takes to reach new heights in today’s modern music market.
This album showcases Kristina Murrell‘s talent very effectively and her dynamic R&B style fits her vocal range like a glove. It has a nostalgic 90s flavor reminiscent of industry heavyweights like Aaliyah, Ashanti, Christina Millian, Monica and Toni Braxton. Her signature sound has balance and composure that touches on equal parts originality and familiarity, delivering a style that combines forces of yesterday’s and today’s more crucial R&B flavors. Her anchor single from this record “Got Me Dreaming” is dreamlike and visceral. Her melodic vocals are front and center from start to finish and her crafty lyrics diligently delve into her artistic merit. It’s a must-hear on all levels. Mid-album track “My Addiction (featuring Sonny King)” has a hypnotic and upbeat tempo that showcases the smooth bass lines in this track’s multilayered approach. It’s a versatile angle of Murrell‘s sound that gives her room to show off her multifaceted vocal styles and really encapsulates the wholesomeness this album has in many places. “Stronger” is brilliantly produced and has very anthemic guitar parts. This record’s production and performance value is absolutely top-notch and has gifted skill sets behind the finished product. It explores many different tempos and really takes R&B in new promising directions while still carrying the torch of that classic R&B sound that has made the genre what it is today. It’s brilliantly crafted, strongly executed and deserves its current place among the charts – recently taking the #1 slot in Barbados on iTunes.
With only being active for one year so far, we are stoked to see where Kristina Murrell ends up in the next five. She has accomplished more in a year than most veteran artists do in a decade and this debut record proves that she has no intentions of slowing down anytime soon. ‘Passion & Pain’ is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and other digital music streaming platforms. If this is your first time hearing her, you’ll become an instant fan. You’ll be more than glad you gave this record a spin (or three!).
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