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Tonoso Debuts With A Hypnotizing New Single

With the vast styles of music out there, it is always refreshing to hear something smooth and full of dynamic attention, done fresh. Emerging from Los Angeles is a new duo named Tonoso, and they have just dropped an incredible track for their first single, featuring vocalist Johnny Gr4ves. “The Wolf”, their debut release, is something very different from the masses, and here’s why you need to check them out. Taking a first listen, you’ll be met with glittery keys and a watery atmosphere, which when put together with the vocals, turn into something else. Something to note about this more »

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William Crooks Drops Inspiring LP ‘if i don’t live forever’

Let’s get straight to the point: William Crooks‘ LP ‘if i don’t live forever’ is more than a song, more than beats, but a work of art. A compilation of 12 works, the album mixes in LoFi styles in such a way that it is distinctly still Hip-Hop while showing a clear consciousness of the current LoFi movement. There is no single mood of the album. It seems to tackle a very wide range of emotions, but carries a sense of nostalgia with it’s vinyl sound. And it makes sense that it has this air of nostalgia, as the project was more »

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Louis Futon flips Kendrick Lamar’s ‘PRIDE’ into a mood-setting monster.

Less than a month after the monstrous release of Kendrick Lamar’s album ‘DAMN’, quite a few remixes have surfaced, including Mr. Carmack’s soundcloud takedown-worthy flip of DNA. Now, a new challenger has entered the ring in the form of Louis Futon. Futon is well known in the bass community for crafting sounds that are somehow, simultaneously hard and smooth, always leaving listeners in the mood and craving more. His most recent effort, shared to his Facebook, documents the journey of turning the intro of Kendrick’s PRIDE into a funky, lo-fi bedroom banger. Louis Futon remixing ‘PRIDE’ by Kendrick Lamar on Facebook He more »

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