Day: September 6, 2018

Mixtaped Recommends – Soph Retief–Sick of U

Soph Retief is a singer-songwriter based in London composing in styles such as pop, electronic and soul. Born and raised in Singapore, Soph Retief grew up singing and playing the violin, piano and guitar. Soph Retief wrote her first composition at 12 years old and since then she has been continuously bringing her music to […]

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My Blood – twenty one pilots

Twenty One Pilots were formed in 2009 by high-school friends Tyler Joseph, Nick Thomas, and Chris Salih. The pop trio built an enormous regional following across Ohio and the Midwest, spurred on by constant energetic touring, shrewd use of interactive social media, and connecting with fans on a grassroots level. Twenty One Pilots self-released their […]

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Feel Your Love – TiMO ODV

While the genre has traditionally been vitalised by a generous incorporation of African rhythmic elements, Mzansi’s local deep house scene saw a major shake-up in 2015 thanks to a young gun named Timothy Oude Vrielink. Better known by his stage name TiMO ODV, the Jozi producer/singer opted to focus more on riveting vocals and catchy […]

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Love No More – Loud Luxury & Anders

Describing their sound as “deep house with a shot of tequila,” Los Angeles-based Canadian duo Loud Luxury make bright, ecstatic dance-pop with wistful lyrics, inspired by Disclosure, the Weeknd, and Calvin Harris. Andrew Fedyk and Joe Depace met as students in London, Ontario and began making music together in 2012. They began posting remixes and […]

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Lucky You (feat. Joyner Lucas) – Eminem

On 1999’s “My Name Is,” Eminem entered the public imagination with a mandate: “God sent me to piss the world off.” From his provocative early work to the redemption narratives of 8 Mile and beyond, he’s more or less stayed true to form, holding a mirror to the American psyche—and his own—with an incisiveness rarely […]

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Kamikaze – Eminem

On 1999’s “My Name Is,” Eminem entered the public imagination with a mandate: “God sent me to piss the world off.” From his provocative early work to the redemption narratives of 8 Mile and beyond, he’s more or less stayed true to form, holding a mirror to the American psyche—and his own—with an incisiveness rarely […]

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THE MOON! – Shane Eagle

The laidback grooves and heady beats of Shane Eagle may effect a casual cool, but careful attention to the MC’s flow reveals a profound, creative mind. In complex, unfolding rhymes, the South African rapper spins verses that take aim at social ills, authority figures and a deep bench of haters. His wickedly sharp barbs shift […]

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