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Ali Jacko’s “Give My Love A Brand New Name” Hits #18 On The Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart

 

Singer/Songwriter Ali Jacko’s new single “Give My Love A Brand New Name (House/ADP Mix)” hits #18 on the Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart!!!

Five times World Kickboxing Champion Ali Jacko is taking the music world by storm. Releasing 11 singles in 11 months, titled the “11 in 11” Project, Jacko’s music is being extremely well received worldwide, as seen by his chart hitting success.

Music Week has been the leading trade media brand for the UK music industry for over 50 years, and is essential reading for anyone who needs to understand the business of music, from vinyl to streaming, from the Dublin Castle all the way to Wembley Stadium.

Check out the music video for  “Give My Love A Brand New Name” by Ali Jacko here:

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He has another hit single “I Found Love” in the new Indian Hindi language action thriller “Race 3” which is being released June 15, 2018. Check out the “Race 3” trailer here:

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Watch all of Ali Jacko’s music videos on youtube here including the hit single from the “Race 3” soundtrack “I Found Love:”

www.youtube.com/user/ajackorocksVEVO

Follow Ali Jacko on Twitter @TheAliJacko

The official website for Ali Jacko may be found at www.alijacko.com

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Esteban Alvarez releases “La Bikina”

Esteban Alvarez releases “La Bikina”

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/estebanalvarezmusic/

Composer and classically trained pianist Esteban Alvarez is making a lot of noise with his new song “La Bikina,” from his new album Piano Meets Mariachi at the moment, but the road to stardom for him has not been the easiest of paths traveled. Born and raised in San Jose, Costa Rica, Alvarez has been playing piano since adolescence. He taught himself how to play and compose on a keyboard that his father brought home one day when he was a boy, and from there, nothing could contain his attraction to the fine arts. Studying music and physics at the University of Costa Rica, Alvarez was chosen at just 20 years old to conduct and arrange music for the Escazu Folk-Music Band at SIVO in Central Europe, no small achievement for a man of such a young age. This led to a full scholarship to Baylor University the following year where he would major in classical piano performance and study directly under Dr. Terry Lynn Hudson and Dr. Vincent DeFries. His abilities on the piano were evolving into something much stronger than even his closest mentors could have predicted, and after graduating from Baylor with honors, it was on to the highly regarded jazz program at the University of North Texas. He became a staple in the jazz ensemble and was clearly the brightest mind in his class. Relocating to Austin, Esteban has been recording, writing and performing his own imprint of classical music even before leaving school, and in “La Bikina,” we get to see what all of his hard work was for.

Piano Meets Mariachi probably wasn’t recorded to redefine what classical music is going to sound like for Latin audiences, but it certainly does a good job at doing so nevertheless. For once we can have a true mariachi record that can feature jazz elements and accents from pop, standards, folk and classical music without coming off as a watered down attempt at making a commercially savvy hybrid. I don’t know about anyone else, but isn’t that something that fans of mariachi have been craving since the turn of the century, when many critics complained that the style had reached a creative plateau?

Alvarez doesn’t have to try very hard to sell us on his inventiveness, and that’s the magic in a short instrumental track like “La Bikina;” it lets the musicians’ hands do all of the talking. Robert Moog once said that “When a pianist sits down and does a virtuoso performance, he is in a technical sense transmitting more information to a machine than any other human activity involving machinery allows.” Is it Alvarez’s relationship with the piano that makes him so capable of expressing his emotion and message to us in this medium? Is it the piano’s exceptional magnificence that is allowing us to see the magnificent side of Alvarez? Perhaps the other way around? Whatever the case may be, Piano Meets Mariachi is my choice for piano album of this latter portion of the 2010s, if for no other reason than its amazing portrayal of a musician’s undying love for his instrument.

I-TUNES: itunes.apple.com/us/artist/esteban-alvarez/727835327

Clay Burton

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Rico B. OHIOSFINEST



Rico B. OHIOSFINEST

Rico B. is straight from the east side of Warren,Ohio. Where he produces & writes his own music along with several of his family members who feature on mostly all of Rico B.’s albums including the Los and Pheez along with Kontak and Db the Iceman form the group 839. You can find his music at the following sites below.
www.reverbnation.com/ricobohiosfinest
www.amazon.com/Veterans-Day-Explicit-Rico-Ohiosfinest/dp/B01LY1CBZE
www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz8KKKxhaZpQIqNTcy7zwQls0jeRmGLGO
open.spotify.com/artist/4dhTC2n8dwh2r9kdtJFFLI
www.facebook.com/RICO-B-Ohiosfinest-136034656453130/

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Bossalena



Bossalena

Bossalena Female Rap Artist from Compton California high energy lyrical but yet about her business. Bossalena is a artist ,audio engineer and ceo of greedy girls entertainment music industry female boss as she creates her own lane in this music game. Best female rapper award winner 20 plus mixtape 2 retail projects live performer touring artist Bossalena has been inspiring along the way as well as creating a buzz. Bossalena moved to texas to expand her music and be closer to her family i can say Bossalena is well rooted, living life to the fullest and a beast on the mic. Bossalena the female artist to keep your eyes on.

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MINISTRY OF HOUSE ANTHEMS




MINISTRY OF HOUSE ANTHEMS

Black Culture Connect is an unsigned house music group consist of 3 members, Mashudu Libago known as Edgaro, Rendani Mukwevho known as Dr’Mario & Khangwelo Makhuge known as Kavirl De Soul who were grouped together by their love of music.
After couple of singles they released that brought them too close to look forward for more together in the music industry.
“I believed in this group since day 1 and had so much faith in it, hoping somedays we’ll go far together as one” said Dr’Mario. Their music touches everyone as they did it to represent the Venda Tribe musically all over the continent which were mostly Tribal House with too much of Ancestoral sounds to represent where they come from.

Black Culture worked with different artist all over the country and outside the country which brought them lof of exposure. National Artists/DJs, Local & International… One of their single was released internationally by RAISINI RECORDS in America which was one of the best platform as they were as well selling their music in digital stores.
Though they faced lot of challenges in their music career, they never gave it up in their dreams.

Black Culture Connect NEW album seems to be their breakthrough, they worked with couple of different artists with different genres to crack the market both sides, Tina Dlangwana, LadyCofi,Makhadzi,Arthur Songs,Beat Movement, B-Force, Sir Mckleker, Kalifonia Black, Thendelo, Grey Culture. The album is fully armed with powerful voices of the people and different touches. called MINISTRY OF HOUSE ANTHEMS.

They now busy promoting their music as they also shooting their music videos to give their music a standard. For more contact: musicalscientist@hbmediagroupfilms.co.za or Call : +2771 122 7699


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Spiralithic

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GTIN: 096962325916

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Les Gnossiennes d’Erik Satie
by Spiralithic

Reissue
HBR 010

Link: www.haresbreathrecords.com/product/spiralithic-les-gnossiennes-d-erik-satie-reissue

Analog Prophet

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GTIN: 009696232296

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An apocalyptic musical journey as described by the Prophet Hesekiel, chapter 40-48, painted with ambient electronic music and ethnic brush strokes.

Link: www.analogprophet.com

Analog Prophet

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Media Type: Digital

GTIN: 096962322960

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An apocalyptic musical journey as described by the Prophet Hesekiel, chapter 40-48, painted with ambient electronic music and ethnic brush strokes.

Link: www.analogprophet.com

Cathy Hutch is Free Wheelin’

Cathy Hutch is back!

URL: www.cathyhutch.com/

Country music, like many other genres in the larger umbrella of popular music, has often served as a notable flashpoint for a lot of the political and social unrest that has been present during various times in history. Just a little more than a decade and a half ago, the United States’ foray into the War on Terror was essentially soundtracked by a legion of Nashville songwriters eager to support the war effort but unfortunately put into the precarious position of being too closely associated with the American conservative movement (thus alienating half of their intended record-purchasing audience). This isn’t an isolated occurrence. We look to our artists, our actors, our musicians to guide us through the storm when it gets to windy out and we can’t see our way through the lightning and fog. It’s a scary world out there sometimes. Right now, feminism is finally getting the sort of mainstream platform that it has collectively worked tirelessly towards for over a century. In this movement we are being made privy to some truly sensational female songwriters, performers and producers that genuinely have a shot at changing the game for future generations of female artists for the better. One standout on the Canadian side of the border that’s caught my attention most recently is none other than Fredericton, New Brunswick’s own Cathy Hutch, a phenomenally gifted singer and songwriter whose new record Free Wheelin’ pushes the limits of country music to revolutionary territory and brings with it some great rallying cries for the contemporary revolution in equalitarianism that we’re witnessing today.

Cathy Hutch isn’t your typical country singer. Actually, she’s not even your typical musician. In a collection of songs that could sit perfectly fine next to any of your favorite classic rock records as easily as could beside Tanya Tucker or Patsy Cline, Free Wheelin’doesn’t particularly fit into any one genre over another, instead embracing its heterogeneous influences with a fervor that is quite refreshing and aesthetically pleasing to hear. In the title track, a white hot overdriven guitar takes us careening through a furious verse that calls for self-empowerment, tenacity and confidence with a cocky swagger that challenges any of the most amplified macho power anthems you’ve heard in the last decade and beyond. “Reflections of My Life” paints a poignant picture of the yearning and inner conflict that rages when we don’t want to die, but we don’t know how to go on living the way that we always have (and possibly the only way that we know how). There’s a uniquely feminine resolute spirit and backbone that drives all of the passion behind Cathy Hutch’s music and lyrics on Free Wheelin’, and it’s moving not only for women but for my fellow music critics as well to see such a strong contribution from an up and coming artist like this. 2018 needed something to definitively pick up the pace and set the bar for the upcoming decade in popular music, and I think this album does both exceptionally.

TWITTER: twitter.com/CathyHutch

Clay Burton

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Rico B. OHIOSFINEST

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GTIN: 076625926599

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1. WARREN CITY FUNK – Los, Rico, Lil Shady, Pheez
2. RUDE BOY – Pheez, Los, Rico, Key, Tynisha
3. STILL IN DA DUBB – Rico, Lil Shadv, Los, Pheez, Dozia
4. RHYMES HIGH – Rico, Los, Pheez, Kiane (Keyzz)
5. DRANK – Los, Rico, Dozia, Kontak
6. PLAY – Rico, Los, Pheez, 100, Sassy
7. WANT TO – Los, Kontak, Rico, Pheez, Kiane (Keyzz)
8. WANT YOU – Rico
9. EXTRA CLIPS – Pheez, Rico
10. PARTY OVER MY CRIB – Rico, Los, Pheez
11. NO HOOK – Rico, Wulverine (839), E Griggs, Pheez, Ajani Allen (Dworkx)
12. BACK AT IT – Rico, Los, E Griggs, Pheez
13. WHATCHA GONNA DO – Rico, Los
14. BACK TO BACK – E Griggs, Los, Kontak, Rico, 100
15. CAN’T TRUST MY BOYS – Rico, Los, Kiane (Keyzz), E Griggs, Sandman

Link: ohiosfinest.tk

The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina – Act 3

The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina – Act 3

CD BABY: store.cdbaby.com/cd/themerrymakersorchestrina

The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina is a trio based out of the New York City area and led by singer/songwriter/guitar player Ryan Shivdasani. The band has altered their lineup since the recording of this full length, but there’s little question listening to Act 3’s thirteen cuts that nothing will change about Shivdasani’s creative vision for the band’s music. It isn’t easily classifiable. It’s close to say that Shivdasani’s musical loyalties lie with terse, often angular guitar driven art rock with minimal clutter and an elevated lyrical quality, but you can’t quite pin Shivdasani and the band’s songs down – they take some surprising, label defying turns along the way that makes it clear they are far more than just another power trio revolving around a central figure’s guitar work. The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina’s album Act 3 shows that there are many more acts to come for this talented songwriter and his equally talented band mates.

“Together” may seem like a relatively improbable opener thanks to its crazed pace and fiery temperament, but it becomes clear that The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina want to get Act 3 off to a fast start and there’s simply no other song on the album that would have worked as effectively in this spot. It has a strong punk rock bite and Jack Redford’s bass playing has every bit of the energy this sort of track demands. “Particle Craze” and some of the album’s later songs sound profoundly influenced by bands like Television, early Talking Heads, or Richard Hell and the Voivoids, while manifesting its own unique character. We get the first hint of his lyrical acumen with this tune, but that really emerges in full with the album’s third song. “Watched You Out My Window” tells a story in a way that few songs on Act 3 do and has great subtlety in doing so. Shivdasani’s guitar work hinges on a melody that sets the song’s overall emotional tone while the lyric doesn’t show all its cards at once.

“East of Eden” is cut from the same cloth as the album’s second song but with a much more deliberate tempo and a stronger focus on melody. There’s a balance here, however, between melody and atmospherics that’s missing from much more direct melodic efforts like the previous tune. The lyric is definitely just as strong as before and tells a very different story than “Watched You Out My Window”, but there’s every bit of the same insight into character as we enjoy with the previous song. Shivdasani and the band whip together some real menace with the song “Enemy” and it makes the same sort of deep impact we heard with the last two tracks. The chiming lilt of “Slip Away” blends country and folk influences together in a charming way that’s perfectly in keeping with what’s come before and benefits from one of Shivdasani’s best vocals.

The rhythm section really shines on the tune “Anarchy” and it has a pleasing retro sound with some flourishes along the way and a stormy ending that marks this as the band’s own. There’s a lot of great lyrical content in this track and Shivdasani delivers with more playfulness than you might expect going into it. “Blood Country” comes at you from the same place we heard with the earlier “Particle Craze” and other tunes along the way and gives us a lyric that provides listeners no comfort at all. There’s some light production touches influencing this song, like many of the others, and it makes this one particularly effective. “Wait Behind” ends Act 3 on a laid back, melodic note with a warm Shivdasani vocal. The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina will impress a lot of listeners with this release and you’ll be hard put to not find something on this album that will get under your skin and stay there. It’s one of 2018’s best releases.

SPOTIFY: open.spotify.com/album/4nVCsOykvkuBMzinHtU69g

Clay Burton

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Conor Gains – Compass

Conor Gains – Compass

URL: www.conorgainsband.com/

Conor Gains’ solo debut Compass opens with the song “I Know” and, from that song alone, listeners will rest easy realizing they are in confident and capable musical hands. The blues and jazz influences powering the ten song collection are cut with a tangible nod to soul and R&B in the way that Gains, one song after another, holds listener’s attention thanks to his penchant for writing and singing over deeply felt, atmospheric grooves. “Walking Alone” opens in a spartan manner with warm, tactile guitar accompanying one of Gains’ finer vocals before the drums enter and the song launches in earnest. There’s a light presence of backing vocals deepening the song’s soulful qualities, but Gains is more than capable of single-handedly carrying the song’s emotional demands. Brief passages of lead guitar punctuate the song at key dramatic points without ever overstepping its mandate.

“Dance Like It’s Your Birthday” mixes pure R&B stomp with a strong blues influence. The vocal presentation is highlight from the first and ends up being one of the best aspects of the song and achieves a particularly rousing quality during the track’s chorus. There’s a quick guitar rave up opening “Ordinary Love” segueing nicely into a slow burn torch song complete with stylish backing vocals and understated percussion. Gains’ singing glides through the changes and brings a gentle lift at specific points that widens the song’s reach. Each of the ten songs on Compass shows him to be a master of mood who never over-exerts to achieve effects. Instead, he makes his presence felt with an effortlessness that wins you over from the first. There’s even a smattering of rap vocals added near the song’s end.

He proves expert with gradual transitions as “I’ve Been Looking for Your Heart” builds from a muted opening to a stormy, impassioned conclusion without ever striking a false note along the way. Gains has the phrasing talents of a much older singer and certainly much of that can be attributed to a passion for perfecting his craft, but it’s just as much innate skill. “In My Head” has some tasteful, yet wonderfully bluesy piano playing matching every bit of the intensity in Gains’ singing. There’s a glowering intensity, even a low key menace, accompanying this tune that’s impossible to ignore and it revolves around the aforementioned piano and Gains’ show stopping vocal. It’s a mightily impressive way to start the album’s second half.

“Back to You” shifts the album’s musical gears slightly with an acoustic based tune. It has a palpable live feel to the performance, despite the flawless backing vocals, and reaches some rousing pinnacles along the way. There’s a surprising hint of Bon Iver’s influence in the massed vocals and clear focus on ambient production during the song’s first half, but it isn’t a pronounced thing. Compass’ longest song, “Miracle”, keeps Gains working in relatively low key musical surroundings and embraces his blues influences once again while bringing an impressive horn section to bear on the final result. The album’s second to last track “Darkness in the Light” continues to explore the more pensive edge of his songwriting, but Gains and his collaborators once again confound expectations during the song’s second half and push the envelope some. Compass concludes with another comparatively lengthy piece, “Mexico”, which blends more of his patented talent for soulful grooves with an evolving roots rock sound build around the guitar and never pushing too hard on listeners. This is a fully immersive and rewarding musical experience that bears repeated listens.

YOU TUBE: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD0U5ZTpxJo

Clay Burton

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Narrow Plains Self-Titled Spectra Music Group Debut Album To Be Released Friday May 18th, 2018

London based acoustic-Indie/Americana band Narrow Plains are releasing their Spectra Music Group self-titled debut album on Friday May 18th, 2018. Now available for pre-order, reserve your copy today!

Narrow Plains formed in early 2012 after writing and self-recording their debut EP “Somewhere In Between” at minimal cost but to some considerable critical acclaim. As one early review noted, “the passion and fury that spawns this type of intense creation is evident in both the lyrics and sound” (Kei Hendrix, Bandmark). After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback from the EP, the band decided to gig at any and every location available to them in and around their native London. They have performed at prestigious venues such as the 02 Academy Islington, 100 Club, Barfly, and Cavern Club in Liverpool and an increasing number of festivals. They have also played gigs in the USA.

The band released another self-produced, original double A single, “So Rewind”/ “Keep You Anyway in 2014 which gained them considerable praise, including being picked by BBC Introducing South as their “track of the day”.

The band has numerous awards. In 2016, they were nominated in the UMAs (Unsigned Music Awards) in the folk/country category. In 2015, the band won the Hard Rock Rising competition at The Hard Rock Café in London. They have received international acclaim and were winning finalists in the 2014 Canadian “Live In Your City” contest of Uprise.FM. They were also selected as Judges Pick by a prestigious panel of music experts in the USA-based Bands4Good online talent contest, winning a recording retreat with the legendary John Davenport in his North Carolina studio. The band used their time with John to record a live version of their song, “Choices” that propelled them to top of the Reverbnation indie charts.

Check out the new music video for “I Should’ve Known” by Narrow Plains here:

Their first single “I Should’ve Known” off of their new album made the finals in the Nashville Universe Music Awards for best single of 2018, which has increased the public anticipation for the highly anticipated new release.

Call and request “I Should’ve Known” at your favorite radio station today!

Pre-Order your copy of “Narrow Plains” on iTunes in the United States here:

itunes.apple.com/us/album/narrow-plains/1375031019

The official site for the Spectra Music Group may be found at www.SpectraMusicGroup.com

Follow the Spectra Music Group on Twitter @SpectraMusicInc

The official site for Narrow Plains may be found at www.NarrowPlains.com

Follow Narrow Plains on Twitter @NarrowPlains

For interviews and more information contact info@spectramusicgroup.com

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The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze Rockumentary Available on DVD




The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze Rockumentary Available on DVD

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DREAM EVIL PICTURES
5/15/18

The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze Rockumentary available on DVD

After a world premiere debut at Night Visions Film Festival in Helsinki, Finland, Dream Evil Pictures announces the highly anticipated DVD release of “The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze Rockumentary”.

DVDs can be directly purchased at: www.mentorsrockumentary.com/shop

This feature length documentary explores the intrigue of The Mentors, one of the most controversial rock bands to emerge from the 1970’s. Most known for their shock rock stage presence akin to GG Allin & The Murder Junkies, a long history of false rumors and outrageous myths also helped augment their fame and notoriety. Learn how this trio inspired and offended masses worldwide using chauvinistic satire and an obscene comical act, playing an identifiable role in moral depravity and pushing the boundaries of freedom of speech.

While weaving together rare archival footage, recent tour coverage and an intimate collection of interviews, filmmaker April Jones captures the bands climb from scum to shock to success, culminating in a shocking conspiracy that involves former member, Eldon Hoke, famously known as El Duce. Interviews include The Mentors own Stephen Broy and Eric Carlson, along with select members from Gwar, Fang, The Dwarves and others.

“With The Mentors, there is only a fine line between offensive content and humor, but April Jones’ documentary approaches its subject from an unbiased viewpoint. Jones looks past the band’s executioner hoods and provocative outbursts, unfolding the obscene story in an entertaining way.” – Rokumentii Rock Film Festival

“The Mentors is a film with something to offend everyone…loved it!” – Gary Sherman, Director, Vice Squad & Poltergeist III

“You understand that there will be hell if they play….” – Antifa

“Despite widespread controversy, I was able to dig deep to reveal who The Mentors really are. Get ready to be rocked, shocked, and offended by yourself for laughing! This film removes the hoods and facade only to capture the truly intimate, hilarious, and surprising story of the undeniable Kings of Sleaze.” – April Jones, Filmmaker, The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze Rockumentary

Follow the latest news and commentary on the fan page: www.facebook.com/MentorsRockumentary

View trailer and download full Press Kit here: www.mentorsrockumentary.com

To host a screening in your town email: mentorsrockumentary@gmail.com
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The Stone Tapes

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GTIN: 096962325909

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The Stone Tapes – The Kingdom of Mercia album

Link: thestonetapes.bandcamp.com/album/the-kingdom-of-mercia