Logic is a 22 year old emcee out of the DMV area representing Maryland. Today we are excited to release a new song entitled “War Vet.” Logic raps over the infamous Rack City production.
Logic wanted to get this record out to his fans to thank them for all their amazing support. This song will NOT be on his upcoming mixtape entitled “Young Sinatra: Undeniable.” However, he wanted to give the fans something as he finishes that project for a spring release.
Logic – War Vet (Rack City) (Download): http://www.mediafire.com/?69pebkidprxyk8o
23 year old DJ/producer Borgore recently appeared at SXSW Music Festival in Austin, TX in support of his new Flex EP. To document the trip and give you the “Unofficial SXSW Borgore Experience,” the beat-maker has unleashed footage of the mayhem and excitement from those shows. The clip features the club banger “Kiss My Lips,” Borgore’s collaboration with pop singer Dev (“Bass Down Low,” “In the Dark”), which also has a brand new video of its own.
Unofficial SXSW Borgore Experience
Borgore vs. Dev “Kiss My Lips” Video:
Flex EP Stream:
WORLD PREMIERE for you guys brought to you by Future Star as always. This is the brand new Chris Brown single “Sweet Love” off the upcoming Fortune album dropping on May 8th. Stay tuned for the next single “Till I Die” featuring Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa too.
Georgia Anne Muldrow, in the midst of an East Coast tour that has already seen her perform two dates in Canada, along with a captivating show at SOBs in New York City, is excited to release of her new album, Seeds. The LP, a fully collaborative effort with producer Madlib, is now available via SomeOthaShip Connect.
To celebrate the release, which is already being hailed by Pitchfork as some of her strongest work to date, Georgia is offering fans an exclusive stream of the album’s latest single, “Kneecap Jelly.” The song, as with the rest of the album, is hinged upon Madlib’s room-warming low end and well-placed samples – “Kneecap Jelly” opens with a bending bass lane and wonderfully simple guitar riff – instrumentation that leaves plenty of room for Georgia’s powerful vocals, as she sings on the chorus, “I am one/ And I am for directions on this wheel of life/ It is wise to honor all of god’s children/ On this wheel we ride.”
Austin experimental electro-pop guru, Xander Harris’ newest release, “Chrysalid”, is out now on Dallas imprint, Pour Le Corps Records. Limited to 100 cassette copies, the new 15 track tape record is based on a science fiction short story that Harris attemped to write a few years ago and never finished. The sound on “Chrysalid” is heavily inspired by 70s, 80s, and 90s science fiction television scores. Upon first listen, Harris’ music takes you into a deep trance that is reminscent of the theme song from Halloween.
Harris explains, “It is the story of how the ugliness of humanity manifested after the invention of robots used to aid in the pleasures and mundane of daily life. The end result was an uprising led by hackers and female robots fighting to be classed as citizens and free people. The leader of the revolt was a female android named “Chrysalid.” The record is science fiction music for science fiction people.
Harris recently released a remix for psych-pop duo, Peaking Lights on the album “936 Remixes”, a split with Dylan Ettinger called “Driver” / “Tipoff” and “Urban Gothic” on Los Angeles’, Not Not Fun Records.