BULAT is a versatile artist based out of California. Born in Russia, raised in the UK – he’s a world traveller. His style is a fusion of sorts, incorporating elements of folk, rock, reggae and Latin into his songwriting.
On January 8th, 2020 – he released his latest single “You Had Me at Hello”. The track demonstrates his ability to write songs and is definitely a must-listen for fans of rock, both new and old. So far, at the time of this writing, the track has hit over two-thousand streams on Spotify in less than a month – very impressive indeed.
On November 9th 2019, BEEZY RMG released his track “How Does It Feel” which also features AD Gant. The track is a really well put together piece of music with sonic scapes sure to grab anyone’s attention. For fans of R&B and Soul, this is one you certainly don’t want to miss!
According to his Spotify bio:
“Raised in Lubbock, TX Beezy was born with music in his soul. Living on the eastside of Lubbock was challenging and dangerous. Surrounded by gangs and drug dealers Beezy completed high school with out being sucked into the street life that surrounded him. He started making music while in high school. Wanting to make a life for himself he left Lubbock and headed to Dallas. Where he has been living and the place he now calls home.
A skilled singer and emcee Beezy can spit fire rhymes or sing soulful melodies. Never wanting to be label as one style of artist. Beezy mixes Jazz, Blues, R&B, Rock and Hip-Hop in to his music. Giving his music a unique sound. He has formed his own record label, RMG records. And he continues to grow in his music, his music relates to most people.”
Happy new year one and all and what better way to kick off the new year than with a review! Deep C Divers are a rock band from Boston, USA. They’re made up of Deep Chinappa (lead vocals), Paul Erlich (lead guitar), Gregg Marcus (bass), John Bordage (Drums), Bruce Scofield (part-time bass). Today, we’re taking a look at their track “Forgiveness” – what did we think of it? Here goes!
The song kicks off with piano and solemn vocals. Let’s not beat about the bush here – it’s a ballad, what do you expect? The song subject is as it says in the title. There are themes in the lyrics including, but not limited to, religion. Sometimes the lyrics feel rushed in the lyrics and honestly often comes across pretty cheesy.
Musically speaking, it holds up relatively okay. The instruments sound dry, not much reverb or effects done post-production from what we can tell from the mix. The drums are well at the back of the mix. Though we’re pretty sure they were recorded live, the mix does not do it any justice. The bass holds the tune down really well. The form itself sound like a throwback to an ELO tune. The guitar feels a bit restrained in the solo, we’re not sure if the guitar was recorded live via an amp or through a direct interface but it sounds like the latter. The way the song is written sounds like it wants to kick off towards the end and it comes close but never really gets there. There’s some strings in the song but it gets lost in the mix. Everything is hiding behind the vocals.
So much potential in one song, yet falls short. Perhaps hiring a producer may serve them better. The track is okay, give it a listen and judge for yourself.
On November 29th 2019, Peter Asschenfeldt & The Colonels released their track “Love You Till I Die”. A pop/dance track with all elements that would guarantee to blow your mind. The song itself is a well mixed and superbly produced masterpiece worthy of anyone’s time.