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Kayzo & SLANDER Release Second Collaboration “Holy”

Bradley Callison

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SLANDER and Kayzo have returned to take hearts and quake dance floors with the second half of their “Dilapidation Celebration” EP on Monstercat. ‘Holy’ features warbled vocals, stabbing synths and a drum’n’bass influenced tempo that culminate into one wild ride. If you’re looking to get the party started and unleash some pent-up energy, ‘Holy’ is your mantra. The second track off the EP is the yin to ‘Without You’s yang, and together they showcase the immense amount of talent that both SLANDER and Kayzo possess as producers. Monstercat has been on a good run recently as well, as each recent release seems to top the previous one with amazement on my part. It has been quite a treat to watch this label and its artists grow to the size they are now and the future only looks just as promising.

SLANDER
10/27 – Skyway Theater – Minneapolis, MN
10/28 – Escape – San Bernardino, CA
11/03 – Intrigue – Las Vegas, CA
11/11 – EDC Orlando – Orlando, FL
11/17 – Intrigue Nightclub – Las Vegas, NV
11/18 – New Daisy Theater – Memphis, TN
11/22 – Foundation – Seattle, WA
11/24 – Echostage – Washington, DC
11/29 – Intrigue Nightclub – Las Vegas, NV
12/01 – Playstation Theater – New York City, NY
12/02 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
12/30 – Colorado Convention Center – Denver, CO
01/10 – 01/13 – Holy Ship! – Port Canaveral, FL

Kayzo
10/27 – Get Freaky – Great Saltair – Salt Lake City, UT
10/28 – BOO SF! – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
11/12 – Creamfields – ClubHipico – Santiago, Chile
11/17 – Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA
11/18 – Elektricity – Pontiac, MI
11/24 – Doghouse Takeover Portland – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
11/25 – Center St. Louis – St. Louis, MO
12/02 – Republik – Honolulu, Hawaii
12/08 – 808 Festival – Show DC – Bangkok, Thailand
12/15 – Creamfields – Asia World Expo Arena – Hong Kong, China
12/17 – Creamfields – Daijia Diverside Park – Taipei, Taiwan
12/23 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
12/29 – Sunburn Festival – Pimpri Chinchwad – Pune, India
01/10 – 01/13 – Holy Ship! – Port Canaveral, FL

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Hear Phil Crown Debut Single, “Pick Up The Phone”, It’s Hot!

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Pop artist on the rise Phil Crown isn’t necessarily a new face to the music scene; currently residing in Oakland, California, he has been producing behind the scenes for many notable artists over the last few years. Now, Phil is stepping into the spotlight and releasing his debut EP next month; he just dropped the first single off the upcoming ‘Desert Son’ EP, “Pick Up The Phone.”

“Pick Up The Phone” is a dance-infused pop song that captures the struggle a girl has when she’s feeling stuck in a moment of her life, not going anywhere.

Phil Crown explains the lyrics, “Pick Up The Phone is a metaphor to tell her to start making something of herself. Like a wake up call, ‘tell me how you want it’ and I can give it to you, as soon as you’re ready to listen.”

The first track off his debut album is a release in collaboration with Machat Records in association with Hippos and Tanks.

Press play on “Pick Up The Phone” below, courtesy of SoundCloud.

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Holidays Are Here! Listen To Charity Lockhart New Single, “The Reason Is Love”

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Charity Lockhart invites you to, share the holidays with her. Her single “The Reason Is Love” can be found on her new album, “Under the Mistletoe”… which is available for streaming and purchasing everywhere. The single was produced by Andy Gonzalez and Charity provides a certain angelic tone, that infuses R&B, Soul and Jazz. It’s a preview of what’s in store on the full album. Please listen and share with family over this holiday season.

“This song is what I live for everyday. Using a contagious smile and knowing that my reason to live is to love.” – Charity Lockhart

Get into the Holiday spirit with this catchy new tune below, courtesy of Spotify.

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Maino, Dave East, And Jaquae Team Up On ‘Bag Talk’

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Harlem has bred some serious talent, but next up in the city’s big leagues may be Dave East. The soloist is showing unique promise, his collaboration with Jaquae and Maino being another reason why. With meaningful beats and lyrics tied to highly melodic vocal verses, ‘Bag Talk’ makes an impactful impression on the listener in no time. This is far from Dave East’s first release and I am sure won’t be his last.

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