Geex3 releases his new song “Kitty Kat”

Gee3x is aspiring hip-hip artist that has released a handful of tracks in the last 2 years, each improving in all forms. Geex3 also released a collaboration with Dropout Kings which became one of his most listened to songs on his Spotify. The new generation hip-hop artist has recently released his new song and music video for “Kitty Kat”. His new song continues to build on his core sound he’s cemented for himself throughout his releases.

Surprise! Architects debut intriguing new single, “Animals”

It’s been two years since the band released their fan favorite album Holy Hell, and while that album is one they could probably tour (well, support, thanks to the pandemic) on for the next couple years due to its success (the record has over 100 million streams on Spotify alone), it appears the band’s two year cycle of releasing new music is back again. With absolutely no warning at all, UK metalcore band Architects have premiered a new song, “Animals”, and this time, it’s a bit of a departure musically while still retaining familiarity.

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Metalcore group Smile On The Sinner step it up with their new song “Deadbeat”

Smile On The Sinner is a Phoenix, Arizona metalcore group that packs that extra punch with their music. The Arizona based group made their debut in 2016 with their EP “Lazarus”. Smile On The Sinner has unraveled their new song “Deadbeat” – which takes all expectations and knocks them out of the park. Right from the first chord played in the song the song gears you up for a high energy song, with some extremely heavy and well transitioned breakdowns. The new song comes complete with a well produced music video, tying well with the songs atmosphere. This band is one to add to your radar.

kurt.riley+praxis Releases Gothic Cyberpunk Single & Darkly Futuristic Music Video, “Free”!

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New York based Metapop band kurt.riley+praxis has released the official music video for their darkly synth pop infused new single, “Free.” The fourth track from their upcoming, science fiction themed opus, Chrome Empire, “Free” was preceded by the releases “FTR SHK,” “Say You Love Me,” and “Evergreen.” Using the story of an android that has gained self-awareness, the Chrome Empire album addresses topics such as climate change, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality by way of a sci-fi narrative and hook-laden songwriting.


“’Free’ is my attempt to encapsulate what it feels like to be born on the morning after Fukuyama’s ‘end of history’ – in the afterglow of the Cold War, born during the consumerist apex of the Nineties in the West…watching the towers fall on television…receiving a bleak inheritance of climate change, irrevocable student loan debt, social inequality, and increasing totalitarianism. Feeling trapped amidst the end of empire, within circumstances one feels helpless to control or improve. Even that last inch – the toaster, TV, and steel-belted radials of Howard Beale’s – even that isn’t left to us, as a mid-century, middle-class existence simply becomes too expensive for all but the upper echelons of society. And so many of us are too exhausted to be mad as hell anymore. We’re just heartbroken.” – kurt.riley+praxis

Click for Limited edition CD copies of “Free”

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Riley’s colorful career includes records produced by Beyoncé/FKA Twigs/Run The Jewels collaborator BOOTS and Grammy Award-winning engineer Will Russell. He has performed at events across New York, including the Ithaca Festival, the CFCU Summer Concert SeriesMusic Is Art Buffalo, and at The Center for the Arts of Homer.

The recipient of a grant from the NY State Council on the Arts & the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County, NY, Riley has been named one of the best live performers in the region by The Ithaca JournalSirius/XM Radio has broadcast his music internationally via satellite, and Riley’s music has been broadcast on terrestrial stations in Toronto, Memphis, Portland, and beyond.

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