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8.22 New Music Monday: August 22 , 2016 – 6pm et: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avaliveradio/2016/08/22/822-new-music-monday-industry-news-social-media-resources
Today’s Featured Artists:
PAR~A~DIGM – All I have
Originating from Las Vegas, PAR-A-DIGM has quickly risen on the strength of their new award-winning single ‘All I Have’. Recently, the critics had this to say about their work: ‘Expertly arranged with heartfelt vocals and melodic twists and turns, ‘All I Have’ is as innovative and hard-hitting as they come.’ With their new single steadily climbing the charts, PAR-A-DIGM seems destined for the global limelight. This song is about imperfect people making their way through life as they recognize their need for each other, it’s the reality behind loving someone in spite of their mistakes, hanging on to each other no matter what, “All I Have”. PAR-A-DIGM and their unique brand of well-honed rock is rapidly becoming a musical success story, thanks in large part to their impeccable melodic instincts. Here is a group that ably serves the sentiment.
Fervency – Biology of Belief
Fervency began in mid-2010 with Thomas Blæsbjerg (DK) on composition, analogues/synths guitars and bass and co-collaborator Calvin Batley (Uk/Lux) on vocals, lyrics, guitars and bass. With a sound and vibe reminiscent of great acts as diverse as Depeche mode, Nick cave and Faith No More, the musical landscapes are deep and diverse bound together by the red line of the band, musically and lyrically, on a bed of alternative rock. Deep, pulsing, analogue lines and smooth vocals, with unique and modern twists, the band focuses on metaphysical and spiritual perspectives, myths and explorations of modern philosophical schools of thought for inspiration. Marrying lyrical context to the dark and moody analogue-synth and guitar work, modern electronica fused with classic pop/rock composition works as a solid foundation for the male lead and brings excellent song writing and new ideas to the table.
AVA GOLD – Classy
Cuban-American artist Ava Gold is a real multi-hyphenate, a musical polymath who is on the rise and there are no signs of stopping what is clearly a natural ascent for this gifted songbird.
MICHAELA – I’m Sorry I Can’t Love You
The song which I submitted is titled “I’m Sorry I Can’t Love You” from my EP titled “Self Sufficient”. It is about putting your all into a relationship and not getting the same back in return. I went through such a relationship, and I’m sure most people can relate to this song. Like all the songs on this EP, I wrote, produced, recorded and mixed the song myself.
Young Track Aka Treezy – We Come So Far
Dave Telemaque jr (born may 30 1989) Better known as Young track aka Treezy sum Friends call him big d the Hu$tler but the street name Him Treezy.Young track has alot of talent such as playing piano,drum flute,and trumpet not only that he also knows how to produce music .Words to describe young track are passion determination, and a fighter.
The FingerPrints – The Alley Cat Blues
FingerPrints hail from Montreal Quebec. A Power Trio playing Surf, Psych, Garage. Dunes is our first Cassette release, October 2015, but have a new EP “TARANTULA“ available soon! Our song “Alley Cat Blues“ is about poverty, social injustice, and life on the streets.
Metrell – Don’t Mind Me
Don’t Mind Me is a song written by Metrell Hurst and Steven Breland basically about being emotionally withdrawn from a relationship; carrying your heart on your sleeve and trying to get your lover to see you are sensitive, emotional, and vulnerable. You see use drifting but I’m the only one who cares, don’t mind me then I’m just in my feelings.
Luminary – Nayabingi
Nayabingi is a Rastaferian word that means good over evil and death upon evil. The song was written by LUMINARY to show case what is happening in our world today especially with the youth and to also tell people the real meaning of nayabingi. The song is not the usual day to day song to get to listen on radio and watched on tv. LUMINARY “nayabingi” is said to take over the music industry. End.