Their newest single Stop The World released to Spotify on November 30, 2017. In a review of the single, entertainment columnist Aarik Danielsen with the Columbia Daily Tribune wrote..."Where the band distinguishes itself, at least on this track, is in Kyle Bellinger’s vocals and Dylan Lorenz’s drumming. Bellinger has a voice tailor-made for classic-rock radio; he sounds like he could be leading a serious rock outfit today, or in 1977. The howl he unleashes about halfway through the song will "stop" you in your tracks. In the song’s verses, and the turnarounds between them, Lorenz helps create a groove that prevents the song from descending into mere meat-and-potatoes territory; rather it adds some spring and life that keeps things sounding vital."
Be on the look out for more singles in the coming months as they prepare to launch their EP coming out in 2018. Check out Richard Parker!!!
I am Costa Rican and as in any other globalized region of the world, we listen everyting and have local bands paying all sorts of genres and styles. However, I would like to share with you music from Guadalupe Urbina since her lyrics describe our culture and nature and history and her music relates to the music played since the beginning of last century in Guanacaste, Costa Rica:
I'm from the Netherlands and once in a while I go to a party. The party scene in the Netherlands can be really dope. To give you a taste of the music in the Netherlands, here is a playlist I started making.
One of the things I like about Dutch Hiphop-rap are the killer beats. They make you want to start dancing. If you go out to one of the clubs in The Netherlands, these are some of the songs you will hear. When the DJ starts one of these songs, the party gets lit!
Well, books have been written about music in Iran, but to make it short, I've got a few Persian playlists, including different genres as modern traditional, alternative, rap, soundtrack, 70s funk and more: