Monterrey – Terrarium As an older millennial that has a very deep appreciation for Damon Albarn in all his forms (Blur, Gorillaz, The Good The Bad and The Queen, etc) Monterrey has made my quarantined brain tingle from the dystopian bliss that their new single Terrarium has poured into my ears.  Singer Roger del Pino […]

South Florida New Releases: Discotheques of Darkness

Trevor Something – You Are My Obsession When I think of Miami and the culture that it permeates, it’s artists like Trevor Something that play in my head.  The neon lights, the white sand shorelines, gluttonous wealth, beauty in the human form that can’t be overexpressed, and a devilish need for fame or infamy.  Trevor’s […]

South Florida Greatness on the Horizon

Broot McCoy – Apocalypse Later EP Well the tradition of bearded rappers lives on.  West Palm Beach has found its champion of tuff boom bap bars with stylistic lyrical flips that are a rarity in the South Florida scene.  Broot McCoy has released Apocalypse Later a seventeen minute, six track EP that has something special […]

Kayland of South Florida drops a cool summer hit with Coolin’

Purple’s a color of royalty, it’s Kayland’s grandmother’s favorite color, and it’s the hues in which she draws inspiration when creating music.  Kayland has dropped the visuals for her new single Coolin’ and you can add it to the “new smooth jams playlist” that you’ve been making on your spotify.  Is Kayland the female incarnate […]