Female hip-hop duo rhymes over electro and Miami booty bass beats.
Chris Young The Rapper
Slam-style rap sonnets and freestyle lines over neo-soul chorales and eccentric gramophone beats.
Explicit computerized flows spitting suggestive verses over a throbbing bedrock set for the dancefloor.
Under the Sherry Moon
An innocent child-like freedom of expression personified through electro beats and washed out vocals.
Funky electro band dance it up with synths and sublime vocals.
Grunge revival band with catchy bursts of sound on choruses and anthemic heft to songs.
Edgy pop-alternative rock with strong lyrics and a refreshing sound.
Playful, quirky pop with a dash of "
Music pioneer pounding out old school hard-rock stomps with a fresh rap-metal twist.
Inspired by the ruminations and quatrains of Thomas Beattie, this is new womb rock on an entirely infantile level. Alice Cooper says dead babies can take care of themselves; they can headbang too.
Manic noise band with experimental jams that you can groove to.
Angularly aggressive hardcore that takes an abrasive shape on purpose.
Hardcore shading into Scandinavian metal featuring falsetto vocals and a bit of screaming.
Chaotic rock with the amps cranked to 11 and the distortion to at least 15.
Charismatic pop elevated to a new level with splashes of horns, keys, and strings to accent the overall production.
The Pack A.D.
Blistering, raw garage rock duo featuring noisy guitar, howling and simmering female vocals.
Introspective singer/songwriter pens poignant music reflecting on life in the big city.
One-man vocal powerhouse ranging through choral traditions from all hemispheres.
Spanish synth-pop/dance music with soothing vocals and harmonies.
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