According to the SoundCloud description for “Bounce To The Ounce,” MORE//NIGHT has been working on a music project for the past ten months. If the appeal and intricacy of this latest release is any indication, we’re not going to want to miss that project. Stream “Bounce To The Ounce” below.
Richmond, Virginia-based emcee McKinley Dixon proves to be a salient addition to More//Night’s soul-sampling new release, “We Be Runnin.” McKinley’s free flowing cadences mesh exceedingly well with the head nodding instrumentation as he asks a few questions that many of us can relate to. Stream “We Be Runnin” below, and listen to the previously released . . .
MORE // NIGHT, also known as Adam Roberts, manages to stand out in the over-saturated field of experimental producers running rampant through the internet simply because of what matters the most: the sound. It’s hard to characterize the Shrewsbury-based visionary’s music consistently, but the quality is certainly consistent. Crisp, sharp, attention-grabbing and well sequenced sounds can . . .
MORE // NIGHT is an experimental, well versed producer based in Midlands, United Kingdom. “Cellphone” is an exhilarating new release that features distorted vocal samples and surging electronic melodies. You’ll hear a lot of house influences throughout. All the vocals, drums, and special effects used on this track come from DC-based independent label Fête’s new . . .
We just caught on to MORE // NIGHT recently, via his “Multiplier” release with Darker Than Wax. He impresses us again with the newly released “More Vibes,” which builds off of a futuristic sound bed of pitched up vocal samples, varying percussive rhythms, and intricate melodies. Stream “More Vibes” below.
Percussion and melody. Those are the first two things that really struck me about MORE // NIGHT‘s “Multiplier.” As I listen, I can’t help but be struck by exactly how many elements are effortlessly fused into the composition of this track. Also known as Adam Roberts, the versatile artist is making his latest release available . . .
Some tracks just sound fun. MORE // Night gives us that vibe with his soul-sampling, percussion-heavy Souletiquette release, “Call My Name.” The Midlands, United Kingdom-based producer certainly piques our interest with this drop. Listen to more of his sounds via his personal SoundCloud page. Stream “Call My Name” below.
Ace Henderson displays an eclectic taste on Free Nights And Weekends Brooklyn-born North Carolina bred Ace Hendeson is back with his sophomore EP, Free Nights And Weekends. We received “Runaway” back in June and premiered the visuals in July. Free Nights And Weekends is a fresh, eclectic selection of Soul, Hip-Hop, and R&B. Ace does well to show . . .
After quietly working in the underbelly of the Canadian hip-hop scene to hone his sound, Winnipeg artist LATENIGHTS drops off his first official single and music video. The video for “FACTS” embodies exactly what you might expect from an artist named LATENIGHTS – darkness, temptation, greed. Set in a dimly lit hotel, LATENIGHTS is joined . . .
“You pull me deep into my deepest desire.” You ever hear a song that you get the urge to label a classic, even though you’ve only heard it once? I know, it’s ridiculously short-sighted to do so. Jessie Ware‘s “Midnight” is tempting me to do just that, thanks to her soaring, powerful vocal performance. Jessie . . .
It was 14 years ago that Beyoncé burst onto the scene with her first solo record “Crazy In Love.” The summer banger, which featured her future husband Jay Z, propelled Beyoncé into the superstar we know today. Well, just in time for this anniversary, rapper/producer K, Le Maestro released a bouncy remix to the hit . . .
It was an action-packed night in the world of music last night. That’s right, the 59th annual Grammy Awards went down. The crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California witnessed performances by Beyoncé, A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson. Paak with Busta Rhymes and Consequence, Katy Perry, The Weeknd and Daft Punk, Alicia . . .
Big Sean has had a quiet couple of months for the most part, but today he’s back with a new single called “No More Interviews.” Amaire Johnson helped Sean produce the record, which comes to us before Sean’s Halloween performance on the Tonight Show this evening. Stream “No More Interviews” below.
Milwaukee native Beamon comes to life as the weather grows cold. We’re given more evidence with the release of the creepy “Nightmare Before Christmas.” Beamon as always delivers an eerie vibe – something to put you on the edge of your seat. As the months grow darker and colder, it’s only the beginning. Stream “Nightmare . . .
What felt like a lingering process has finally come to an end. It was at times a mysterious rollout with fans wondering heavily about release dates and unofficial songs that appeared online. Now, in full we have Travis Scott’s Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, which released today via his .Wav radio show on Beats 1. . . .