Producer/DJ TOKiMONSTA is gearing up to release a new album called Lune Rouge, and “No Way” is a great way to pique interest for what’s to come. Joey Purp, Ambré, and Isaiah Rashad provide some solid guest contributions. Lune Rouge releases on October 6th. Stream “No Way” below, and pre-order Lune Rounge via iTunes.
Los Angeles-based producer and DJ TOKiMONSTA has been impressing us with the vibes and intricacies of her production for quite some time now. She turned a lot of heads when “Put It Down,” her single featuring Anderson and KRNE, released back in November 2015. Now, we can stream her latest album, Fovere, for ourselves. Fovere finds TOKiMONSTA doing what . . .
Anderson .Paak has seemingly been everywhere as of late. Today, he pops up as a guest feature on TOKiMONSTA‘s “Put It Down,” alongsid KRNE. TOKiMONSTA explained to the Fader: “Anderson .Paak is a friend and an artist I’ve always believed in,” said TOKiMONSTA in an email to the Fader in regards to the collaboration. “Our . . .
TOKiMONSTA takes Pharrell’s “That Girl” and introduces it to her unique, new age brand of chaos with “Saw Sydney.” “Saw Sydney” makes us feel both uncomfortable and intrigued, as we lean forward collectively to hear what will happen next. The original featured some of the iconic Pharrell and Snoop Dogg vibes that we love. TOKiMONSTA’s . . .
TOKiMONSTA delivers an ambient new release, “Steal My Attention.” Distorted vocal samples mesh with shimmering, layered electronic production to grab listeners’ attention. Look for this cut to be included on TOKiMONSTA’s forthcoming Desiderium album. In the SoundCloud description, TOKiMONSTA explains, “I am going through some tough shit right now and all that makes me happy . . .
Los Angeles artists TOKiMONSTA and Anderson Pak team up for “Realla,” a unique horn laden record filled with mystery and intrigue. “Realla” is set to be featured on TOKiMONSTA’s forthcoming Desiderium album. Stream “Realla” below. Props to HillyDilly.
Fresh Selects is pushing towards a position in the music scene that few other record labels are at. Its wide-ranging yet consistent releases mean that it can’t be defined as simply a beat-label, or an R&B label. With a level of quality (just look at his Discogs page) that will be soon joined in terms . . .