We’ve been bringing you songs from Brooklyn electro-pop duo Late Cambrian‘s latest project, as they arrive. And so, please dig the brand-est new-est one, “Girl Bag Holder.” See “More like this” below for other recent tracks.
Se’von has achieved next level status over the last couple of years, and he just keeps bringing it. His latest track, “War,” created with B Sims and The Coalition, is a classic, foreboding, head-nodding beat with a killer hook. Se’von owns this one, spitting with the intensity of a man truly preparing for war. Don’t sleep on Se’von Legend. Full version available at iTunes.
Kyle Bent‘s smooth flow dominates this track, which should be the Boston MC’s national breakthrough. Bent has teamed with lyrical powerhouse Mick Jenkins to bring us “Divine,” a hypnotic groove that meditates on a moment of perfection and self-actualization. “I’m in my zone right now / we up and we won’t come down.” Check it out below.
Every month, the OurStage community (that’s you) listens and ranks the songs competing on OurStage.com. Once those songs get to the Finals stage, five grand prize winners are selected. Those winners get featured on the ‘OurStage on Amazing Radio’ show, broadcast to hundreds of thousands of music fans around the world. Last month’s show is streaming now. Below are the top five that you’ll hear on this month’s show, along with other favorites from the charts.
Boston soul-funk kings Biscuits & Gravy, once selected by Ernie Ball as the winners of the pop edition of our “Save Your Strings” competition, have today dropped their second full length, Young Love. It features the single “Down With You,” a smooth, vocal and horn driven pop track that evokes prime-era Michael Jackson as well as Nile Rodgers‘…well, his whole career. The band successfully embraces that familiar ’70s-’80s hybrid, a vibe that connects the rest of the songs on the album. It’s a great time. More like this:
It’s another masterful pop jam from Brooklyn duo Late Cambrian, this time a mid-tempo, atmospheric track called “Hot Minute.” This is the fourth single from their upcoming EP, and it’s accompanied by a blissful, tripped-out and triple-exposed day at the beach video, featuring band members John and O, who also directed and edited the video themselves.