Reggae singer Raspeck and son SingJahlion are no ordinary father and son pair. The two are also united in their bond in music. RasPeck is talented and amazing experienced singer, with an equally talented son, in the form of SingJahlion.
Listening to both of them sing was a great feeling, and it’s rare to see this kind of thing, with both father and son. Check it out for yourself, you can listen to their music here, with their EP on the TuneSick website and mobile app.
P.S – Look out for the special TuneSIck interview with Raspeck, where we get to know him more, out on or around 11.09.21. We will also be meeting up and coming American Rapper Von Barz, who has some really hot music right now just released.
As part of The TuneSick Select series, we caught up with Lily Herbert, the latest artist to be working with us. In the full interview – to be released in September – Lily, also known by the stage name DJ Pedz, talks about her musical journey so far, the highs and lows of how it’s been like to make it out as an up and coming DJ, and what’s next for her in the coming months ahead. Find out more about the Select series with Flashing Lights Entertainment.
Look out for the interview next month on TuneSick, we will also share a post here.
TuneSick Select Presents… Iyahmedz – Regae and Dancehall Duo (Series 2 episode 10 of 12).
Iyahmedz is a Reggae and Dancehall duo based in Jamaica. Managed by Gemini Records, their music has been popular both in Jamaica and here in the UK. The lead singer caught up with us to share some insight into their musical journey and plans for the future.
Indie-rock project Voodoo Bloo has taken the New Zealand music scene by storm with its unique blend of hard-hitting sounds, emotional song writing and danceable distorted chaos.
Created and fronted by Rory McDonald (who many will remember from his days as the frontman of the rock band Lucifer Gunne), Voodoo Bloo is influenced by the likes of Arctic Monkeys and System of a Down, combined with the song writing style of Car Seat Headrest and Neutral Milk Hotel.
Sam caught up with him to find some time to discuss all things Voodoo and Rory. You can listen to the full interview here.
Brent Batchelor is founder and owner of Normal Not Allowed Promotions, a successful record label and media outfit based in Illinois, USA.
The label currently has numerous artists constantly releasing new tracks, as well as influencers, models and up and coming actors.
Brett, AKA Batchelor, took 15 minutes of his time to delve into his hectic schedule and share with us his thoughts on music today, how to make it big and what’s next for him. If you’re an up and coming artist then you can’t afford to miss this.
Keep up to date with the Normal Not Allowed gang on Instagram.
You can listen to the podcast audio over on our channel or you can watch it on YouTube when it airs tomorrow evening.
Up and coming Artist Jak Lewis, has been creating a stir online with his new release Never Stops.
His online support has grown massively in America and within the UK, and has shown that there is increasing support around the globe.
His style has always been a topic of conversation, however with this recent year, it has given Lewis the time to understand his music better and find inspiration and creative flow in the Indie-Pop genre. Which his recent song Never Stops, direction was taken in.
In this interview he opened up about his background, influences and what inspires him to create the music he does.
In honor of International Women’s Day earlier this week and Mother’s Day today we want to cast a spotlight on 3 rising female artists who are breaking the mold of a male led industry. Pretti Emage, Shaadoh Session and Micki Ronnae having been causing a stir with a series of hits that have seen them rise and rise.
As part of Select Presents we will be getting to know them more and see what else they’ve got planned for the year ahead. Look out for the interview series starting this Friday on YouTube.
We recently interviewed the founder of Beast Anglia Entertainment – Nick Kelly. The interview will be part of our Select series airing later this month.
Beast Anglia is a Rap battle events outfit. Primarily operating out of Cambridgeshire and parts of East Anglia, UK, they have been hosting battle events for a few years now and have no plans to stop anytime soon.
Obviously the Pandemic has been tough on them, just like it has on everybody else. But despite the lockdown restrictions, Nick and the BAE guys have managed to plough on and keep things going.
You want to find out how they have done this, and what is next for them this year? Keep tuned. We will also share some of the most exciting new talent emerging all over the globe, as well as what working in a pandemic means for them.
The world of electronic music is a male dominated domain. Many musicians, composers and producers of the genre belong to the male gender and so it is refreshing when you hear something about the female faction on your ears. Already in the summer, she was the subject of an article on She Wolf – Noa Krsnik with her single W.Pro . Musically, what Noa Krsnik creates is comparable to the creation of painterly art, only for the ears and in the form of sound waves. Playing with the different timbres and sound designs is so fantasist. This is mastered by Nina Khabeishvili, who lives in Georgia and goes by the name of Noa already responsible for several interesting pieces of music in the fields of house, ambience, techno and electro.
The fact that Noa Krsnik proves the necessary instinct not only for interesting sound design, but also for a purely sonic storytelling and melodic composing, was also noticed by the London-based Flashing Lights Records label, which signed this ambitious artist.
In keeping with the theme of the title, Noa Krsnik introduces the track Do Not Sleep with a gloomy and pulsating synthesizer sound, which adorns the arrangement of the track almost throughout, creating a gloomy spatiality, which is accompanied by bass-heavy drums at a medium tempo. Short vocal units accompany the song, which mystically and almost eerily come out of the speakers and come out of the speakers from the sound design of Do Not Sleep . In terms of text and sound design, the name Do Not Sleep says it all. With a loose arrangement of different sound designs and melody composing that were incorporated into the arrangement, Do Not Sleep psychedelic-looking, gloomy electro track that flows smoothly into one another and is not exhausting, but also not boring. For interesting melodies and above all good sound designs bursting with creativity, Noa Krsnik clearly has the right nose!
Conclusion 8 of 10: Interestingly Psychedelic track between house and electro – fans of the genre should above times click Play and Do Not Sleep by Noa Krsnik!
International Trap Soul Artist Paul De GM releases his debut single, “The Dark Side”
We have been busy with the building and release of our new mobile app for Android, you can download it here. IOS version we hope to release for early next year, please keep tuned for more info coming soon.
Paul De Gm is a young Soul singer hailing from South Africa. His sound could be described as an peripheral blend of smooth Soul and RNB. His music has become popular in his home town and has quickly gained traction in the TuneSick charts.
It’s interesting to hear his music as it’s not your typical sound,-it’s refreshingly different from such a young artist. We’ve got our ears and eyes out for more.
Have a listen for yourself here and more about him can be seen here