Flowlosopha Is Back With Another Psychedelic Visual

Flowlosopha Is Back With Another Psychedelic Visual

If you are familiar Flowlosopha, then you’ll know to expect the visual game to be strong. ‘Gonzo Journalism’ is a real ode to his essence and he brings the cinematic and psychedelic into one experience for his confused and frazzled audience.

This time Flowlosopha has created a rework of the cult classic fear and loathing in Las Vegas. Flowlosopha teamed up with CCPV for this wild Visual. The video takes you on a wild trip with Flowlospha and his mysterious partner played by (producer Psygon). The pair revel in high jinx, while under the influence of unknown substances.

The song title and lyrics pat a subtle homage to the late Hinter S Thompson famed for his unique journalistic style and debaucherous ways. Of the single Flowlosopha said, “everything from the beat to the lyrics and the visual was really fun for me to create. The song is a head bopper, one to vibe to. I wanted to really emphasize the playful elements of the track whilst still talking about interesting subjects and including intricacies with flows and wordplay.”

As the rapper gears up to his next project release, his production value continues to grow from strength to strength. He has a plethora of releases under his belt, though the next project is set to truly show growth and evolution from the Midlands Rapper.

Watch ‘Gonzo Journalism’ above.

High Nelson is Back With His Latest Single “Moodshift”

High Nelson is Back With His Latest Single “Moodshift”

Feeling Moody?

New York native rapper High Nelson continues to make contributions to the alternative hip hop scene. The up and coming rapper is set unveil his awaited new set of visuals for his latest single “Moodshift” produced by Ransom Beatz, on 14th of February, 2023 available on all platforms.

Feeling moody lately? Mood swings or shifts in mood are most times seen as going from a positive to a negative state of emotional being. When a person goes from feeling sad to being happy it’s often just seen as “feeling better” or being in a  “better mood”. Rarely is the transition to happy from sad seen as a mood swing or a mood shift, possibly because reaching a state of happiness doesn’t necessarily align with the negative connotation that a “mood shift” carries. High Nelson’s chill but jiggy single, ‘Moodshift’ looks to play on this juxtaposition.

As the final single to be released from Nelson’s recent EP, ‘Hello’, the visuals were shot in Barbados by Barabdian cinemotographer Stay Shooting. The visuals high light the idea of airing dirty laundry, severing ties and new endeavors through Nelson’s interaction with what seems to be a new love interest.

Nelson’s ‘Moodshift’ brings to the life the concept of “feeling like yourself again”. Whether it be a break up or severing ties with a friend we often go through the a period of not feeling like ourselves. Whether it be finding a new love interest, finding new friends, or simply pouring your favorite drink on the rocks we all go through the motions of trying to feel like ourselves again. “Moodshift” puts these motions into a nutshell sonically. 

Moodshift’ is another step in Nelson’s coming of age just as singles like ‘Sunday’, ‘Youngblood‘ and ‘Ribbon in The Sky‘ were.

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The Backyard: Leamington’s newest Music festival! 

Leamington is notorious for its summer schedule which is filled with a host of amazing live outdoor events, featuring the best of local music, food, art and culture. TULU presents have teamed up with some of Warwick University’s best and brightest student-led music and events organizations, Koan Record, Season SZN Settings and Mayhem to host the newest festival to join this summer’s programming, The Backyard. Alongside the initial partnerships TULU then recruited the best local events brands Tallawah Sound System and Saturn brands to ensure the best representation of Leamington’s music culture and best music on the day. The Backyard is the only festival in Leamington to showcase DJs, Bands, Acoustic, Rap, reggae, dub, house, funk, soul, rock, R&B, House, UKG and more!

The day festival at Mill Gardens is followed by an afterparty in the heart of Leamington Spa where we will see the multifaceted DJ Bklava who has been a recognised name across the festival scene in 2021 and 2022 take to the decks. Baklava drew huge crowds to her sets at BBC R1’s Big Weekender, Parklife and AVA due to her ever growing popularity within the dance music scene. 

The Backyard is a young, diverse music festival focusing on niche underground genres of music that don’t usually get the spotlight at outdoors events. CBO Vince said “We are so fortunate to get to be involved with this summer’s programming for live music events in Leamington with a difference. We are very lucky to have the support of more well established brands like Slate Events, who believed in our vision and helped us to bring this idea to life.”

TULU serves independent artists in the underground music scene, championing entrepreneurial and forward-thinking creatives in the underground music scene. So this event felt like a good fit to showcase some of the incredible acts they have worked with from across the UK and to give the students a platform. 

The student music scene adds a lot of culture and diversity to Leamington’s existing music scene and TULU Presents by nature is a disruptive music industry brand that loves to push boundaries and create new experiences. TULU is prime placed to support those genres which fall outside of the usual scene. This will not only be a celebration of the vibrant youth culture in the area but showcase some of the most exciting emerging talent from across the UK.  

Acts like Feux, Call Me Unique, Wynter Black, Tidez and Capital J to name a few will grace one one of three stages in the gardens. The Official afterparty will host a variety of global and local names, from Bklava and High Nelson to student collective Mayhem and a Tallawah, a fan favourite of Leamington Spa. With food and drink provided by local vendors, 8 Track Rum, Bedford Street, Tea Society, Sukanya, 8Track Spiced Rum, and support from Big Drop Brewery, UNLTD and CanO Water.


Dats Muzik x TULU Presents- Why It’s Important To Have Web Copy and Press Coverage

Dats Muzik x TULU Presents- Why It’s Important To Have Web Copy and Press Coverage

We have teamed up with Francetta Evans-Anfom from Dats Muzik for this guest blog feature:

“One of my most hip and happening partnerships is with TULU Presents (The Underground Link Up).

These two female bosses, Gee and Vince, have created a space for Independent artists to connect, create and collaborate with music industry professionals, creatives and brands all under one roof. TULU Presents has the online digital services and physical creative hub, so two parts to this cool and funky company.

How did the opportunity come about? I (Francetta, Director of Dats Muzik) wrote a music review for their artist, Blue Eyes, then a few months later they suggested another artist. Later they absolutely loved what I was doing and wanted to support more female led platforms. So we got talking and voila, here we are.

So, as an award finalist Afrobeat & Amapiano ‘Best Music Blog’ 2021, here comes Dats Muzik Creative Copywriting, where I write website copy, content, do proofreading and editing + more for creative diverse, unrepresented and black-led businesses. This blog post incorporates the two and we’ll be discussing the importance of web copy and press coverage in the music industry.

The first thing is… Why have your own website and how is this the best path for press coverage?

It enables you to build a direct connection with your audience by growing your mailing list.

Too many artists still pin all of their hopes on social media, and invest a lot of time in growing their audiences there. But the sad reality is, that these audiences are still connected with a platform that YOU have no control over. So if that platform falls out of favour, or closes down, you’ve lost those hundreds, thousands, or in some cases, millions of followers, with no way of keeping in touch with them. Just recently Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were down for 5 hours and they lost millions from advertising.

This now proved why having an email list and your own space on the internet is vital. Your website is one of the main places that you can gather email addresses, so you can keep in touch with your audience by sending out regular newsletters, have your music their and gain press coverage.

You have to see yourself as a brand. You’re not just an artist or DJ that produces or writes and sings the songs. For your audience to connect with you and become loyal fans, you have to tell your story and show your uniqueness to the world. Where can you do that and express yourself and your brand? Show us who you or your band truly are? On your own website!

With your own website, you have more control over how you present yourself, which will allow you to make the strongest first impression possible. You’re not as restricted to the template Facebook wants us to use, for example – you can be as visual or as minimal and mysterious as you like. Plus, there are less distractions since people aren’t being pulled away by various ads and notifications.

At Dats Muzik we believe that having an EPK (electronic press kit) is like a CV for the music industry.

It helps you gain more press coverage than without, but having a website just elevates you once more, as not many artists or DJs have their own site. You have to see yourself as a brand first then an artist.

What is the purpose of web copy and how much should you add?

Your website is the shop window to your world and products. Each page is where you’re walking and taking your visitors on a journey through your world, music and each section of your brand. Every word written is you talking to your potential audience and customers, who will download your songs, purchase a product (hoodie, vinyl etc) and go to your gigs or concerts.

As an emerging artist, musician, band or DJ, have you ever thought of words like this? Have you ever thought of copywriting and content writing like this? It makes you think, doesn’t it? You have to decide how much you want to talk to your customers (audience)….

1 website page will make visitors seem blah, like “Is that all? That’s a bit dry”.

4 or more pages gets your visitors excited. Get’s them wondering what’s next to come like ‘Mary Poppins’ famous bag. You want to give them just enough. Leave the conversation at the sweet spot, where they’ll buy and come back for more.

With an EPK, usually it’s 2 pages or less and is focused on a specific song or album. As with your web copy you can be more conversational and in depth with your audience, whilst getting radio hosts, journalists, podcast hosts and others fascinated with you. Impressed by your talent and they can connect with you personally via email.

Always have an EPK, as it’s essential, but have the best web copy for your website will add an extra layer to your already impressive music. This is for all genres, even though I focus on Afrobeat, Amapiano and Reggaetton.”

Espielle – Quadruple EP Project Release

Espielle – Quadruple EP Project Release

When a catastrophic technical fault turns into an eclectic quadruple project release, you can’t help but be intrigued…

Due to an unfortunate malfunction of Espielle’s hard drive rendering it completely useless and taking his goldmine of sessions down with it; this incredibly versatile producer is treating us to an explosion of new releases. This quadruple EP release project, aptly named “i” – “iv” will be heading our way over the coming months to perfectly represent the diversity of talent Espielle unwaveringly displays.

These tracks were all part of individual projects which Espielle was working on but due to the unfortunate hard-drive incident he is unable to finish the tracks to his normal release standard. Therefore, he has made the decision to throw caution to the wind and simply release the top 15 tracks which were closest to, or ready for completion.

Oxfordshire based Espielle has been surrounded by music his whole life so his broad spectrum of music theory knowledge helps him create high quality and multifaceted projects.

The first EP, “i, released on the 23rd July is a collection of commercial style instrumentals which would not be out of place on advertisement and marketing content in a wide array of different industries. Our top tracks from this EP are On Foot and Cavalry.

EP number two; “ii”, released on the 31st July takes you on a trip around the world in just three tracks keeping you hooked throughout. Drawing inspiration from West Africa, Spain and the Middle East, this EP takes you from the beginning through to the end in a brief but wholly engulfing manner. Our top track from this EP is End.

The third EP… “iii”, the most recent release which graced our ears on the 13th August is where Espielle really flexes his song writing and construction skills. On “Spilled” we even get a flavour of Espielle’s own voice as he delivers the beautifully emotive track.

And finally, EP “iv” takes you out of this world with two impeccably written classical pieces which would not be far out of place on sci-fi and other fantasy type TV shows. It is the perfect grand finale for this quadruple EP special and gives the listener a complete end to end experience from commercial instrumentals to complete songs. “iv” is set to be released in the coming weeks.

Click on Espielle’s profile to find out more about this versatile producer from Oxfordshire and to discover how you can collaborate with him on your next project. 

Espielle is also one half of production duo Harlem Ralph; born from over 10 years of making music together, Patrick Foley and Espielle have been working under the collective name Harlem Ralph to bring a vast aray of producstion services including song writing, instrumental, beat creation, recording and vocal coaching. Find out more about their services here. Harlem Ralph are based at The Unit as one half of our in house producers.

Tomboxe releases incredible visual for pop banger ‘Alone’ taken from his Album Does the Andrien

Tomboxe releases incredible visual for pop banger ‘Alone’ taken from his Album Does the Andrien

Toboxe’s originality, lyrical prowess and musical abilities are nothing short of astounding. One of the most unique vocal tones in the industry right now. Fusing his style over a plethora of genres, leaving us wondering if there are any genres that he can’t do. Sonically this is Sean Mendez meets Lighthouse family. A fresh take on  classic pop sound, which we are here for.

His vision and artistry are second to none and this video truly demonstrates this. What’s more, he has fun and radiates an infectious energy that leaves viewers feeling uplifted and involved.

Lyrically ‘Alone’ tells a few stories, focusing on a different main character in each verse. The overriding message of not wanting to be alone cuts through the different narratives driving the message home with each hook. Paired with a light hearted instrumental, ‘Alone’ is not only catchy but also thought provoking.

Does the Andrien was released back in 2020, the end of one of the strangest years of our lifetime. Tomboxe has already released two visuals from the project so far. This latest visual is sure to bring the project to new audiences who have yet to experience this thoughtful approach to creativity.

Tomboxe truly embodies artistry, continuously pushing his creative boundaries. The visual for alone is another shining example of his artistic capabilities. 

Watch the video for alone Above 👆 

Hannah Mac gives us an Anthem for Girls’ Nights ‘My Girls’

Hannah Mac gives us an Anthem for Girls’ Nights ‘My Girls’

Hannah Mac is back, this time with a bouncy nostalgic feel good track “ My Girls ”. The song reminisces on the good times she has had with her best friends over their many years of friendship. The singer has us hooked on this catchy girls night in anthem.

This song is a real ode to female friendship, through good and bad times. Hannah highlights the highs and lows they have shared together, as well as taking a look at just how far they have come. The infectiously catchy hook starts with the simple but effective  lyric “Let’s have a girls night in tonight.” setting the tone for a comforting and inviting night in.

Hannah Mac uses imagery of her and her best pals as the cover art work for the single. She explains that she references real life anecdotes from their many stories as material in the track. This was mostly what inspired it, the beautiful friendship she has with her best friends.

The energy of this track is different from what we have come used to from Hannah. Ordinarily the singer brings a more relaxed. ‘My Girls’ is a very welcomed switch up for Hannah. Here she showcase her playful and fun side, both through lyrics and melody.

Hannah’s light and warm vocals work beautifully over the bubbly and upbeat production to deliver real feel good vibes. The perfect soundtrack to those end of summer girly nights with your best friends.

Listen to ‘My Girls’ Here.

Genesis Elijah drops more heat with ‘New Ting’ Visual

Genesis Elijah drops more heat with ‘New Ting’ Visual

Genesis Elijah gives us another visual, this time for ‘New Ting’. The Rapper hasn’t gone anywhere all year. consistently churning out tracks and giving us a single per week. His latest visual for his track ‘New Ting, is a demonstration of why the Watford native has such strong staying power.

Genesis, hit the ground running and has shown no signs of slowing down. His consistency and dedication is nothing short of aspirational.

‘New Ting’ is a whole vibe. The opening line is an unapologetic bold statement that most artists can relate to. Simply put, “If i play you my new ting, don’t talk over my verse. The pain of someone talking over your latest verse hasn’t ever been captured so accurately in a track. But Genesis let’s us know what kind of mood he’s been in this year.

The rest of the song documents the highs and lows of artistry. Genesis also talks pursuing musical endeavours. The track includes a fire feature from Warren D.

The visual shows the rapper against the backdrop f his hometown Watford which gets a special highlight throughout. Genesis puts on for his City and this track is a great way to showcase one of Watfords greatest exports.

‘New Ting’ is taken from Genesis’ latest album A Prophet In His Hometown. The track is available on all digital streaming platforms right now. You can watch the full video above.

‘Now I need You’ Henry Jones x Harlem Ralph

‘Now I need You’ Henry Jones x Harlem Ralph

Henry Jones and Harlem Ralph have snuck in a summer anthem just in time for the heatwave. 

Music is so often the backdrop to our memories and moments in our lives that get beautifully captured in lyrics and beats. If the summer of freedom doesn’t need a soundtrack then we don’t know what does, and we also have yet to hear a more suited track than ‘Now I Need You’. 

This catchy summer banger is nostalgic, carefree and retrospective. Lyrically the track is raw and honest and talks of the retrospective feeling of needing someone after convincing yourself you would be fine on your own. It is honest and earnest which is a contrast to the high energy and upbeat production from Harlem Ralph.

The result of this beautiful juxtaposition is a high energy, catchy and infectious electro-pop summer bop that is perfect for the car, club or house party. We expect this to be added to the repertoire of DJ’s across the country as clubs begin re-opening for a guaranteed floor filler. 

Visuals for this track are deliberately not literal and show the carefree fun element of the song rather than reflecting the sentiment of the lyrics. The video gives us serious flashbacks of when times were different and house parties were of the norm. We certainly have been missing these kinds of vibes and the ‘Now I Need You’ visual gives us hope for the future as we move out of restrictions and start meeting up.

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