Archives: June 2015

WATCH — Kuf Knotz Live On BreakThru Radio TV

June 30th, 2015


“Kuf Knotz is an experimental indie/hip-hop artist based in New York, though the Philadelphia roots definitely show through at times. Blending classic rap, soul, and hard rock styles to shape the group’s sounds, Kuf Knotz bring a seriously strong feel-good vibe to any room, headed up by an ultra-smooth vocal style. For this session at Saltlands Studio, Brooklyn’s Mr. Reed joined the fun to provide some super soulful choruses and the group spoke with Maia.” — via BTR TV

WATCH — Aquilo “Calling Me”

June 29th, 2015


Check out the video for “Calling Me,” the title track from Aquilo’s new EP, out now on B3SCI Records! According to Kick Kick Snare, “the video is a fun accompanying piece which showcases the visual expression of the songs theme of emotional uncertainty.”

WATCH — Daymé Arocena “Madres”

June 29th, 2015


“[Dayme Arocena]’s got absolutely everything, from the voice to the songwriting. What blew me away was her control and confidence and precision. She’s got the spirit of Cesaria Evoria, and she’s got that soul thing going on as well. And she can sing in Spanish and in English.” — via Billboard

Read the entire interview with Gilles HERE, or watch Daymé Arocena perform “Madres” below.

WATCH — Hiatus Kaiyote “By Fire” (On Jimmy Kimmel Live)

June 28th, 2015


Hiatus Kaiyote made their debut Jimmy Kimmel Live! appearance on June 12th, performing “By Fire” on air, and bonus tracks “Breathing Underwater” and their Grammy-nominated song “Nakamarra.” If you missed them on their near sell-out summer tour, catch this fall when they return to the U.S. for another tour.

Watch the band perform “By Fire” below!

LISTEN — Kate Tempest On NPR’s Weekend Edition

June 27th, 2015


“Kate Tempest is a woman of words. The English rapper, poet, playwright and novelist keeps language — and the stories that language brings to life — at the core of everything she does. Her subjects are everyday people: their hardships and failures, their loves and losses.” — via NPR

Listen to the full interview/feature below!

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