One World 1 Love releases new single ‘What the World Needs Now Is Love’

The purveyors of love and music known as One World 1 Love have released their new single, “What the World Needs Now Is Love” (feat. Guylaine Vivarat). The track has been published with a B-side, “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” (feat. Guylaine Vivarat, Juanita Brundidge and Kailah). Both feature the skills of producer and musician Leon Haywood and were recorded at Haywood’s Sunnyside Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California. A return to the titanic goodness of the classic era of soul, “What the World Needs Now Is Love” is a single fans of peace, compassion and music everywhere will appreciate.

One World 1 Love’s “What the World Needs Now Is Love” is the newest rendition of the favorite penned by Burt Bacharach and Hal David in 1965. There’s much more to this fresh take on the old pop single, however.

“One World 1 Love delivers an authentic, polished soul sound of their own,” writes the Rugley Records label on their behalf. “They worked with some of the greatest entertainers and producers in the world. One World grew up swooning along with their radios, cultivated their silky-smooth vocals in their hometowns.”

It wasn’t until much later that One World 1 Love would combine their talents for this 2016 release. Rugley Records notes that the group came together in the music studio, just as the band wants to bring everyone, all of us, together. “What the World Needs Now Is Love” is as much a mission statement for One World 1 Love as it is their most prominent release to date.

“We can all come together with music,” writes Rugley Records. “One World 1 Love came together and recorded two songs in three major languages, English, French and Spanish. One World 1 Love has plans to record their own ‘We Are the World’ type of album.”

They plan also to reach out to recording artists Guylaine, Adele, Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Rihanna, Rashida Jones, Lolo Jones, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Juanita Brundidge, and rapper Mick.

“One World 1 Love is dedicated to music, peace, love and raising funds for the relief of victims here and all over the world, now and forever.”

“What the World Needs Now Is Love” by One World 1 Love is available at over 700 digital music stores online worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

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Enntice releases debut single ‘Get a Little Crazy’

The music producer and artist known as Enntice has released his debut single, “Get a Little Crazy.” The dance pop track has been proudly published on the Escape Records independent music label without creative interference from the corporate music industry. Booming with bass, rattling with rhythm and boasting masterful Stevie Wonder-esque vocals, “Get a Little Crazy” is a dance single fans of great music are sure to get behind.

Enntice cites as chief artistic influences some of the most important musicians of the latter 20th century, including Michael Jackson, Prince, Jamiroquai, Sting, UB40, Seal, Nile Rogers, Stevie Wonder, Ceelo Green, Rihanna, Coldplay, Chris Brown, Bob Marley, David Bowie, and Black Uhuru. As any music fan can tell from this distinguished roster, Enntice has varied tastes – good tastes.

This is not unlike the sound and style of “Get a Little Crazy.” The track has smatterings of attributes from nearly all the names cited above. It’s classy, upbeat, dance-inspiring, and has a healthy tinge of madness in its beat.

Enntice describes his sound as a “culmination of lots of genres and styles,” saying, “I like strong funky bass lines and solid heavy drums stemming from my reggae background. But I also love the funky bass lines from Chic, Level42, Sting (the Police). Then mix that with the current dance/R&B pop music like Calvin Harris, Naughty Boy, David Guetta, etc.”

From Birmingham, England by way of his parents’ homeland of Jamaica, Enntice bills himself first as a bass player, second as a producer. This shows in the top-notch quality of his bass lines in “Get a Little Crazy.”

“This is my debut single,” writes Enntice, “which is all about dancing, getting crazy on the dance floor and enjoying yourself. Letting your hair down perhaps in Ibiza or wherever you’re listening to some great dance music.”

A man of the world, Enntice has spent time in Jamaica, Philadelphia, Ibiza and the UK. His music is a reflection of those experiences.

“My aim is not to reinvent the wheel,” says Enntice, “but to put a different spin on it (forgive the pun). Music is my passion and nothing else can replace it.”

“Get a Little Crazy” by Enntice from Escape Records is available online at over 700 digital stores worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

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Music artist Clazzik BizMoff releases new single ‘Melodic Clouds’

The music producer from Atlantic City, NJ known as Clazzik BizMoff has released his latest official single, “Melodic Clouds.” The track has been proudly published on the New Way Music Group independent record label entirely without the direction or support of the corporate music industry. Dreamy and evocative, colorful and inventive, “Melodic Clouds” is evidence that Clazzik BizMoff is a name to watch out for in 2016.

Born and raised on the East Coast of the US, Clazzik BizMoff cites as main artistic influences Kanye West, Ryan Leslie, the Neptunes, Odd Future, Toro Y Moi, Flying Lotus, J. Dilla, and a Tribe Called Quest. BizMoff’s own “Melodic Clouds” clearly derives its emphasis on solid back beats from his excellent taste in hip hop, but the track itself is instrumental. Fans of trip hop will be enthusiastic at its ambient overtones and spacey, floaty groove.

“Melodic Clouds” from Clazzik BizMoff is a track the listener can mellow to in virtually any circumstance. It’s uplifting, positive, groovy, and doesn’t bother the listener with unnecessary frills. It’s an exercise in feel-good. This shouldn’t come as a surprise for fans of the artist, though, as it’s one of his chief aims in making music.

“I think that it shares authenticity and a unique vibe for creativity,” writes the artist of his new single. “I’m also hoping that it’ll help listeners who’re having a hard day, get through.”

Clazzik BizMoff is Nathan Tyron Gray, Jr. of New Jersey. BizMoff’s current official bio describes him as a record producer and occasional rapper. He has been playing piano since the age of 17 and has been avidly writing and recording original music since the age of 20. His independent record label, New Way Music Group, opened its doors in 2014 and is stronger than ever with the release of “Melodic Clouds.”

“Melodic Clouds” by Clazzik BizMoff from New Way Music Group is available online at over 700 music retailers worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

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Folk musician Dylan Champagne releases new single and video ‘Pterodactyl Wings’

The folk and rock artist from Moscow, ID known as Dylan Champagne has released his latest official single, “Pterodactyl Wings.” The single is the most prominent release from Champagne since the “Bones in Your Pocket” video from his rock band, the Lost Explorers, appeared exactly on this date one year ago. Like “Bones…” and other material from Dylan Champagne, “Pterodactyl Wings” has been published independent of the corporate music industry. An official video for “Pterodactyl Wings” has also been released and is free to view (

A genuine return to the American folk tradition while remaining true to his underlying rock roots, “Pterodactyl Wings” is the latest example of Dylan Champagne’s arresting imagination, inimitable vocal tones and undeniable knack for crafting songs as individual works of art.

Music by Dylan Champagne (and his ever-morphing crew of ingenious collaborators) is music for the true audiophile. From his 2011 “Love Songs of the Apocalypse, Vol. 1” LP to his 2013 “The Bones” EP with the Lost Explorers to this fresh “Pterodactyl Wings” video and folk single, his sound transports, narrates, evokes, is gorgeous, is human, and is alive. Even when at his most aggressive – half of “The Bones” borders on outright punk rock – the overarching feel and mode of Champagne’s art is palpably compassionate and surprisingly touching.

This humanistic trait is perhaps nowhere felt as strongly in Champagne’s repertoire as in “Pterodactyl Wings,” and especially in the video. This makes the folk single an important marker in the career of Dylan Champagne, one which fans and newcomers alike would be astute to note and appreciate.

Dylan Champagne’s musical vision takes him to far-flung and exotic places in the art world.

“For the last several months I’ve been diligently composing the score for a screening of the 1925 silent film, ‘Phantom of the Opera,’” writes Champagne on his official website. “The score will be played by a live, eight-piece chamber orchestra. The screening will take place at the Kenworthy Theater in downtown Moscow, ID on April 28, 2016. It’s been such an amazing experience writing the music for this thing. All in all it’s about 90 minutes of music.”

Denizens of the American Northwest with a penchant for one-of-a-kind music experiences would be unfortunate to miss this exceptionally rare opportunity.

But everyone in the world gets to enjoy “Pterodactyl Wings” from Dylan Champagne now, and everyone who loves great music should do so.

Dylan Champagne’s “Pterodactyl Wings” is available directly from the artist’s website and from iTunes and 700 online music stores worldwide. Get in early, folk fans. Very early.

-S. McCauley

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Rapper Bar Lingo releases new single ‘Radio’

The Michigan rapper known across the nation as Bar Lingo has released his latest official single, “Radio.” The track has been proudly published on the BreadFyrst Entertainment independent record label without the direction of the corporate music industry. Pumped with bass, old-school power and some of the best lyrics ever to be carved from language, “Radio” by Bar Lingo is easily one of the heaviest-hitting hip hop tracks to emerge in 2016 so far.

Bar Lingo cites as main artistic influences a timeless list of legends. These include Tupac Shakur, Eminem, Scarface, Rakim, Big L, Marvin Gaye, Kool n the Gang, Gap Band, Zapp and Roger, James Brown, and New Edition. His own music has been compared to Mystikal, Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube, each of whom would fit perfectly on a mixtape featuring Bar Lingo.

A current official bio from Breadfyrst Ent. describes Bar Lingo’s writing clout, saying, “In a day and age where hip hop has been watered down and abased to piss-poor lyrics and mediocre hooks, Bar Lingo is a rarity and a breath of fresh air.”

Hip hop fans who agree that the scene has been hurt by a persistent influx of pop elements and pandering to the lowest common denominator are likely to hear much of what they’ve been missing in “Radio” by Bar Lingo. With an emphasis on carefully crafted lines and meaningful themes set to rock-solid back beats and creative instrumentation, Bar Lingo’s rap tracks are a reminder of what great hip hop can be.

Bar Lingo was born Botney Collins in Muskegon, Michigan, an area he calls “as unpretentious and blue collar as it gets.”

“I was born with music embedded in my DNA,” writes Bar Lingo. “I can’t recall a time when music wasn’t a part of my life. I used to drum on everything around the house. My love of music is incomprehensible; it runs deep through my veins. I’ve wanted to be a musician for as long as I can remember.”

While the heady language in Lingo’s music recalls some of the best hip hop ever recorded, the artist himself notes that some people are less enthusiastic about his writing style. He has said that “Guys get intimidated by how rough my bars be without cursing or using explicit content.”

Nevertheless, his fan base grows daily, spurred on by the sheer quality of his tracks as well as by the force of his frequent live performances.

In the end, music by Bar Lingo deserves a listen regardless of what kind of rapper the music fan may usually be listening to, and “Radio” is as good a place to start as any.

The single, “Radio,” by Bar Lingo is available from Breadfyrst Ent. At over 700 online stores worldwide beginning 20 April 2016. Get in early hip hop fans. Very early.

-S. McCauley

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Musician Eliel Arrey releases ‘The Essentials’ LP

The composer and songwriter known internationally as Eliel Arrey has released his latest full-length record, “The Essentials.” The album contains no fewer than 20 tracks for an approximate total listening time of 80 minutes, making for a comprehensive collection of material from Arrey’s repertoire. It has been proudly published on the EA Music Group independent label. In addition to Eliel Arrey himself, the album features remarkable performances by Nasomi, Yolanda Arrey, and Steve Owner with an extended instrumental of Eliel Arrey’s ‘Paradise’ remix of Melissa Otero’s ‘Angels and Demons.'” Broadly varied, emotionally evocative, and showcasing the artist’s most innovative work to date, “The Essentials” from Eliel Arrey is indispensable for fans of pop music and epic anthems alike.

Eliel Arrey cites as main artistic influences two families of musicians: for his anthems and classical tracks, Hans Zimmer, James Horner, Thomas Bergersen, John Powell, Audiomachine, and Two Steps from Hell; for his EDM productions, David Guetta, Avicii, Jake Shanahan, and Hardwell.

These two musical identities dovetail smoothly on “The Essentials,” just as they intertwine in Arrey’s work in general. His electronica and pop music offerings tend to have aspects of classical narrative and sweeping, soaring waves of sound. Likewise, his classical compositions and soundtracks are marked with motivating narratives and memorable, catchy melodies as are found in his pop and EDM.

Speaking of his new “Essentials” record, Arrey writes, “Music has always been influenced by cultures. Every society/culture has a unique style to their music and different instruments sometimes trademark some cultures. Our album, ‘The Essentials,’ is meant to draw in music lovers from all backgrounds, cultures, and styles. Our listeners will notice many instruments not conventionally used in typical, everyday music.”

This is seen in his use of bagpipes to play the African Cameroonian National Anthem, in kalimbas which lay the down his verses in “Far Cry,” and his exploration of the violins and woodwinds of the Celtic hills. Each of these are showcased through the impeccable audio vision of sound director and senior sound engineer Kevin Monahan of Love Audio Mastering.

“’The Essentials’ is going to take every listener on an international journey,” says Eliel Arrey. “We hope that all our listeners can feel and appreciate the diversity we sought when we compiled this album. Our vocalists are nothing short of world-class, featuring the powerful Dutch artist, Nasomi and Salt Lake City’s finest, Yolanda. ‘The Essentials’ also boasts internationally acclaimed songwriter and engineer Steve Owner, as well as the extended instrumental rendition of Melissa Otero’s ‘Angels and Demons.’”

Songs on “The Essentials” come from many music genres, including new-age, modern classical, electro house, dance, hip-hop, R&B, orchestral, and world music. There’s also a song in honor of the late film-score legend, James Horner.

“We had a hard time picking what genre to list the overall album under,” Arrey says. “We love the diversity of the tracks in the project as it symbolizes the diverse influences we have had in our lives and the different cultures that have influenced us. Our goal is that everyone can find something that they can relate to when they play this album.”

With nearly every emotional hue coloring this striking example of unbridled innovation and musical alchemy, it’s improbable that the music fan won’t hear himself in it somewhere.

“So much love and hard work has gone into this project. It is our deepest honor to share this album with you and the rest of the world.”

“The Essentials” by Eliel Arrey from EA Music Group becomes available online worldwide 20 April 2016.

-S. McCauley

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Europe’s most prolific EDM artist DJ Pad releases new album ‘Dubstep: Second Strike’

The French composer of electronic dance music known as DJ Pad has released his latest official LP album, “Dubstep: Second Strike.” The album contains 15 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of one hour. Like Pad’s other records, it has been proudly published as an independent release by the 4000 Records underground label. Kaleidoscopic, pounding with bass, and full of tricks and surprises, “Dubstep: Second Strike” is perhaps the most innovative material to come from DJ Pad yet.

DJ Pad is perhaps best known around the world for arguably being Europe’s most prolific EDM artist, if not her most prolific musician altogether. Having been composing electronic music since 2008, Pad has amassed a titanic repertoire of more than 700 original tracks in over 30 music genres, mostly electro- house, trance and dubstep. He averages about 100 songs each year, most of them over four minutes long.

If a DJ Pad fan were to listen to all of Pad’s music end-to-end without taking any breaks, DJ Pad songs would still be pouring from the speakers on the dawn of the third day. Amazon Digital Music alone hosts more than 200 of these original songs available for sample, sale and download.

Yet Pad somehow still finds new ways to branch out and discover melodies. “Dubstep: Second Strike” is a highly polished sequel to his 2014 record, “Dubstep: First Strike,” and an avid music listener can hear the subtle complexities which have arisen in Pad’s style over the last two years. Another change is that “Second Strike” is only an hour long. Some Pad albums are as long as three.

Speaking of his new LP, Pad writes, “In this quite ‘short’ album, I’ve wanted to give to all my fans my vision of dubstep with generally complex drops and intro/breaks coming from other genres.”

Tracks which are sure to stand out include the opening song, “Arpy,” the eclectic “Spacy and Curvy,” and the mellow “Beach Basket.” A reggae-flavored track, “Not so Long Title” is also prominent. Pad’s closer, “Glossy Elephant,” is a welcome throwback to the golden age of electronica with a heavy coat of dubstep on it.

As DJ Pad fans have come to expect, this is yet another remarkable success from the artist, one which no Pad collection is complete without. This is likely to be perceived as the best from DJ Pad so far.

“Dubstep: Second Strike” by DJ Pad is available from 4000 Records online worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

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