The latest track from Drum & Bass phenom Mac Summer is his most captivating to date. An uptempo, otherworldly electronic track, its distorted synths and expertly executed breaks provide an instant shot of adrenaline.Mac incorporates an angelic vocal performance, which is an ideal counterpoint for the intensity of the production. ‘Let It Go’ strikes a perfect balance between electronic exploration and pop accessibility, making it a perfect fit for any forward-thinking electronic playlist or blog.
Mac Summer has been one of New Zealand’s leading Drum and Bass producers for years, exploring everything from high-octane dance tracks to gentle, soothing ambiance. On his latest track, he pushes the genre to its limit. A mixture of surprising electronic textures and ethereal vocals, it is the most captivating track to date from an artist poised for an international breakthrough.
‘Let It Go’ opens with a hypnotic blend of electronic sounds, eventually evolving into an uptempo, otherworldly electronic track. Its distorted synths and expertly executed breaks provide an instant shot of adrenaline. Mac incorporates an angelic vocal performance, which is an ideal counterpoint for the intensity of the production. ‘Let It Go’ strikes a perfect balance between electronic exploration and pop accessibility, showcasing everything that makes Mac such a unique artist. It will be well received by new fans and DnB enthusiasts everywhere.
Processing her tension and then releasing it, Chelsea Keenan shows us how she felt while going through an unhealthy relationship. With her soothing background vocals tuned to the heart healing frequency, Chelsea wanted to bring a healing experience through her music.
“I believe that frequency has the power to heal,” says Chelsea. “I tuned the background vocals and some of the add-libs to a frequency that can heal and positively affect your heart chakra. However, I believe that healing also comes after feeling and acknowledging. In my song ‘TENSION,’ I wrote about how I felt when I was in the middle of a very unhealthy relationship. Singing this song and then turning it into something that others can relate to and heal from as well is my main inspiration.”
Chelsea Keenan has a history of captivating performances, from the Special Olympics to House Of Blues on Sunset. Her new song, “TENSION,” is set to release on September 20th, promising an emotionally charged experience for listeners. Don’t miss this soul-stirring release from an artist who believes in the healing power of music.
In the neon-drenched cyberpunk realm of X-RL7, reality and fiction blur into an animated web series that follows the journey of a band determined to make their mark. Created by musician and animator Mike Evans, X-RL7 combines elements of classic point-and-click video games, real-world musicians, and a dark electronic rock/synthwave soundtrack.
Their latest single, “Information,” featuring Imperative Reaction, is a gritty industrial-electronic track reminiscent of Linkin Park and Nine Inch Nails. The accompanying pixel art lyric video adds a retro-gaming twist to the mix, appealing to fans of both music and classic video games.
X-RL7’s unique concept has earned them a dedicated following, with monthly listeners on Spotify and praise from Metal Injection, Regen Mag, and more. Beyond the music, the series delves into relevant themes like social media’s impact, the idolization of celebrities, and the struggle between censorship and free speech. X-RL7 isn’t just a band; it’s a multifaceted experience blending art, music, and storytelling in a neon-soaked cyberpunk world.
California-based DIY rocker Meat in Space unleashes a rowdy, gritty garage rock anthem with “Outta My Head.” The track exudes punky lo-fi energy, featuring tape-crushed drums, a rousing guitar solo, and an infectious chorus hook that’s bound to linger in your mind.
Meat in Space, led by multi-instrumentalist Shawn Stedman, draws influences from ’90s heavyweights like Dinosaur Jr., Nirvana, and Smashing Pumpkins, as well as garage rock icons such as Jay Reatard and Ty Segall.
Stedman’s raw and visceral approach to music shines through, creating a sonic landscape that combines punk, stoner metal, shoegaze, slacker rock, and more. “Outta My Head” is a reflection of his commitment to crafting guitar-heavy music with a melodic sensibility. The single, recorded entirely analog, captures the essence of garage rock authenticity, delivering an exhilarating musical experience that’s sure to resonate with fans of unadulterated, high-energy rock.