Cellar Kid’s visually rich video plays with some wonderful imagery: illusions and allusions that give the viewer a lot to think about. It blends cold and vivid futuristic surroundings with the trappings of horror films but rather than play that obvious card it seems more interested in exploring the anonymity of the modern world and promoting a freer existence away from those technical temptations and traps which we are all slave too.
There is a wonderful image as the video resolves, people race up the stairs towards the light, reminiscent of the final meeting in Close Encounters of The Third Kind the same blind faith sought for in the hazy light of the unknown. This time the unknown turns out to be the real world, their masks are shed and they emerge blinking at the natural light surrounding them.
Musically it is just as rich, sitting somewhere between a clinical, slow dance floor groove, a techno-pop adventure and musical prophecy. It blends musical futurism with the ghosts of those post-punk krautrock pioneers who set the electronic genre going all those years ago.
Not only a great piece of music and a slick and seductive video but a very import message. It looks like having something to say is back on the menu!
KVR finally unveils his much-anticipated debut single ‘Never Gonna Be’.
‘Never Gonna Be’ is an upbeat, captivating and contemporary dance track with a killer catchy top-line. 17-year-old Dutch producer Koen Van Ravensberg has expertly blended together all the right ingredients for his amazing first solo release. A teenager who’s natural ability in production and songwriting defies his tender age.
As KVR tells us: “I’m really happy with the overall vibe of Never Gonna Be, I feel it’s got a catchy, poppy sounds to it. I had been thinking about what the song should be like for some time, struggling to find that perfect sound I was looking for, but it just wouldn’t work. Then eventually when I got it, I think I finished the basic concept in under an hour.”
KVR is no stranger to success even at the age of 17! His remix of Nathan Goshen’s ‘Thinking About It’ became a massive hit and has been certified platinum in Denmark and The Netherlands, gone gold in Sweden and Norway, reaching more than 71 million streams so far worldwide.
The Dutch producer has a bright future ahead of him with a truly global dance sound that has also now brought in his first official remix for Lady Gaga’s ‘Million Reasons’ (Feb 17th).
A+A Musical duo based out of NY, who started originally writing,producing, mixing for other musical acts and decided to leave that world and do it all themselves. Their philosophy states, “There are no rules or guidelines when it comes to making music because it is all subjective, but as humans, our likes and dislikes are all over the place.” A+A is a musical representation of exactly that. They make the music they love to listen to and inspires them which has a broad range of literally every genre. They have Roots of Classical, Jazz, Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B, Folk, Country, Electronic… Pretend all those genres had a baby, thats A+A.
“Run” is their follow up single to their debut album Livingrooms that was released last year.
Karmic derives from the word Karma. Everything we do or say, as human beings, has intention. To actively be aware of yourself and how you affect others is a mindful activity. Knowing that you have the power to be the light with how you speak is Karmic. Pushing a friend to be his or her best is Karmic. Living and creating with the intention of bringing people together is Karmic. Accepting life situations as they come and having the power to be a leader through madness is Karmic. Inspiring people to be good to each other and to work together as one is Karmic.
We are a band of musicians, artists, and life adventurers that strive to inspire people with not only our music, but our vision of the world. We write about our lives. We write about people we know. We write about experiences we have had. We hope our songs can make you laugh, cry, think, and feel. The good and bad.
We invite everyone to experience our world, and to share positive messages in the world. We are all in this together after all. Let’s create art. Let’s create conversations. Let’s paint a better picture of this world. Let’s push to be our best. We are Karmic, and so are you.
If you haven’t heard the buzz yet, let it be known that Chicago native Rockie Fresh is quickly becoming your next favorite rapper. Only starting his music career a few years ago, this young up-and-comer is already one of the hottest independent artists in hip-hop.
After releasing 4 “The Night I Went To…” projects this year, Rockie Fresh is back as he delivers us his first official single on MMG. Produced by Mike Daley and featuring Chris Brown, Call Me When It’s Over is a big summer anthem that we’ve all been waiting to hear from the Chicago native.
Call Me When It’s Over available on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify now!
Dance/Pop artist Teasley made his debut in Feburary with his first single Hit It and has followed up with an official music video. ‘Hit It’ is available on all digital retailers including Spotify, Itunes, and Apple Music.
Teasley is a singer/songwriter based in Los Angeles. The young artist credits the influences of Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, & 90s RnB to honing his craft.