Inspired by XXXTENTACION, Duwap Kaine and Young Thug, Achey drops his latest single which is from his brand new 10-track release and this one is called, ‘Beast Boy‘.
Achey (pronounced AhKey) is a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-born Hip hop artist who also fuses in punk rock and pop into many of his venomous productions that are crammed with honesty.
”Achey did not find it difficult to stand out. Making music from a young age, having a unique fashion sense and a stand out personality.” ~ Achey
With his raw style that shall wrap you in a claw-clinging world that has evil eyes lurking at every corner, Achey has made a blood-soaked single which might have you feeling rather anxious and looking around to see if there is danger to deal with or if these thoughts shall soon pass.
‘Beast Boy‘ from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-born Hip hop artist Achey is an underground experience that is loaded with much intrigue and slices into your mind like a ravenous chef who isn’t messing around. There is an actual sense of damage on offer here by someone who is battling to extinguish the fire-breathing evil demons that are threatening to jeopardise his very existence. Rapped with a heavy style, this is a street-filled track that will bewilder many, or fascinate others.
See this new music video on YouTube and check out his IG for more.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
Fusing hip-hop and rock into a concoction that just tastes fantastic in our thirsty palates, Riodine brings us the legend of the unjust day when the truth subsequently came out on ‘Judge‘ (feat. Neomatik).
Riodine is a Russian-American Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-born, Staten Island, New York-based indie rock solo artist.
”Featuring members of Neomatik, Riodine brings a large ensemble to this rap giving this track a party feel. If you can imagine the Beastie Boys teaming up with Biz Markie, then you would have Judge. This offering revolves around the theme of breaking the law and standing before the Judge awaiting sentencing.” ~ Riodine
Riodine and Neomatik are quite splendid collectively on this your-time-is-up track that crashes your attention to a sudden halt, as you clutch the volume button and up it to a level that has you acknowledging such a glorious effort. This is the tale about seeing the warning signs and making sure that you don’t fall into the same trap, as this old friend who is in huge difficulty.
‘Judge‘ (feat. Neomatik) from the well-versed Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-born, Staten Island, New York-based indie rock artist Riodine, is a terrific fusion of speaker-hugging sounds that takes you into a painting that has been so eloquently projected. The time has come to speak and the story keeps on evolving, as the sweat starts fermenting and you worry what the consequence will be. Made with an ode to the legends of before who have tried this tasty mixture before, this is a highly memorable effort that will get you moving and grooving all evening long.
Check out this smartly-crafted new release on Bandcamp and see more of the energy via IG.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
This song is basically a big jumping fest with a bulky interlude during which it changes into a big moshing fest. Get psyched with this syringe of adrenaline!
Inner Turmoil elegantly describe the music they make as “music to punch your friends to” and we couldn’t agree more. With their song “Grave Mistakes” we can promise you that you’ll get clobbered over the head with brutal guitar riffs, fierce tempo changes, and a killer moshing end part. Their sound and songwriting doesn’t deviate that much from the standard hardcore punk/moshcore formula, but either way, this scene is not exactly infamous for the creative boundaries it’s been pushing in the last decade (at least). While this sound has remained stale for a long time now, it is the frantic live gigs and festivals that are keeping it alive and kicking. And judging by this song, catching Inner Turmoil onstage, you’re probably in for some bruises. I would love to consume this sonic beast live!
Drawing influences from the scene giants, such as Agnostic Front and Sick Of It All, Inner Turmoil are bound to make you jump around. All my hardcore kids, be sure to listen to Grave Mistakes here
Review by Nektarios Oikonomakis