Happy New Year – 2023
Hey! Hope everyone is doing good and has enjoyed the festivities, much of the world will be hangover right about now but let’s make 2023 is a good year and as fulfilling as possible! Keep listening to awesome music.
Heilung – Traust
Mind Vortex – Against The Grain
A sick drummer whirling a hoover pipe rigged to a distortion pedal round and round.
Disaszt & The Clamps – Daemon
Can hear the HEDJ influence here.
Ghostface Playa – Why Not
It’s got the old school hip hop gangsta style but it’s heavier to the almost trap phonk and wave level but then it drops at 0:37 with a sick old skool techno break at 122 with a slight tech house vibe that can only be described as the PH inverse of fat. The type of sound you expect to hear when you open a bottle of water looking seriously in slow motion with a low camera angle that results in 50 million views.
JJ – Realm of Nothing (Metal)
Check out this savage metal track! Explodes at 3 minutes 😮 wow.
MOTi & BODYWORX – Pump It
Snakehips & Tchami – Tonight
CLMD – Losing My Breath (feat. Sofiloud)
Collective Efforts – New Album
Back in 2004 the Collective Efforts released the Trial Mix album. A hip hop masterpiece! They have been working on a new album and you can listen to it right here! Check out the link.
After a 10 year hiatus, Collective Efforts is back with a polished sound that is refined and reflective. Listeners will find less posturing and more pontificating on this latest offering, which tells tales of a road well traveled and the memories captured along the way. Filled with both heartbreak and joy, the stories find our protagonists at a crossroads in life, with a renewed chance to reconnect to their passion, reclaim their voices, and realign the vision as they make their journey home.
produced by J-Mil and Ben Hameen for Collective Efforts Music
mixed and arranged by Ben Hameen at the Lion’s Lair in Decatur, GA
mastered by Yamin Semali
artwork by J-Mil
The Long Way Home by Collective Efforts
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