Golf Clap have a new single with Todd Edwards called “Come Together”. Look for ‘Come Together’ to be released November 27. For now, grab the free download here
Highlighted by soaring melodies and infectious percussion, acclaimed producer Max Styler exhibits previously unseen range on “Heroes.” Teaming up with rising vocalist Nevve, the single triumphantly embodies the power of love on the most pop-driven offering of Styler’s nascent career. Continue reading
Melding exotically frenetic rhythms with pulsating drops and healthy dose of bass, Bermuda native Choppa Dunks unleashes his trap-infused New Noise debut, “Fight.” Continue reading
New York-based musicians Derek Chilvers and Eric Essebag (owner and curator of Caché Life) make their live debut as the two-person act called Provocado. Showcasing their eclectic musical background with compositions involving R&B, Pop, and Rock, the pair is ready to unveil the Provocado project with debut single and music video- “Only You.”
Atlanta native and Freakstep Promotions owner, Woodie Louis Ochle was sentenced to a little more than a decade in prison yesterday for conspiring to distribute thousands of ecstasy and molly pills at raves and several music festivals.
Ochle’s organization distributed MDMA to people who attended the events he promoted, according to a court testimony. Ochle was charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute the drug in two counties between in less than 2 years. Ochle plead guilty to the charges in April 2017 and was officially sentenced to 10 and a half years in prison.
Homeland Security Investigations and the U.S. Postal Service first learned about the operation during a 2016 investigation into the large-scale smuggling of various controlled substances from Europe into the U.S. via mail. On April 7, 2016, U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized two inbound packages at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, court documents state. Authorities found 1,000 “Red Supreme” ecstasy pills in each package. One of the packages was addressed to 38-year-old Kenneth Howard in Chelsea and the other was addressed to 31-year-old Jennifer Petitjean in Bessemer.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and U.S. Postal inspectors were contacted. Authorities said ALEA and the inspectors arranged controlled deliveries of the packages. Those deliveries led to subsequent controlled deliveries of the drugs to Howard’s cousin, 28-year-old Kevin Pederson, and to Ochle, who was identified as the leader of the drug-trafficking organization.
In the seizure, 20,000 pressed ecstasy pills and four pounds of crystal molly were found. They all pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute MDMA and are awaiting sentencing. With the exception for Howard who received eight weekends in custody.
In Gogol Bordellos world: everyone is welcome.
Riot Fest welcomed back New York City gypsy punks, Gogol Bordello, to their stages after 5 years and they came out swinging. Gogol Bordello is an American Gypsy punk band that’s been around since the late 90’s. They hail from the Lower East Side of Manhattan and are best recognized for their theatrical stage shows and persistent touring. Continue reading
Sorry for the lack of updates. We are still recuperating from the hurricane (possibly expecting another one). Here are some creepy photos from my town. I hope all my Floridians out there are safe and sound! …and now back to our scheduled music news! Continue reading