Toro Y Moi Releases Another Instrumental Version to a Classic Album

Yesterday Chaz Bear took to socials to announce the release of yet another instrumental recording project for one of his timeless albums. Underneath The Pine as Chaz describes, is a a much more conceptual album in it’s own light, thus…

We All Have Bad Nights, Willis the Lion Is Not Afraid to Admit It

Rising Atlanta star, Willis The Lion has long been paying his dues in regards to self-realization and creating a sound that inspires you to look within. All of this hard work has rewarded him with an ever expanding fanbase and…

Tommy Revenge Is Coming For The Globe

With a slew of artists destined for greatness this year, Tommy Revenge is without a doubt one individual who stands out in the front of the pack. Tommy has been another one of my personal favorites this year alongside, Brainorchestra…

Brainorchestra: New Jersey’s Savior

Brainorchestra, aka “The Wizard” is a New Jersey native who’s been slugging through the game at an alarming rate! His soulful production paired with powerful and prolific lyrics only make you aspire to tighten up your pen game! “Mic Doctor”…

Producer Chinsaku shares new instrumental, “Didn’t Know”

Los Angeles based producer Chinsaku shares a new boom-bap offering referencing a familiar character, The Pink Panther on the track’s cover art. The track surely carries the mysterious and jazzy tone of the franchise; certainly a sample or shred of…

New Expansions Coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies

In a recent tweet from game developer Treyarch Studios an image was attached revealing a seemingly new map for the COD: Black Ops Cold War’s zombie franchise. Accompanied by the text, “Projekt Endstation was only the beginning.” suggests a continuation…

Destiny: The Taken King Review

The Taken King is more than just an expansion; it’s also a heart transplant. And with its wounds sewn shut, the anesthetic wearing off, and the scalpels put away to dry, Destiny has pulled through the operation with renewed vigor…

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Review

As I made my way across Westminster, zipping between rooftops with my rope launcher, a notice popped up indicating I was approaching a bounty hunt. The objective was simple–kill an important member of my rival gang–and I decided the children…

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Blighted by the night, vanquishing the plight by the children of the light. No video game character conveys endearment and sadism in a single expression as well as the Blue Slimes. In Dragon Quest Heroes: The World’s Tree Woe and…

Until Dawn Review

The choices you make in Until Dawn have more far-reaching consequences than in most other survival horror games: the butterfly effect feature it so heavily relies on is highly effective. More than all, his treacherous retreats struck more of dismay…