Monday, November 30, 2009

"A Journey Through Middle-Earth" by Ad Dios (Ambient Artist from Sweden)

Inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series, "A Journey Through Middle-Earth," the new CD by Ad Dios, is a terrific diversion into musical fantasy. Combining basic acoustic instruments with trippy electronic notes, this album takes the listener's mind out of the box at an easy tempo. Named after the setting of the Lord of the Rings saga, the opening track, "Middle-Earth," sets the stage with looming melodies, coupled with bongos and chimes progressing from soft to powerful. Toward the end, the track "Rohan" invests the listener with the feelings of LOTR's main human character (Rohan) with electronic, regal-sounding trumpets and a steady bass line. If you're one that loves easy listening, then this is most definitely a CD for you. Just turn it on and let Ad Dios do the rest.

-Trent C. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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Saturday, November 14, 2009

"Hitmaker" by Glaze GetEm (Rap Artist from Michigan(MI))

Glaze GetEm's new album goes by the name of "HitMaker." This album is recorded in the contemporary and mainstream Rap/Hip-Hop style, with auto-tuned vocals and catchy hooks designed to make everyone in the club hit the dance floor. The track "Bring Her to Da Back" is an energetic and high-paced Rap song that moves between minimalist beats and a dance-friendly and appealing chorus. "Froot Loops" is a grittier song and may be the most head-nodding tune of the album, as it employs quickly cut-up lyrics and dancing tremble tones throughout the song. Things are slowed down for "Told You So," a more ballad like song in which Glaze GetEm lets their effects-heavy vocals be the center of the song. This album will appeal to those who enjoy club-friendly, high tempo Rap similar to the likes of Lil Wayne or T-Pain. If that's the type of music that is up your alley then pick up Glaze GetEm's "HitMaker" and get grooving today.

-Sean B. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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Friday, November 13, 2009

Hot Club Mix Breaking the International Scene!

"I'm a freak!" by Glaze GetEm, an 18Yo from Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA is breaking the International club scene with blazing speed. This hit will surely be requested as it makes its way into the overseas markets. This track has a very intense, steady beat that will keep the dance floor crowded and is complemented by the rich vocal abilities of a young up and coming artist/producer that will be around for a long time. Its been a while since we have had a breakout artist that has this caliber. "Surely an International hit" says Ronnie Matthews of Starfleet Record Pool. This track is among others on the album "Hitmaker" now available for download on iTunes and all your other download sites. Checkout "Blowing Up My Phone", a sure winner for ringtones. On the PB&J Entertainment Group Label.
http://www.goodnoise.com/album/Glaze-GetEm-HitMaker-MP3-Download/11677830.html#/from/radioindy

Sunday, November 8, 2009

"Truckers Finest-Bikers Best" by J.R. Leonard (Country Artist from England)

"Truckers Finest-Bikers Best" is the latest country/western CD from J.R. Leonard. It's an album recorded with the mindset of the free-living American west. You will find good ole' fashioned country songs, western ballads and some more edgy rock tunes as well. In "Darlene From San Antone" J.R. sings a love story in a catchy, honky-tonk, gotta-dance fashion. Then he changes the pace with tracks like "Message From Elvis," a slow moving and bluesy country song. He shows us his edgier side with "Lay Down and Rock Me," a gritty rock song played almost in ZZ Top style. J.R. Leonard's "Truckers Finest-Bikers Best" CD should have something for everyone; whether you are a fan of Jerry Jeff Walker and Johnny Cash, or prefer a more modern and mainstream approach to country music.

-Sean B. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

"SCR Exclusive" by J-Mill (Hip-Hop Artist from Maryland(MD))

Exceptionally creative and talented Hip-Hop/Rap artist J-Mill, runs full throttle with his latest disc, "SCR Exclusive." J-Mill and Streetz Certified Records spins an amazing, well produced album as this disc delivers clean and crisp clarity as the sound tracks never overpower the free flowing vocals providing an extremely well balanced production. Catch the innovating energy that rises up on the song "City Boy" as J-Mill cleverly utilizes a looped background hook from Journey's hit song, "Don't Stop Believin'" which swirls around the sly lyrics that grooves to the beat. The vocal wordplay is tight and this catchy song is definitely tailored for the club scene. Another hit song, "SCR Exclusive" kicks in with strong and powerful synth strings/horns and thumping drum beats as J-Mill proves his ability as a brilliant easy flowing rhymer. If you're a fan of Hip-Hop/Rap, then don't miss a chance to hear the outstanding music of "SCR Exclusive" as these songs offers vocal prowess wrapping around fresh and original, artistic arrangements.

-Sean B. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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