According to the infinite font of wisdom that is Wikipedia, the Komusō were “a group of Japanese mendicant monks of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism who flourished during the Edo period of 1600–1868.” Komusō, the band whose name invokes those monks, is a Tokyo combo whose sound ranges from creeping, tightly wound post-hardcore to violently unhinged screamo. They’ve joined forces with the Stockholm grindcore/powerviolence marauders Setsuko for a new split EP on the British Columbia record label Zegema Beach. The two bands have each chipped in three new songs, tracks that feel punishingly intense even when the bands scale back the sonic blitzkrieg. Flail your body to it all below.
Ivory Coast-born rising star, singer-songwriter, actress, and writer Aicha Dosso’s debut single is titled “Bien”. Growing up in Paris, France, Parisian cabaret music has always been part of Aicha’s everyday life, especially considering her parents were admirers of Edith Piaf. The young artist even considers it her true calling to revive the forgotten art of […]
Hip-hop is not just a music genre; it became a style, a lifestyle, and a philosophy. As songs do, hip-hop music videos also stand out from the visual content of other genres. Below, we listed the top 5 hip-hop music videos from the most promising up and coming artists. 5.JayTee the Aussie – “I’m Different” […]
CA-based artist of Mexican descent Edel MJ is releasing his striking debut single “Three Hearts.” This epic single displays a sophisticated fusion between reggaeton and trap, with both genres carefully intertwined by the emerging creative force. Edel MJ’s spellbinding vocal flow and overall performance instantly gives “Three Hearts” a global dimension despite it being sung […]