MEMORYY FEATURED IN HYPE MACHINE'S TOP 20

Memoryy 

Memoryy 

Synth pop producer and singer / songwriter Memorry has few new remixes under his belt, and two of them are currently in  the Top20 on Hype Machine!   Memoryy  dropped a remix of Ramey’s ( Top 12 finish on The Voice )  “Forever Wild" giving it his signature 80's retro touch. Check out his recent interview with Cougar Microbes where he talked about his writing process, landing a placement in an Amazon documentary, and more! 

PREMIERE: STOP LIGHT OBSERVATIONS - How Did We Get Here” Via The Hype Magazine

Southern electro rock Stop Light Observations released  Vol. 2 — the latest in “volume” series of digital 45s — and The Hype Magazine  premiered their single “How Did We Get Here.” Guitarist and principal songwriter John Keith Culbreth answered some questions for Hype about the band’s past, present and future. Culbreth and bandmates. Check out the single and interview here.

THE BERGAMOT RELEASE "P.D.R." (ATWOOD MAGAZINE)

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Indie power couple, The Bergamot just recently new single PDR which premiered on Atwood Magazine and has been receiving praise from the likes of Record of the Day and The Daily Record. Record of the Day says, "Brooklyn based husband and wife power-pop duo Nathaniel Paul and Jillian Speece aka The Bergamot deliver a soothing and dreamy slice of upbeat indie folk in their debut UK single release PDR." The duo will be traveling to the U.K. to finish a full length record with producer Matt Wiggins (Glass Animals, London Grammar, The Horrors). Check out the track below.

 

 

Kim Logan releases "Pseudoscience: Chapter 3"

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Rocker Kim Logan has just released "Pseudoscience: Chapter 3", the double-sided single brings you the crunchy glam of "Ladyboy," and the swirling psych of "Hitch Your Wagon."  Overblown UK says "["Ladyboy"] is a filthy and swampy offering from Nashville based rock ‘n roll artist Kim Logan. Calling to mind dirty dive bars, bottled beer, and cigarettes, ‘Ladyboy’ is an up beat and energetic romp through all the classic rock touching points. There’s fuzzy guitar, bluesy solos, gritty vocals, driving drums, and is that a Hammond Organ I hear?" Check it out below!