Jays Silence learned to play guitar at a young age and has now released a new single called ‘Her Deception’

Jays Silence is originally from Cuba and creates Chill-Trap RnB Hip-Hop, and has released a new single ‘Her Deception’. What’s your life story as an artist? How did you get into music?“I was born and raised in a small & humble town in eastern Cuba and moved to Switzerland before finishing my primary school. We always lived very humbly but I was able to take music classes and learned to play guitar from a young age.” “When we moved to Mexico after primary school, I ditch the guitar and started writing songs at the age of 13. I would rap with my neighbor who was a cuban rapper as well and he would throw rap battles at his place.” “We lived in a very crazy neighborhood at the time in Mexico City and as “the man of the house” I would do anything to help financially.” “I started making money in the streets in every way possible to help out at home since it was only my mom, my sister and I.” “I wrote songs as a diary to express my day-to-day reality.” “During high school I went through lots of troubles and after losing some important people in my […]

Following the single, ‘Clavate’, is a distinct visuals-directed music video that finds itself at the centre of a club filled with beautiful dancers, and his heavy hitting conglomerate.

Las Vegas-based recording artist/business engineer/entrepreneur, Legacy is on a mission to solidify himself as a legend in the game, and create opportunities for those who wish to succeed in life. From the boardroom to the booth, Legacy knows when to strike while the iron’s hot, and keep his brand rising every time. Living a life that is “Limitless”, he has what it takes to get to the next level. Recently, he stepped out with the release of the single, “Clavate”, and aims to have it blasting everywhere.Released independently on March 5th, 2021, Legacy gives listeners Latin Hip Hop vibes on “Clavate”. With a commanding bilingual delivery over some unique production by Sam Friend, Legacy drops a song that is ready for the club, and wherever the party is at. Since its release, “Clavate” has gained thousands of streams across various streaming platforms, and promises to make a lot more noise in the coming weeks. Following up the single is a Distinct Visuals-directed music video that finds looking as sharp as ever, but is the center of attention in club filled with beautiful dancers, and his heavy hitting conglomerate. The video shows Legacy celebrating the good life, and just having fun […]

Jesus Muhammed came out of his reinvention musically reborn, focusing intently on the visual aspect of his music, and the mystery.

“I prefer to be formless, like water,” JM says. “I once heard a quote from Bruce Lee that said ‘If you put water in a vase, it becomes the vase,’ so put me in any music genre, and I become the genre, like water.” Much like his genre-melding yet fluid ‘formless’ musical creations, Jesus Muhammed as an artist is a bit of an enigma. Music – for JM – comes to his mind in mental waves and flashes of colors, shapes and patterns. Whether he has a mild form of the fascinatingly weird disorder known as synesthesia or it’s just the way his musical brain works – whatever the source of his genius, it’s a mesmerizing mix of electronica, hip hop rhythms, other-worldly vocals and street-style rhyming that he creates. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Saint Albans, Queens, JM took music lessons from a former James Brown guitarist, and was surrounded by 1950s pop and 70s reggae played by his music-loving parents. They bought JM and his brother a full set-up of instruments as they were growing up, but while his mother hoped he’d learn to play classic pop songs, JM instead wanted to bring to life the music […]

Artist Inde Black shares his feelings towards his significant other in his new single ‘Tellin’ You’

‘Tellin’ You’ is as song that represents the artist’s feelings towards his significant other. The song starts with a catchy hook, with easy to follow melodies, as well as nice harmonies. As the verse comes in, the lyrics and delivery get a little more explicit, but still maintains that easy to listen to vibe. Inde Black is a singer from Camden, New Jersey. He first got his feet wet in the music scene by making beats. As he progressed and learned how to use studio equipment, he quickly started recording himself so that he would be able to perfect his engineering craft. Before he knew it, he had a hard drive full of music ready to be released. Follow Inde Black here:www.twitter.com/indeblackwww.instagram.com/indeblackhttps://youtube.com/channel/UCDnDg2rX8MDP0pAPSjYc8sg Pre-save the link here:https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/indeblack/tellin-you

Hip Hop artist A.O. C.entral C.ommand has been on a mission for over a decade and has just released his latest single ‘Do You Mind?’

After picking up from Episode 1, The Agency Operative emerged with a new album Episode 2 – Agent on a Mission. Throughout his career, the Agency Operative has gone through a series of transformations to reach this point as a hip hop artist. From writing in a journal to writing rhymes. The Agency Operative went from playing trumpet to being a vocalist.   There was a setback in which AO had to take a hiatus. Not seeing financial success on the first album, the Agency Operative was forced to hold back on setting out more projects. The first project could’ve been the last. The reasons for making another project is AO does not give up so easily. Even though Episode 1 did not reach financial success, the album did give AO a better look on how the music industry works.  From the beginning AO went by stage name King Kong. The reason for the name change was due to getting legal rights to the name. King Kong came up with the name “The Agency Operative.” Agency is an acronym (Agent Geared for Emissary to Navigate through Critical Conditions without Yielding). Operative means secret agent. The Agency Operative is the secret agent of […]

Self taught musician VDXi has released his latest single called ‘Vulnerable Rebellion’ which takes the listeners on a journey of the senses through different musical styles

VDXi has released the latest single called ‘Vulnerable Rebellion’. The song starts off with a beautiful female voice and synthesiser that sounds like they could take you on an amazing journey.The guitars kick in at around 45 seconds and as soon as they do, this song starts to rock. What follows is basically a 4-minute guitar solo with plenty of pinched harmonics and just the right amount of ‘shredding’. Towards the end the lovely vocals start again, this time accompanied by the rhythm guitar and the drums. The guitars and drums are definitely giving it a nice rock twist. VDXi is a completely self-taught musician, using computer programming tricks and virtual instruments to communicate his stories through music.The artist has a wide range of musical styles and instrument emulations built into the music and this might not become obvious after you listen to just one song/composition, but it will become more apparent when you listen to more of them. Connect here:https://soundcloud.com/vdxihttps://www.facebook.com/VDXi.music

New Music Podcast offers an hour of unfiltered commentary from a variety of successful industry personalities and experts

Jewelry manufacturer Novell Global (a subsidiary of World-renowned Continental Jewellery Mfg) has recently teamed with Deko Entertainment and Jac Harrison’s Gear Guys Radio for a brand-new podcast series focusing on musician education. The re-launched Gear Guys Radio will be a pre-record podcast, offered by Deko Entertainment and sponsored by Novell Global. Recorded at Novell’s state-of-the-art jewelry facility in New Jersey, the podcast focuses on educating musicians about how to make a living in today’s challenging music industry via round table discussion with musical gear manufactures and their endorsed artist(s). Gear Guys is a weekly music gear podcast for the guitar and bass guitar enthusiast. Hosted by founder Jac Harrison and Novell Marketing Director Rick Mulholland, Gear Guys offers an hour of unfiltered commentary from a variety of successful industry personalities. The show promises to be cutting edge infused with knowledge and enthusiasm. Topics will include tips on home recording, general music marketing, social media success, song construction with writing insight, healthy living habits for the road, and gear. Gear Guys sound and editing will be overseen by three-time Grammy award winning engineer Alan Douches (West West Side Music). Deko Entertainment has built a unique independent label offering physical product distribution […]

Independent rapper T.Bouzi has released a new sound of music in his latest single ‘Let’s Get It’

Brooklyn based, up and coming Independent rapper T.Bouzi has an iconic and distinctive vocal tone and is the self proclaimed leader of a new genre of music called “Trap Rock”. “Trap Rock” consist of the sound & feel of rock & roll but with trap/drill lyrics. His latest single ‘Let’s Get I’t is a prime example of “Trap Rock”. ‘Let’s Get It’ paints an urban picture of the inner city. It tells a story that inspires people to take financial risk by any means necessary. Stream the track here:https://music.apple.com/us/artist/t-bouzi/1435730926https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/tbouzi/lets-get-it-feat-marz-fadedhttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/t-bouzi/1435730926

Deja Solo shines some light in his new EP ‘Blackout’

“Music saved my life and makes me feel like I’m not alone in my darkest hours” says Solo “I’m just hoping my music can do the same for someone else out there.” With influences such as Chester Bennington, Eminem, Tupac Shakur and Jimi Hendrix, Deja Solo is not just your run of the mill Hip Hop artist; he reaches far beyond the depths of a singular lane artist – a Hip Hop baby with a Rockstar’s heart. With his last single, “Wicked Bogus Kid” placing #16 on the top 40 pop hits on BMS Radio Chicago, this artist has just released his new EP, ‘Blackout’. Find his music here:Apple Music Spotify

With a prolific flair for producing big tracks with exquisite arrangements, ‘Dar.ra’ gets the tropical brass going on vibrant new single ‘Rise Like The Sun’

While we as a world speed forward on an uncharted flight to an unknowable destination, predictions and hearsay is all you hear in the backseats on this excursion into a strange new Paradigm. One prediction that has come to play out is Dar.Ra whose album New Kinda Normal released in 2019 told of tales of future society changes, while the front cover art showed a couple walking down and empty high street in a bubble. Did he know something we didn’t at the time and was anyone paying attention to the fine lines of that release. Since we have seen massive changes and other artists not releasing any new material, we have seen more out put from Dar.Ra rather than less. The EP ‘Stand Up For The Heroes’ was an honourable attempt to give the Keyworkers and Frontline Heroes of the Pandemic something more than just a round of applause, something that people could sing and show their Love, with proceeds given to Frontline worker charities. The ‘Whisky n Honey’ EP featured a great Bowie style track with sublime subplot of a Love given up on for a pursuit of fast love and neon highs only to end up empty […]

‘Presto X’ knows how to produce a catchy smooth pop hit as he releases ‘My Way’

”Presto X’ knows how to produce a catchy smooth pop hit as he releases ‘My Way” – Muzicmirror UK What do Political Science and Music have in common? Bet you didn’t see that one coming, but I promise you it’s an exciting answer. Can’t guess it? That’s alright. It’s Presto X. That’s right, Presto X, also known as Prince Young, is an up-and-coming young musician, hailing from the very heart of the wonderfully musical city of Chicago, and he’s coming at us with his latest pop track, “My Way”. Twenty-two-year-old Presto’s excitement and passion for making quality music can be heard in every beat of the song. With its’ catchy nature and its’ smooth, simplistic lyrics, “My Way” is the sort of track that just gets stuck in your head that goes heavy on the auto-tune. And while for some songs, that can mean instant failure, for Presto’s recent hit, it works wonders, complimenting his flowing, melodic voice and the repetitive nature of the song itself. “My Way” makes you think of the sound of waves breaking on the shore, and like the waves of the sea or the ocean, it manages to put you at ease, and helps you […]

LATIN URBAN POP DANCE OF THE WEEK: ‘Charlie Luis’ lets loose a latin urban anthem with ‘Cuando Empieza El Perreo’ and it’s warm catchy vibe!

Latin urban artist ‘Charlie Luis’ comes from a musical family and was constantly exposed to a great variety of music. His son, Emo Rap Recording Artist, “Jumex” has millions of followers as well as his half-brother latino recording artist “Cristian Castro”. Charlie Luis currently is releasing his new hit “Cuando Empieza El Perreo”. The song has already received an overwhelmingly favourable response on the social networks as well as by the club and Radio DJ’S throughout the country and in Latin America. CHARLIE LUIS LIVE TOUR Look out for the Charlie Luis on tour “Compartiendo Amor” kicking off in Latin American in mid-March 2020. ONLINE: http://instagram.com/cadamor http://instagram.com/cadamor STREAM AND WATCH: https://open.spotify.com/track/3wrzyBL0ZuYyCJWyZut26W?si=VDBq4eqXSOC6OUSRavcozw Cuando Empieza El Perreo Remix https://open.spotify.com/track/2XlAFnFjHNQM54VRQadnS0?si=HdKk0AKrRWiMplEvfce17w Cuando Empieza El Perreo Original https://youtu.be/pGIYTvHNgB0 Video Cuando Empieza El Perreo Remix Charlie Luis(Video Oficial de Fans) https://youtu.be/EfQSkz7kK0E  Video Cuando Empieza El Perreo Original Charlie Luis (Video Oficial de Fans) FOLLOW THE HASHTAGS #music #trap #musica #puertorico #dancehall #dembow #dance #bachata #latintrap #bhfyp #chile #tropicacl #teamchacal #generourbano #republicadominicana #latintrp #hiphop #rap #trap #charlieluis #reggaeton #latinurban #urbanlatin #latinurbanmusic #latinurbano #wisin #yandel #jbalvan #nickyjam #planb #anuel #karolg #beckyg CHARLIE LUIS BIO in his native tongue De papá Alemán y mamá Mexicana Charlie, estuvo expuesto a […]

After nearly dying in Bali, Cami Galles drops new album ‘Correlated’

Cami Galles has known since the age of 4 she was here to sing. Yet, over the years, she’s succumbed to her own fears and yielded to the misguided directions of others. In December 2018, while in Bali, Cami nearly died, and from her hospital bed the Chicago-based artist vowed if she survived she would finally release her debut album. On October 15th, she keeps that promise and issues her first-ever album, Correlated. The 8-song record will be available for digital sale, download and streaming worldwide on Spotify, Apple, GooglePlay, Amazon and 102 other digital platforms. “In this life, we arrive and leave with our selves. Everything we have and do point back to our relationship with ourselves,” Cami shares. “This album tells an evolutionary story about my past relationships, and how I learned to prioritize my relationship with myself.” For years, Cami has dazzled audiences in New York and the Midwest with her invigorating “future blues” aesthetic—a singular melding of blues, pop, jazz, enlightened and empowered lyrics, and uptempo dance beats. Now, her inaugural solo release proves her to be a masterful songwriter, producer, and singer. Correlated documents a triumphant rise of the authentic self, and it’s threaded with […]

Music Mirror reflects on upcoming release Riding the Storm by Jason Fernandes

DJ and artist Jason Fernandes began DJing at the age of 14, started using music software while still a teenager, which led him on to producing his own music, which he first released aged 23. London-based Jason Fernandes’ music has been released on Carl Cox’s Intec label and Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label and he had a track featured on BBC Radio 1’s Essential mix recorded live from Space in Ibiza with Carl Cox. In line with many good DJs and producers, Jason’s inspiration comes from many different artists and styles. He has built a substantial following amongst the techno community. On creating his own music, Jason uses the thoughts and emotions he is experiencing at the time, for example: “Riding The Storm in particular reflects on the storm of life with its ups and downs, which we are all trying to ride.” After releasing music on Carl Cox’s Intec label, Carl heard and subsequently signed all 7, which lead to two EPs in 2015. Jason has played DJ sets in Holland, Poland, Malta, France, Norway and the UK, including various headline slots and alongside leading, established techno acts. In 2015, Jason showcased a set of his own music in Holland […]

Music Mirror reflects on Francis Groove’s “Alright (Take My Hand)”

DJ-producer Francis Groove was born and raised in Brussels, Belgium. Francis Groove started out mixing vinyl on turntables, fusing rare groove and RnB with hip-hop and breakbeats. After inspiration from a trip to the U.S. aged 19, which introduced him to house on the New York club scene, he moved towards electro dance music and became a regular at the celebrated club The Sound Factory. Francis Groove regularly tours Europe while producing and writing his music. His latest musical project is called Real Life, which delivers a blend of pop sounds or, as he says, “a breeze of the real groove”. The new single Alright (Take my Hand) is written by Francis Groove and U.K songwriter Sandra Bryan. They enlisted vocals from Tony G in Spain and they mixed the track back in Belgium. Of this moving around to record, Francis says, “this triangle way of working has given the song a special touch”. When not on tour, Francis Groove moves between his homeland of Belgium and Hungary. His influences stem from 80’s acts such as Kraftwerk, Soulsonic Force and Nelle Hooper as well as current producer Calvin Harris. The new single Alright (Take my Hand) was produced by Francis […]

Music Mirror reflects on Gram Holli and the Berries’ release “The Woods”

Gram Holli and the Berries with Cornershop’s Drummer Andy Return from Tour to Release Album These lads from Lancashire say they are “born in Leigh, not On Sea, but on a navigation, absconded to Atherton, biked to Bolton, and were produced in Preston.” They’re fresh off a tour through Europe having played gigs in such places as Manchester, Milan and Munich. The British Invasion is not over, boys and girls. Get ready for the second wave! Lancashire Lads ” Gram Holli and the Berries” are on the way. This Brit band was “born in Leigh, not On Sea, but on a navigation, absconded to Atherton, biked to Bolton, and were produced in Preston.” They’re fresh off a tour through Europe having played gigs in such places as Manchester, Milan and Munich. Who are these Lancastrian lads? The Lancashire Lads are: “Gram Holli” (lead vocals, guitar, bass and keyboard), Cornershop’s Andy Flynn (drums), Richard (“bowing” strings), Steve (“blowing” brass) and Alan Gregson of West Orange Studios (“perfecting” production and background vocals). Their melodic and catchy new album “The Woods” is a fine example of the band’s current musical musings. The album features the single “True Love” and is out now on […]

Squeeze headline Saturday at Looe Music Festival 2014

Formed in London, Squeeze exploded onto the music scene with their second album ‘Cool For Cats’, in 1979, cementing their place as one of Britain’s most important young bands of the time. Featuring the classic single ‘Up The Junction’ as well as the title track, it was many listeners’ first introduction to the witty kitchen-sink lyricism and new-wave guitar music that has become the band’s trademark. With albums ‘Argybargy’ and the Elvis Costello-produced ‘East Side Story’, Squeeze made waves across the pond, with Paul Carrack later replacing Jools Holland, going on to lend his unmistakeable vocals to the smash hit ‘Tempted’. Here’s Cool for Cats: Today Squeeze are still making their mark with top popsters including Mark Ronson, Kasabian, Supergrass, Lily Allen, The Feeling and Razorlight citing them as amongst their biggest influences. And on Saturday 20th September they’ll join the other 89 bands across five stages for three days of ‘Slap and Tickle’ Cornish party style. To book tickets for Looe Music Festival follow this link For camping in comfort and transport to and from festival: Tregoad Park

Very British Folk Pop Musician gives Prince some Competition with his band’s musical arrangements

Until 2008, Boz Hayward was a punk musician who once rehearsed in rooms next door to the Happy Mondays and Oasis in the basement of Manchester’s famous Boardwalk nightclub, back in its heyday. When his bassist and close friend died, Boz turned to folk and acoustic pop to focus on his songwriting. The Bozchestra is the affectionate name for Boz’s band who accompany him on an array of instruments combining guitar, mariachi bass, violins, trumpets, keyboards, glockenspiel, the Russian domra, mandolin, dulcimer and slide guitar with percussion and drums. Frequent line-up The most frequent Bozchestra line-up are Phil Robinson on ‘guitarron’ bass, Mark Greer on slide guitar, Rick Burrows on brass, Dan Bridgwood-Hill on strings and keys and Rob Haynes on percussion and drums. Born in Hereford, Boz’s family moved around with his father’s RAF work. Boz went to Manchester Poly and based his musical operations from Manchester’s thriving Boardwalk basement rehearsal studios. Not one to refuse a “crooner” set with a piano, Boz also composes instrumentals and film music, which lead to his Shortscores album in 2013. Boz composes for himself with the Bozchestra, although his creative output is constant and he has song material to spare for other performers. […]

Scottish Producer Pools Extensive Experience To Launch His New Album

Reole, with jazz and the Creole of his youth in Louisiana at his roots, likes to keep it real for his jazzy, soulful and funky productions by discovering underground singer songwriters to complete his unique sound of digital processing, using tubes and valves and his own secret ingredients. Texture The in-house producer for audio company Zendell, who create TV commercials for clients including Sony, Suzuki, Yahoo and FIFA, has sought underground singers and songwriters to bring texture and flavour to tracks on his forthcoming album. Reole, a Scottish music producer who lived for a short time in New Zealand, takes his name from Creole, a music style based on folk, which originated in his childhood New Orleans in the 18th Century. Born in Scotland and raised in New Orleans, Reole started his musical life playing brass in the Mardi Gras parades. Reole then joined Ritchie Ruftone on pirate radio and today he produces for Ruftone, who has won both the UK DMC Championships and UK Battle for World Supremacy heats two years running Reole is cutting vinyl to prepare Ruftone to defend his title this year at the O2 in Greenwich. Mainland In March 2013, Reole unleashed his first album Ya […]

Taylor Swift on her new album: ‘It’s my favourite thing I’ve ever created’

Country-pop superstar Taylor Swift has revealed that her forthcoming new album is one of the most exciting projects she has ever worked on and she can’t wait to share it with her fans.  More on Pressparty   During a press conference in Asia for her ‘Red’ tour, the beauty explained that she will have more time to tweak it once this latest run of dates has come to an end and she’s really looking forward to getting back to it: “I’ve already been working very hard on it and it’s already my favourite thing that I’ve ever created. So the idea that after Asia, I get to go back and finish everything and get everything completely done and wrapped up for a new project, it’s very exciting.”  The ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ superstar recently opened up about her sense of style and confessed that she loves to wear her trademark red lipstick because she believes that her face looks better with it: “I’ll go through different phases with makeup and always try new things. Except I never really get too far from red lipstick, do I? I don’t have an excessive amount (of red lipstick)! I just find one I like and […]