Sending over a big thank you to our friends over at WSNX Club 104.5 for spinning Bimbo Jones & Beverly Knight’s “I Found Out!” You can listen to the whole set below, and be sure to download your copy of the track here!
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Madame Freak’s “Ride It (Simone Bresciani Remix)” has been featured on JamSpreader.com! Here’s what they had to say:
“Let your freak flag fly with Madame Freak‘s new track, “Ride It (Simone Bresciani Remix)” via Radikal Records! The electro-house tune is blended to perfection with Freak’s jazzy, soulful voice, and will have you on your feet in no time. Madame Freak, AKA Jessi Teich, is an award-winning songwriter and Berklee grad, and certainly proved her worth with the song’s simplistic, but undeniably catchy chorus of the easy-to-remember: “do do do do do do do…” Oh, and did we mention that there’s an accordion involved? Check out the track for yourself below and try not to dance, we dare you!”
Bimbo Jones & Beverly Knight’s banger, “I Found Out (Looney B Remix)” has been featured on Boat Shoes and Beats! Here’s what the dapper gentlemen over there had to say:
“The intro to this song is unreal ! Looney B’s remix to ‘I Found Out’ is a real party-starter and will have you up on your feet. I am a sucker for uplifting synths and this progressive house remix has them….ENJOY!”
Sending over a big thank you to our friends over at FreshNewTracks.com for featuring Salt Ashes “Somebody (Cruelty Remix)!” Here’s what they had to say:
“Last week I featured Satin Jackets’ latest remix of Salt Ashes’ “Somebody,” a nu-disco rendition of the synth-pop record, well this week having that tune on repeat on my SoundCloud, I couldn’t help but love the Cruelty remix of “Somebody” as well, which adds a funky touch to the original. I know I’m a month late with this one, but this track is by far underrated, and with the current exposure “Somebody” is getting, there’s no doubt this record deserves a revisit and a feature! This is a must listen and a must download!”
Buck and Izee who make up Inside Our Universe, long for I.O.U., recently sat down with iMovieLive to discuss their debut album “The Soul & The Intellect,” the reason as to why they chose “Other Side Of Fear” as their lead single, what inspires them and much more! The album is available for purchase on iTunes, and you can read below an excerpt of the interview and read the entire article here.
Why did you select this song as your current single?
One of our main goals as a group is to inspire whoever we can, however we can. We feel ‘Other Side Of Fear’ does just that. The message is simple “Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.” People can truly do whatever they desire to do, they just have to lay down their fears, and they’ll pretty much end up having the greatest time of their life doing so.
How does this single relate to the rest of the Album?
Well, the album as a whole represents the unique aspects of who we are as individuals, thus naming it “The Soul & The Intellect”. Yet there are some gems within the album that we’ve been able to mold together our voices. This single is one of many that shows our ability to mesh together The Soul and The Intellects style of music.
What was the writing process for the song?
It was a very simple process. While in college Izee created the music. Buck, not being in college, went over to his apartment and heard it. Then over the course of one week, Buck and Izee wrote and recorded the entire record.
DJ Ron from Notable Dance featured Bimbo Jones & Beverley Knight’s “I Found Out” as song of the day, and also gave a stellar review for their just released album “Go Naked” which features Kristin W, Ida Corr, Sergio Mendes and many more! The album is currently up on Beatport and iTunes for purchase so make sure you get that today! You can read an excerpt of what Notable Dance had to say about the single and album below, and make sure you check out the rest of the article here:
“….Joining the previously released “Everything That I Got” (with Kristine W) and “See U Later/Questions” (with Ida Corr), “I Found Out” highlights the focus of their album – classically talented and big voices singing full-on songs over electro – something which is actually quite rare in the genre. With additional songs by Angie Brown, Blake Lewis, Debra Andrews, Sergio Mendes, and four powerhouse workouts by Katherine Ellis, ‘Go Naked’ is a must have for any lover of vocal dance music.”
Our friends at Dancing Astronaut featured and reviewed Satin Jackets’ nu-disco remix of Salt Ashes’ debut single “Somebody.” Read what they had to say below:
The brainchild of German production talent Tim Bernhardt and his friend Den Ishu, Satin Jackets have established themselves as tentpoles in the indie dance discussion. Furthering their influence in the lower BPM range, their latest groove-driven output comes in remix form, this time reworking Salt Ashes “Somebody.” The debut single from 22-year old Veiga Sanchez, “Somebody” is defined by the Brit songbird’s evocative wails, vocals that are effortlessly juxtaposed by The Jackets lush padwork and tinsel-coated piano rolls. A summer sunset in sonic form, Satin Jackets once again deliver on their now patented indietronic tendencies.
Stream the remix below, and purchase it today on iTunes!
Madame Freak has just released the remix package for her infectious number “Ride It” officially released on Radikal Records, with remixes by Funk Generation-H3dRush, Timofey & Ean Sugarman, and Simone Bresciani. Purchase the package today to hear Simone Bresciani of Italy’s electro-house track infused with soulful, jazzy vocals and French accordion, Timofey & Ean Sugarman’s infused track reminiscent of Jamiroquai and Mig & Rizzo of Funk Generation H3drush’s heat pumping, pulsating dance track with a dash of dub-step.
Read Madame Freak’s bio below, and purchase the remix pack today!
Powerhouse vocalist and award winning songwriter Madame Freak (aka Jessi Teich) is a force to be reckoned with. Her soulful voice exudes strength and wisdom beyond her years. Raised in rural New Jersey on the jazz and blues, Madame Freak began writing her own music at age 8.
Madame Freak attended Berklee College of Music where she has since built a strong jazz fan base throughout the East Coast and parts of Europe. She had the honor of performing for Showtime at the Apollo’s Amateur Night at the age of 20 where she won 2nd place. After moving to Philadelphia, Madame Freak wrote, recorded, performed, and toured building her fan base.
Last year, Madame Freak had a chance meeting with the fiercely talented Laurent Derache Trio while recording a separate project in Paris. They soon after began writing music together, effortlessly moving through the realms of afro-pop, funk, soul, jazz and organic dance music creating Madame Freak & The Funky Fever.
Following the release of their debut album “Follow The Crack” in July, Madame Freak teamed up with Grammy nominated producers Mig & Rizzo to create booty-shakin’ remixes from their original song “Ride It.” With the highly anticipated remix on it’s way Madame Freak also teamed up with Who?Mag to create a fun and colorful video that will be sure to keep you dancing.
Bimbo Jones’ much anticipated album “Go Naked” is scheduled for release Tuesday April 8th! The project includes singles “Everything That I Got” featuring Kristine W and “See You Later” featuring Ida Corr. Other legendary features on the album includes Cyko Logic, Katherine Ellis, Angie Brown and Latin Grammy winner Sergio Mendes. Make sure you purchase the pre-sale on iTunes today here, and stream “I Found Out” with Beverley Knight below.
HotBandGirls had a chance to catch up with Salt Ashes to discuss her sexy music video for her latest release “Somebody,” the inspiration behind her song, and the challenges that come with being a women in the music industry. You can read an excerpt of the interview below, and read the full article here. Make sure you purchase “Somebody” on iTunes today!
-You have just started out in the music scene as Salt Ashes, what is the message you want to convey to the world as an artist?
Right now, I am just sharing pieces of my mind and heart little by little for listeners to take what they want from it. If my music brings any kind of strong emotion out in somebody then I am always winning.
-Did you face any challenges when writing your latest single, “Somebody”?
This was actually one of those ones that came out in an evening…. I did some fine tuning later but the best part of it flew out of me pretty quickly. This definitely doesn’t happen all the time though, that would be a dream. Usually my best writing happens fast for some reason which is annoying when you’ve spent ages pouring blood and tears into a song and then it’s not good at all.