Freshly premiered on Earmilk, I.O.U. is back with a set of visuals to accompany their latest single “Greatest Time Of My Life” off their debut album “The Soul & The Intellect”! Press play on the video above, and read below what Earmilk had to say about Buck and Izee’s new single, which is available on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon Mp3:
Laidback Buck and Methodical Izee, the wildest Jersey boys continue to gain positive momentum in the rap game with their debut album, The Soul & The Intellect. Andrew Bucker and Isaiah McNeil formed, Inside Our Universe at Rutgers University back in 2010 with the college anthem, “Rutgers State of Mind”!
The boys are back with stunning visuals for their 2nd single off the debut album, “Greatest Time Of My Life” directed by Jean Isaacs. The video portrays the group’s refined pop/hip-hop sounds that eclipse the standard radio poppy rap. The lyricism of the single serves as a reminder that is it important to be present with reality and appreciate things as they are. This record was produced with an uplifting beat that compliments the motivational lyrics that is best served on a summery night with a glass on the rocks. The spirited and up-tempo record will fuel any night of ratchet partying and oddly instill the passion to pursue your dreams!
The entire album is self-produced and released via the independent label, Radikal Records.
Earmilk premieres Bimbo Jones & Beverley Knight’s “I Found Out” the first single off the boys’ forthcoming album”Go Naked.” Here’s what they had to say about the release:
London’s own Marc JB and Lee Dagger have teamed up again together as Bimbo Jones for a release that shows the diversity in their own tastes and backgrounds. “I Found Out” is a funky, vintage sounding house track led by the vocals of Beverley Knight that bring out some serious nostalgia taking us back to the days of the birth of millennial dance music.
Purchase the single on Beatport today here and check out the exclusive remixes by Ravi B., Killerpunkers and Funky Junction, Sebastian Carter, The Control Freakz, and the Bimbo Jones Mardi Gras remix!
Our friends at Earmilk just featured DJ Prime’s latest single “Big Room Bass” and it’s remixes. Earmilk praises the track and it’s remixes, remarking the track “will take you through some viagria highs and lows all while keeping you moving.” We can’t wait to see what will happen with DJ Prime next. Check out the feature on Earmilk here. Roll out! Read more…
The great people at Earmilk have featured Ayah again, and this time it’s for her new video for “Beg Borrow Steal.” One comment Earmilk made regarding the vocals and video content: “Her breathy, and solidly rooted vocals soar above the beat as the music video shows what could lead to misery and chaos, official canadian pharmacy but in the end the random events, and troubled love stories reconnect in a surprising and ultimately satisfying way.” You’ll just have to watch the video to see what happens. Check it out below, and read the rest of Earmilk’s feature here. Read more…
Ayah Marar is once again featured in Earmilk, who previously featured Ayah in their influencer’s series. Now, Earmilk has got the latest video for “Lethal Dose” posted up on their website. Earmilk regard the video as “a vulnerable and exposed version of the Jordanian beauty we’ve never seen before.” They say that Ayah has “found an organic balance between the world of the underground and mainstream, while effortlessly staying afloat in a male dominated industry.” We are just as stoked as they are to release her debut album The Real this summer! Check out the video for “Lethal Dose” below, and check out the original earmilk post here. Read more…
In the latest installment of Earmilk‘s “Wobble Wednesday,” they featured the latest single from the Wideboys “Addicted 2 The Bass.” Earmilk decided to featured the Tantrum Desire drum and bass remix. A Good choice! Earmilk call “Addicted 2 The Bass” a “Banger” and the drum & bass remix provided by Tantrum Desire perfectly complements the track with a pulse-raising D&B backdrop. Don’t get too addicted to this one. You can check out the “Wobble Wednesday” post here. Check out Tantrum Desire’s remix below.
Slop Rock And Whiskey Pete’s “Super Dope” is making the rounds on the internet, and it’s Gigi Barocco remix has been getting a lot of attention. With that said, Hype Machine got the track up for stream and we couldn’t be more excited. We expect the Hype Machine entries to pile up in the coming weeks! If you haven’t checked out this track, check it out below. You can also check out the original entry here.
Slop Rock And Whiskey Pete’s “Super Dope” is also available for stream/purchase now:
Music blog, Earmilk recently did collaborative feature with Ayah Marar as part of their “Influencer Series.” For this series, Ayah Marar puts together a playlist with 10 of her top songs at the moment and what is currently influencing her music.
“I wanted to give as much of a full spectrum of what is tickling my fancy at the moment musically. Gorgon City are doing some wonderful things and always good for a bubble. Then I had to throw in some of my favourite MCs of the moment, P MONEY, BUGGSY, GATS and MARGER all coming with some fierce business here. From the harder Dubstep vibe to the downright old school hiphop vibe of Mr Smooth, something to cover all bases! The representing the harder side of Dubstep, a couple of guys that I learned about through REEPS ONE, EPTIC and BROKENNOTE absolutely ridiculously dark deliciousness, right up my street. Finishing off with the massive MIZUKI remix of my next single, what a don, and finally the laid back sounds of the DESTRO, bringing the trap sexiness.”
Earmilk is a music blog that “delivers music to the masses”. Since it’s beginnings, the site has been on the forefront of breaking up-and-coming artists in Electro, Indie, Dubstep, House, Reggae, Rap, and Experimental. Each week Earmilk delivers “Night Rumours”, a collection of their favorite EDM track. “Night Rumours – It’s what keeps you up at night. From the basement to the bright lights – you’re here today because you love dance music and want a little more wamp. Hitting Electro, EDM, Techno and back — every week, Amperror (aka electblake) will bring you the next wave of floor burners. It’s not a sundae, it’s a massacre.”
Week 13 featured the seductive vocals of Nadia Ali on Try. The Thomas Gold edit off the Try Remixes took the internet by storm. Click here for the original article and set list – which includes Hardwell, Skrillex, Benny Benassi, Boyz Noize, Diplo and more!
Earmilk is a music blog that “delivers music to the masses”. Since it’s beginnings, the site has been on the forefront of breaking up-and-coming artists in Electro, Indie, Dubstep, House, Reggae, Rap, and Experimental. Each week Earmilk delivers “Suicide Sundae”, a collection of their favorite songs of the week. “Suicide Sundaes – stop your grinnin’ and drop your linen. Every Sunday, electblake of Earmilk will bring you the weeks dirty servings, and some old favorites through a throwdown-throwback to simpler times.”
Week 83 features the contagious Rocket Pimp remix of Bombs Away’s Swagger. Click here for the original article and set list – which includes Justice, The Toxic Avenger, and Marty Lake. You can also check out addition remixes of Swaggerfrom Dave Winnel, The Only, and Mind Electric.