Italy-native multi genre musician and producer WHYNE recently released the dance-pop ballad “Anyway I Miss You” featuring LYNX and Joey Law. Enter the Venture spoke with this up and rising star about his music, challenges he has faced, and his latest musical collaboration. Listen to the song here: https://open.spotify.com/album/3mRKy7NHkUM9U3OrNn1L1N WHYNE’s musical journey began at age … Continue reading Artist Interview – WHYNE
Nocturnal Omissions is a one-man solo electronic project whose music has been largely unknown for too long. Originally releasing albums as Soundcloud exclusives, a deal was inked to re-release their internet-only albums to be available on all streaming services. One of those albums, “Divine Atrocities,” released in 2006, has been remastered and is now available … Continue reading Nocturnal Omissions’ “Divine Atrocities” is a Blast from the Past
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New York-based alternative hip-hop artist Manchado has released his latest video “Wild Child,” the finale of a three-part video series. Check out the song below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wi2e5AVtgXM Manchado is a DIY producer/dancer/singer who moved to New York from Bogota, Columbia, at age 18 by himself to pursue his passion in music. The alternative Hip Hop artist has finished … Continue reading Manchado – New Video Release
Hong Kong-born musician, producer, and songwriter, Cameron Williamson, aka zenxienz, has released his second full-length album for 2017 titled “Brainforest” on August 4. Listen to the album on Bandcamp here: The opening track “Insignia” is a full burst instrumental rife with colorful sounds that mix both electronic and tribal-sounding drums, enchanting piano and an … Continue reading zenxienz – Album Review