Emily Curtis’ New Single “Battleshade”

Charleston SC based musician, Emily Curtis has released her new soul pop single “Battleshade” off her upcoming EP titled “Hindsight” coming out Nov. 10. Check out the single here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWlC3QngsY8 The video, directed by Chris Viera, scenes flash between the many sides that comprise a woman: insecurity, comparison, liberation, frustration, confidence and beauty. The lyrics … Continue reading Emily Curtis’ New Single “Battleshade”

JREAMS Releases New Music Video for “Seoul” [Enter the Venture Premiere]

In anticipation of the upcoming JREAMS album “Letters To Jupiter” coming out Oct. 20, Enter the Venture is proud to present the world premiere the third single/video from the Austin, Texas producer. Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hNnhQMbI60&feature=youtu.be “Seoul” looks into the city of Seoul from its bustling streets, trains, and marketplaces and captures a … Continue reading JREAMS Releases New Music Video for “Seoul” [Enter the Venture Premiere]

Easy Star All-Stars Concert Review

The Echoplex welcomed reggae bands The Elovators, The Late Ones, and Easy Star All-Stars on Memorial Day 2017 as the three bands embark on their West Coast Tour. Opening the show was The Elovators from Boston, Massachusetts, who brought the beach sounds from the east coast to this side of the country on their first … Continue reading Easy Star All-Stars Concert Review

Substance Abuse – New Album Release

Los Angeles-formed Hip-Hop duo Substance Abuse consisting of emcees Subz and Eso Tre have gone back and remixed their sophomore album “Background Music” that re-imagines the critically acclaimed work. Check out the track “Don’t Get Us Wrong feat. Tash (Remix)” off the EP “Background Music: The Redux” here: https://soundcloud.com/esotre/dont-get-us-wrong-feat-tash-remix Eso said the album refers to … Continue reading Substance Abuse – New Album Release

Maryama – Song Review

Iranian American Maryama has released a new hypnotic music video for her recently released track “Where The Mermaids Are.” Derived from a fusion of Jazz and Persian influences, check out the song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG3RlZZjFnQ The song slowly draws the listener in with a minimalistic approach utilizing tribal elements that convey the calmness of an empty … Continue reading Maryama – Song Review