A few months ago, Otayo Dubb got his labelmate, Bam, to jump on a track called “A Lil More” and released an MV for the single. If you haven’t heard the song in a while, here’s a new reason to give it a listen as they’ve dropped an official remix via the Digital Martyrs. It’s […]Read More Listen to the Remix of the Bambu Assisted “A Lil More” by Otayo Dubb
By now, you should know how Kickstarter works. Paul J. Kim, whom we haven’t really heard from in a while, has stepped off the tour trail and is in works for a new album. Of course, that takes time and resources, the latter in particular for which he is in want. He’s looking to you, […]Read More Paul J. Kim Launches Kickstarter Campaign for a New Album
We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Kollaboration San Francisco and want to make sure that all of our readers in that area know that their show is taking place this weekend, Saturday the 8th! Acts like Monsters Calling Home and Jayne Rio are looking to take home the crown this year, and there […]Read More Reminder to SF Bay Area: Kollaboration SF is This Saturday – 9/8!
WIth the help of KidHeroes x Xylophone Films, reggae band Native Elements have dropped the music video for their song “Bigger They Come”. The group uses the visual as an opportunity to tell a martial arts story not unlike the films of the 80’s and 90’s. Sure it’s a little cartoony, but that’s part of the campy […]Read More Native Elements Release MV for “Bigger They Come”