New Year Ninety 2015 – 20 to 11

Entering the thick end of the New Year Ninety Chart for 2015 – from 20 – 11.

Emerging Indie Bands

Emerging Indie Bands

20. Krishnas Temple Rock (India)

19. Forwardman (Finland)

Houses – Single – Forwardman is available on iTunes.*

18. Hollowood (Brazil)

17. CrashDollz (USA)

CrashDollz – CrashDollz is available on iTunes.*

16. Young Rising Sons (USA)

Young Rising Sons – EP – Young Rising Sons is available on iTunes.*

15. Still Rhyming (India)

14. Loco Hot (Israel)

לא כוחות – Loco Hot is available on iTunes.*

13. Young Lungs (Brazil)

12. The Eternal Spirit (Germany)

Marie / You – EP – The Eternal Spirit is available on iTunes.*

11. The Blue Collars (England)

Happy Pills – Single – The Blue Collars is avaialble on iTunes.*

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Band of the Month – April 2014 – Readers’ Choice

Reflective of the eclectic tastes and diverse locations of the readers of the sites, this months Readers’ Choice for Band of the month is a hip-hop duo from India.

Still Rhyming - band of the month

Still Rhyming

The messages of reconciliation and peace shine through all the work of Still Rhyming.

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Still Rhyming

Still Rhyming is the hip-hop duo of Doak 17 and Rhymez Disguised from Dimapur in India.

Still Rhyming - hip hop from India

Still Rhyming

There is a subtle sound that Still Rhyming deliver, which is something of a surprise given the genre and it is the melodic compositions that mark out the duo as well worth spending time to get to know.


The lyrics, whilst reflective of injustices, are equally inclusive and looking for a path through the conundrums of life. This thoughtful process allows Still Rhyming to create music which has a strangely calming effect and is far from typical of hip-hop, perhaps chill-zone rap would be a better genre definition.

Whilst predominately deploying looped beats, as to be anticipated, the duo also introduce on some tracks the sounds of piano, which demonstrate their desire and ability to scope new ground within the style and it works particularly well.

In a sector of music that I normally find difficulty in engaging, I am looking forward to hearing far more by Still Rhyming in the future.

 

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