The US hip-hop artist Juan da god is finalising details for the LP Back From Vacay.
Juan da god
A couple of tracks have surfaced from the album – Check and Empire. Pieces with demonstrate the contemplation and insight of Juan da god, who is able to deliver songs that have an articulation and purposefulness that makes for an impressive presence.
Having had the opportunity to listen to a few more numbers from Back From Vacay, this will be an LP worth getting hold of when it surfaces.
The German indietronic trio BEATNIKBOY were introduced in 2014.
BEATNIKBOY – Empire – artwork
At that stage the LP Empire was anticipated for release in 2015, after a slight delay the album surfaced earlier this year.
The penultimate of the six tracks – My Ways – is just over three minutes of crystallised synth and pithy drum, combining with scattered guitars, overlayed by calmly paced vocal providing the listener with a song that can’t help but leave a smile and a limbered up body.
A one third change up in line-up finds Kristi Bury being replaced by Paul McCrudden on Bass. A new LP Anti-Social Network is planned for release in February 2016. With some joy a track from the album – Empire – will be released as part of a one track plus four remix single on the 27th of November.
Empire demands a volume adjustment, along with a bass setting to rattle the walls. This is so dark you can feel the whips flaying in the S&M dungeon.
A beguiling synth pours mist into the room accompanied by pulsing beat and guitar which finds the hidden corners. The highlight is the grinding vocal which tempts the audience with its brooding flirtation. Given my predilection, as you know, for bass, which is also given plenty of scope within the track, you can rest assured the voice is something special.