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Ric Wilson & Terrace Martin “Don’t Kill The Wave”

Ric Wilson and Terrance Martin have released visuals for their latest single "Don't Kill The Wave".

The track is taken from their recently release album, They Call Me Disco, and the video was directed by A Solo Vision.

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Sen Morimoto "Woof"

Multi-Instrumentalist Sen Morimoto has released the first single, "Woof", from his forthcoming self-titled album which is due out on October 23rd via Sooper Records. The album will feature contributions from Kaina, Lala Lala, Qari, NNAMDÏ, Kara Jackson, AAAMYYY, and Joseph Chilliams.

"Woof" is accompanied by the New Trash directed video below.

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Manny 10x "Warp Speed"

North Side rapper Manny 10x has released the first single, "Warp Speed" from his forthcoming debut mixtape, Revolutionary!, which is due out later this summer via Rosebud Allday.

This mixtape is the result Manny spending a year in prison, for defending himself, where he primarily read and wrote and rekindled his passion for music. Shortly after being released he was put in touch with Jsun Rose of Rosebud Allday, and quickly composed his debut mixtape.

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Joshua Virtue and Malci

Joshua Virtue and Malci have teamed up to release a new album called "JV + MALCI EP". This comes via Why Records from two of it's founding members and is filled essential basement rap over creative beats.

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Kydd Jones Drops New Single “Goblin”

 Austin’s own song-writer, producer and MC, Randell “Kydd” Jones, is making history with new hip-hop, neo-protest song “Goblin”. While most musicians are scratching their heads in response to the screeching halt of live music, Jones pushes forward and refuses to let anything slow the progression of Black music in Austin.

Jones starts “Goblin” off by asking, "Yall want to be civil or want civil war?" Written and recorded as a form of therapy after attending a civil rights protest, the track directly addresses the unjust killing of George Floyd in the first verse. The self-produced beat carried by it's soothing vocal pads and throw-back shuffle groove, is a perfect landscape for the MC’s stark rhymes.

 

Kydd Jones started rapping with his brother (Tank Washington) as a teen, going on to perform at clubs like Victory Grill, a historical Black Music Bar/Venue in East Austin, while still attending high school. “Sometimes when I was younger, it felt like a struggle just to make people outside the hiphop community […] care about what we were doing,” remembers Jones. More recently, the MC performed as part of the first all-Black artist line-up of Austin’s Blues On The Green, aptly renamed to “Blues On The Screen” due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

 

In the current dystopian state of Austin, “Goblin” is the introspective, fever dream anthem we didn’t know we needed in 2020. “It was just an organic experience of recording the track and releasing it immediately the next morning without any kind of real rollout,” says Jones, concerning the streamlined production of “Goblin”. Regarding goals for the rest of the year, Jones states “My plan is honestly just to take care of my family and make music that inspires me.”


 

- Chris Lopez

 

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