A List of 5 Different Artists For Your Listening Pleasure
Introduction Music is a big part of our lives, it always has been and likely always will be. The emotions we feel from music can vary from piece to piece but ultimately we listen to it for the enjoyment and how it affects us mentally and sometimes physically. If you are anything like me, you are always looking for new music, hence I bring you 10 new artists that you may not have heard about that are worth taking a look at.
Hopsin If you're not a fan of rap you probably won't enjoy this guys music, then again there is no harm in trying. Hopsin calls a lot of people out in his music, which is annoying to some people but others like to agree all the same. Either way, the music he creates is of a good quality, without all the recycled beats and lyrics you hear in most popular rap artist's songs.
The man has no end of talent, being an MC, producer, director, actor, and editor at the same time. You can read more about him on here.
Crypt The music of the future, you might say. Crypt offers you some deep bass and edgy drum beats that are pretty reflective. As with much of today's new music, I recommend good speakers, not because I'm an audiophile but because in truth it does sound much better.
I recommend his song 'Why', but don't take my word for it. Check out his Facebook page, here.
Blackmill If you are in to dubstep, you will probably enjoy Blackmill, but don't expect the same old 'filthy' drops people talk about, it is very much laid back in comparison to the work created by Skrillex and so on.
Put simply, the tracks are easy on the ears but not depressing. There isn't much else to say really, listen and love. You can see more information on the Facebook page, here.
Millencolin I thought I had to add some alternative music aside from the electronic artists that I have listed so far. Millencolin goes way back to my childhood and was a big part of music for many years of my life. Class them as skate, punk or rock and roll (whichever floats your boat) but whatever it is, it's worth listening to.
You might recognise the name fro their inclusion in the Tony Hawks games or Dave Mirra, maybe elsewhere. If you are in to Sum 41, Blink 182 and so on then definitely have a look. You can view their website, here.
You could have probably guessed I would end on more electronic music, it makes up about 80% of my listening these days. Volor Flex I discovered whilst on one of my many YouTube trawls. It is hard to describe the music, so I can only tell you to go and listen.
The Russian artist puts out some pretty deep and meaningful tracks, with deep bass and scratchy vinyl sounds characterising much of his album 'Tramp'. Try listening to the track 'Goodbye' by Volor Flex. You might find more information on his Facebook page.