Tagged: electronic

Hippie Sabotage Brings the Bass to Boston

It’s Friday March 2nd as I enter the House of Blues near Boston’s infamous Fenway Park to catch the Hippie Sabotage ‘Path of Righteousness Tour‘. I have heard so much buzz about this tour, so I knew I had to catch them as they came to my hometown. I love the vibes of their music and...

Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 06.05.17

Meh, this was one of those weeks where there wasn’t a whole lot to choose from musically. Not saying these tracks aren’t dope in the least bit, but rather, it was kind of a dull week. It happens. But here at Meltdown Mondays, we always get through it. Yung Cortex – “Silent Screaming” I’m not...

Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 04.24.17

Many chippy lil beats today, welcome! Click Here: ***MELTDOWN MONDAYS*** Lil Hank – “Pupperino” I’m unsure who’s the producer behind the Lil Hank moniker, but Brett Blackman (manager of some big Moving Castle names) is Hank’s owner in real life. As a fellow Pomeranian owner and lover, I am obviously biased to share the musical endeavors...

Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 04.03.17

This is going to be the first nice week here in Boston and the tracks on this week’s Meltdown Mondays will hopefully have you feeling that. Windows down, sunroof open, maybe roll your sleeves up a little. What a long winter it’s been. Enjoy the tunes! diveliner – “I Feel Like Britney” Four words: Addicting....

Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 03.27.17

Meltdown Mondays: the winter melt is in the name 🙂 Cyran Releases 4-Track Miami Wild EP Out Now On Circus Records SAKIMA – “What I Know Now” (Prod. AOBeats) Sakima has been one of the best things that emerged out of late 2016. I love his sound, the producers he chooses to work with, lyrics,...

Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 03.20.17

Hey guys! I’ve got a couple older tracks this week on the list actually, but they should be brand new to your ears and that’s what I love most about Meltdown Mondays – the focus on the new, the weird, and the underground. Sam Gellaitry – “Ceremony” Sam Gellaitry came onto the scene so heavy...