Vivian delivered her Flowers EP in November 2015 but has been relatively quiet since then. In the recent months she’s had stints at Gaia’s Garden in both Atlanta and Los Angeles. The Gaia’s Garden Atlanta footage features “Drink” and “For a Father” presented live by Vivian and an accompanying band. Give them a listen and check out her Youtube
We introduced Olive White the other day with the premiere of our new app. In that post, we presented Remember When I Met You?, the duo’s newest album. Today, we’re back with more music from Brandon and Justin. This time, we have an exclusive offering by the name of “Can’t Love Robot”. This single is an
Somewhere in Atlanta there’s a 23-year-old marketing professional. Somewhere in Atlanta that person has a knack for showcasing her ideas from a creative point of view through media. Her name is, Joycelynn Okezie. Starting out as a YouTube partner at age 15 in 2008, Okezie was exposed to the music industry early on at a pivotal
A month ago, Brandon Hines and Justin Pommer released a new sound from Los Angeles that is slowly picking up steam. Collectively, these men are Olive White and their project is called, Remember When I Met You? The project offers ten original tracks that may be classified as pop, R&B, electronic or even alternative. Karen Civil, Boi-1da
TDE and their affiliates are thriving to say the least. If they aren’t, they will be soon. A good amount of collaborators, artists and producers alike, have been getting more attention and releasing their own creations. The greater part of that is the point that they are getting more attention and gaining fans in the
Soundcloud is a wonderful place at times and today was one of those moments. I ran across EP1 from Johnny Rain and felt it appropriate to share the findings. Rain is a portion of a Los Angeles collective, Odd Dream Republic. Suiting that the group’s name would encompass dreaming so why not include them, right?
G.O.O.D. Fridays have returned! Despite “Facts” being hands down the worst thing I’ve heard from Kanye ever, one of the greatest artists of our generation has resurfaced. Not only does Kanye give us something worth listening to but he also reignites the roll-out campaign from 2010, G.O.O.D. Fridays. In his first installment, Mr. West links