Freedom Fry - 'Friends And Enemies' [Track of the Day]
A French girl, Marie Seyrat and an American boy, Bruce Driscoll make up the LA-based duo, Freedom Fry. With a band name using a play on words, this duo is serious about creatively showcasing their music project beyond what you hear.
After releasing a western-influenced EP, Outlaws, Freedom Fry aim to give their fans a fresh set of tracks on their latest EP, Friends And Enemies, which is set to be digitally released on April 2nd. The first single of the same name proves to be a winner of minimal, simplistic pleasure.
Chicago hip-hop collective SAVEMONEY keeps cranking out great tracks. Emcee Kami de Chukwu has jumped on the production from collective partner Joey Purp's 'Don't 'Stop - with its looping flute hook, organs, and tight beat - throwing his own verses on top of it. The result is a relentless, intense, and inspired missive about the violence the rapper sees on his streets. [read more]
There's a whole lot going on Mesita's new single 'XYXY'. Mesita, aka Colorado musician James Cooley, manages to fuse driving drum loops, aggressive bass synths, bold melodious vocal hooks and the sensitive subject matter of growing up as a closeted homosexual. Luckily the result is a hugely engaging and original release. [read more]
Listen to 'Stranger' by Arrange and stream the album Their Bodies In The Fog. [read more]