Alba Shares Endearing New Single, ‘Sister’

After kicking off 2020 with the release of ‘Mass Extinction’ and playing a sold-out fest with Extinction Rebellion to raise funds to combat climate change, ALBA is back in a post-lockdown world with her new single, ‘Sister’.

Speaking of her latest effort, the Tenerife singer and guitarist says: “Sister is an introspective song about reconciliation between sisters. I believe that sibling love is not something many tunes touch upon nowadays, however in these unprecedented times where quarantines and distance are putting us to the test, having healthy family relationships is key for mental health and happiness. Recognising one’s mistakes can be hard at times but we should always strive to make things better.”

ALBA has made her way into the UK music scene armed with her smoky, soulful vocals, virtuoso guitar skills and captivating live performances. The songstress uses her music to make a difference and raise awareness about social and environmental issues, speaking up as a feminist and a climate activist.

Produced by James Sanger (Dido, Keane, U2), ‘Sister’ will be accompanied by a music video, filmed in Paris by up and coming Ivorian/French video creator Giles Ambo.

Have a listen to ALBA’s stunning single, out now on all downloads and streaming sites…

Song of the Day: No Speaking – Juice Menace

Continuing to make serious waves whilst only a few singles deep, Cardiff-hailing rapper JUICE MENACE unveils her latest track ‘No Speaking’.

With a self-assured and assertive 2020 so far that’s seen an impressive run of singles, the young rapper ups the ante once again on this up-tempo, quintessentially drill production. Complete with all the bass, bounce and flex, Juice shows off her rap dexterity, delivering sharp lyricism, mean flow and an unwavering aggressiveness as she is boastful about being about her business.

Involved in multiple aspects of her craft, Juice developed the treatment of the video herself and ‘No Speaking’ positions her not only as a talented creative but also a leader of an artist with the confidence and demeanour to reach the upper echelons.

Check out the official video for Juice’s ‘No Speaking’ below…

Griff/Scorcese Pays ‘Ode To Lo Camp’ In New Video

GRIFF (pictured left) &SCORCESE drop the first official video for track ‘Ode To Lo Camp’, taken from their second album, ‘Midnight Express’.

Over Jason Griff’s infectious, vaudevillian-esque piano loop and booming drums, rappers Scorcese Lorde Jones & Alaska (Atoms Family/Hanger 13) along with DJ Chong Wizards scratches, crafted their own love letter to one of Hip-Hop’s most iconic groups, the incomparable Camp Lo.

Midnight Express is available NOW on all streaming platforms…check out the video for ‘Ode to Camp Lo’ below…

Listen To Terreur Nocturne’s New Joint ‘Nécropole’ ft. OstiOne

New single from the group with the legendary OstiOne from the K6A collective as guest. Big dark beat with a trap flavor and obscure poetry raising a morbid cynicism specific to this deeply Phonk project.

TERREUR NOCTURNE is a Quebec rap duo made up of Mc Phylis (Mc Phylis and Maxime Robin, Arvida Crew) and BeatMaker-rapper Max T (Trunk 25, Token of Hate).

The project aims to be a spiritual hip-hop journey in which the two rappers exhibit a deep sense of cynicism, disgust and revenge without ever taking themselves seriously. It’s not Horror Core, nor Trap strictly speaking, it’s just rap made by two disillusioned thirty-something and a little bored of making art to entertain the plebs. All highlighted against a trap-vintage sound background: 90’s south rap, brag rap, vintage sampling, horror, old school video games, dragon dungeon, mysticism.

For the real music lovers, it’s good québ rap more nested, more underground which puts more on the tech, the flow and the darks beats.

Discover the more ofTerreur Nocturnes’ previous music on: http://squashcomp.ca/artist/terreur-nocturne/