Post-COVID Music With A Touch Of Pop-Punk: ‘Dead Summer’ EP
Dead Hendrix & Levi Zadoff will make you addicted to the Pop-Punk sound again. Through their five-track EP ‘Dead Summer,’ these artists use the pandemic as inspiration to turn feelings of loss into genuine songwriting and hard-edged melodies.
If you can’t find a way to let off some steam, I would highly recommend listening to such awesome production immediately. For this purpose, keep your ears open and drift away with rebellious and straightforward lyrics that are totally relatable.
Beyond that, passionate vocals tell intimate moments about personal experiences and challenging situations to deal with. Musically speaking, they have the ability to highlight pain and frustration by exerting a strong conviction.
Of course, everything is accompanied by intense emotions and explosive energy. Hit the play button below.
What’s more, the ‘Dead Summer’ EP serves as a reflection on our suffering at the hands of COVID. In fact, both talents showcase true storytelling, which translates into more authenticity.
Whether or not you’re in an introspective mood, you’ll love tracks like “Alone” or “Can’t Be God.” Plus, the use of irony reaches its maximum splendor with the opening tune “Don’t Think It Could Get Much Better.”
Likewise, there’s also an experimental approach behind the whole concept of this brilliant material. At the end of the day, the ‘Dead Summer’ EP is a testament to the success that lies ahead for them.
Check Out Zachary Campos’ New Video From ‘The Prophet’ Album
Are you looking for fresh music that not only tells a compelling story but also delves into themes of love, heartbreak, and purpose? Look no further than ‘The Prophet’ album by Indie Rock artist Zachary Campos.
The 10-track material revolves around the fictional narrative of a prophet named Jeremiah who is sent to San Francisco by God to warn people about the apocalypse. But, his mission is derailed when he can’t resist the temptation of falling in love.
In order to find his goals, Jeremiah must confront his inner demons and overcome the obstacles.
Additionally, this album draws inspiration from the classic book ‘The Prophet’ by Khalil Gibran and features song titles named after its chapters. Nevertheless, ‘The Prophet’ also serves as a metaphor for the artist’s tumultuous past relationship.
In my opinion, there’s no denying that “Pain” is among the top tunes in this record. You will experience the steady and repetitive rhythm of drums, while his verses tell you how his chaotic drama started.
Most importantly, the frenetic and rebellious nature of his sound is due in large part to his collaboration with Josh Zuckermann and Tim J Abbott. Both producers bring their own perspectives to the table by delivering raw punkish energy.
What’s more, Zachary Campos achieves a lot for his visuals on a low budget, using a straightforward concept and a modest shooting location. Although it’s true creating chart-topping hits takes effort, today his art stands out due to its introspective tone.
In short, he writes compositions you can relate to.
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Pepé Willie’s Captivating Memoir Gives Insight And Inspiration
Pepé Willie has spent six decades in the music industry solidifying himself as the Godfather of the Minneapolis Sound. Most popularly known for his work as Prince’s first producer, Willie’s influence in the music industry reaches far deeper and wider than his Minnesota roots. His new memoir, “If You See Me: My Six Decade Journey in Rock and Roll.”, is filled with insightful views of the music industry and the amazing personal stories that have helped define Pepé Willie as an icon.
From Brooklyn Beginnings to the Music of Minneapolis
Pepé Willie has been immersed in music from an early age. With a family as deep in the music industry as Willie’s, it can be said that music was in his blood. At 15 he began working backstage at the Brooklyn Paramount Theater where he learned the ins and outs of the industry firsthand from artists like Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and Little Anthony and the Imperials. He began working on his music during this time.
Willie later moved to Minneapolis where he began the journey of creating his first demo. It was at this time that Pepé Willie started working with his wife’s cousin, Prince. He mentored the young guitar player and invited him to record with his group, 94 East. The rest, they say, is music history.
After decades of influence in the music industry as a producer, songwriter, and musician Pepé Willie started his own company Pepé Music Inc and his label, Reo Deo. His memoir, “If You See Me: My Six Decade Journey in Rock and Roll.”, is his latest legendary contribution to the music industry.
A Memoir of More than Memories
While “If You See Me: My Six Decade Journey in Rock and Roll,” is filled with six decades worth of stories and anecdotes featuring a never-ending list of legends of the music industry, it is Pepé’s insights and interjections that make the book so special.
Willie’s memoir is filled with insightful looks into the music industry. Throughout the memoir, Willie provides context for the evolution of the industry and the part he played in each step. Not only does he look back at six decades in music, but he looks forward to the future and provides his thoughts on where the music industry is headed. His account is a roadmap for any young musician looking to make it.
“If You See Me: My Six Decade Journey in Rock and Roll” is a beautiful and inspiring tome for those who want to know the ins and outs of the music industry. From the creative process of making music to the business savvy required to make it profitable, Pepé Willie covers it all. The memoir is filled with valuable insight into the industry with captivating stories of hard work, dedication, and inspiration woven throughout the pages from cover to cover.
“If You See Me: My Six Decade Journey in Rock and Roll” is published by the Minnesota Historical Society Press and is available wherever books are sold.
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Zachary Campos Addresses Depression In New Song “Uninhibited”
Zachary Campos has just released “Uninhibited,” a head-bobbing song that tackles difficult themes such as depression, sadness, and hopelessness. Finding the inner strength to be the person you are meant to be is the message he hopes listeners take away from this jam.
After several months, the long wait for his ‘Mandela Zen’ EP is over. Of course, the 5-track collection material includes “Uninhibited,” which was created during a time of uncertainty and self-doubt.
Certainly, this composition conveys the struggles and challenges faced by many, but also the resilience and determination to overcome them. It’s remarkable the way he executes his flow with a vocal range similar to his idols, Rakim and Johnny Cash.
According to Zachary, this is the best tune he has ever written in years, and it’s sure to resonate with music enthusiasts of all ages. Moreover, the rising talent from San Jose, California blends for the very first time smooth Indie Rock instrumentals with rhymes and raps.
As a matter of fact, “Uninhibited” is the beginning of his promising career now that he has adopted his authentic name and shed the former pseudonym of Mr. Johnny Ba$h.
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