An Aspiring Artist here purely to Inspire Inspiration. Entrancing rhythms will keep you locked in, and memorable melodies will never get out of your head. Circa 2006 Without A Chord was established and from that day forward has embarked on a quest to successfully complete an electric symphonic performance. As A Catalyst in the Progressive Music Movement, to Infinite and the next Aleph!
Without A Chord is a Trip-h0p artist with a musical background in piano, and vocals. Even though the vocals aren't utilized and most tracks are instrumentals because Without A Chord feels that music is beautiful in and of itself, and feels lyrics make one tend to think about what is being said during a song. When the song itself can have its own story for you, and not only you but everyone who listens will be told something different. So let music take you on a trip. Let these words cease and you learn the story of Without A Chord through his music.
ZeroX is a Pittsburgh born BASS JUNKIE. Laying down tracks since '03 his music compositions and productions have progressed between many genres until he decided he wanted to continue and focus on the electronic music that started it all. Each song he records has a style based on his current mood and inspiration and varies over a broad range of electronic music. Since 2011 he has been learning, practicing, and producing everyday to improve his skills and perfect his technique. A little taste of things to come was released in April 2012 with his ZeroXxXoreZ EP. Since then he has been working on his upcoming EP ZeroXNatioN featuring what he refers to as "The future sound of badass bass." I've been wanting to release some of the tracks for a few months but I decided that patience and timing are essential for this release. I will soon be dropping some of this new stuff for your listening pleasure so be sure to keep tuned in cause it won't be long now. Thank you all for your continued support as I very much appreciate it.
Leeds based electronic artist Keito has been creating music for over a decade. With tastes varying many genres, this can be heard in his own compositions. His style, an amalgamation of broken beats, lush melodies and compelling atmospheric soundscapes .
The main brain behind the VirusAV project, an audio-visual collective whom also run a popular tech/techno/electro/lounge/chill podcast.
Weed Farmer Radio is the music venue for content and artists associated with the Grow Brothers and the Weed Farmer brand, notably the Top Android Apps Weed Farmer and Weed Farmer Overgrown, along with the newly released Weed Farmer Homegrown for IOS.
Tags: Weedfarmer, Weed Farm House Band, The Adept, Adeptotronic, Brother Franklin
No single form of artistic media can fully express the will of the composer.
Media must be combined with other forms to create a complete expression of the composer.
Composers must acknowledge the inherent sexual and violent elements to all art.
Experimentation is the foundation to all creative endeavors.
All artistic work must challenge societal norms.
WHO IS FRAUSUN?
Performance artist Kurtz Frausun creates his Dark Ambient/Gothic/Industrial music/films and composes experimental videos that utilize religious, historical, horror themes and social issues both on stage and online. He draws inspiration from bands such as Dead Can Dance, Joy Division, Depeche Mode, Death in June and film directors Leni Riefenstahl, Fritz Lang, David Lynch, as well as the literary works of Rumi, Nietzsche, and William S. Burroughs. Unconventional tones are utilized, including screams from a mad house, Latin invocations, classical strings, and ambient chants, with hard beats and noise assault.
“My inspiration is as varied as the elements in our music. A pounding Industrial beat will be mixed with a Call to Prayer and sitars. A blend of the organic and electronic.”
When Frausun takes stage, he brings not only music, with live experimentation and effects, but unique guests: BDSM performers, burlesque dancers, painters, poets, torture and shock talents to make every show a totally unique experience.
“Our shows become Total Environments: Billowing incense, hypnotic videos, subliminal audio/video messages, etc. to draw you into this dark world.”
Life for him has been full of the highest of highs and lowest of lows. Right now he is on a high from which he hopes never to come down. He spent some time incarcerated and had some rough times growing up, but now the youngest member of West Coasta Nostra, the latest Hip Hop group to come out of Seattle says “I’m at my highest right now. Sometimes you have to go through trials and tribulations.”
A dream maker in the form of his older brother began to turn things around for him. Dirty O knows that his brother and Tha Reason Records CEO Jason Terry is the conduit to displaying his talent.
“He’s been making the dreams of a lot of people come true,” he says of Terry. “Lessons learned from a curve ball that life throws you,” he says. “You can’t let the streets
control you,” he adds knowing first hand what the results can be.
One of ten children in his family growing up in Seattle’s Central District, Omaree considers his parents James Johnson and Andrea Cheatham “the hardest working people I know.”
His musical influences are some of the masters in the business - Jimi Hendrix and Quincy Jones. His favorite artists are Too Short, Tupac and NAS. “I like people who talk about something. Give a message. Something that helps me and makes me think.”
He’s adept at several instruments having played trumpet, piano, base and clarinet in high school. Dirty O feels his strengths are his homespun raps and his ability to write beats.
His favorite cuts on the album are I’m a Player and What It Is featuring David Banner
He has a paralegal certification from Devry in Pheonix Arizona and is a certified bank loan officer. The youngest to intern at Microsoft, he has taught computer education to low income students in his home town.
Computers will always be his first love. But now it shares his time with his love for music.
I'm Shwobby. I'm a bass player/songwriter who likes to mix different styles and genres of music into one solid piece of work that expresses how I'm feeling at the time. I feel that emotions take on many different characteristics. So some of you might find some of my music offensive. I'm just trying to express myself.
For the most part I try to be positive and uplifting. I hope you enjoy what I share.