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    Mike SB “To You” Video | @ItsMikeSB @Pot_Ent @TheRealSatalino @TrevBROwning

    It’s always nice when our submission process does exactly what it’s supposed to do: expose us to dope artists we otherwise wouldn’t catch wind of. Being said, check out this new visual from Florida’s Mike SB, a track titled “To You,” which is a nice smooth boom bap groove. Video by See Your Vision, and the song was produced by Golddigga.

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    New Track City “New Track City” Release & “In Silence” Video | MrGQDaily @trakPakSinatra

    Check out this song and video from Washington’s New Track City, titled “In Silence,” which is a song from the duos previous self titled project. You can bump Bem and Chi. Stone‘s collaborative project below, and watch the visuals above. The video was director by Harry Clean.

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    Watch RBMA’s New “Diggin’ In The Carts, Episodes 1-3″ Series (Video)

    Diggin’ In The Carts is a new documentary series from the Red Bull Music Academy exploring the secret history of Japanese video game music. As many may know, the RBMA visits Tokyo this year, so it’s pretty cool that this series coincides with the yearly gathering of worldwide talented musicians. This is a great documentary series if you grew up in the 80’s or 90’s, or hell, even played any of those games while growing up (or to this day). Below I’ve added episodes 2 and 3, and above is episode 1 that talks about the birth and rise of music in video games.

    From the earliest sounds and melodies to the first fully formed continuous music to be pioneered in the arcade games from Namco. We meet Junko Ozawa, one of Namco’s earliest sound team composers, and also the legendary Hirokazu ‘Hip’ Tanaka, who joined Nintendo in 1980 and was responsible for composing some of the giant’s most loved classics like Metroid and Tetris.

    Over six episodes Diggin’ In The Carts shines a spotlight on the composers who created a style of music that has had an immense impact on modern pop culture. From the personal studios of these legendary composers, to the concert halls of Japan where symphony orchestras are performing their compositions to sold-out crowds today – the series will document how the music of video games was created, what inspired it, and how it evolved into its own cultural phenomenon. Peppered with commentary from some of modern music’s finest DJ’s, musicians and electronic producers from around the world, the documentary also shows the influence these Japanese composers had on the world – and the world of music.

     

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  • Junia-T ft. KemiKal “Sky Is Falling” Video | @JuniaTofSB @callmeKEMI

    Toronto’s Junia-T has linked up with fellow Canadian emcee and producer Kemikal for the brand new “Sky Is Falling” track. Junia’s forthcoming Eye See You LP, which will feature guest spots from Little Simz, LordQuest, Frank Grams and more, is on it’s way. The track was produced by Junia-T, and the video was directed by Renegade Films.

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