After establishing herself as an award-winning actress and activist, Monica Olive is emerging as one of her generation’s most vital and fearless songwriters.
The menacingly dramatic opening notes of OLIVOIX’s new EP “GODDESS” im-mediately give away front-woman Monica Olive’s extensive background on stage and screen. She is a charismatic performer, capable of turning a room pin-drop silent with a single line. Along with an exceptionally accomplished cast of musi-cians (including longtime Shwizz bassist Frank Coda), she has created a stirring collection of songs that delve deeply into the trauma of modern society, only to emerge with the strength and resilience needed to fight another day.
Written in the wake of years of personal trauma, cumulating in the loss of her sis-ter to cancer, there is a common thread of darkness running through the songs on GODDESS. “Ashes” is bold and confrontational, while the bandmates find solace in each other’s shared experience on “Sisters.” Yet through it all, Olive’s poetic lyricism finds hope in even the bleakest of experiences.
From the chaotic avant-garde pop of “Thru Yr Veins” to the funk-infused self-empowerment of “GODDESS,” each track creates a world in and of itself. By the closing notes of “Warrior Pack, Pt. 1,” the listener will feel like they’ve been on a true emotional journey – one they will be happy to take over and over again.
“GODDESS” is available everywhere now.
Junes UB Unveils Cinematic Vibes with “Don’t F Up The Rotation” EP
Junes UB, a talented musician from the UK, has released a new EP called “Don’t F Up The Rotation.” It has four tracks that are inspired by the movie ‘Friday.’ Each track is like a chapter in a story that tells a chilled-out and relaxed tale. The EP is named after a famous line from the movie.
The first track, “Roll me one,” is a fun and playful song that reminds us of the movie. The second track, “Backstrap,” is a bit more serious and talks about a popular method for rolling cigarettes in the UK. The third track, “Lick it,” is also about rolling cigarettes, but it is a bit more clever and refers to the movie’s themes.
The EP’s final track, “Exhale,” is the most important song on the EP. It talks about the feeling of exhaling smoke after smoking. It is an upbeat and catchy song that showcases Junes UB’s talent and musical ability.
The EP is only 9 minutes long, but it is packed with amazing music. Junes UB is a versatile artist who can create music in many different styles. Fans are excited to see what he will release next.
Ol’ Burger Beats Crafts Timeless Beats and Conscious Rhymes in ’74: Out of Time’
Ol’ Burger Beats is a talented musician from Norway who has just released his latest album, “74: Out of Time”. The album has 17 tracks and features a mix of old and new sounds that take the listener on a musical journey through time.
The tempo of the album is set at 74 beats per minute, which gives it a unique and relaxing feel. The album also addresses some important issues, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and politics in the US and Europe.
Ol’ Burger Beats has collaborated with some of the best hip-hop artists, including Fly Anakin, Awon, Quelle Chris, Pink Siifu, and more. The result is an album that is both diverse and reflective of Ol’ Burger Beats’ growth as a composer.
“74: Out of Time” will be released on Feb. 16th on Coalmine Records and will be available on all major music platforms, as well as on cassette and vinyl. With special edition items and merchandise bundles, fans can join Ol’ Burger Beats on this incredible musical journey.