Adam Wright creates for the freedom to be weird. Through creating the animated video for Open Mike Eagle’s track “Idaho,” Adam proves he feels no obligation to reality. Freed from the shackles of plausibility, Wright’s animations are able … Dive In about Surrealism & Rhythm: The Animation of Adam Wright
Photo Credit: Tamara May This CentralSauce featured interview with Kevin Holliday covers his new EP, 'OMNI,' streaming now on all platforms. Follow the artist on Twitter and Instagram to keep up with future releases. The words we … Dive In about Kevin Holliday’s ‘OMNI’ is All-Encompassing
Tall Black Guy and Ozay Moore confront some of the hardest truths on “Runnin’ Away.” Bookended by spirit-gripping hooks from featured vocalist Malaya, the verses question the wisdom of fleeing from results that don’t line up with expectations.
‘ALETHEIA’S CALLING,’ the debut EP of Franco-Cameroonian artist and philosopher Dirtsa, is a bridge between cultures, ideas and sounds. Pulling from Greek and modern philosophy, the project is a duality of contrasting and complementary R&B and drill sounds. We spoke with Dirtsa about the truths she uncovered in its making.
Over a jazzy instrumental, St. Louis’ Mvstermind and Jordan Ward trace their divergent journeys with effortless flair. “MATTER OF TIME” is a reminder that taking your time isn’t taking time off.
In the title track off their new EP, “Visions of DOOM,” Imp meshes the Marvel universe with visions of the dystopian reality they see around them.
ROMderful roots a cosmic background in R&B familiarity to tell a galactic love story. “ALIENS!” is a story of human connection in the stars.
Nigerian-American and Atlanta wordsmith, Kolo, pens an emotional track about keeping his mind on the work. “So Far, So Close” is an expression of having faith in your purpose.
A good posse cut is hard to find, but with bars, barbs and no shortage of character, Leon Ross, YS Perignon and IM REAL make it sound effortless. “No Invites” is a song for an exclusive crowd and the emcees let you know.
Ethos 33 paint a daydream through a jazzy instrumental. “Small Hallway” is an atmospheric experience.
Leek Mali rides the high of a summer of crushing his goals. “Summer Forever” transfers his infectious confidence with a psychedelic beat that exudes timelessness, freezing listener and emcee in the high of success.
Cameron Donald struggles to come to terms with aging and the loss of wonder. “Old Jacinto” sees Cameron and the Slumberknights crafting a breezy instrumental for Donald to reminisce.
Songstress Groovy Daughter is back with another heater with a mantra to remove an ex from your psyche. “I DON’T CARE” states exactly what it means to.
While focused on battling demons, Diz is reminded that fighting is tiring and it’s easy to forget the need for “Rest.”