Award-winning Denver-based rock outfit Lost Point has teamed up with local producer GUNFNGR to put together a song for the Colorado Mammoth lacrosse team. Currently the team enters the arena to the song Amp It Up, which you can hear below.
High-energy, great backbeats, and strong rock guitar are the hallmarks of this track, and it doesn’t take a brain surgeon to understand just why a team would want to enter an arena filled with screaming fans to an anthem like this.
GUNFNGR is back with another hot track, again featuring vocalist Alyssa, infusing elements of R&B with rock and electronic to form a unique listening experience. The combination of rock and electronic music has become more mainstream, but when you hear it done right, that’s when you notice.
GUNFNGR does it right.
Check it below.
Underground hip hop is quick-witted, sharp-tongued and intelligent-minded, and Wild Youth, the latest release from Sean Brown, is no exception to these rules. Somewhat political without being preachy, Brown finds a happy medium between finding something to talk about without making the listener feel guilty about it; instead, he makes the listener take note of violence in the streets among a seemingly forgotten generation thanks to solid rhymes and terrific production by Superville.
Top production, a spectacular voice, and memorable elements make this a radio-ready track with real crossover appeal. GUNFNGR teamed up with Alyssa for “Never Stop,” a tour de force with an upbeat tempo and mainstream sound.
This is the kind of track that launches careers.
Another track from the cult-favorite ThanksKilling series, the 8-Bit Remix is solid, spectacular club track just waiting for exposure. Intense digital elements combined with a killer, almost dubstep-style backbeat make it a top-shelf offering from the TK3 soundtrack.
The lead track from the film Thankskilling 3 is Amid Vocirus’s Electrify Them All, and “electrifying” is the perfect adjective to describe it. Starting slow and low, then suddenly grabbing the listener by the eardrum and not letting go, Amid’s unique take on electro rhythmic-pop is dynamic, smart and strong. Give it a listen and start worshiping at the temple of sound.
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Every once in a great while we come across a track that defies description. Sure, we could go with the basics: it’s a club-ready track with heavy basslines and it’s about drinking… but that doesn’t do it justice.
Listen. Turn it up. Enjoy.
To call the opening of this track “non-traditional” doesn’t really cover it. A church choir begins with somber tones, but the song quickly (and easily) transitions into a really well-crafted hip hop track. When a song is instantly recognizable like this, it benefits the artist on the back end who will make a name with the track.
Top production, unique electronic elements, and a strong back beat make this a track you don’t want to miss out on.
“Burn It Up,” the hip hop track from Victorville, CA artist Flip Major and produced by GUNFNGR is a sick club party track. Excellent backbeat, strong production elements, and a catchy, memorable hook make this a soon-to-be-staple; it’s just a matter of time.
Children of the 80s will appreciate the latest from beat icon Kajmir Royale, “Transformers Revisited.” Using some of the original music from the 80s cartoon staple, as well as sound effects and dialog from the iconic children’s program, Kajmir creates an awesome hip-hop version of the show itself. Brilliant in its production and dynamic in its delivery, this could easily become an iconic side B for an artist looking to make a name.