Rhymster x Frekwenzy – 39

Continuing the hard work at Ever Evolved Studios Frekwenzy and Rhymster, in between recording clients, completed a 8 track mixtape. The multi-talented artists put all their work in it from the cover art to the mastering. Rhymster with the original flow and production. Frekwenzy aims his focus on production and mastering. You can hear the quality in Chicago Interlude; like fresh air on a bridge.

With the studio running 24/7 the two invite a couple talented local artists out to share the mic or even take over a few tracks. Fafaa Delvale enlightens with vocals that adds some ambience takes the mic on Gamblin and Why You Askin featuring Terry Tertiary. John Renaissance joins the tape on KCVP. Don Larone and Radcliff Right After, this is some one of a kind talent on the list give them all a follow.

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M.O.B. Can’t Break Remix LP

Over the summer we got to hear M.O.B. release her track Can’t Break. A vibrant electro bass track for those chill summer nights. But with the warm seasons over we need newer music to keep us warm. In comes Zach Tha Rippa, Papa Skunk and Shadow The Machine Angel. With their support Can’t Break is revived for the winter and the coming new year with this remix album.

Zach The Rippa kept it chill on his approach adding a little trip to it with a psy-trance influence on the breakdown. Papa Skunk on the other hand goes in and heavy with his dubstep remix, keeping it live all the way through. Shadow all the while takes the minimalistic approach, keeping you on on your toes and dazed. Three incredible tracks just in time for a mini tour while as fans indulge on New Years mischief.

Kicking things off on NYE, M.O.B. unleashes new music for the new year. Mutually the first show of 2017 for the artist and Ever Evolved at the Cold Front in SubT right off Damen Blue Line Wicker Park. Showcasing local talent, after she procedes onwards. Opening up for RUN DMT on the short run and capping off Groundhogs Day. What a way to end and start a year!

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Late Night Radio Gets Manic

Alex Medellin of Late Night Radio from Denver makes funky instrumentals crossing electro and soul genres. Reflective Tangents is his most recent jazz filled project. The 8 track playlist includes features by Kevin Donohue, Clark Smith, Def3, Boraham Lee, and WildaBeats. Most notable our hometown electro soul igniter Manic Focus hits us with that collab amongst the project along with Donohue on All My Troubles. Adding some additional electronic bass influence to the LP, it is balanced well amongst the intro tracks leading to NoGrave with guitar licks and groovy basslines. Listen to the full playlist on Late Night Radio’s soundcloud.

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Lili K Makes Magic

Adding some soul to Chicago with a strong voice. When Lili K sings she makes you feel nostalgic for an era you never lived in. Classic style with a city attitude this girl should fill opera houses music theaters someday soon. Recently adding new song to her playlist laced with a music video that is filled with nothing but soul and colorful imager. Lili K’s band doing a flawless job on brass, synth keys, drums and the guitar and bass. They add a wonderful diversity to our city’s spectrum of genres, keeping Jazz alive in these streets.



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No Pressure on Jean Deaux

Jean Deaux is another female artist making big moves, collaborating with local artists, releasing singles, making Chicago look good; The works. Being apart of many artists projects in including Sabas Bucket List, a music video with Mykki Blanco, more singles with Smino, theMIND music. This girl knows her way around Chicago. Connecting with 119 Productions on her latest single she gets back together with Phoelix for Stranger Things. An endless flow of artistic expression over an eerie beat, makes for a relaxing tune. This follows an energetic beat by Tim Suby, Pressure makes you wanna get up on your feet and move. Jean can do it all. Follow her for more amazing music!

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Melo Makes Music with Ravyn Lenae

Melo Makes Music is what the man goes by and through rhymes is how he expresses his explicit content. Most recently he spills his mind over a trip hop beat produced by Martin $ky. The Chicago local Ravyn Lenae is featured on the track for a few verses, adding a graceful ambience to the the track. Speaking of Grace, Sylvie marks her sound with the stroke of a cello. Drain U is a dope collaboration of Chicago talent coming together to make a track to vibe to.

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Sylvie Rise To Grace

Inspired by music at a young age through singing, this Chicago artist has transformed herself into the genre bending cello playing vocalist she is today. With a passion for her art and talent Sylvie Grace takes to the streets of Chicago on Michigan Ave and performs for the public. If you had the chance to greet her she is quite friendly! She frequents the studio when not street performing and has gained quite the reputation in the Chicago music community.

Collaborating with many locals from A Billion Young to Palmer Squares and many others, she assists with either with her cello or her vocals. Leaving her mark in sound around Chicago. On her own she works with a loop station a cello and sometimes a drummer. The combination results in soulful pop and R&B tunes with deep lyrics. Another beautiful example of Chicago’s many talents. Keep on the lookout for her single this coming February, a preview to her project Bloom coming in March.



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Brown Girls Theme – Jamila Woods

Since releasing her debut album HEAVN Jamila Woods has been working and collaborating on big projects with local artists. Featuring in few different releases from Malcolm London‘s Opia, Saba‘s Bucket List and oddCouple‘s LP. Impressive list to add to an already amazing music resume. She is back with a new single. Brown Girls Theme, with a beautiful melody she expresses herself gracefully.

You can always count on Jamilas voice to make you feel dreamy, relaxed and to project a message clear. A perfect voice to speak for what she is passionate about. Recently she featured in a documentary Saving Chicago on Billboard that features Rhymefest, Malcolm London, Common and other passionate Chicago artists and students. As a clip of her teaching and singing with her class plays Jamila voices her opinion on Chicago violence and Police Brutality while at the same time promoting the positive qualities of the black community. Reshaping Chicago through music.

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Win & Woo Remixes

Win and Woo catches the attention of PRMD label. Releasing their remix track for Violet Days who gained popularity with Hotel Garuda on their collab Fixed On You. Your Girl originally was an independent release until massive success brought them to PRMD. The Chicago duo did justice for the original with their rework.

November saw the release of another remix. LA duo Cosmos and Creature get the remix treatment, another couple of rising artist in the mainstream pop music spotlight. Getting a lot of attention from their hit single Young, Win and Woo swoop in and add the final touch. Perfectly maintaining the youthful exuberance of the original track, and creating a dance music anthem that can match the energy of Louis the Child & Icona Pops Weekend track. A combination of talents made timeless.

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Cofresi Frenzy

Ben Cofresi continues to challenge his creativity with his remixes. With a pattern of picking very popular and talented artists to recreate music from. Following Imogen Heap among the list of artists, Cofresi looked to more similar talents like James Blake and Bon Iver, who created the deeply beautiful tune I Need A Forest Fire. A track beautiful composed and yet Cofresi was able to redesign it and create a future bass track without hurting the quality of the original.

Turning to more familiar tunes. You may have heard this song serenading many playlists and radio stations. Alina Baraz seductive voice floating along Galimatias graceful melody Fantasy. Cofresi joins the many to remix the song but Ben has a talent on the drums that sticks out amongst others and he handles it well. If you are in Chicago this December 17th you can check out Cofresi work the drum pads and midi keys at the Bottom Lounge opening up for the Main Squeeze. In the meantime grab these tracks for free and play them loud.

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