Kyral x Banko Pull Up hot to the scene with a few collabs and remixes. Following the mind blowing EP Focus the duo took on tours, shows and festivals promoting new music. K&B then come back with a nasty remix of Bad Boy Sound, by Jantsen a favorite among the dub and bass community. They would then team up with a producer debuting as Holly on the track I Don’t Need You, to premiere on FUXWITHIT. Most recently the two link up with DJ Ride to release Pull Up on MMXVAC. Each one of these tracks made for you to get wild to so turn up those speakers!
Milestones are something to look forward to for anyone out there setting goals as an artist or individual. Musically Solstis has been surpassing many feats within the last year alone! Every release they published not only sounds amazing but has some connotation to them. Following this duo for a couple years now it has been inspiring to seeing how they have been evolving through sound and technique.
Recently taking Luna Shadows music another go, already giving her track Cry Wolf a remix with SANDS, the two found a greater idea to incorporate into a remix. The plan is use more live music instrumentation into their sets and they nailed it. Exploring different styles they landed on indie rock marking their first time to include a guitar solo. This track in particular is meant to be played in a live format. Making their music exclusive to their live sets now this sets them apart from many EDM artists, thinking outside the box in terms of technique and range of sounds for their performances.
This remix follows yet another milestone in their career with the release of their debut album Nowhere. This project is a collection of the finest sounds and a wide range of emotion. Over a years worth of work and imagination put into this LP the opening track, inspired by Smashing Pumpings and 90’s Rock, sets the mood for the LP with a epic buildup. Acquiring the melody from ODDEEO before the inception of the idea of an LP, who also collabed on Robot Daydream years back, Dreaming in Reverse is a climactic build leading to a Euphoric melody that gives a breath of fresh air before the next beat Open Your Eyes blows you away. This kind of production has been pivitol in their position with music and something to be excited about as far as newer music if you have not followed them it is about time!
Some can use it to their advantage, some people give it away, lying is not for everyone. Krewella plays on that idea with a vocal performance in Bad Liar, a smooth synth and bass beat that flows flawlessly between the lyrics. This follows Gold Wings a collaborative production with Shaun Frank, another future bass beat topped with a beautiful vocalization by Krewella. Steady releasing tunes this year we expect to hear some more from this Chicago Krew.
Is it possible to go Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger than Daft Punk? Few dare try and succeed but Cofresi decides to takes up the challenge for himself. With a live midi drum-set setup, he certainly has the resources to match the virtuosity of the legends! Armed with a camera he proves with a live performance that he can indeed pull off a Daft Punk remix with ease and style. Not only unique with his production and execution the man thinks outside the box when it comes to his originals and remixes.
Maybe its to keep challenging himself to other genres or it could be boredom but Cofresi has become a master at these revisions. Not only perfecting a Daft Punk remix, he takes it one step further and challenges some of the gods of Rock N’ Roll, Led Zeppelin, to remix Black Dog. Then upon listening to the beat it was deemed holy for it sounds sanctimonious! After remixing James Black & Bon Iver, Alina Barz & Galimatias,DNMO & Sub Urban, Imogen Heap, Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE and way more, Cofresi has shown time and time again that his passion is unparalleled.
Performed my new Led Zeppelin remix @ Sonic Bloom🥁📹 Wayne Schultheis
Posted by COFRESI on Sunday, June 17, 2018
An impressive progression following the release of his EP Faces. Knowing just how to keep his playlist fresh with new music. His EP consisting of 5 tracks is in diligence with vocalists. Each track works with vocalists of different styles from Probcause, Marcus Allen, Jofred, Cathy P & Riles and Ehiorobo. Cofresi works around hip hop, experimental, soul and pop vocal styles and lays down a foundation of live future bass production that hits the speakers hard and gracefully. A true mastery in both originals and remixes, this is one act you have to follow.
Roy French also known as MFNyeah uploads a couple of fresh tracks onto the cloud. One of Chicago’s talents never at rest Roy French does more than a thing for the cities music community while forging his own path! Recently recognized on StreetNoise as artist of the month going over points like opening for Lil Uzi Vert, releasing albums Legend of Lil Lit and Vroom, starting a clothing line(Vroom Sports) and a talk show! Teamed with Deem the two host a youtube series dubbed 106&Clark to spotlight talented artists and individuals in Chicago through interviewing and live performances. If Roys’ outrageous personality does not win you over his music will!
His talents does not stop at hosting a talk show with a comedic appeal the man is hot with beats and vocal lyricism. Releasing two tracks on his soundcloud recently, one of which is produced by himself. Mainly about his rap game you can catch him performing in the city at random venues, recently performing at Subterranean with Ever Evolved for a sold out show. Get a feel of MFNyeah with his latest releases 3D Explosion and Energy ft Warhol.ss then catch him live cause he is a spectacle.
Since his Third Eye opened Deem has been staying busy with a few projects. Having followed up with a music video for I’m Lownt from the Third Eye EP, he has topped that with another new beat and music video. Aside from working on new music Deem has also been working hard on 106&Clark with Roy French. Together they have been doing a great job spotlighting talented local artists making waves in Chicago. Well into their 2nd season they have interviewed artists like Rich Jones, DJ Skoli, Mani Jurdan, Gxxdstress, Ace Da Vinci and even us here at Ever Evolved.
If you seen Deem live you would know he is quite the interesting dude, not a dull figure at all! Thirsty would be familiar with those loyal fans who have seen the live performance which is equally as entertaining as the recently released video one would say. Music produced by Skeezus the video shot and edited by Gian Frias also featuring artist manager and model at Ever Evolved Ashley George. These cats can probably pull off acting on the big screen, but for now this is what you got and more if you follow the man and catch him live!
Candy Irene is back this year and making moves in Chicago. Never hibernating she kept the grind going at the studio at Ever Evolved with recording sessions and and on the stages perfecting the art. Candy released 6 Ft Under earlier in the year and started working on visuals for the single following a brief hiatus. Retaking the spotlight with attitude and determination, you can feel the energy through her raw lyricism. Expect some more music coming from Candy following this, you will not want to miss this.
Coming from the UK, we are graced by the mind of a queer non binary artist with a style coming from multiple genre influences. Expressing them self through the perspective experiences of a black human of their chosen identity in mainstream society through a manifold of styles; UK RnB, Grime, Brit-Pop, Indie rock and more. CJ Run poses a unique brand of hip hop that is unmatched by mainstream culture and even challenges any alternative narrative. Going on a spree this month releasing a few singles, each a different breed of character.
Representing U of I in Urbana – Champaign, IL CJ got connected with a few artists for the journey. Producer yourbeautifulruin works on the two of the three tracks released recently; Indigo and 747. Going over a heart ache in one track while the other boasts future success, not letting their emotions hold them back! You can hear and feel the confidence and energy CJ is emitting in League Of My Own with Glassic. At it for quite a while and giving people hell before they had a CD on the shelf, you can expect more from CJ Run following these releases! Excited to see what is next for this artist.
editors note: CJ Run is not a “chosen idenity” but rather who they are in blood from birth, aside from extremely talented.
Angry Blackmen are back with a music video for their last release over the colder months of Chicago. The local super duo lashing out in public areas and disrespecting private properties. RIOT! is just about proper in the current seemingly endless social climate we are finding ourselves in the United States. These two are making rounds around Chicago venues this summer, an act you have to see live! Stay tuned for more new music from this up and coming artists.
Radcliff coming for your dreams once he steps up to the mic. Getting ready to release his next project Educated Low Lives Pt II, all aspiring rap artists are gonna have to run for their money once it drops. Releasing a few tracks to preview. Saying Fuck Your Dreams in his latest one following his last original single Fall-N-Off, the two tracks themselves are bona fide. Light work however for this freestyle master who just came back from a New York show. With a couple remix releases out as well as collaborations with SafiG and Ever Evolved you got plenty to play on repeat till Part II.