Okeechobee Announces Second Wave Of Artists Set To Perform In Sunshine Grove
You know festival season is right around the corner when you start seeing two and three major lineup announcements a day. It can be a little overwhelming at times, I’m over here stressing about something that’s still six months away. Picking and choosing between festys is no doubt one of the hardest decisions of the spring/summer seasons. You want to see what every fest has to offer and you also have those few that feel like home. Even though it is only a second year festy, Okeechobee is a place that I picture myself frequenting.
I was sold when the phase one dropped so quite honestly this is just icing on the cake. When it comes to depth and diversity, Okeechobee is right up there with some OG festivals. The addition of Logic is major, he joins a talented group of rappers to round out what is basically every relevant high hop artist currently. Names like Ganja White Night, Space Jesus and 12th Planet can also be found on this phase two. You’ll see them there and all over your news feed as well because they are killing it right now. Don’t know who Sturgill Simpson is? Do some research, he’s Grammy nominated for album of the year, I promise you won’t be disappointed. Other notable additions include The Floozies, Kasbo, Brasstracks and Vulfpeck.
Head over to their website to check out the full lineup and for all other info. Only five days left for tier one passes and then the price goes up, grab your tickets here!
Sean Turk Drops Bedroom Bass Remix Of Stalking Gia’s “Second Nature”
After coming off his 5th release that was signed to Warner Music Group, Sean Turk returns this week with a sensual number that belongs in a Victoria Secret commercial. He has been calling this signature style “Bedroom Bass” and if you can believe it, 60% of his following are women. His Brandyn Burnette remix is another sensual record if you are feeling these vibes.
In just 6 months, Sean has managed to impress Sebastian Ingrosso and his team, sign a record to Warner Music Group, air on the radio 4 times (one of those being the largest radio station in New Zealand), rack up several million plays online, and break the Hypem top 10 with all 5 releases. Safe to say Sean Turk lives up to Run The Trap’s following words knowing he has another Warner Music Group signing releasing soon.
“Sean Turk’s one of the hottest up and coming producers out there.”
Sean has been in the studio nonstop week after week and he had this to say about the progress so far,
“I worked a long time and spent thousands of hours on my craft. I was always trying to create music that would draw emotions out from people. I wanted my audience or even just ONE person to feel the same way I did when the record was created. To finally see things unfold is such a blessing honestly.”
Stalking Gia – Second Nature (Sean Turk Remix) | Download | Hypem
[TSS Premiere] Kronic Unveils Second Single “Bulimic” From Highly-Anticipated EP
Following the release of “Blood In The Water,” the Australian producer Kronic proved to the world that his latest project, the Sophisticated Ignorance EP, was going to be something special. Well, he has officially solidified that thought with the release of the second single, “Bulimic,” off his new EP.
“Bulimic” is an eerie and satanic tune that once again showcases his ability to fuse the worlds of hip-hop and electronic music to create something unique. Take an exclusive first listen to “Bulimic” and be sure to show your support by grabbing your copy of Sophisticated Ignorance today!
Camp Wild Drop Their Second Full Length Project “Wide Skies”
Camp Wild Records has released its second 7-track project featuring unique blend of funky beats and soulful grooves. This compilation features tracks from LIMARU, Kojo, Waybee, MF Doom, KR$ CHN, Ouska, crwn and Fyrkat. “Wide Skie” is the follow up from their debut EP “Sound Travels” which made some serious noise earlier this year.
Fun Fact: Camp Wild is an independent label and brand founded in a college dorm room with inspiration from the wilderness.