Welcome back to Turn It Up Tuesdays. This week we have some great new music releases from some dope up and coming artist for your listening pleasure. This is music you won’t find on the radio. Your Welcome!
Robotic Pirate Monkey
Matt Berryhill, Matt Flesher and Andrew Hathaway are the three boys from Boulder, CO. who make up Robotic Pirate Monkey. Today we are extremely excited to be bringing you their very first full length album release. Look we know its hot outside and you probably have your AC on already but you better crank it up because Heat.wav is about to set your speakers and spot on fire! Get a load of this beefed up bass and show these guys some love!
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MartyParty aka Marty Folb is a music producer and performer that we here at Music You Need have a lot of respect for. Aside from his solo efforts, he is also one half of the duo PANTyRAID with Ooah of The Glitch Mob. MartyParty started producing his own flavor of music in 2005 with the mission to change the monotony of electronic music by creating an entirely different electronic sound: more musical, more story telling, and more diversity in the beats. The result is a growing anthology of MartyParty music crossing over most popular genres into a rich sound he calls Purple. Marty’s motto is “Say no to slavery, Worship the Sun,” which in my eyes, is a more than respectable agenda. Check out his first in a brand new series of MVP releases called Bling Bling, as well as his most recent full length album Six Shots of Jameson, released earlier this year.
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Bro Safari is the alter-ego of DJ and producer, Knick. He’s already well-known and deeply established in the music scene as a result of his work with leading American Drum & Bass group Evol Intent. Not to mention, his wildly popular output as 1/2 of the genre-bending mash-up duo, Ludachrist. While his production work spans the entire spectrum of bass music, Bro Safari has been relentless at pushing his unique take on the burgeoning Moombahton movement. As a result, Bro Safari is currently ushering in a new wave of listeners to the genre and he is set to be an early champion of this new scene. With support from artists like Diplo, DJ Craze, Knife Party and more, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that Bro Safari is someone to keep an eye on in 2012 and beyond.
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Now weren’t those some dope new tunes to help get your mind away from the dread of your midweek?! Come back next week for some more where that came from and check out all the other music right here on Music You Need!