Jon von Boehm has released his second album entitled Ortus on Friday the 16th of March 2018. The Nashville (Tennessee) based bass guitarist was recently interviewed by us, make sure you hear what he say about himself and the project.
The album is available on Amazon and other digital stores for purchase and/or streaming.
Crispy T has released Crispy’s Caribbean Cruise Episode 20 on Mixcloud and Audiomack (free download), for all the tropical house fans.
The series will be ending soon so make sure you savour all of season two’s offerings. #cccALB1450
The PurvGang are dropping AF which is abbreviated for As F**k, for this week’s #PurvyFriday
Check it out!
Nashville, Tennessee (USA) is one of the world’s well-known cities, most popular for its musicality. The “Music City” is home to the highly-regarded bass guitarist Jon von Boehm, who has recently embarked on establishing himself as a solo artist, after a lengthy tenure as a devout collaborative bass guitarist.
In the course of establishing a lane for himself, Jon will be releasing his sophomore album called Ortus. The Latin titled solo offering encapsulates his journey of having to overcome and rise above certain circumstances – something many independent artists’ may identify with. In this offering, Jon really brings a colourful array of sounds, which makes him particularly hard to put in a box. The “Ortustic” volume and vibes of the album do not fall short in communicating his distinct nature and personality, despite not having any vocal contributions on the project.
In this interview, Jon speaks about his sound and where it fits within the context of modern genres. He also spoke at length about his latest album, which features a collaboration with South African-born, US-based fellow bass guitarist Vuyani Wakaba. Apart from being a talented artist, Jon is a wealth of knowledge too and his passion for music oozes through.
Crispy T has released his latest installment called Crispy’s Caribbean Cruise Episode 19 on Mixcloud and Audiomack (free download).
Make sure you check it for your favourite Tropical House grooves.
The PurvGang are doing this #PurvyFriday with Nywe Nywe Nywe!
PurvGang have cooked up some Achaar for this week’s #PurvyFriday, in typical South African fashion!
It’s getting got in here!
Crispy T ‘s tropical house series continues on with Crispy’s Caribbean Cruise Episode 18, which is available on Mixcloud and Audiomack (free download).
AMA, a young vibrant Zimbabwean songstress embodies the essence of contemporary artistry in terms of self-expression and embracing one’s independence. Independent of thought and of voice, the lovely songbird can also hold no punches when it comes to deliberating her message. She lives her truth and speaks it!
Being a lady with a head strong attitude, AMA makes it clear that she’s all about living her full purpose in music and that’s just it for her (do not ask her to ever consider anything else). AMA’s new single, Folklore, alongside fellow Zim artist LoveDale Makalanga (DJ Discord) is currently doing the rounds online. Lavatory Records had the opportunity to delve into the AMAzing abstract mind and AMAzon-like personality of the singer: AMABEYOND!
“Started from the bottom..” the utilised opener for this collaboration by FDL with his featured guest, fellow Cap City (Pretoria) native Tre on their respective stanzas. In the upper most parts of the world such as North America, at the furthest southern part of it is a country is known for its “wild, hot and zany” side. When you start from the bottom, it tends to be a wild ride when trying to climb into the game (think galloping cowboys going gun crazy and riding on horseback).