This is a beautiful night because the long awaited album release from Aerowolf has happened!!
Vanguard is finally here!! Take wings and fly strong because we’re going to be catching some neon waves from this beautiful work tonight. He worked very hard on constructing this album together from beginning to end.
To celebrate the release we will be listening to Aerowolf’s track: Entropy which is a grand treat on the album.
Bonus points: if you look to the lower right, you can experience the entire Vanguard album in the album of the week section of this website (for a limited time).
Show love to Aerowolf by checking out his links below!
This week on J360 Jams, we’re breaking in the new year of 2021 by enjoying over 40 beautiful soundtracks produced by legendary musicians across the world. Each one has worked very hard to prepare their best compositions tonight and of course J-Man has banded them together to bring about an excellent celebration to kick start something amazing.
Please Support Indie Music, and if you like what you’re hearing tonight check out each artist’s bandcamp or main link for merch, music and more. Sit right back and enjoy the show! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
In honor of the artists who appeared on J360 Jams. I’ve created an extension to focus on their albums called The J360 Albums Spotlight.
Tonight’s album is called “Holy” by Bloodpanic.
It’s an epic dark synth project created in addition to Bloodpanic reinventing his name and sound from his earlier album “Rage of Streets.” as Crusader. He doesn’t disappoint at all in the story he’s telling from every track to from the beginning to end. Whereas he began as Crusader, you can tell he grew into Bloodpanic as soon as the first track drops.
I even had the honor of helping him promote the album which I still hold in high regard to this day. It also gave me more incentive to produce J360 Jams in order to help out many musicians across the world.
So this album is a pretty big deal, and if you haven’t checked it out, well now you can and if you love what you hear feel free to purchase it via his bandcamp.
Album Synopsis ( Excerpt from Blood Panic)
A long time ago… People used to believe… These people were good…
No violence… No danger…
That was the genesis of life ✝
SkelOne S Y Z Y G Y X Madelyn Darling Keybeaux Synthgirl I-Rena
released June 24, 2020
Artwork by : Alexandre Meaux Produced / Mix / Master : BLOODPANIC
Special thanks to :
SkelOne Carbon Killer Neon Nox Straplocked Nightride FM Neon FM J-M Brady (The J-Man Show) Synthronicity / Forged in Neon The 80’s Guy
It’s been awhile since we’ve last visited the Song Of The Day feature, last week we were busy working on the layouts for J360 TV. However we’re going to restart this week just right by presenting another great track.
Matter of fact, since it’s Monday we’re going to need something to motivate us in the right direction which is why we’re bringing back a classic from the early days of this feature.
Today’s song is called “Resonance” by Home.
Taken from his Odyssey album, this song best defines how we’re all on a journey that only we can see and we have to keep reaching and working to get to it. Life is a grand adventure, and you only truly fail in it by giving up.
So get out there and keep fighting because remember whatever you’re trying to do or where you want to be, can be achieved at anytime and on any day as long as you travel far and long for it.
If you love the sounds of Home, feel free to check out his bandcamp here.
It’s time for another Song Of The Night feature, I remember at one time when SOTN was the most dominate feature due to working the night shift so many times.
Some people tend to think the Night Shift sucks but I’ll provide an different statement, the night shift is one of the most interesting things one can experience. So many different things happen at night, whether it’s working on a unique project or seeing some of the most bizarre things mankind has ever unleashed.
No one ever really wants to work the night shift but the best part is as soon as its over, you can say you survived it and once you do…you can survive anything. As a bonus, the best way to survive the night shift can be with the right music.
Tonight we’re going to be listening to two tracks from the album called High Power by Younsou.
Our first track is called “Turbo Dream.” You know you have to keep them alive to make everything happen.
The second track is called “Street Fighter”, and this one gives me a nostalgic feel for so many days of battling people in Street Fighter II.
Excellent tracks tonight eh? If you think so then please provide support by checking out Younsou’s bandcamp here.
We’re going to do something a little different tonight, I’m letting our indie musicians chill out a bit to create something awesome while presenting something inspirational to ignite something in you all.
Sometimes when things get tough we need a “fight song” to keep pushing us forward and since I’ve been listening to some great stuff from other forms of media such as Video Games. It’s time for that Turbo Tuesday motivation to kick in so we can get some work done!
Tonight’s song is made by legendary creator Mick Gordon (composer of the 2016 DOOM Soundtrack) feat. Omega Sparx and it’s one of the baddest tracks from the Killer Instinct soundtrack for TJ Combo called “Back to Rise!”
This song has hype written all over it, and just by listening to the greatness I’m ready to get some much needed projects out of the way.
If you love the sounds of Mick Gordon, feel free to check out his YouTube Channel here and show your support. If you want to see what Omega Sparx is up to you can check out his page here.
How’s Monday going for you all? I hope well as we’ve got a lot to look into as we’re moving through the grind week.
I want you all to remember as we go through this scenerio time and again that in order to achieve all that you want in life. You do have to put some effort into your passion and goals. We’ve got plenty to strive for and if you feel as though words aren’t enough we can always listen to the sweet sounds provided to us from our friends on the indie music scene.
The grind can be overbearing and annoying at times but sometimes you just have to keep pushing like it’s the end of days just to make realization out of your goals. Ironically I know of something that can get you pushing for your goals made by a great composer known as Johnny Rehab, and we’re going to listen to his song “Woken.”
Since this is Johnny’s debut on our page, I would like to call for an encore and that means we’re going to listen to another track.
This song is the title track from his latest album “End of Days.”
I think Johnny Rehab has a strong foundation in the Music scene don’t you?
If you agree, feel free to show him some support and love on his bandcamp page here.
We’ve got more to look into as the week rolls out so don’t let the Monday blues get you down J360 Legion.
Stay up and follow along for the next level awaits.
It’s been awhile since we delved into the internet spaceways and listened to some great tracks the musical side has to offer.
I remembered there being a few blank posts while I handled other projects for J360 Productions and I do apologize for the lateness. It’s time to bring things back to speed and help the musical talents out there find their audience and give us some entertainment for the evening to drive us towards our next destination.
Since it’s the Sunday feature we’re going to listen to something to chill us out and get us thinking and prepared.
Tonight’s song is called “Outer Limits” by ED Space.
It just occurred to me that this is ED Space’s first appearance on a Song Of The Night/Day Article so let’s listen to a 2nd track of his called “Astro Anomaly.”
Shout outs to ED Space for making some killer tracks to help start off the new week, and if you love his style feel free to check out more from his page here.
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