Hey J360 Legion
Friday Night came in a flash this week eh? I knew it would go by quick and soon enough Summer will be over and we’ll be out in the fall time discussing about Football, Halloween and splurging money for Christmas. It’s beautiful how time moves forward and we need to stay in sync with it so we can keep progressing ourselves. The best thing is the advancement of the music scene and the technology used to produce it.
I’ve found a new music group called “Alizyan and the Drives” creating in the Synth-Pop/Alt Music genre and they have a unique sound. So for Friday Night Fever we’ll be listening to two of their tracks tonight.
The first track is called “Jupiter”
Next up is “Chinatown.”
The grooves are strong within this group, and they’re always posting daily content on their Tumblr giving some insight to what they’re up to next. So this group is definitely an important one to keep an eye on and if you love the sound you’re hearing from them, check out their Soundcloud here.
Hey J360 Legion
Ready to go for doubles, we have two hit songs to share with all of you tonight, and the vibe is calling for some excellent music to be spread through the airwaves. We’re also going to introduce you to the sounds of a new musician and show you what an old friend of ours has been up to with his latest album.
I managed to stumble upon our first composer after uploading the latest J-Man Episode. So far it looks like he has one EP on his page but plenty of singles added to his discography and by the way his music sounds, he’s no amateur to the synth riffs. He is known as Gyan Rosling and this track comes from his EP known as Decadence.
The first track is called “Influx” By Gyan Rosling.
We must all keep our ears open for what Mr. Rosling will create next because the entire EP is pretty good.
Next up is a man whose discography has been featured frequently on our Song Of The Day entries. The man known as Meteor and he’s created a new album called “Inner Demon.” Which the title alone serves perfectly for tonight’s vibe but since we can only listen to one track we’ll listen to the vibes of an action soundtrack.
The 2nd track is called “Shoot em up.” by Meteor.
Wonderful riffs and great hits from Meteor again, if you ever get a chance take a good listen to his “Inner Demon” Album. It won’t disappoint you at all.
If you would like to hear more from both composers, feel free to check out their webpages below.
- Gyan Rosling
I’ve much more to work on but now that I’ve heard these excellent tracks, I think I’m able to comb through the rest of the grind.
Until next time Legion, laters.
Hey J360 Legion
Today’s a new day to work on the grind until it is the super weekend, and we’ve much to endure so that we can get to that setting. It’s going to take motivation and dedication to get the job done. Keep in mind that Friday includes the grind but it’s also the perfect time to make a fantastic finish to the work week or a beginning if you’re a weekend worker. Nothing to be ashamed of, and just like the pervious days we’re going to start it off with an excellent song. So it’s time to fire up the J360 Playlist and bring in something awesome for you all to hear. Since today is the remix day, we’re going to see what some of our friends have been up to with different renditions of great hits.
Today’s song is called “Runaway” by Late Night Alumni remixed by Kalax.
If you love the sounds of Kalax, feel free to check out his Soundcloud page here.
To listen to the original track, check out Late Night Alumni’s page here.
Sometimes you just have to break out of convention to make your life more exciting, and you’re in a time when things are risky but you have to embrace the risk and move forward on your journeys ahead. Make it count with the grind today so you can runaway and take advantage of new opportunities. All of us can achieve greatness when we pull ourselves out of a rut, and it’s all about how you’re able to seize the day. So don’t just make the Friday night party count but also the work day and show how incredible your potential is.
Hey J360 Legion, We made it to another Saturday didn’t we?
Heh, I know I tend to say never stop the grind but today is a pretty good to just chill out.
So fire up the 80s’ cassette player, we’re going to be listening some New Wave Synth Pop from England called “We came to dance” by UltraVox.