TINO & K.Carter’s “Safe Money” Joins Perspectives On Life & Visions of Better Days – EP Review

To the North-West of the lower East Coast, there sits a flat valley amidst the rolling hills and rivers. Among Ye Olde Ohio, this place is the Gem City, the birthplace of Funk, and the central setting to which our protagonists today reside. Its Name? Dayton. TINO and K.Carter, each coming off of album releases … More TINO & K.Carter’s “Safe Money” Joins Perspectives On Life & Visions of Better Days – EP Review

BadCameo’s “Pink Leather”, Fear Until Fury’s “Concrete”, & Sunday Boxing’s “Your Ghost”: Singles Review

Hey All! In the light of what’s going on currently around the world, with local artists constantly releasing bits here and there out of the studio, RF20XX will be following the crumbs along the way with the reviews to follow, culminating in collection send-ups! Look forward to these along our full album reviews, to be … More BadCameo’s “Pink Leather”, Fear Until Fury’s “Concrete”, & Sunday Boxing’s “Your Ghost”: Singles Review

Todd Johnson & The Revolvers Break The Silence with “Use Some Company”: EP Review

In the current age of masks, social-distancing, and Zoom Meet-ups, it’s easy to feel a loss of connection with one another. Music, however, has always had the effect of bringing audiences closer to the artists that carefully craft the sound, no matter the actual distance between. In that light, Todd Johnson has always held down … More Todd Johnson & The Revolvers Break The Silence with “Use Some Company”: EP Review

BadCameo Takes Us For An Interstellar Ride with “Neon Souls”: EP Review

Funk, as a genre, treads a lot of ground when it comes to experimentation. Much of what’s loved about it is the easy build up to something more erratic, culminating into a way of moving in mind and soul that doesn’t have to put a listener on their feet, but will open up the horizons … More BadCameo Takes Us For An Interstellar Ride with “Neon Souls”: EP Review