Gosh Pith


A very promising and aptly titled single ‘Waves’ from Detroit based indie pop band ‘Gosh Pith’ just sauntered into our beloved inbox today. The song has a  trap-style beat coupled with mind bending sinusoidal vocals that unify you with the ‘ups and downs’/’struggles and releases’ ,which make up the theme of the song. For long you’ll live and high you’ll fly but only if you ride the tide:

The song is  available as a free download and you can follow Gosh Pith on the following social media sites:

YPS: Eyes on Fire

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Another track worth its weight in gold from YPS. This YPS remix of Eyes on Fire by the Blue Foundation kicks some and then some more. It is layered like all the seven psychopaths from the movie rolled into one. I especially loved the end on this one,! Like it to download it for free:

Young Piff and Sandor

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Sometimes things fall into place, like Jameson and Gingerale! And some rhymes sound asinine, like the one you heard in the last line! However, the point is that some combinations work well! Our ‘band of honour’ for the day is the collaboration of Young Piff and Sandor. Young Piff is a producer, rapper, songwriter and hold your breath ‘an engineer’! 4 years of science to become an artist! Happens more often than you think! Yours truly here also labored through 4 years of electronics engineering to work on something completely unrelated! Anyway back to the artiste info; He was born in Nassau, Bahamas and except for the engineering degree, he seems to be self taught in the other areas of his expertise. His actual name is David Darville. His partner in crime on the latest compilation mixtape is Benjamin Hamilton aka ‘Sandor’. I have no further information on Sandor as of now but my usual outsourcing partners: the Interpol, Scotland Yard, CIA and Mossad are working overtime to help me get a better understanding about him. I promise further information once I receive it!

As for the music, it is space altering, time numbing, easy vibed hip hop. I haven’t heard anything of the sort, so comparisons are difficult. So please listen to a few samples yourselves and form your own independent opinions for a change:

If you like what you hear check out their website: http://www.youngpiff.com/. From there you can choose your preferred web 2.0 method to follow them. Cheers!