"Guns" is YUZIMA's March single from his "Nine Months of The Machine" series where he's releaseing one song per month from his latest LP "THE MACHINE". On "Guns" he takes on gun culture and mass shootings over a wall of 90's noise guitars. Stream below.
Friday, February 21, 2014
Quickly ascending indie artist YUZIMA's, who has been called "rising indie luminary" by Under The Radar, latest single "Black Graffiti" continues the accent of new LP THE MACHINE with this brand new plug on Ouch Mag. This following recent tweets by Afropunk, features on Faronheit and spins on Road to Stardom all on an album he recorded in his downtown NYC living room.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Early leaks from "The Machine" took over the Internet! Noise rocker "Anarchy" was called "bad ass" by Your new favorite song, "f#cking flawless" by Gayletter, "post-punk and indie goodness" by Afropunk, while the album was mentioned as "something new for the independent musical culture" by Music Historian.
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Monday, February 3, 2014
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Yuzima has vowed to take a revolutionary approach to promoting his new LP THE MACHINE. By releasing nine presentations — one per month — he can put the focus back on the music. And the experiment is paying off. February's presentation "Black Graffiti" has already been featured on Faronheit, gotten spins on Road to Stardom and tweeted today by Afropunk. And February hasn't begun yet. Stream "Black Graffiti".
Posted by YUZIMA at 1:49 PM
Friday, January 24, 2014
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
"Black Graffiti" is February's presentation from YUZIMA's "Nine Months of The Machine". With his innovative new approach to promotion, Yuzima will present and go beneath the surface on one title per month from his new LP THE MACHINE including video's, cover art and freebies. First up is "Black Graffiti" which represents beauty in mystery and is inspired by African mysticism, lost love and "Achtung Baby" era U2. Download today.
Posted by YUZIMA at 5:07 PM
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Patricia Trutescu, editor of Music Historian has handed in this innovative new review of Yuzima's latest LP THE MACHINE; it mixes review, interview and manifesto, here is a quote.
"While Yuzima may repeat some of the lyrical practices artists before him implemented, like politically themed messages...and compositional experimentation; the clear artistic reflection between song structures and titles — a practice he has implemented throughout all of his music - presents something new for the independent music culture."
Read the Brand New Review Here
Posted by YUZIMA at 5:56 PM