Resurrection – RudeManners

It’s a new year at Colossus Music! That being said, I wanted to kick off the 2019 vibes by talking about an extremely talented artist and actually one of my friends who goes by RudeManners. Dalton Mannerud (Mannerud…RudeManners) is a 22-year-old Lo-Fi artist from Windham, New York. To say he’s groovy is an understatement, my dude has an insane mind and to hear and see … Continue reading Resurrection – RudeManners

Big Red Machine – Big Red Machine

Justin Vernon has been pushing the boundaries of alternative music for close to two decades now. He reinvented the style of home recording with Bon Iver’s For Emma, Forever Ago, brought hip-hop instincts into an indie rock setting with Volcano Choir, and has even helped Kayne West recreate his sound since their work on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Vernon’s newest project is the brainchild of his work … Continue reading Big Red Machine – Big Red Machine

The Devil’s Walk – Apparat

I am going to be straight with you. I was not a fan of this album. I randomly came across it on Spotify and thought the cover artwork was cool (which you got to agree is pretty sweet). The German electronic musician Sascha Ring or Apparat just doesn’t do it for me.  The Devil’s Walk has a chill tone and is produced fairly well, but even with … Continue reading The Devil’s Walk – Apparat

a modern tragedy vol. 1 – grandson

This EP is the definition of different. The 23-year-old out of Toronto creates what he calls “not your parents rock ‘n roll”. However, what grandson actually does is combine elements of trap, indie, rock, and EDM to develop a solid entrance onto the music scene. I randomly stumbled across a modern tragedy vol. 1 the other day and haven’t been able to stop listening. I think you’ll … Continue reading a modern tragedy vol. 1 – grandson