Does music help express your feelings and thoughts? New Release – Blames Brown “Space Time and Rhythms” EP

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Does music help express your feelings and thoughts?

A Nylon Trax Worldwide Release… Nylon Trax Shop, TraxsourceBeatport, Junodownload, iTunes etc…

Blames Brown “Space Time and Rhythms” EP transports us well beyond our galaxy to the sonic landscape of the title track that is both soothing and hypnotic.
‘Deeper Love’ has roughness and a sensitivity about it that will instantly warm dance floors throughout the globe. ‘It Feels Like’ is uplifting and feels familiar yet fresh at the same time. Closing out the EP is a cosmic affair with Jaymz Nylon’s Reshape of “Deeper Love’ that gets into your head to capture your heart and soul.
Blames Brown says that the “Space Time and Rhythms EP”, “was inspired by the grandness found in the small things that are usually taken for granted. Also in the quest for inner peace, self-understanding and the desire to just be free, mentality , physically and spiritually”.

Written and Produced by: Zeric Nichols aka Blames Brown
Mastered by James Thomas in the Nylon Studios
Published by Man Made Nylon Music / BMG Chrysalis
Executive producer: Jaymz Nylon
(p) & (c) 2017 Nylon Recordings/Nylon Trax

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“Conversations” w/ Nylon Trax Artist – Hoshin

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Nylon Trax has started “Conversations” a question and answer interview featuring Nylon Trax artists and collaborators.
“Conversions” proposes the same 10 questions to each artist but the focal point is not on the questions but what lies in their in-depth and inspiring answers.
Nylon Trax “Conversations”, putting a face on House Music…
Come get to know Hoshin the amazing Artist and Nylon Trax Family member!

Jaymz Nylon:  Would you please give the reader a little family background i.e.; Place of Birth, Current City you based in etc…
Hoshin:  Born in Montclaire, NJ. I was raised mainly on Whidbey Island, with three beautiful years in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. I moved to Seattle to study music at Seattle Pacific University. I’ve been here ever since.
Jaymz Nylon:  What are your short and long term goals?
Hoshin:  Short term goals: to utterly and completely enjoy each day. Long term goals: to build a body of work in music and fine art.

Jaymz Nylon:  Passions and/or interest aside from music?
Hoshin:  Painting has always been an interest of mine. I’ve done several large abstract paintings, and intend to make many, many more. I am also interested in natural medicine, and am exploring a career in Structural Integration and body work.
Jaymz Nylon:  Who has inspired you and why? It could be Artists, Bands, Activists, Politicians, Family Members, Teachers etc…
Hoshin:  I’ve been inspired by so many female musicians, and I’ve learned so much from them… I love Erykah Badu for the authenticity, personality, and style that is so infused in her art. Sade has been a picture of unwavering excellence, elegance, and poise. Nina Simone’s untamable spirit and raw emotion just fills me up. I love female musicians. There’s something about them.

Jaymz Nylon:  What message or advice you would like to give to music consumers/fans?
Hoshin:  Let music educate you, make you feel, and help you live, but remember that you are the most dangerous, most victorious, and most fulfilled when you live into who you are, not who you think you should be.
Jaymz Nylon:  Would you say that you lead a well-balanced life if so how do you stay centered? If not what changes would you make to achieve your desired result? Examples; Read more, exercise, better sleeping habits, more time with loved ones etc…
Hoshin:  I love to grow. In growing, balance looks more like flow; it looks like movement and steadiness in chaos. My faith does that for me. Right now I’m learning to capitalize on mornings— to create routine and habits that set me up for the rest of the day. That means that I’m eating well, listening to my physical body, and allowing the processing that I’ve done in my sleep to manifest on paper so that I can move on.
Jaymz Nylon:  Name 3 or more of your favorite self-produced/written tracks. Artist Name “Track Name” Label.
Hoshin:  I work exclusively in collaboration with others. I love it. Here are a couple of my favorite tracks that I’ve co-written:
The Cellar Door- “Clockwork Heart”
Cold Water Theater- “Never Have to Worry”

Jaymz Nylon:   Name 3 or more of your favorite tracks produced by others. Artist Name “Track Name” Label.
Hoshin:  1. Hiatus Kaitote- “Laputa” Flying Buddha Records
2. Robert Glasper Experiment- “Afro Blue” Blue Note Records 3. Little Dragon “Constant Surprises” Peacefrog Records
Jaymz Nylon:  Where would you like to live and why, City, Beach or Rural(Farm Area) etc…?
Hoshin:  As someone who grew up on an island, surrounded by sea, forest, field, and marsh— I want it all. I cherish the time I had on Whidbey… I enjoyed the beauty of the land, and the city was just an hour away.
Jaymz Nylon: What is more important, the sharing of music or the format in which music is shared?
Hoshin:  The sharing— it makes the music come alive. Art needs witnesses. Artists need witnesses.

“Conversations” w/Blames Brown

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Nylon Trax has started “Conversations” a question and answer interview featuring Nylon Trax artists and collaborators.
“Conversions” proposes the same 10 questions to each artist but the focal point is not on the questions but lies the in their in-depth and inspiring answers.
Nylon Trax “Conversations”, putting a face on House Music…

Introducing Nylon Trax veteran and amazing Artist/Producer  Zē a.k.a BLAMES BROWN.

Jaymz Nylon: Would you please give the reader a little family background i.e.; Place of Birth, Current City you based in etc…
Blames Brown: I’m Zē a.k.a BLAMES BROWN originally from Augusta Georgia.. The oldest of three . I currently reside in Atlanta ga. I relocated here in the mid 90’s

JN: What are your short and long term goals?
BB: I’d have to say in the way of short term goals , currently myself and my new group effort ( Electric Kollextive Groove) is to gain as much awareness as possible for our debut releases.. As far as long term I’d like to have a major distribution deal in place , a robust promotional budget and all facets in house ie; ( film, mixing mastering , graphic design , staging , sound , and lighting..) 60 acres , solar panels, 1000 free range chickens, 2 fresh water lakes stocked,10acre all organic farm.. Etc:-)

JN: Passions and/or interest aside from music?
BB: I’m an artist across the board. I initially attended college for graphic design and fine arts.. I have worked professionally as a chef .. I have a passion for food preparation and am very interested in organic farming and film production

JN: Who has inspired you and why? It could be Artists, Bands, Activists, Politicians, Family Members, Teachers etc…
BB: I would have to say I was most influence by the likes of James Brown , that is in part because he represented my home town world wide influencing all popular music to this day and because this proves it doesn’t matter where you’re from but what what’s in you and what you have to give.

JN: What message or advice you would like to give to music consumers/fans?
BB: I would have say first respect the craft and the sacrifices those who create it have made in order to do so . There are a lot of artist who have shared their talents with the world sacrificing their personal lives and the personal lives of their families only to meet their demise depleted and unfulfilled ..second realize that everything depends in everything , so the listeners’ support is Imperative.

JN: Would you say that you lead a well balanced life if so how do you stay centered? If not what changes would you make to achieve your desired result? Examples; Read more, exercise, better sleeping habits, more time with loved ones etc…
BB: I’d say for the most part I’m one that lives by moderation . I don’t eat pork, red meat , no liquor, no cigarettes , I run weekly, push ups and pull ups daily ,And I generally stay away from soft drinks. The other half of my balance comes from the mutual love and adoration of my two beautiful daughters.. They give my life purpose.

JN: Name 3 or more of your favorite self-produced tracks or releases. Artist Name “Track Name” Label.
BB: My 3 favs are as follows;
1.Love it when .. Off my debut on Nylon recordings .. Feat. Jaymz Nylon and Jay Rodriguez
2. Atlantic Deep by Zē! And Jean Dovy on Nylon Recordings
3. Fallen’ ( Electric Kollextive Groove ) on Hipacambus Recordings

JN: Name 3 or more of your favorite tracks produced by other. Artist Name “Track Name” Label.
BB: My 3 favs from others are as follows😊 ..
1. Kove ” love for you” more than Alot records
2. Rudimental ” spoons” Asylum records
3. Tourist feat. Will Heard ” I can’t keep up” Armada (4) promo

JN: Where would you like to live and why, City, Beach or
Rural(Farm Area)?
BB: I’d love to live in Brasil on a ranch that has direct beach access .. With that special someone .. And all the live stock and organic fruits and veggies..because where most desire fame , cars etc.. I desire to be independent . To me that has the redeeming qualities .

JN: What is more important, the sharing of music or the format in which music is shared?
Blames Brown: That’s a tuff one.. Because I believe that the thing that makes the sharing of music special is that it is best shared from a physical perspective rather than a virtual one. ” LONG LIVE VINYL”

 

 

 

Blames Brown “Profunda Encontros Meditação Música” Now Available on Traxsource


Blames Brown’s Nylon Trax debut EP “Profunda Encontros Meditação Música” is directly inspired by his frequent travels to Brazil a still developing country that was also the destination to a larger number of enslaved Africans. While amongst the these resilient peoples Blames noticed that no matter how dire the situation Afro Brazilians have a certain love for life, expression, culture and a support for their country even in the face of wealth disparity and the lack of resources.

This EP features “Até o Poço Seca” which includes a sidereal Jaymz Nylon Afrotech Remix and the Bossa Nova inspired “Brasilia”. Blames Brown’s track “Até o poço seca’ translates to mean “press on until the well runs dry” which is often said as Afro Brazilians continue the fight for freedom and equality. Brown is greatly moved, humbled and inspired by the spirit of the Brazilian people whom preserve and make the best of their situation believing that it is very important to have a message and meaning when it comes to artistic expression. Blames Brown says, “This is a small stitch in the great tapestry of Life”…

Written and Produced by: Zeric Nichols aka Blames Brown
Mastered by James Thomas in the Nylon Studio
Published by Man Made Nylon Music / BMG Chrysalis
Executive producer: Jaymz Nylon
(p) & (c) 2015 Nylon Recordings

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