Artists & Songwriters
If Rap and Rage Against the Machine had a love child... Bazerk would be it!
ChromeOrange Music's newest find, Bazerk, is a blend of metal and hip-hop, with reminiscences of
Rage Against the Machine, Limp Bizkit, and early Red Hot Chili Peppers. Their recently-released
cover of Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff" is one not to be missed. And check out the hip-hip version by
lead singer Zu Tha Great One, too. We couldn't decide which version we liked better,
so we're being daring enough to work with Zu to promote both simultaneously.
Stay tuned to this page for more new music in the days ahead!
Light and Dark Vol. 2
Guitarist/composer/producer/studio musician and former Omnimusic composer Lazarus Crow comes to ChromeOrange Music with a library of over 200 musical compositions. His previous musical works have been licensed in the U.S. and in a number of foreign countries, including Australia, Belgium, Great Britain, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, China (Hong Kong), Ireland, Israel, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands/Holland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Venezuela, and can be heard worldwide on television networks and programs such as National Geographic Explorer, the E! Entertainment Network, Court TV/Smoking Gun Year End TV Special, Turner South/Southern Living Presents, Ski Magazine's Winter Sportscast Show, ESPN, LPGA Golf, Hidden Room, Sky 1/Critical, PBS/Invisible Soldiers--Unheard Voices, Univision/Primer Impacto, Maury Povitch, Telemundo/12 Corazones, Telemundo/Invasion Casera, Telemundo/Protagonistas de la Fama, and in themed spaces such as the Planet Hollywood Mall of America.
Lazarus Crow's two releases on ChromeOrange Music, Light and Dark Vol. 1 and Light and Dark Vol. 2, comprise a total of 20 instrumental musical compositions of diverse genres and moods that incorporate his wide span of influences, including rock, metal, new age, world, orchestral, soundscapes, synthesized rhythmicity, emotional chaos, urban, pop and post-atomic beats. His cover of the classic Genesis song "Ripples" is already getting great reviews.
Lazarus Crow is also currently laying down guitar parts and guest lead vocal tracks for fellow ChromeOrange artist, Future of Ecstasy, and has performed at Ramfest at Farmingdale State College, 89 North in Patchogue, Long Island, and in New York City at The Delancy and Desmond's Tavern.
Visit the Lazarus Crow website at www.lazaruscrow.com
View more Lazarus Crow videos on his YouTube Channel!
Electronica/Experimental/Visual; Mid-fi rattling parts.
FrammiS is Industriotheque at its best!
It's not often that a Long Island native can give the Nashville boys a run for their money. But, Koenig's Road delivers that—and more—with songs that are destined to stand the test of time. From "Love Supermarket" to "Looking for Mr. Goodbye"
to "Sweet Thang" to "Best Things in Life," Koenig's Road lives up to its reputation as
The Best Damn Country North of Nashville™.
Lead singer Bob Koenig, a seasoned singer/songwriter rooted in the power-pop era of the 1980s, has amassed a fan base in the physical world and in the virtual realm—a wide demographic that spans elementary school-aged kids to octogenarians. The secret to that wide market appeal is Koenig's Road's classic country roots blended with twists of
rock and power pop and backed by a kinetic songwriting team and rustically-slick production.
"This is really damn good."
~ Radio host Rob Leonard, following the premier of
"Love Supermarket" on 90.3 WHPC-FM
Of Onyx brings you Neuvo-Classic R&B™—classic R&B melodies coupled with lyrics that tell eloquent stories of love, romance, heartbreak, and hope. If you've longed for R&B that reminds you of the 70’s soul greats, with twists of Luther Vandross-type vocals, neo-soul, and Gospel sprinkled in for good measure, Of Onyx gives you all that—and more—with songs you will want to listen to over and over and over again.