It’s no question that we hawks love to support the underground, so when we heard about the Throwin’ Elbows showcases from The Rave Mind, we had to show some love. Throwin’ Elbows Thursday is a weekly curated show that hosts and promotes any and all underground talent.
From our community to you
The minds of AuZü, Dashi, Make It Bump Music, and Disruptive at Kseno Records have come together to form The Rave Mind. Encouraging fans to expand their minds, and maybe their music taste as well. Handpicking artists who send their work over in forms on EPK’s. They sort through these submissions, determine genre, then curate them to the showcase date that suits their sound. Right now, they stream roughly 50-90 viewers, depending on acts. So this is your call to action; if you’re sleeping on Throwin’ Elbows Thursday – wake up.
The work this group of music lovers put into each showcase is evident. Not only is each lineup personally curated weeks in advance, but each event also has a special flyer and promo video that are rendered professionally by AuZü himself. The Rave Mind wants to highlight as many up and comers as possible and are still taking submissions. We’ll link the application form here for anyone interested.
Another installation of Throwin’ Elbows Thursday is going down tomorrow (March 25th) on Kseno Records Twitch channel. This week they are warming us up for the Spring Rising Virtual Music Festival happening this Friday and Saturday on Plurific’s Twitch. Geebstone kicks off this ultimate pre-party at 7 PM EST. Grab all your favorite pre-game supplies and tune in!
Looking for new music? Keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Hunts. Updated every Friday with all the latest releases. Whether it’s Chef Boyarbeatz, all your favorite artists, some old-school, or underground…we just want you to hear it.
March is Women’s History Month. This is an opportunity to celebrate successes and also acknowledge struggles women face across the world. If you’re looking to support organizations that educate on women’s health, gender/workplace equity, and more, then look here.