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Exclusive Interview with CLO

Written by on 5 August 2019

Singer, songwriter CLO joins us for an insightful look into her studio days with multi platinum producer, Warren Huart and her plans into 2020.Thank you for this interview opportunity, please share with us how you developed your unique pop sound and when did you become an artist, officially?! Hello, and thank you for chatting with […]

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Exclusive Interview with Mark & The Tiger

Written by on 2 August 2019

Mark And The Tiger deliver pure magic with upcoming new singles and a meaningful mission. Below is our exclusive Interview with him. Hi Mark And The Tiger.  Please tell us what the band name means! Well, it’s one of those stories that is ultimately deep and meaningful but originates from some pretty shallow and ridiculous […]

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Rebecca Binnendyk’s radiant new release

Written by on 2 August 2019

URL: https://www.rebeccabinnendyk.com/ Like the bright sunlight that breaks through the overcast skies we see in the first few frames of the music video for “Brick by Brick,” singer Rebecca Binnendyk’s radiant lead vocal slashes through the darkness whilst depicting its hollow loneliness with her words in her latest release. There’s a lot of color in […]

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GREYE “What If I”

Written by on 1 August 2019

Rock, Pop and Adult Contemporary are only three ways to slice multi-talented GREYE, from Daytona, Florida. “What If I” only shows one side of them, but it’s a laced together sound that starts from classic country and rock, easy listening and just about everything else that can be played to demanding fans of anything musically […]

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Ronnue releases one of the most evocative albums of the year

Written by on 28 July 2019

Fusing elements of G-funk, classic hip-hop and a modern strain of R&B swagger, Seattle’s Ronnue turns in one of the most evocative underground urban pop albums of the year in his latest release, the aptly titled Introduction 2 Retro-Funk, which is out now everywhere that independent music is sold and streamed. Songs like “Be Your […]

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CEEM’s new single “Better Than That”

Written by on 27 July 2019

Atonal white noise comes blaring out of the silence flanked with a robotic melody that claws its way to the surface of the mix in the opening bars of CEEM’s new single “Better Than That,” and it isn’t but ten seconds into this latest release from the critically acclaimed, Seattle-based songwriter that we find ourselves […]

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Charley Young divvies out the daring summer rhythm

Written by on 21 July 2019

Charley Young divvies out the daring summer rhythm that we’ve been waiting for in her latest melodic masterpiece of club melodies, the sterling “Hold the Moon,” which is racking up quite a slew of accolades for the young beat-maker at the moment. “Hold the Moon” is a simple, three and a half minute club jam […]

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Microcosms’ new single “Forget Us”

Written by on 21 July 2019

“How can you find legitimate piece of mind?” begs the opening lyric of Microcosms’ new single “Forget Us” in a lead vocal that’s been stained with angst-ridden frustration. The focused attack of these verses is one of the only points of streamlined consistency in this song, which I would absolutely deem to be Microcosms’ most […]

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Biglemoi releases Permanent Vacation EP

Written by on 18 July 2019

In a fog of acoustic guitars and a mischievous bottom-end tonality, we discover a vocal that is as light as a feather in “Other Side,” the closing finale in Biglemoi’s interestingPermanent Vacation EP. In my first examination of Permanent Vacation, this was the song that got my attention the most; it’s drifting melodies and swanky, muted groove […]

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Initial Mass is Bending Light

Written by on 16 July 2019

With crushing force, Initial Mass’ Bending Light comes bursting out of the silence with “Killing Heroes,” one of the album’s more consistent and well-rounded tracks. In this explosive stadium-rocker, the riffs take all of the spotlight away from a rollicking drumbeat, with the vocal holding everything together in a sleek, streamlined arrangement of verses. As we transition […]

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