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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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Matthew John releases “The Best of Matthew John”

Written by on 16 July 2019

Matthew John has a lot on his mind in The Best of Matthew John, and in the song “Shine for Me,” the rising star among indie singer/songwriters takes a few minutes to air out his thoughts on self-empowerment in a way that few pop vocalists have in recent memory. “You are my star up in […]

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“Endless” the new single from Still G & Slapy

Written by on 16 July 2019

A formidable synth melody staggers its way into view against a backdrop of darkness in the first few moments that greet us in “Endless,” the new single from Still G & Slapy. It doesn’t take long for these talented Italian rappers, who are represented by the elite THOMAS Music & Arts’ Genialsong Group, to find […]

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Chris Douglas Debut Single Ain’t Getting Any Younger

Written by on 16 July 2019

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/5EsOQJiNbqw81mdU3uBOoQ?si=wT-LV9l7TtOUkh3fn7A-Hg No matter what your personal taste in music is, there’s definitely no arguing that summer has its own unique sound, different from pretty much any other time of year. For country music fans, summer is all about bonfire beats, old fashioned swing rhythms and the occasional burst of cathartic, overdriven twang, all of […]

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Exclusive Interview with Kendra Muecke

Written by on 15 July 2019

Kendra Muecke is an artist, songwriter, singer and author on the move.  Currently residing in Los Angeles, we caught up with Kendra to learn more about her upcoming projects and summertime plans.  Read on!   Thank you for joining us Kendra, could you take a few minutes to tell our readers more about your beginnings […]

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Wilhelm releases “Carpet” single

Written by on 15 July 2019

Hiding in the shadows. Creeping through the darkness. Coming up behind us when we’re least expecting it. Singer/songwriter Wilhelm’s soft, eloquent vocal follows listeners as we wander down a sonic alleyway shrouded in black in “Carpet,” one of the cornerstone tracks of his new album Lace, which is out now and available everywhere that independent music […]

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The Lost Millions drop EP

Written by on 15 July 2019

The ominous bassline of “See the Light” claws its way into the mix as The Lost Millions kick off their all-new extended play, Novellas Dantes, but its menacing, confident strut is only an appetizer for the deluge of distortion that’s about to come barreling out. Galloping drums usher us into a full-color spectacle of rebellious riff […]

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Ronin releases debut single

Written by on 11 July 2019

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/5EA6FSQuQ489bOrdCvJRSN 2019 has been a really interesting and diverse year for pop music. From hip-hop to R&B, alternative rock and even experimentalists in ambient and avant-garde music, there’s a lot for discriminating audio buffs to be excited about at the moment, and in an ironic twist, underground upstart Ronin is releasing a song that […]

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