Cleopatra Patel

It’s important to remember that Arun O’Connor spent a decade and change fronting a popular cover band. Small Feet did not limit themselves to playing one kind of music and his originals are the same as he spreads his stylistic wings on Songs from the Reading Room. The dozen songs on his debut album certainly favor
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Film & TV Sync Superstar Nick Phoenix work on movie trailers has soundtracked the worlds of ‘Star Trek’, ‘The Avengers,’ ‘Batman’, ‘Harry Potter,’ and more. Now, he’s returning to his first love –  Rock ’N’ Roll – with the release of new album ‘Wide World’, which features members of Death Cab For Cutie and John Mayer’s band.
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Mama Proud is the heartwarming and soothing new album from Annette Adler. Blending the magic of Folk music with classic Americana Mama Proud is an album that will get you moving and memories stirring. Adler has always found a way to keep music in her life no matter what point she’s been at in her
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With “All My Love” and “Tomorrow Never Comes,” Morten Nygaard established a certain following that doesn’t happen from quality songwriting or even decent performing on their own. When he sings these two singles, he gives us an opening into his soul that is hard to replicate when you don’t have the caliber of talent he
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Atlanta’s Jordan Asher Armstrong’s rebranding as The Great Lands steers the singer/songwriter in a Neil Young/Bob Dylan-inspired direction. Open ears, however, will hear strands and smatterings of other voices as well. The Great Lands is far from a tribute act or imitation, however, and the proof is where it should be. In the songs. 1400 Piedmont,
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Ronnue established his brand as one of the more reliable in the Northwest underground not too long ago after a string of popular hits on the indie circuit, and in his new role as producer for up and comer Lisa G. Allen, his legacy of detail-oriented craftsmanship only gets stronger. Allen is a formidable vocalist
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Ora Nadrich’s new book is titled Mindfulness & Mysticism: Connecting Present Moment Awareness with Higher States of Consciousness. As the title would suggest, the book encapsulates a distinctly Eastern-influenced, Buddhist and meditative set of spiritual practices, presented by Nadrich in a refreshingly straightforward manner. ABOUT ORA NADRICH: https://www.oranadrich.com/ There’s never a sense she’s trying to
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From the retro pop balladry of “Above Water” to the more buoyant melodies of “Calling My Angels,” Alex Krawczyk has a lot to share as a singer/songwriter in her new album Le Olam. Her voice is the guiding light through the darkness – represented by the absence of indulgence behind her – and there’s rarely an
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Easy-going country music tends to pair well with the spring, and in his debut EP Written in Whiskey, singer/songwriter Larry Jay presents us with the cool n’ simple solution to the first rays of a new season. Written in Whiskey is a record built upon its carefree swing, both balladic and sterling in nature, and although it occasionally
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Delivered with a passion that can’t be faked into existence no matter how dedicated the player might be, Corey Stapleton’s vocal leads a charge toward climactic bliss in the new album Sea Change that is unlike any other you’re going to hear this spring. Rather than approaching this debut LP with the same formula a lot of
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Rosie Dean’s already working diligently on a follow-up but her EP debut All Grown Up isn’t your typical pop fluff. This is a driven human being behind these songs who, before the age of thirty-five, helms her own multimedia corporation as Chief Operating Officer of CK Productions and its branches, a prestigious Drama degree from New York
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The fourth single from AV Super Sunshine’s album ARTROCK (Victor House Records) is out now – “Judas” is inspired by one of Jesus’ 12 Apostles. Tragic as the story is, AV Super Sunshine challenges and wins the listener’s approval with this sobering pop track. Even those words seem to be in opposition to this chilling song. While
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Bernadett isn’t interested in conforming to what you think a violinist’s role should be. Her connection with this mainstay of classical music extends far past the borders of that form and possesses the necessary versatility to successfully incorporate a wider sound. The two recordings included on her release Redemption aren’t rock, classical, or any easy
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I always frown or grumble a little when I read some supposedly sage article about how hip-hop and pop have likely displaced rock’s cultural currency. They say no one under the age of thirty-five cares about three chords and the truth, the style long ago succumbed to its artistic limitations, there are no rock stars
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Rob Alexander has never shied away from the big grooves in pop, and his new single “Yesterday’s News” is decidedly one of the more rhythm-oriented works included on his latest album. Powered by a funky guitar part that doubles as the perfect accessory to the percussion, this is Alexander’s most beat-happy song to be released
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There’s been a staggering number of interesting new rock songs debuting through the pandemic, and while it hasn’t done much for the live concert circuit, this has started to feel like a new era for studio recording. Throwing their hats into the ring as a rock band this spring are FiveDFit, whose new single “Super
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Originally from Los Angeles, 3B Rich now plies their trade in Las Vegas, as a Jackson 5 tribute act. The Motown Extreme Show is their day job, but their real passion is their impending record. Much like The Jackson 5, the brothers that comprise 3B Rich come from a musical family. Their father was also
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Determination is required to make it in the pop genre, and really any form of music today, and when listening to the new single “I Decided” from President Hill, it’s clear that this is an artist who has what it takes to break out of his scene. Although defined by certain aesthetical insularities that very
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