Cleopatra Patel

Missouri power trio Dark Below are continuing their Breakout year with new single ‘Hate Being Human’. The song was produced by Malcolm Springer (Matchbox 20, Collective Soul, Fear Factory) and Jason Schrick for JPS Productions at East Iris Studios in Nashville. Noted music manager Jeff Hanson (Creed, Alter Bridge, Paramore, Sevendust) has joined the team to help
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The critically lauded and increasingly popular Swedish country singer/songwriter miQa.el’s new single “Walking Medicine” isn’t just something new. It’s a gauntlet the artist once known as Hicks throws down for his audience announcing that a different chapter has opened in his personal and artistic life. This single pushes the style to its limits while still
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No matter what your taste in music is, there’s no arguing that autumn has a unique sound, different from pretty much any other time of year. For many country music fans, autumn is all about bonfire beats, old-fashioned swing rhythms, and the occasional burst of cathartic, overdriven twang, but singer/songwriter Jeremy Parsons wants to put
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Of Limbo/Big Panda Records. Long Beach, CA Rockers Of Limbo have released a raucous & fun new track and video, ‘Let’s Go’.  Known for high energy, on the brink of out-of-control live shows, they create an electric atmosphere that is infectious – making it impossible not to have a good time. The band is racing forward and ready to move to another level with their career. Of Limbo says “The song started with the riff and everything just fell into
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The Century Family Records. Alt.Pop artist Little Hurt is heading out on a co-headlining tour with Hembree to support his new single ‘Buttercup’ . The song is a compact, clever nugget of pristine pop-rock perfection that features longtime friend The Ready Set on guest vocals. ‘Buttercup’ offers a frank confession of romantic uncertainty and insecurity — set to a funky backbeat, pulsing
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“Late at night as I lie in bed, melodies are dancin’ ‘round in my head; words and phrases begin to flow, I try to sleep but I can’t let go (oh no no.)” Adam Randy’s first song in over a decade, titled “Another Song,” opens with a line as self-aware as its choice of title.
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Cutting into the central harmony that supplies “I Just Want to Love You” with its greatest vitality, a brisk but boldly colorful melodicism is here to tie every eccentric element in Project Grand Slam’s sound together. This isn’t the first time that Robert Miller has delivered something ambitious in subtle packaging, but while the anticipation
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When hailing from Toronto, you’re a band with plenty of hometown heroes. Historically, the biggest band to call Toronto their home might be Rush, but the list runs long with other massive groups — you’ll obviously also have to add The Band to the list. Indie darlings Broken Social Scene and Metric can still be
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You won’t find any of the inauthentic props that have become commonplace in pop music in David Raybuck’s new song “The Pathway.” You also won’t find any false foundations, like synthetic harmonies or a badly recycled rhythm, in the song’s parent album, The Prodigal. Fake admissions are nowhere to be heard in the lyricism, and when
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Songs composed in the name of inspiration are too often relegated to niche categories that don’t do their narratives justice at all, but in the case of Lavendine’s “Finding My Way Home,” the new single from this Oklahoma-based pop duo is simply too intriguing to be left on the shelf by critics and audiences alike.
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Modern Rock powerhouse Messer are sharing their empowering new single ‘Unfvckwitable’, the follow-up to their Top 40 Active Rock song “Hope In This World’.  Known for their catchy hooks and high energy live performances, they continue to build their career as a truly independent Rock band. The band says “Unfvckwitable” is a state of being. It’s the conscious
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PTtheGospelSpitter is, arguably, one of the more unusual monikers I have come across listening to music in recent years, especially for a performer so steeped in R&B and gospel traditions. It is ultimately just a name, however. The performer behind that handle, Ashante P.T. Stokes, earned the right to call himself whatever he liked long
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Global Rock band Sick Puppies are collaborating with ESPN/ESPN+ to launch their new single ‘Ready Steady Go’, a cover of the Paul Oakenfold hit song.  The music will be used in National Hockey League (NHL) on ESPN promos on all their platforms through the end of 2022. Watch the initial ESPN promo spot here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjqWaQg9OMs The intense, driving
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Summoning the spirit of 2000’s hardcore, Dallas, Texas band Nygma has established a reputation for surrealistic lyrics, unorthodox guitar melodies, unpredictable shifts in tempo and rhythm, and wild stage presence. Burnie, Colten, and Caleb have been playing music together for close to 16 years, they’ve been in other bands together as well as touring the US multiple
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AV Super Sunshine has been rocking the American underground for a minute now, but in his new single ”Scarecrow,” I think he makes it pretty obvious that he’s starting to outgrow the insularities of his indie scene. There’s a restlessness to his vocal in “Scarecrow” that is the opposite of off-putting; it actually feels like
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Minimalism doesn’t have to sound particularly barren in chamber pop and psychedelic music, and if I had to judge based on the looks of his new album, I would have to say that Sun King Rising is out to make this statement law with the release of the brilliantly simple Signs & Wonders this October. Though the
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In the ideal rock album, the guitars are doing as much of the talking as any of the lyrics are, and this is the case with the new LP Justice Now from Barista. Although there’s something to be said for the poetic concepts in “The Night Train” and “Breath,” it’s ultimately the fretwork that does
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Recording artist turned producer, Joseph Maresca, looks a bit like a highly connected event organizer. He just happens to be a talented musician and composer as well. His latest offering, “Mighty Mighty South Beach,” while not necessarily high art, is nonetheless a lot of fun. Joseph pays tribute to his favorite place in the world,
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