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With influences that range from Nine Inch Nails to Dolly Parton, and a touch of Lana Del Rey thrown in for good measure – genre bending Outlaw Pop artist DEVORA has released a new EP “God Is Dead” via Tiger Tone Records / [PIAS]. The EP contains four songs, with previously unreleased track “Bonesaw” leading the way. DEVORA says of the ominously
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Damir A. Romano and Mark A. Wagner’s agency is called A-DOT Media, and as its decidedly artsy christening suggests – it’s all about supporting the unconventional artist in the modern, consumerist, cultural and entertainment-based markets. Romano and Wagner’s genius in my opinion is their finding ways to have decidedly left-turn, avant-garde artists and designers channel
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Louis Siciliano’s Ancient Cosmic Truth highlights four tracks from the renowned Italian composer. He has set a new standard for modern jazz fusion and couples intriguing synthesizer textures into the form. The presence of former Weather Report percussionist Alex Acuña testifies to the foundational influence in his work, but it goes further than that. Siciliano’s work attempts to
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There’s something so undeniably earnest and unforgettable about a great country track. With Ricky Forest’s new single “Honey Please Come Home,” it scratches every itch regarding the genre and then some. It’s a heartfelt love track with fantastic instrumentals and a gorgeous voice at its core, but there’s a tinge of comedy in the lyrics
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Coming from a multicultural family, Chantara grew up speaking five languages in her household. Being an only child in her family, she found solace in music. She first discovered her voice and music in elementary school. She was so excited about her music class. She listened to latin pop as she grew up. Latin pop became her strongest influence in her musical upbringing. The single “Distant Star” was written when
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Jennifer Alvarado is an international recording artist from Vale, North Carolina and has amassed over 1 million streams on Spotify alone. Her first EP project titled ”Playing with Fire” was released in April 2021. a Country pop EP titled “Songbird: Part One” in July 2022.  “Songbird” is a two part collection of songs that shows
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Trevor James is a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter from the Pocono Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania. Trevor’s love for music arose from his time playing in high school bands with friends (initially with the sole intent of trying to impress the ladies), though he soon found himself feeling a genuine passion for writing, recording, and performing music. Upon
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For designer Emily Daccarett fashion and music cannot be separated. Daccarett creates an immersive world of storytelling through music, film, and fashion. Each artistic direction begins with a beat that forms a story. From the start of her brand, she has fused those worlds together, creating a symbiotic flow between the two. So great to have you for our interview today
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Vienna CC has been steadily reaching a wider and wider audience with each new single release. His latest song “Here Comes the Attraction” will likely be his most successful release yet and features all of the elements defining his past singles in full flower. If he isn’t at his peak, he’s nearing it. It isn’t
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Brenda Carsey is a Los Angeles-based vocalist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. Her music has been described as brilliant, timeless, playful, and larger than life R&B/Soul and Progressive Pop. Carsey delivers an engaging, energetic show, with her unmistakably unique sound rooted in the classic pop diaspora. Carsey’s voice is uninhibited with a virtuosic range, mixing a
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While it can be said that there isn’t a moment of her sophomore LP in which she isn’t singing her heart out, there’s something very special about Christine Hand in the climactic chorus of the song “Take it Slow,” one of the eleven charming tracks featured on her new album Standing on the Shoulders. In Standing on
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Embracing conventionality in any manner is essentially taking the easy way out in any genre these days, but few prove this notion true quite as emphatically as Elektragaaz does in The Synaesthetic Picture Show: Part 6. Comprised of noisy bastions of electronica and progressive songcraft in “Death and the Gunfighter,” “The Forge of the Red Horseman,”
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The solo endeavor of singer/songwriter Lear Mason, Some Days Are Darker illustrates a rich soundscape colored by hues of love, loss, and rebirth, an era-ambiguous amalgamation of goth-rock gloom and modern-day crooner. Thank you for the new music! Please drop the link to the new music here:  SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/1klSLJE6ikboKHKzu6CO6F?si=6eFuvqEgRrewMZ8H193A3A What is the importance of lyrical
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Emerging vocalist Dianña returns with a Christmas song that’s elegant, poised, and deeply musical. It likewise captures the holiday spirit with any of the hack cliches so many disparage in the music. It follows her recent single “Hands” and shows another side of this fantastic talent. Produced by Grammy nominated mixer/producer Mark Needham who has
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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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