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“Yesterday’s News” kicks off Rob Alexander’s third album Dream Out Loud with an irrepressible bounce. It has an inviting mood, without question, but some may be dissatisfied with the brittle slashing guitar chords, but I believe it dovetails into the song’s overall demeanor. Alexander’s vocal tone has its own unique flavor unlike many in modern pop music
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Raquel Kiaraa is almost intimidatingly impressive. A true multihyphenate artist in her own right, this singer/songwriter/actress/coach/poet has had her hands in what seems like a little of everything. At 32 deciding to try her hand at singing and learning piano and a way to integrate her natural skills as a poet into their next logical
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Ladies and gentlemen, Mac is back! Hughie Mac, known for his comprehensive albums of familiar standards, classics, and hits all titled some variant of “Sings Some Great Songs,” returns to the frontlines of classy music covers with his fourth stab at the concept. Standing tall at a whopping seventy-minute runtime, Hughie Mac Sings Some Great
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What has been the highlight of 2021 so far?  Today I was interviewed on my hometown news station Living East Tennessee the tv show. It meant so much to me because growing up all I wanted was for people in my hometown to understand my vision for myself. In the past I was too shy to
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Conceptz have seemingly captured lightning in a bottle, once again, on their new single, “Drippin And Drownin.” Though the song is slightly out of the box, it is incredibly well arranged, and MC, HighRowGlyphFix, once again delivers a stellar performance. Conceptz make cerebral Hip Hop, that is cleverly formatted to showcase the exceptional skills of
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Few things distinguish the success of Vineet’s new single “Jab the World” than its impressive placement on the Digital Radio Tracker Top 50 Rock Airplay Chart. Reaching number twelve as of current writing outpaces current releases from other musical luminaries such as Greta Van Fleet, Slipknot’s lead singer Corey Taylor, and System of a Down,
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What was a childhood dream of yours?  I had an incredibly overactive imagination, so there were a lot of them! My biggest ambition was probably an astronaut or pilot. I wanted to fly, and it’s still a bucket-list goal of mine. Who do you turn to when you need someone most?  My mom. I was
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Hi 2 Four! Thanks for being here today!  Thank you for having me!  Is it harder to write or produce a song?  I’ve done both and both are fairly difficult but songwriting is a beast. There is a reason most mainstream songs have multiple writers and some of your favorites don’t even write. I think
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Y’all are so talented and cool! More music soon?  Thank you and thank you so much for hosting this interview! More music is in the works for sure. We’re working on a couple singles which will come out this year alongside some music videos. We’re also working on our first full length album which will come out
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Good grooves, solid rhymes and a generally chill vibe that carries from one melodic backing track to the next. What more do you need in a contemporary hip-hop debut? If you’re DICI, the answer – quite literally – is nothing else, and he shows us this without hesitation in his self-titled greenhorn EP. Comprised of
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Hi Olivia! Thanks for being here!! Do you have a favorite holiday song? Of my own would be my latest Christmas song “Secret Santa” and from someone else would be “This Christmas” by Chris Brown! If you could choose anyone to make you dinner, who would it be and why? Probably my brother! He’s a great
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Working what feels like a top-heavy synth pop track into an industrial but undeniably psychedelic-tinged rap song that could pass for club music might sound like a tall order for most artists, but for HEwas and Afroman, it would appear all too easy in their new collaborative single “Wholething.” Although steeped in much of the
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In today’s fast-paced world, the most provocative individuals among us tend to be the multi-hyphenates, and in the case of author-motivator-model-entrepreneur-actress (and proud New Yorker) Sharon “Champagne” Terry, covering all the bases has never been optional. Champagne’s most recent work, a pair of urban fiction releases in The Goddess of Lust, Love & Infatuation Part 1 and Blissful
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Hi Beth! Thank you for being here!  We are obsessed with your fashion style! How do you stay so current?  Well, thank you! I stay current through watching runway shows, attending music festivals, and, most importantly, staying creative in my fashion. What do you think goes into the perfect outfit?  I’m very much a “dress from
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2020 has been a crazy year without question, but it’s also been a year in which we’ve seen one of the better summers for indie pop fans collectively experienced in the new millennium. Amidst a season of pure isolation for most of the world’s recording artists, incredible material has begun to come out of the
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Fast, furious and packing far more of a sonic punch than most anything I’ve heard out of the mainstream lately, Jupiter in Velvet’s “Not Again” is definitely one of the more brutish moments to behold in Punk Goes the Velvet, but I wouldn’t say it’s the lone track sporting some muscle in this latest EP from
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Who or what is the “Invisible Stranger?” For that Matter who and what are The PondHawks? An indie group out of Chicago, The PondHawks are one of music’s best kept secret treasures. Their release of “Invisible Stranger” serves to make them even more valuable to the music industry as well as to the history of
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