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Whether fragile in the intimate “Insanity Was Throwing a Party” or more jovial in the swinging “Dear Facebook,” Neal Fox’s voice is always a focal point in his new album Unhinged, and it doesn’t take much more than a single sit down with this LP’s tracklist to understand what I’m talking about. Rather than trying
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You guys are really unique! Where does that come from? Edem: Living life and being lucky. As artists and musicians, we channel all our conscious and subconscious thoughts, emotions, and acumen into our art. It’s what we do. It’s natural and necessary for us. We serve. Brett: I’m glad to hear you think we’re unique. Life would
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India is a country that has experienced something of a restorative and revitalized period in recent years. The region continues to see growth in a variety of ways. In Kiara Chettri, we may have found one of India’s best kept secrets, until now. With an Ariana Grande/Christina Aguilera like vocal range, Kiara Chettri is only
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Marla Lewis is anything but predictable. The idea that someone with an established reputation as a performer of children’s material would take an one hundred eighty degree turn into smooth jazz would likely produce an incredulous reaction from any sane listener. Lewis, nonetheless, proves she is a bit of a stylistic chameleon with the ability
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1st Klase, AKA Klase Gonzales, released his sophomore album “Trapikal Gawd II” on September 17th. 1st Klase is a renowned Caribbean producer and songwriter, based in Trinidad and Tobago. The album explores different aspects of storytelling and sheds light on the lives of youth living in the Caribbean ghettos. It’s full of infectious Hip Hop
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Rob Jankowski’s highly anticipated new film “Attached: Paranormal” is being released in over 60 countries OnDemand via Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft, The Dish Network and Google Play on October 26th, 2021. Rob Jankowski is a triple threat in this Paranormal/Horror Thriller, as writer, director and star of this new entry in the genre. Jankowski’s
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Hi Gotaflika, thanks for chatting today. Let’s start with a tough question, what is your favorite song that you’ve made to date? All my songs are my favorite but I can say to you that the most favorite one has not been written yet. What has been the highlight of your music career so far?
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A cresting drumbeat and soft but searing vocals are ready to come undone shortly after pressing play on the new single “Overwhelming” from rock artist Riku, but while the chemistry they have in this intro to the song is quite stirring, I would be lying if I said it eclipsed that of the lyrical and
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Wendy Stuart and Steven Bloomer-Teague will be hosting TriVersity Talk this Thursday at 7 PM ET with featured guest Michael Iannucci.  TriVersity Talk! is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn. TriVersity Talk! Is
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“WTF? Where’s the Fun?” is the latest single from songwriter/vocalist Vineet, a performative polymath of a kind who’s never heard a musical genre he doesn’t like. We haven’t heard a heavy metal track from Vineet yet though and probably never will. His funk driven new single never sounds like an uncomfortable stab into foreign territory,
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Music like this is medicine right now. The world thinks it begin coming up for air after drowning for over a year only to be swept away, at least in part, by unseen waves. There’s no doubt countless families and individuals are reeling from unthinkable losses. A song entitled “Happiness” for some, may sound like
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Lazily glaring at us from beneath the shadows, the guitar strings that introduce “Trump Funk” are no greater an instrumental force than those they will come to be joined by in this prime cut off of Head Fake Vs Dub Fu Masters, but the early glimpse into cerebral madness they provide is irreplaceable here. Head Fake
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As much as a beat can convey on its own, big rhythm tends to respond even more to a powerhouse vocal than it does something on the softer side, and it’s hard to argue with that in the new single “Down Crazy” by Gigi Vega. Stylistically resembling hip-hop’s poppier side whilst borrowing melodic frills from
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Navigating the ridges of a stirring rhythm in “Your Story,” it becomes clear to the listener early on in this selection from Let the Light In, Vol. 2 that we’re not dealing with the Chris Donohoe of the 2010s anymore. This singer/songwriter isn’t much for the flashiness of his mainstream rivals, and when given the opportunity he
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Billy Jeter’s passionate vision of the human experience, Shine Eye Landing, is going to be one of the defining works of his career, and a highlight for country and folk fans looking for something singing with heart this year. It’s a lean half-hour record that wastes no time and on a musical structure feels almost
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Just listening to Brooke Josephson’s singing can introduce you to the angelic qualities she has as an artist, but in the video for her new single “Rainbow,” these qualities are realized visually in a way that only complements the emotion in the song. While not quite as elaborate a document as the composition is on
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