CMND.CTRL -Creating Emotion With Ambient Sounds

One of the best uses for music is to create emotion.  It is an artist’s job to create a feeling within the listener.  A talented musician is able to cover all the bases and find sounds that reach deep into the brain to conjure up anything from relaxation to rage.  Our recent discovery CMND.CTRL seems
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Alexa Wilding Wows with Celestial Folk EP

Coming from someone who considers herself a somewhat hip chick, Alexa Wilding is far cooler than me. Called “one of music’s hippest chicks” by The New York Post (alongside Florence Welch, mind you) and “the neo-Stevie Nicks” by The New York Times, the critically acclaimed folk singer-songwriter has just released her third album, Wolves. Despite being
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Blacklighter EP – Raw Soul from Real Musicians

In this so-called digital age, things are steadily becoming easier to make. Music is no exception. What once required a full studio band can now be made in someone’s bedroom with software on a laptop. However, in minimalizing the effort of crafting music, we may have accidentally forgotten about the intrinsic quintessence of live instrumentation.
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Noon Pacific // 201 Reviewed

Once a week at roughly 12pm Pacific Standard Time on Monday, a gentleman by the name of Clark Dinnison releases a mixtape of 10 carefully curated songs that are making big waves on his radar. This is Noon Pacific. Noon Pacific // 201 “Stop Us” by SIYYU — This track is basically a distillation of
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