Virginmarys Marry Alt with Punk, Metal

The Virginmarys certainly pack a punch with the release of their sophomore LP Divides. Hailing from Macclesfield, England, the three-piece rock band create a politically conscious album that’s as much in your face as it is honest. Influenced by the sounds of the British rock revolution with a hint of modern punk, Divides is an
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Ben de la Cour — a Young Americanoir Troubadour

In his new album, Midnight in Havana, emerging singer/songwriter Ben de la Cour does Americanoir proud as his collection of 11 songs take one on a turbulent, emotionally-packed journey. Already drawing comparisons to timeless greats such as Leonard Cohen and Johnny Cash, the young Brooklyn-born folk singer presents himself with the maturity of someone many
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Davajeya Fomentar – Memories Create Songs

Any singer or songwriter that hopes to be real must be willing to write songs that are from personal experiences and memories.  This is what connects the artist with the listener.  For anyone that wants a lasting career in music this is mandatory.  Our recent find Davajeya Fomentar seems to be on the right track.
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Falling In Love With Bigfoot In New Amason Video

Everyone loves a good cover song – especially when it offers a unique take on a familiar classic. Swedish super group Amason recently injected their dream pop identity into the timeless Foreigner ballad, “I Want to Know What Love Is” by debuting a beautifully styled and shot music video on Pitchfork. The band, formed in 2012, combines
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Steady Tek-Nick – Blazing His Own Trail

Music genres definitely move faster in certain parts of the world over others.  The music community will take in a style and nurture it to the mainstream while other areas barely take notice.  As an artist you must try to stay aware of all the happenings in music throughout the world.  Sometimes, as in the
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Young Magic Explores Roots in “Still Life”

Musicians and other artists are constantly told to be true to their roots. This poses a dilemma for someone who is somewhat unclear about their roots. Many artists will tirelessly search and travel to find this, and in such cases, a musician is left with even richer material; their journey to find identity. Melati Malay’s
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