Wingtip Carves EMD Sound with ‘Space For Us’

Pop music has had a few common themes in 2017. Though out the year the Billboard Top 40 was filled with tracks layered with synths and drops that would make The Chainsmokers proud. Wingtip is developing that sound in “Space for Us” featuring Youngr. Wingtip is Carving His Own Sound with “Space For Us” that Will
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IBG Interview – 7 Questions With TerryVibes

Beats are all around us. We recently discovered a producer overflowing with engaging sounds. TerryVibes is a music producer/beatmaker based in Greece who mainly produces Reggae Beats for music artists and rappers. He also makes various other music styles such as RnB, Rap, and Hip Hop Instrumentals. He has been making music for many years
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Portland Indie Rockers Typhoon Dive Deep to Give Us ‘Offerings’

Typhoon, the Portland, Oregon-based 8-piece indie rock outfit, is here with “Darker,” their last single before the release of their fourth LP, Offerings. Offerings is the culmination, and compilation, of three “movements” of the album released periodically over the past several months. The first movement, Floodplains, was released last October and spawned the project’s first
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Caroline Ferrante Reaches For The Sky

There are far too many songs out there buried under cliches and the same old symbolism. An artist willing to take the challenge to avoid this somewhat easy way out will always inspire. Our recent find Caroline Ferrante does just that with her music that approaches the world in a much more real way. The
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Collapsing Scenery Releases Wonderfully Weird “Years of Lead (Are Back Again)” Video

Electro duo Collapsing Scenery is back, this time with a strange but thought-provoking video that accompanies their song “Years of Lead (Are Back Again).” Collapsing Scenery is the collaboration between Don DeVore and Reggie Debris, and their goal is to bridge the gap between art and politics. Inspired by personal experience and driven by electronic
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Jana Pochop Keep The Folk Genre Fresh

One of the best parts of the independent music world is that the artists are free to experiment. There is no major label controlling the direction of the music. An artist can try new things and explore ideas. This music can be delivered directly to the fans to get their opinion. One artist we have
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