Posts byKeith Pro

Social Circle Launches New Video For “Changes”

There is a new yet nostalgic pop sound rising from the South. We have been keeping close tabs on one of the most interesting and entertaining bands, Social Circle. We had the chance to interview the band a while back (read it HERE). Now they are back with their music video for “Changes” Social Circle
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Peach Pyramid Explodes Out Of The Pacific Northwest

Canadian music has been gifted with a new record label birthed in the Pacific Northwest, featuring artists from and around the PNW locality.   Following the release of the debut Cascade Falls LP last May, Oscar St. Records is ready to showcase their latest sound:  Peach Pyramid – a force of dreamy melodies, music as self-administered
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C.K. Flach Shares Raw Emotion on Empty Mansions

For a songwriter to be successful they must be able to find inspiration everywhere. It is not always these deep underground feelings that have to be shared. There is plenty of things happening in the world every day that needs a song to make them digestible and even make the difficult situations interesting to connect
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Jehangir Aziz Hayat Keeps 90’s Grunge Alive

The influence of American music has reached all corners of the globe. From the early rock n roll of the 1950’s to the modern electronic pop music of today, musicians from many countries have taken pieces and refined it into their own sound. Our latest discovery Jehangir Aziz Hayat seems unlikely to have found the
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The Roving Apatosaurus Will Make You Smile

Music will always be about creating emotions. Sometimes the emotion needed is just some fun that can put a smile on your face. Many classic songs have done just that. Our recent discovery by The Roving Apatosaurus is sure to make the corners of your mouth curl up revealing those cute dimples of yours. The
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Jorunn Hodne Is Living Her Country Dream

We all know how I love a story of a person that has had music inside them for their whole lives screaming to get out. Our lives will lead us on many adventures and often down the road of the dreaded “day job” getting in the way of musical aspirations. The music still burns though
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Jagertown Invites You To The Party

There is much more to a music career than just a collection of great songs. The best bands win a real connection with their fans that leads to their undying support. Creating this community is what sets up the bands that have long lasting careers and those that flash and then burn out just as
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CollegeKidz42 Wants To Share With The Class

Last month we had the chance to introduce a few tracks by CollegeKidz42 as they molded together their unique brand of lo-fi minimalist pop-punk. Now the boys are back and ready to release their debut full-length album Share With The Class on August 23rd. Prepare yourself for something different. The musical project is the result
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IBG Interview – 7 Questions With Guest Actors

Great music can be found on every corner of the world. We recently discovered Guest Actors from Tel Aviv, Israel that are creating a sound that is ready for mainstream radio worldwide. Their debut EP Under Those Silent Skies is due out on October 10th. We caught up with the band to get behind the scenes and
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Smoking Martha Has Us All ‘In Deep’

One of our favorite bands from Australia is back! It has been a while since we featured Smoking Martha and their single “Say You’re Mine” but we are glad to finally hear some more. The band took their time and put in the hard work needed to produce their new full-length record In Deep. From
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Antonio Dudley Is A Fragmented Soul

The call to music can come at any time. It is a difficult career choice, there is no doubt. But when the passion rises up inside you there is no denying it. We recently discovered Antonio Dudley who discovered his calling and never looked back. The singer and songwriter hails from Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Kung Fu Jesus Leads Us To A New Experience

In this new ultra connected world we live in, music is everywhere. Genre boundaries do not exist and music has expanded into all medias. Distance is no longer an issue either. Our most recent discovery Kung Fu Jesus proves all of this in one musical project. Indie Band Guru is based in New York City
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Dennis Sy Elegantly Asks ‘Can She Stay’

The music industry is a tough one to stay busy in for a long career. We all know the faces of the stars of radio but there are many amazing songwriters that stay busy without ever becoming mainstream darlings. Dennis Sy is a perfect example of this type of unknown star. Originally from the Philippines,
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Jake Ward is Back And Restless

A secret can only be kept for so long. We introduced the pop country sound of Jake Ward on the pages of IndieBandGuru back in June of last year. He has continued to push ahead and is now back with another track that is ready to step up his fan base even more. Jake has
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Hayley Lam Amazes on ‘Being Alive’

There are so many different ways to perform and create music. Different instruments, genres, and styles make for an infinite number of sounds. At the basis of it all though, you must have the talent. Our recent discovery Hayley Lam has that talent and has put in the hard work to continue getting better. Now
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IBG Interview Series – 7 Questions With…. Aaron Beri

Recent discovery singer-songwriter Aaron Beri is an intense fellow. Born and raised in England, it was on a rooftop in Manhattan one bitter evening that he discovered his passion for songwriting. The result is a melodic memoir born of experience. His debut album ‘Avalanche’ explores the turbulence of a relationship that is slowly melting away. We
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Hamid Sami Explores Sound on Cold Days

Some individuals have so much music inside of them that they must find different outlets to release it out into the world. Having solo and group projects helps to find a spot for everything. Our recent discovery Hamid Sami is one such musical mind. His talent needs to be heard. The singer-songwriter and composer hails
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Chris Walsh Takes Us To Soulful Americana

As a songwriter, we all hope to create our own unique sound and style. We are all true individuals so this should not be difficult. Far too many artists try to just copy what has worked in the past with no truly personal soul tied into their music. Our recent find Chris Walsh has poured
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SmartBlackKid is Back With Another Journey For Us

An artist must always keep exploring the possibilities of their own unique sound. The best way is to just keep doing it. Write new songs as much as you can. With practice and experimentation comes perfectly original music. Our friend SmartBlackKid has kept the momentum going and is back with more music for us all.
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Steven Blaine Releases The Shed Sessions

Some people are just born to be entertainers. Life may drive them in tons of different directions but art and music will always remain in times of joy and sadness. Steven Blaine has been involved in music for a long time and his passion for it has never seemed to waiver. Growing up in Jersey City,
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Alan Marshall Brings Us Out Of The “Cold”

Music should bring beauty and positivity into the mind of its listeners. There are many ways to do this. It seems like our most recent discovery Alan Marshall has mastered this with his original sound. The 24-year-old producer is of Polish/American descent and brings a wide variety of experiences and styles into his music. Now
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Greye Is Back To Open The “Windows”

Many fans only see an artist as a lucky individual with some talent. Most will never realize the amount of hard work that goes into becoming a success in the music industry. The passion and drive must be there before a band will ever get well known. A great example of this hard work is
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The Basces Bring Back Some ‘Memories’

The music scenes around the world can be very different. Specific instruments or sounds can be very distinct to a certain area. The universal language of music transcends borders. The power of the internet allows us to hear it all. Our friends The Basces have brought us a new song from Switzerland. The band produces
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Danny Everitt Is Still Dreaming Big

The world of the music is known for coming full circle. Often where we start we end up coming back to in some sort of strange twist of fate. Our recent discovery, Danny Everitt, has allowed his music to be his guide through a journey that has taken him across the United States, Canada, and
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Toni Castells Provides A Neo-Classical Journey To 2045

As beautiful and creative as classical music is it is often an afterthought of the music community. People take classical training and then veer in totally separate directions creating music that lacks the sustainable beauty that the classical genre has given them. Our friend Toni Castells, whose music we covered some years ago HERE, is
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Kyler Aagard Finds Real Inspiration

There are many motivating factors for pursuing a career in music. Some artists solely want fame and fortune while others have a more noble purpose. To put in the amount of hard work and time needed to become a success you need a real inspiration. Our recent discovery Kyler Aagard is making music for all
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Danny Baxley Lets Creativity Flow

As a musician, there are two routes to take. First, you could go along with the status quo and make music that fits inside the tiny little box the mainstream has set up for you. The other option is to create something original that could only have been dreamt up by a truly creative mind.
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