Posts byKaitlyn Peterson

Satellite Mode Confidently Rebels with New EP

Satellite Mode’s new EP Wild Excuses is only a glimpse into the duo’s world. After finding out that she could possibly lose her ability to sing, classically trained vocalist Jess Carvo turned to songwriting as her escape. Those dreamed-of songs became reality when she met Alex Marko, an experienced producer and instrumentalist. Together, they compose
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Ohana Fest is the Next Family Reunion

Orange County’s Doheny State Beach is about to have the party of a lifetime. The Ohana Fest will take on the beach’s shore on September 8-10, featuring Social Distortion, Eddie Vedder and Jack Johnson as the headliners. The three-day festival’s beachy music is fitting for its location right near the water. Not only can visitors
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Nescora Takes Us Home with “Rescue”

Folk singer-songwriter Nescora has released a thrilling new single called “Rescue” as a part of his upcoming album “Some Place Some Where.” Not only does the song provide a dramatic story, but it somehow holds a powerful hold over its listeners. The beginning of the song is eerie with just an electric melody, yet signs
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Jelly Ellington Inspires Freedom with “All In”

Rock artist Jelly Ellington took his music with him from North Carolina’s mountains to Texas’ humidity. Yet along with his music, he brought a contagious, overwhelming joy that captures listeners wholeheartedly. Such happiness is in his debut album, “All In,” and fans won’t be able to keep themselves from smiling during his national tour this year. The album
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Lizzy V Brings Smiles with “Faces”

Dutch singer-songwriter Lizzy V started writing music when she was ten years old; yet even now her new single “Faces” contains the same childlike joy and happiness. These feelings are contagious.  The catchy, acoustic song follows Lizzy V falling in love with a face in a crowd. As she walks around hundreds of people, she can’t stop thinking about
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Alan Getto Journeys to Simplicity with “Change”

After moving from Brooklyn to Western Pennsylvania, alternative folk artist Alan Getto has released “Change” as a sneak peek of his debut album, Versus. Even though the album will be available to order in August, “Change” ensures that it will astound listeners. Versus focuses on contrasting concepts, such as chaos versus quiet and the city versus nature. As the first song on the
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Needles//Pins’ “All the Same” Is Anything but Ordinary

Needles//Pins originally brought three friends together, but now the band is uniting twelve songs together to create its new LP, Goodnight, Tomorrow. “All the Same,” gives a sneak peak into the album, which is available for pre-order now. Contrary to the song’s upbeat nature, “All the Same” embodies a dark, emotional struggle. However, the loud instrumentals and personal lyrics create a powerful confession of
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Sabbatical Year’s “The Hunting Party” Is Viciously Raw

Sabbatical Year is setting out for the kill with its new single “The Hunting Party.” The song will be included in Metropolitan, a multimedia project with video, photographs and music that will be released in June. “The Hunting Party” invites listeners to travel alongside lead singer Nick Margiasso and his enigmatic, adventuresome music. Its dark adventure describes a royally commanded hunting
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Blond Ambition – “Speak” Screams Fearlessness

Blond Ambition, also known as eclectic songwriter Brian Harding, has released its new single “Speak.” The song and its album, Slow All Over, will be released on May 19 and is available for pre-order now. Harding previously sang with the musical group Ex Cops and ended tour in early 2016. While waiting for his flight home, he spontaneously made the
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