W.C. Beck Takes Us On His ‘First Flight’

First Flight by WC Beck benefits from a production quality that is beyond physical in nature, but for as much as there is to be said about the bells and whistles that the master mix features, the compositions themselves deserve the lion’s share of the praise here. Beck’s conservative style of attack in “The Long
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… LYRA

Music is a constantly changing organism. New unique sounds will pop up every day for those searching for originality. Even the artist just starting out is can bring their originality to your ears. We just discovered Lyra who has found a nice little corner of my brain to drill his music into. We caught up
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Jägerborn goes solo with ‘Recon By Fire’

Even within a solid and successful band, there are individual members with thier own musical ideas. These song ideas may not be right for the band as a whole for a variety of reasons. That does not make them bad songs, just different. And different is what makes music so wonderful. We recently discovered Jägerborn
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DB Kinney Is Not Just ‘Killing Time’

Finding your own sound takes some true dedication and lots of patience. We must be willing to experiment in many genres to see what feels right. Your own taste and style will change over the years as well. Be willing to let the muse flow and take you where you need to be. Our recent
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Oliver Ray Takes Us ‘Out Passed Nowhere’

In Out Passed Nowhere, the debut solo offering from Oliver Ray, listeners are invited to explore one of the most experimental tracklists of the summer in what essentially amounts to a sonic patchwork that is as diverse as the American landscape serving as its main inspiration. From the moment that the grim melody of lead
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