Posts byEthan Hrenko

Cary Shields Says “Run Rabbit”

slow and steady doesn’t always win the race, Cary Shields new track “Run Rabbit” is a fast paced singer/songwriter song for those who prefer the hare over the tortoise. Shields tells a tale on this track with a full bodied folk influenced voice. Though this song takes on a country cadence, it tackles some contemporary
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Paul Nourigat Is Only ‘Slightly Serious’

Paul Nourigat says its better late than never with his new EP, Slightly Serious. The singer/songwriter from Portland Oregon began his foray into the music scene later in life, but has been quickly building up his catalog. Nourigat has a lot to say, and says it with a humorous attitude in his Slightly Serious. Nourigat’s
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The Rocketz Launch “Wither”

The Rocketz are keeping the rock in rockabilly. The group thrives off their energetic live performances, centered around the snappy, genre staple tones of the Gretsch guitars endorsed band. Translating stage presence onto studio recordings is something they have had plenty of experience with. On their latest single “Wither” they capture the lightning in a
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Ariee Shows Us “Sugar Daddy”

Ariee releases a bold single and accompanying music video with her new track “Sugar Daddy”. This track comes on the high heels of her 2020 singles, and in preparation for a new EP Fiya. The self-made artist is back to making music after developing her own brand, her new song “Sugar Daddy”. This single is
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Blue Soul Ten Knows ‘This Is Worth It’

Blue Soul Ten, is an artist that has had years of experience learning and growing in the music industry. Starting off as a radio DJ before learning composition and music production has lead him on a musical journey. He has travelled, making music as well as developing a fanbase in countries around the world. All
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Savarre Shows Us Her “Scars”

The newest single, “Scars,” from SAVARRE is a cinematic anthem, telling of a journey through self-acceptance. This song is formed from the many facets of frontwoman Shannon Denise Evans, a singer-songwriter, composer, and in addition, a playwright, and novelist. The band puts together an avant-garde, indie-rock track that ultimately strives, and succeeds in telling its
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Heavy AmericA Drops “The Fall”

Rock and roll is almost as American as apple pie. Boston trio Heavy AmericA takes influence from decades of rock and roll, proudly describing their sound as every genre of rock. Their new track, “The Fall”, is representative of their sound taking us on a journey made of guitar, bass, and drums all set to
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We are in The Age of Ore with Malevolent

Up and coming metal trio The Age of Ore is an outfit making waves with their heavy sound. Made up of young members, all in their teens, they show off a familiarity with modern metal as well as hard-rock roots. The band is releasing their album Malevolent on the heels of their solid recent singles.
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Cabell Rhode Serves Up “Suspension”

“Suspension” is the newest piece by Cabell Rhode, that challenges the listener’s perceptions. This piece blurs the line both between instrumentation as well as between reality and imagination. In collaboration with Italian pianist Luca Mazillo, Cabell Rhode creates a mysterious texture on this track, reminiscent of impressionist works of music. Cabell Rhode is an artist
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Giles is back with a new single “Alive”

Making a name for himself under a new moniker, the acclaimed artist Giles is back with a new single “Alive”. This track marks a comeback from hiatus to reinvigorate people with an uplifting hip-hop anthem. Giles, formerly known as Vthov, has received acclaim as a talented musician. He is a rapper, producer, singer-songwriter, as well
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Death.wav releases “Sorry Please”

Death.wav is an up-and-coming artist, releasing a new single “Sorry Please” with a dark experimental hip-hop sound straight from the underground. This track has a glitchy aesthetic that features samples that are chopped up and served raw to the listener, following that up with his own brand of lyricism. The 20 year old artist has
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The Happy Fits Are Back With “Changes”

The Happy Fits are back with a new single and music video for a catchy and upbeat song about stumbling through life and finding yourself along the way. The band is known for their energy and sound. They are an ever optimistic trio that fits somewhere under the umbrella of indie, alternative, rock, and pop.
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“The Arrival” Is Here With Moon And Aries

The synth-pop and opera duo of Moon and Aries has released a new album The Arrival. Their new project blends futuristic and retro elements to create imaginative textures and soundscapes. The Arrival features the best of both universes from producer and composer Tom Aries, and singer/songwriter Jordana Moon. Moon and Aries began creating music together
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Zolita Is “Single In September”

Zolita releases “Single In September” an alt-pop track that parodies a high school rom-com. This track was released alongside a music video directed by Zolita. This track is the second story in a trilogy of music videos, with the first being her recent hit single “Somebody I F*cked Once”. “Single In September” blurs the lines
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Check Out Brooke Surgener’s Single “Gimme Gimme”

“Gimme Gimme” is the newest single from multi-faceted and multi-talented singer, songwriter, and award-winning cosplayer Brooke Surgener. She is known for her videos featuring a mix of playing music and portraying fictional characters. This single is on the indie-folk music side of her catalog, a warm and energetic song, with bright poppy melodies. An Erie
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Losing Our Minds With Chris Padin and Georgia Rose

New York EDM and house music producer Chris Padin is back and collaborating with singer/songwriter Georgia Rose who gained popularity from season 1 of Bravo’s hit show Below Deck. Padin has been making waves in the electronic dance music scene, with house hits like 2019’s Hold Me Closer and Alpha. He is returning from hiatus
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Mae Mae Accepts Her Flaws In “Blemish”

It’s good to be able to accept yourself, blemishes and all. Mae Mae is doing exactly that in her new single “Blemish” Ft. The Colourist, an unashamed acceptance of Mae Mae’s unique character and personality. The song is borderline pop with a singable and danceable beat, while being unique and stylish. This single is the
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Molly Moore Isn’t “Shy” About Her Newest Single

The new single “Shy” from rising star in pop Molly Moore is a kaleidoscope of sounds and feelings. Elements of jazz and psychedelia melt into this passionate pop anthem. This recently released track follows previous singles as a part of her upcoming EP Escapism, a project which accepts the different facets of love. “Shy” is
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“Run Away” With Ruby Greenberg

With all that is going on in the world right now, sometimes you just want to run away. The newest single from New York City singer songwriter Ruby Greenberg “Run Away” tells of longing for home in Colorado. Greenberg is a storyteller, writing warm music in an indie-folk style. This song is the first of
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Check Out in\error’s Death by Design

The debut EP, Death by Design, is an emotional collaboration by in\error. The four-piece band of like-minded members from Salt Lake City have come together to create project that is dark, while also liberating, both in sound and emotional content. On this EP in\error deals with topics such as depression, anxiety, anger, and heartbreak. Heavy
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Get “Wrapped Up” With JAGMAC

It’s always a gift to hear some new music during the holiday season. JAGMAC’s new single and music video “Wrapped Up” is here to bring some cheer, and to show off the music of this talented sibling six-piece group. This track is a modern take on a Christmas song with sleigh bells over a pop
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Check Out Racoon Tour’s “Dentonweaver”

Check out Racoon Tour’s single “Dentonweaver” that shows off their music’s unique and quirky sound, all written on a ukulele and an iPad. Racoon Tour combines elements of various styles of music like indie, punk, emo, electronic, scramz, and pop. The band explores concepts of childhood, class consciousness, and religion. Racoon Tour’s music takes a
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Wilmah Asks Us To “Wait Until Tomorrow”

Wilmah has released a new single “Wait Until Tomorrow,” an upbeat alt-pop song that shows off their unique approach to songwriting. The band writes songs that take many different influences, and play with the formula of what a pop song can be. A heavy focus on lyricism is another defining feature of Wilmah’s music, showing
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Joy Again Shows Us “What Lovers Do”

You might have heard them before and now Joy Again are back with their new single and music video for “What Lovers Do“. This new release comes out following the resurgence in popularity of their 2015 song “Looking Out For You”, which became a viral hit on TikTok. Joy Again has clearly found a formula
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Pollyanna Gives Us A Taste Of ‘Sugar Coat Deluxe’

Sugar Coat Deluxe is the newest album by Pollyanna, a project which expands upon an EP released last year. In this album Pollyanna puts together different genres like a boutique candy store mixing up crazy concoctions (bubble grunge for example). Their eclectic sound curates different influences to create their own style. Pollyanna masterfully puts together
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Find Out “What Gives” With The Dead Bolts

Sometimes it’s easy to tell when a band has got their act together. The Dead Bolts have been honing their craft, starting off from gigging in the Chicago area, and have just dropped their single “What Gives” from their upcoming debut album Pretty And Burnt Out. Their new single is an alternative rock track that
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Cloe Wilder Shows Us “In The Next Life”

Check out the newly released music video for the latest song from Cloe Wilder titled “In The Next Life.” This track comes from her debut EP Teenage Lullabies which was released in January and has already garnered a lot of attention for her. One of music’s youngest rising talents at only 15 years old, Wilder
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Jude Shuma Brings ‘Suzy Space Cadet’ To Life

The new multimedia project Suzy Space Cadet is an album from Chicago artist Jude Shuma that pairs his music with a comic book that tells the story of a girl traveling through space. Shuma, after first releasing music in 2015 has had various songs featured on television and in movies, his warm, psychedelic lo-fi pop
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