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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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Del Vertigo Shares ‘On The Day That You Come To’

On The Day That You Come To is the new EP from Del Vertigo. The sounds on this project are adventurous and experimental. This EP is a sort of spiritual exploration for the band, deeply bound to both humanity and nature. The majority of the project being recorded around Portland Oregon, but split around various […]

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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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Steve Markoff & Patricia Lazzara Bring Flute to “Layla”

Some songs stand as an icon, representative of an artist, and evocative of emotions just by the name alone. Eric Clapton’s “Layla” is one such song, carrying with it the history and distinction of its famous performer. Clapton is covered by prolific flutists Steve Markoff & Patricia Lazzara, returning again to reimagine another classic song. […]

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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 […]