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Radio Drive Is “One Breath Away”

The alternative pop rock band Radio Drive is a hidden gem from Minnesota. Kevin Gullickson is the one behind Radio Drive and his music has earned spots on the charts in multiple countries and well as being heard on tv shows on various channels. They have a sound that earns them a place among the […]

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Jenna McSwain Says Enjoy Your Space

Jenna McSwain’s roots firmly ground a vibrant and colorful modern sound on her upcoming EP Enjoy Your Space. The South Carolina-born and New Orleans-based artist has had an education in jazz that contributes to her music, which is incredibly dynamic all while retaining a natural flow. Always accompanied by her adept piano playing, Jenna McSwain’s […]

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David Singley Says “Change Gonna Come”

The Minneapolis songwriter David Singley has been building a repertoire that spans jazz, country, and rock. Also a great guitarist with schooling from Berklee, He has shared the stage with many famous jazz artists and collaborated across the world. The master is making his mark on music with his newest song “Change Gonna Come.” “Change […]

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Blind Uncle Harry Says “Burn Down The High School”

The folk artist is back with a new single, Blind Uncle Harry is not afraid to make a statement with his music. This track has plenty of Harry’s distinctive wit and humor. Separating himself from much of the hipster folk-pop of today and aligning with much of the unique sounds and storytelling of 60s folk […]

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Spencer Goldman Will “Breakthrough”

Spencer Goldman is coming out swinging with a breakout debut track “Breakthrough.” Goldman is expressing himself through his music, only 23 years old but has plenty to share. “Breakthrough” is an emotional track, reminiscent of the golden age of pop punk. As a singer, songwriter, and producer, Goldman is familiar with the modern music scene […]

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“Little By Little” With Clay Fulton & The Lost Forty

Clay Fulton & The Lost Forty are rocking with their own sound. The six-piece band hailing from Minnesota weaves together classic American genres along with elements from modern indie. Clay Fulton has led busy life while paving his own way as a singer-songwriter, from attending college to owning a restaurant he wrote music that spoke […]

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Dejhare Shows Us ‘Lovescape’

Dejhare makes music with a mission. She believes music speaks to us all on a fundamental level. Dejhare’s newest EP Lovescape is the newest step in her musical journey. This project is a collage of different experiences of love, taking the listener on a journey through the highs and lows of a relationship. In addition […]

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Tyler Edwards Releases ‘A Falling Sky’

At the same time grand and humble, the music of Tyler Edwards draws from indie, folk, country, and rock, all to create gorgeous melodies and textures. Edwards anticipates the release of his second solo album, A Falling Sky, set to release on September 30th. His upcoming album adds masterful production to Tyler Edwards’s seasoned songwriting […]