Posts byKeith Pro

Roam Like Ghosts to that Place you call Home

There is no doubt that music and the way we make it has changed greatly through the years. Even faster over the last 25 years or so with the improvements in technology. Songs can now be written by a band with the members never even being in the same room. Our recent discovery Roam Like
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IBG Interview – Founders of QuaranPalooza

We can all agree that this has been an extra challenging year for anyone involved in the music business. But challenges will arise in any career. The people that find ways to rise above the challenges are the ones that will find success. Our friends John Rybak and Cello Joe needed a way to keep
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Everything But The Everything Feels Rock n Roll

An artist hoping for any kind of career in music must be open to enjoying the journey. Sometimes this means adapting and adjusting as time goes on. This is perfectly all right. Our recent discovery Everything But The Everything is a great example of rolling with the journey to find his fit in this wild
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Martha Wash Returns With ‘Love & Conflict’

Staying in this crazy music business for a decade is a tough grind. Keeping at it for 4 decades is an accomplishment that needs recognition, even if your face is still relatively unknown. The story of Martha Wash is one that many of you may not know. You have undoubtedly heard the big voice of
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Markoff and Lazzara ‘You Raise Me Up’

Enjoying songs that we have come to love in alternate ways is always refreshing. Many artists cover their favorite songs. Our friends Steve Markoff and Patricia Lazzara have been doing this for a while. They have taken well-known classics and modern songs and turned them into beautiful concert pieces with their instrumental flute-first style. They
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Sydney Sexton is “Searching For Sanctuary”

As 2020 comes to a close, many artists are looking back at the year that was and finishing it off strong. We all made the best of the year that wasn’t. Our friend Sydney Sexton has been working hard getting her music out there. Her latest solo release “Searching For Sanctuary” ties it all together.
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Calhuis Opens up With ‘XO’

With the help of technology and music distribution companies, it has become easier and quicker to get your music out into the world. Now you can record a song and have it streaming on Spotify within a week or so. So fast that often the artist doesn’t even have their presence out there on the
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Midnight Canyon rises with Debut EP

We are all well aware of the damage that the Covid-19 pandemic has done to the music industry as a whole. I can’t even explain my disappointment in the fact that I have not been to a live concert in 9 months. Fortunately some good has come out of this as well. We recently discovered
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Gitit Shoval and Family Keep Us ‘Connected’

As the holiday season approaches we can all expect to hear the same old classic songs that have been around since our childhood. They will be repeated over and over on the radio and playlists during our family get togethers. For me, this gets old quickly and my music loving mind needs to find some
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Joe Hodgson Lets Us See ‘Apparitions’

One of the biggest benefits of being an independent artist in today’s music industry is the fact that there are no rules. No one to insist that your music goes in a specific direction or stays within a certain genre. Our friend Joe Hodgson has taken this to new heights with his all encompassing new
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donSMITH Brings his A-Game to the “Table”

“Table”, the new release from talented rapper donSMITH, is available now on Spotify, YouTube, Amazon, Apple Music and all the major services. “Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From” is the NEW soulful and culturally articulate full length from donSMITH. Concise in length, the 30 minute album is entirely produced by Zoomo, a soul sampler buzzing
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‘To Stockholm From L.A.’

In the new music industry continuing to release new music is extremely important. The barriers have come down. And your fans expect, and demand, a consistent stream of songs and other content. Our friend Vargen seems to understand this and has returned with a quick turnaround after his last album with a new single for
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Nate Newburn Opens Up With Lazarburn

Music has acted as a voice of protest since the first rocks were banged together to make a beat. An artist has the chance to express themself and their passions in song. Our recent discovery Nate Newburn takes this personally on his debut album Lazarburn. Born in Los Angeles, California, the Singer-songwriter, humanitarian, environmentalist, cannabis
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TWOFEW Picks Up Speed With ‘On The Run’

We all need to admit that there are many situations that are out of our control. This current world pandemic situation is a perfect example of this. As musicians, we must be the voice of these situations and give examples of how to cope with them. Recent discovery TWOFEW takes this to heart with their
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Monggrel

As an artist, you always want to set yourself apart. One of the best ways to do this is by building upon a mixture of different influences and genres. Our recent discovery Monggrel has a wealth of interesting life experiences that he pours into his unique sound on new album Ceremonies. We caught up with
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DJ Hello Is Here To Say ‘Hello’

As electronic music has grown in popularity and exposure, more and more artists are bringing their own styles into the genre. There is no ‘standard’ style and creators are free to build their own personal genre within the electronic music world. Our recent find DJ Hello is here to introduce himself with his debut, Hello
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