Posts byKeith Pro

Sinistra Shows us The ‘Art Of Manipulation’

There is no question that the Coid-19 pandemic has had a huge effect on the world. It is a frightening time where many people sunk into depression and just hunkered down trying to survive. Others took the challenge as an opportunity. Using their newfound free time to experiment and start new projects. One such project
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Decide to go with REDD or bluu in the NuRenaissance

Music has become even more of a voice in the current political and social climate. Artists have the freedom to offer their take on the happenings in the world. This needs to be taken seriously. Our recent find NuRenaissance takes this to heart with their latest offering REDD & bluu. The musical collaboration came together
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By Small Ruin is Back With ‘My Angel’

In the current state of the music scene, it is more important than ever to stay front and center in your fan’s minds. With so much entertainment content out there the attention span of the masses has been reduced dramatically. As an independent artist you have the ability, and the need, to release new music
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… EnAge

Being an artist hoping to build a career in music requires having the ability to evolve. Styles, sounds, and inspirations will change. You must be willing to change with them. Our recent find EnAge is a great example of always moving forward and evolving. We had the chance to chat with the modern electro-pop artist
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‘Shout’ Along With Arnold Mitchem

For a working songwriter, there will always be musical ideas coming to mind. Your job is to turn them into complete songs. Often times these songs will be ready even before musical fate has them scheduled on the fate playlist. Always keep an open ear to the world to see when a previous song can
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Keri Wirth Reaches The World with ‘Me and You Music Series’

Kids Learning to Effectively Communicate Internationally with Keri Wirth’s “Me and You Music: Hello Around The World” YouTube Series Overcoming Language Barriers to Teach the Wonders of Different Cultures In these trying times, talented and energetic Children’s Music writer and performer Keri Wirth is taking the time to say HOLA, BONJOUR, CIAO, HELLO and more
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Vinyl Record Collecting Has Come Full Circle

The world of recorded music evolves in a circle, a small black one. Much like the vinyl records that have made a huge resurgence over the past few years. It all began in 1901 when the Victor Company released its Red Seal line, which played 10-inch, 78-rpm records. The technology was bare and they could
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‘The Way Is Clear’ For Cosmos Sunshine

Taking on the life of a career musician can be quite a journey. The key is to embrace this journey and take inspiration from each part of it. Be open to everything. This can result in a wide variety of styles and genres being experienced. Our new friend Cosmos Sunshine has been down this winding
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Don’t Sleep on ‘Electric Dreams’ by N2BLU

The constant stream of songs keeps coming from our friends from N2BLU. They just seem unable to slow down but it is paying off. Fans never have to wait too long to latch onto the groups next track. Prepare for ‘Electric Dreams’. The dynamic duo of Jonathan Arceneaux and Konstantin Smorodnikov keep their musical experimentation
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Shy Curves Give Us A Look At ‘Dreamboat’

It has been quite the interesting past couple of months to say the least. Emotions and chaos abound. This is not great for our mental state but it does tend to stir up some great songwriting. So at least there is that. We recently came across Shy Curves and their latest single “Dreamboat” which hits
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Soggie

Music has a way of developing its own story. What seems like a one-off could easily turn into a runaway hit. Collaborations are similar. Random experiences can lead to some of the best music. Our recent find Soggie has been developing seemingly randomly to craft a sound that takes from the past but adds a
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Cello/Phn Gives Us A Look in “See Me”

As the music industry has evolved, especially the independent music industry, there has been more of a call for artists to be wide open with their thoughts, lives, and music. Some would call it transparency. Who better to be transparent that our latest find Cello/Phn (Cellophane)? The New Orleans, Louisiana native has been a fanatic
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Jamie Burke Brings Out Her ‘White Dress’

Some of us are lucky enough to get a look at our possible future ahead of time by watching our parent’s footsteps. Sometimes this is a warning to choose a different path. Other times it strengthens our dedication to achieve our goals. For our recent discovery Jamie Burke, it seems to be the latter. The
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Vargen channels Bob Dylan on ‘Love/Leave’

We are all heavily influenced by the music we grow up listening to. It is our duty to further these influences and create new music. Musicians must also remember to give thanks to the past and its effect on their sound. Our recent discovery of Vargen shows how an artist can respect their influence and
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Golden Dimes Let Us Inside ‘JJ’s House’

Musicians all share a certain specific DNA. It lives and breathes inside of us throughout our lives, even when the main focus can not be on creating our own music. But musical fate has a way of connecting just the right people to eventually get that music out of us. A perfect example of this
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