Posts byKeith Pro

Piper Landon Provides Her ‘Car Solutions’

In the current entertainment scene, an artist is able to combine thier music with social media to become not just a musician but an overall influencer as well. You must be willing to have much of your life on display and turn that into a brand that people can connect with. Our recent find Piper
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Lil Casino is Not ‘Sorry About That’

Finding music has changed many lives. We all have that record we discovered as a kid, or sometimes later in life, that put us on the path we were meant to be on. An open ear and mind is all that is needed. Our recent find Lil Casino found that record too and it has
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Nikotene Wants To Get ‘Lost With You’

One truth of the music industry will always be to make connections and collaborate. The more people you work with the more influence you will get and the more lessons you will learn. Nothing gives an artist more skills than getting out there and making as much music as possible. Our recent discovery N I
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Katie Bell Is Taking Us ‘Out Tonight’

Even with the Star Searching television shows not producing the big mainstream artists they have in the past, the exposure for a singer-songwriter can be a tremendous boost. Having the chance to show off your talent and your brand on national TV is publicity that will keep the needle moving if you are willing to
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… LYRA

Music is a constantly changing organism. New unique sounds will pop up every day for those searching for originality. Even the artist just starting out is can bring their originality to your ears. We just discovered Lyra who has found a nice little corner of my brain to drill his music into. We caught up
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Jägerborn goes solo with ‘Recon By Fire’

Even within a solid and successful band, there are individual members with thier own musical ideas. These song ideas may not be right for the band as a whole for a variety of reasons. That does not make them bad songs, just different. And different is what makes music so wonderful. We recently discovered Jägerborn
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DB Kinney Is Not Just ‘Killing Time’

Finding your own sound takes some true dedication and lots of patience. We must be willing to experiment in many genres to see what feels right. Your own taste and style will change over the years as well. Be willing to let the muse flow and take you where you need to be. Our recent
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Karamilk Starts Us Off With ‘Gone’

Music has been an escape for people since the beginning of time. Whether listening to it or creating it, music has a way of becoming just what we need it to be. Our recent find Karamilk is one such story of this power. The 21-year-old singer/songwriter Erin Foster, aka Karamilk, grew up in the rural
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Rob Jamner is ‘Holding Stones’ In New Video

Our friend Rob Jamner has released his new album Holding Stones and shared the amazing music video for the title track with us. The beautiful storyline created by Andy Strong works perfectly with the poignant lyrics of the song. We got a little backstory about the song from Rob Jamner himself: “The character in “Holding
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Charly and Zoe “Don’t Know Don’t Care”

There are many people that grow up with no real idea of what they want to do with their lives. Musicians on the other hand usually have a passion for creating in their early years. Some get sidetracked with life but the ones that follow through truly enjoy their life. Our recent find Charly continues
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JACQ Shows Us His Own ‘Starlight’

Doing cover songs will always be relevant. It is an often easy way to grab an audience’s attention and provoke them to listen to more of your own music. The best advice is to make the song your own and add your own style to make it unique but still close enough to the original
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Kyle Øashu Lets Us Hear His ‘bunnii’

Artists with a true passion for music are unafraid to create something unique and different. As genre lines fade away and artist can go in whichever direction he sees fit. Our friend Kyle Øashu (who we interviewed last year) is doing just that and has recently released his latest project that is an accumulation of
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Super Squid Feeds Us At The ‘Flow Diner’

The thought that a musician must stay within a set genre is dead and buried. Today an artist is free to blend sounds how he wishes and create fresh music that can go in multiple directions at once. One project that has taken this to heart os our recent find Super Squid. After growing up
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NO-X-IT Returns with ‘Hecho En Mexico’

The explosive Seattle scene that came to music in the early 1990’s changed the trajectory of music forever. Great bands popped up daily but as the mainstream caught up some bands became pop mainstays while others rocked away in the shadows. The survivors are still out there making music today. One of these long-lasting bands
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Ayn Soph

First off tell us why you decided to go with the moniker Ayn Soph? Besides music, I obsessively study and research about different religions and culture. One day I came across the term Ein Soph meaning creator described as the “endless one” or “never ending.” A simple term holding a powerful meaning.. I wanted my
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