Posts byKeith Pro

Celiane The Voice Opens Up Her ‘Inner Universe’

Making unique music should always be the goal for any artist. Never let specific genre boundaries limit you. Our friend Celiane The Voice has continued to develop her fresh genre. New single “Inner Universe Reloaded” takes her music even further. We caught up with the truly imaginative artist for an interview: It has been an
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Sara Laine Shows Off Her ‘Sign Of Love’

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, our recent discovery Sara Laine has made music a part of her entire life. From a young age the singer and recording artist was strumming on an acoustic guitar and developing song ideas. Through the years she has developed her own multi-genre sound that borrows from Rock, Country,
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LDR Life Introduces Us To His New World

It is an unfortunate fact that many artistic minds often turn to drugs to try to find peace. This can lead down a terrible rabbit hole sometimes. Other times music can come in to act as a savior and pull these creative people out of the darkness and into a place of peace and rebirth.
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Ultra_Eko Shares His ‘Revelation’

Now that we as a world are emerging out of the pandemic fueled lockdown it is time for the artists that used the time properly to share their work. Some excuses will be heard that artists could not focus or things were difficult. But that is the time some of the best music is made.
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JJ Slater Lights Up With ‘An Obscure Moon’

Photo Credit: Caterina Kenworthy Sometimes things just happen for a reason. One thing leads to another to create things we never even assumed would exist. This type of Fate is very rampant in music. An artist must let it happen and run with it. Our recent discovery JJ Slater is a great example of this
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Tray Tray Shows He Is ‘Like This’

Being a part of your local scene is very important for an artist looking for success. It is not all about just gaining local fans. You need to connect with the gatekeepers and the mover and shakers in the area. This enables better shows, better promotions, and leads to meeting people that can really help
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Bob Sabellico Offers New ‘Influence’

We all hear about the dream stories of a big name band (or manager, or A&R person) seeing an artist playing a local show and being chosen for a huge whirlwind success story. They have made plenty of movies about it. It is not a common occurrence and happens less and less in today’s music
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Get ‘Toxic’ With Tai Mistyque

When an artist understands they were given a gift to create and perform, it is their job to share that with others. Everyone must play their part to create a better world for all. Our recent find Tai Mistyque has accepted this mission and continues to share with her latest single “Toxic.” The singer and
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Pamela Jackson Proves That ‘We Are America’

Let’s face facts. The past couple of years in America have been filled with difficulties from many angles. Many problems have arisen that seem to have piled up on each other. We must focus on each problem and do our best to correct them. There has been a major movement in society and social justice
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… RATINOFF

For an artist, their music should always be an evolving organism. When it gets stagnant the creative flow dies. Our recent find RATINOFF has been making music for quite a while and seems to keep experimenting with new flavors. His latest single/video “Light Me Up” is proof of that. We caught up with the multitalented
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The Love Letter is Not So ‘Hard Headed’

There will always be a power in a singer songwriter. The ability to create something all on your own without needing to please anyone else. This freedom creates great music. But what if you link together 3 individual songwriters to work together. In the case of our recent find The Love Letter, the result is
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See Your Shadow tells Us ‘It Starts With Hello’

“It Starts With Hello” is the latest single from See Your Shadow Songwriting, a project headed by one Michael Coleman, also endearingly known as The Metropolitan Cowboy. He’s been laser focused lately on bringing country music back to the forefront, and he’s been hard at work this past year. The brand new song is the
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Take A ’60 Grit’ Ride On Rockford Road

Classic music is classic for a reason. The sound lives on in many musician’s minds. Not only in their listening and influences but in the music they continue to make today. Our recent find Rockford Road is a great example that is keeping classic sound alive and well.  The band from Richmond, Virginia was originally
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Afterbliss Leaves Us With ‘Remnants’

As music has expanded and splintered into toms of different genres, some groundbreaking bands are taking pieces from all over the genre spectrum and creating their own fresh sound. Our new discovery Afterbliss is one such band. They are putting it all on display with their latest single “Remnants.” The project began when Ally Pender
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Heistheartist Opens Up With “The Book Of Mary”

Following the success of his EP, Roots, Heistheartist has released the much-anticipated follow-up, The  Book of Mary. A four-track collection of sensuous, dignified Neo-Soul / RnB approach to secular/ gospel  themes. Incorporating his signature vocal styles rising above falsetto, and playing into the modal register allow Heistheartist to self-harmonize over his own melodies creating that
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I.K.P. SHOWS OFF HIS POSITIVITY ON ‘11:11’

Music is a powerful medium for creating positivity and healing. Both listening to songs that speak to you personally as well as writing songs that allow you to share your emotions. Our recent discovery I.K.P. has tackled this healing with his music.  The alternative rap artist based in New York City has led a life
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IBG Interview – 9 Questions With… Monotronic

There will always be something special about a group of talented musicians getting together to just jam and see what happens. In today’s music industry live electronics can be added to the group to create a mesh of human/computer collaboration. Our new friends Monotronic seemed to have mastered this with their sound. We caught up
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Snowtown Provides A Somber ‘Happy Birthday’

People can unknowingly have a huge effect on the life of others. This is where it pays to always be the best person you can because your actions, words, and thoughts can be guiding someone else going through a difficult time. This is very prevalent in the story of our latest discovery Snowtown and their
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Cam Rostami Is Making Sure ‘Kids Get Paid”

For an artist with multiple talents, there is no reason to stay within the box that the mainstream Arts industry pushes us towards. Having the ability to create something different and fresh will grab attention. Music fans are always looking for something new and it seems like our recent discovery Cam Rostami has just the
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Nahoum Hay Dresses Us In His ‘White Robe’

There is plenty of music out there in the mainstream pop world that has nothing behind it but fluff and electronic beats. Then there are the artists that put real meaning and emotion into their songs. Our new discovery Nahoum Hay is of the later variety highlighting this with his newest single and accompanying music
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Gigi Vega Asks “Watchu Tryna Do?”

With the speed of how something can go viral, an artist needs to be ready for sudden unforeseen success. Building up a solid foundation for when the views and followers start to come quickly is very important. It seems like our new find GiGi Vega was ready and keeps building with her most recent single
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Lawn Mower Shares The Fun On ‘Autistic’

Music can definitely be an outlet for fun. In fact, that is the real reason many bands get started. Getting together to play music, create something, and enjoy the process will always be a good time. Our recent discovery Lawn Mower seems to take this to heart with their new album Autistic. The project based
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