Posts byKeith Pro

Camp Century Opens Minds With ‘Paopu’

Music is meant to be a shared experience. It has become more normal over recent years for artists to work together and collaborate to create new sounds. This ‘open-source’ style of collaboration has created more of a team element in the music scene. This much needed shift will lead us to an influx of amazing
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Kilo House Leads Us To ‘The Children’

Creating your own sound as an artist is most important when you re trying to gain recognition for your music. Have an open mind to all the music you come across. Combining multiple genres into your own unique sound is what gains attention. Our recent find Kilo House is taking that to heart and release
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Chad Skiz Shares ‘This Ones For You’

Let’s face it, these last few months have been a terribly tough time to do anything. In particular, it has been hard to find inspiration to do anything creative. Without much of the outside world to experience finding ideas for songs has been tough. Our recent find Chad Skiz has turned inside to create music
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Matt Hurray Offers Up Some ‘Nofre Nuggets’

As musicians, we all have the music that inspired our childhoods, even before we knew we knew we wanted to be a musician. That sound that would draw us to be creative and become the soundtrack of our youth. Our recent find Matt Hurray has taken this very seriously and has now released an album of
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Tom Ciurczak Demands ‘Call Me Ishmael’

True songwriters are able to intrigue the listener with both the music and an interesting story that peaks their attention. This is a skill that takes years to master. An artist must put in the time writing song after song, and enjoying the process. It seems our recent find Tom Ciurczak has put in the
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Stormcellar Keeps Us in The ‘Crossfire’

Staying power in the music industry is very difficult. So many bands come and go with nothing to show for it. The discipline and hard work needed to keep pushing forward creating music is not for the faint of heart. Our new friends Stormcellar have been at it for quite a long while and show
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MTStreets Takes Us To ‘Bourbon Street’

The fate of music has a way of leading you right where you are meant to be. Once the lure of creating music grabs you it will find what works best. That can mean anything from guitarist to songwriter, to producer, to rock star frontman. Our recent find MTStreets has taken the journey and is
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… 1Law

An artist must truly enjoy the process and the power of creating original music. With great power comes great responsibility. Our recent find 1LAW takes this seriously. For his latest single “How I Feel” he puts real life feelings into the track. His raw emotion can be felt in his introspective lyrics. The laid back
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Ungs

Music has a way of finding the right people to come together and make it. Latest find Ungs is such a story as Alexander and Tim first met over 10 years ago but finally have the opportunity to work together to create new music. Their new song ‘Uncover’ presents itself beautifully. The vocals sit on
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MC Storm Reaches Out With ‘The Touch’

Music is meant to have an effect on your mind. This can happen in an infinite number of ways. Our recent discovery Mc Storm is bringing positivity and inspiration with a focus on praising God.  The sound of MC Storm is a smooth R&B with powerful rap verses that open up his past and his
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‘Let’s Fly Away’ With Anjalts

Music is freedom and escape. When life creates problems, music is often the answer to help both the listener and the artist find something to hold on to and thrive with. We can all agree that we are in a strange and difficult time in our world right now. Fortunately, new discovery Anjalts has used
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… G.B.

The current civil unrest has been a muse for much music recently. Artists are pouring their true thoughts into their music. Our recent find G.B. has done just that with his ew single “No Peace”. We caught up with the talented wordsmith to get a little deeper behind the scenes. Enjoy the interview: First off,
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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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