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Cello/Phn Tells Us ‘What Happened To Monday’

Donald Price aka Cello/Phn (pronounced cellophane) is on a mission. Finding musical interest at an early age, his creative childhood included choir and high school bands. Like any creative kid, other aspirations blossomed. Unfortunately, these aspirations were hampered by constrictive parents. Joining the Army became the catalyst to becoming the man he’s always envisioned. The […]

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Dancefloor Gold “Laughing In My Sleep” By Haley Gold

When reflecting on one’s life, the sentiment will differ with age. Our constant evolution of who we are today and who we will be tomorrow is intertwined with confidence, experience, and our interest at the time. Researching our featured artist Haley Gold, personal evolution was the theme that struck me. In her early adolescence, Haley mentions wanting […]

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A Vulnerable Tank And The Bangas Release “Why Try”

Busy as ever, the Grammy nominated Tank and The Bangas continue to roll in support of their latest album Red Balloon. Hailing from New Orleans, their endless grind has led to international success. Mixing and blending genres is just another day at the office for the group. Fresh concoctions of jazz, hip hop, gospel, funk, soul and pop […]

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Punk Rock Roars Ahead! Shed Sessions by Remote Control

The COVID lockdown of 2020 impacted the world to varying degrees. Taking a mandatory work hiatus without the ability to travel was unusual for our modern day. Music projects sat idle due to our unique circumstances. Musicians turned to online collaborations and to other musicians in their immediate radius. Unexpected collaborations emerged and new bonds […]

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Bob Fleming and The Cambria Iron Co Share ‘Remnants’

Bob Fleming and the Cambria Iron Co bring us gritty American rock n roll from Charlotte, North Carolina. The group’s new album Remnants tackles the everyday struggles Americans have been waking up to. All the emotions, fear and anger in the face of endless uncertainty bog us down. As clouds of hopelessness and despair hang overhead, […]

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Tank And The Bangas Spread Love With New Music.

The 2020 Grammy nominated group Tank and The Bangas continue their trailblazing path. To commemorate Black History month the band is releasing the singles “Black Folk” and “Stolen Fruit.” In 2010, Tarriona “Tank” Ball (frontwoman, lead vocals) met keyboard player Norman Spence, and drummer Joshua Johnson at an open mic night in New Orleans. Along […]

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“Amber” Is Poetry In Motion By Fintan McKahey

Cork, Ireland is home of lo-fi singer/songwriter Fintan McKahey. Fintan has laid his roots in Cork County and built Ivy Hill Studios in neighboring Skibbereen. From the comfort of Ivy Hill Studios he writes, records, and produces all of his music. His new indie/folk single “Amber” debuts today. Fintan describes his new single as a […]

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Cade Hoppe Shares “Hurts”

Cade Hoppe is originally from Sacramento California, until he packed up his belongings and headed east. The move to NYU was to pursue basketball and academics but then music took over. In life we all encounter that proverbial fork in the road, where decisions are made, and new paths are forged. The need to create […]