Posts bySam Reed

Aura Davis Shows You “What You Love”

Aura Davis is back with a vengeance. After over a decade away from music to focus on herself, she’s back and she’s ready to make a name for herself. With guitar in hand, she’s been hard at work channeling her talents into new releases for fans. One of her latest singles, “What You Love” provides
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Fire “Burns” Within The Bergamot

With new COVID variants running ramped and ruining holiday plans for many, music that speaks to feeling alone is more relatable than ever before. Brooklyn, NY based band The Bergamot have channeled that energy into their last release of 2021 with a single titled “Burns.” “Burns” speaks to the yearning and desperation to be with
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T Law Is “Coming For Ya”

With a world riddled with negativity and conflict, positivity and inspiration is needed more than ever before. Music is an outlet in which we can seek out those positive feelings. T Law is no stranger to making music that leaves you feeling good. The Chicago based rapper has always set out with that exact goal
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Earth To Abigail Take Us To ‘The Forest’

The pandemic gifted everyone an uncomfortable amount of time to sit inside in our thoughts. It left many of us with a lot of feelings and realizations to sort through. Musicians took that time to create in times where inspiration and hope was at an all time low. Some turned to experimenting with new sounds
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Stefan Kristinkov Shares ‘Clarinet Vibe’

Some of the best things in life are achieved through profound curiosity. Stefan Kristinkov, an eclectic composer from New York City, has fueled his passions through his curiosity. That innate desire to continue gaining knowledge has allowed for Stefan to push boundaries and chase new ideas. The latest from the creative composer is a solo
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Catfish Walkin’ Drop “16 Bit”

Fresh on the scene and ready to make an impact, Catfish Walkin’ has dropped his new single “16 Bit.” He’s taking a fresh take on rap with a hardcore hip-hop presence in every beat. Catfish Walkin’ has turned heads with his confidence, and this latest single continues to prove he’s got the chops to make
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Solomon King & The Chosen Drop ‘No. 5’

When your life’s plan falls through, you might as well pick yourself up by the bootstrap and chase your dreams. That’s exactly what Solomon King did back in the day when his Detroit City automobile factory job laid off mass numbers of employees. With nothing left to loose, Solomon made a b-line for the West
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DUNxG Shows Off His “Evolution”

As a second generation hip-hop group, Oakland, CA’s DUNxG has a deep seeded history in music. DUNxG is compromised of S.O.T.U. (Son of the underground) and bandmate MEGA. Formed by the son of Jimi “Chopmaster J” Dright of Digital Underground, S.O.T.U. was raised within the music industry and knew he had to continue on with
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Aditya Manggala Shares “Ms. Reality”

Native Indonesian artist Aditya Manggala is making every single count. His first single “Big Fake Smile” showed that he has talent, but his latest single “Ms. Reality” showcases just how much talent he has. Aditya has put his own spin on indie-rock, and this new release is sure to please fans of the genre. Aditya
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Brian Charles Tischleder Shares “I Can’t Breathe”

Without a doubt 2020 was a jarring year for Americans. COVID-19 decimated families and Americans watched the wrongful death of George Floyd first hand. His death sparked mass calls to end police brutality and cries were heard throughout cities across the country. Artist Brian Charles Tischleder was particularly effected by seeing the hate and violence
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“Cross My Heart” For Ranzel X Kendrick

Ranzel X Kendrick has spent his life seeking out all that the world has to offer him. Travelling throughout America and overseas, Ranzel has gained newfound knowledge and sounds in each adventure. Now, settled in Costa Rica with his partner Mia, Ranzel is ready to release the third EP in his Legacy Collection. The EP
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The R Train Inspire You To “Rock On”

With a name inspired by the New York subway, R Train, you know The R Train is NYC through and through. These rockers formed in 2019 and have been working harmoniously since to create a diverse and impressive range of singles. The latest from their efforts is “Rock On,” blending sounds and genres to create
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Normal Suits Provide “In Threes”

There’s such magic that can come from bands fully controlling their sound. With Baltimore rockers, Normal Suits, they ensure complete authenticity from their sound. They’ve taken total control of the creating process, doing everything from writing, to performing, recording, and mixing/mastering their own music. The results are sophisticated, unadulterated rock and they’re here with more
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Parjam Parsi Shares “Season of Amnesia”

It’s rare in the Top-40 world that you can find an album with deep, profound meaning. Typically they’re just a string of singles with the same overall mood, but they often can lack the story behind it. Parjam Parsi, a talented multi-instrumentalist has spent his lifetime connecting with music. In his youth he learned the
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Ayoka Sets Us Up For The “Weekend”

Summer is the time we all focus on that carefree feeling. R&B artist Ayoka has channeled that stress-free energy with her latest single “Weekend.” The single focuses on shaking the weight of our chaotic lives and allowing ourselves to feel like royalty for three minutes. Inspired by Chief Keef’s trap record Faneto, you’ll enjoy the
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Katie Belle Is Going “Back To California”

American Idol is a show that has been showing off the talent within America since 2002. Over the last (nearly) twenty years, the show has highlighted amazing musicians of all ages. Katie Belle, made an appearance on Season 17 of the show, taking her playful, breathy voice inside the home’s of millions of Americans. Now,
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Keith Curtis Shares ‘Happiness Is Hard’

Keith Curtis is breaking through Minneapolis with his special blend of Americana and indie-rock. His passion and curiosity led him to pick-up the guitar and spend time covering other Americana, indie folk and acoustic rock artists. That experience provided him with knowledge that was pinnacle in Keith finding his own style. Now, Keith has prepared
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Richard Schroder Shows Us ‘The Stillness’

Richard Schroder has been diligently working to breakthrough the Nashville country music scene. He’s put the years in perfecting his craft and it’s all starting to truly pay off. Richard had the opportunity to work with some amazing names and talents in Nashville that helped elevate his career to the next level. Now, Richard maintains
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Ultraviolence Prove To Be Maniacs

LA duo, Ultraviolence are here to take the summer by storm. Fresh off of the release of three singles throughout 2021, this entertaining pop/hip-hop duo are ready to keep the ball rolling. “Maniac” is their latest release, proving they’re here for a good time. “Maniac” taps into those self-deprecating feelings of realizing you just may
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Andy Michaels Bears Soul In Latest Single

Tragedy can often times completely transform peoples’ lives. Those situations can truly make or break a human. Andy Michaels, of Perth, Australia was determined to not let tragedy define his life. After a jarring car accident that left him temporarily paralyzed at 18, Andy picked up a guitar and focused on channeling his pain into
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“Crash Land” With Wingman

Sometimes the most genuine music comes from the most unexpected moments. Los Angeles based rapper/electronic artist Wingman knows this to be all too true. An emergency situation while filming a music video resulted in a complete change of plans and newfound inspiration. The LA artist was out with his cameraman, Matt Trainor, to film a
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Isaac Fosl-van Wyke Knows “Every Body Knows”

Isaac Fosl-van Wyke is a songwriter and puppeteer out of Louisville, Kentucky. Each song is a chance for Isaac to weave you stories through America’s tortured past, but leave you with a sense of hope for better a tomorrow. Utilizing folk, indie, and psychedelic sounds and channeling inspirations like Bob Dylan, Isaac has the unique
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Random Parts Plead “Take Me Back”

If nothing else, the COVID-19 pandemic that took over the last year has bred more creativity than ever before. Artists are finding new inspirations, gaining new ways to connect, and have more time for writing. The combination makes for a slew of new music coming at us faster than ever before. One project that came
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‘It All Started In The Garden’ With Dick Aven

Dick Aven has mastered the art of defying the rules and traditions in music. The eclectic musician from Franklin, TN is known for carving his own path. He uses his vast knowledge of music and the multiple instruments he plays to create something wholly unique to him. Not bound by genres or styles, Dick continues
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Sugar Addikt Take You To ‘Phoenix’

It’s pretty rare to see a mother, son duo in music. Sure, we’ve seen families play together before, but a strictly mother, son duo is unique and intriguing. There is something undeniably special about music made by those who share the same DNA. Seattle based electronic act, Sugar Addikt has that magic. Compromised of Vanessa
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“Anna Says” Sunday Morning Should Be On Your Radar

Sunday Morning is the most fresh thing to come out of Vancouver. The project came to life in a hotel room on Vancouver’s Downtown East-Side and they’ve been innovating ever since. A kaleidoscope of genre’s and collaborations, Sunday Morning isn’t bogged down with labels. Instead they focus on creating music authentic to them. “Anna Says”
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Mandi Crimmins Get Vulnerable With “Anyone But Me”

Rising alt-pop star, Mandi Crimmins recently released their new single, “Anyone But Me” with a corresponding music video. Battling with self-acceptance, Mandi gets vulnerable in this addictive track, creating an anthem for anyone battling their own inner demon. Using her insecurities to fuel her fire, Mandi has harnessed an edge and power into her alt-pop
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Dan Hamann Displays ‘Lumbering Grace’ With New Album

The COVID-19 quarantine halted so many industries, forcing people to become flexible and creative in their thinking. Like many others, Seattle based live comedic performer Dan Hamann was left unable to entertain and connect with people like he normally would. The solution was creating his first ever fully produced, non-live album. Lumbering Grace is a
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Delphi Ravens Prove “How Wrong You Were”

Unfortunately stories about bad breakups are all too relatable for most. Fusion rock band Delphi Ravens has tapped into that relatable storyline with their latest single titled “How Wrong You Were.” Built to be a bit of a musical ‘eff-you’ to a past lover, this track is a powerful rock number sure to grab your
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Ultra_Eko Show Us ‘Alternate Realities’

Fans of hip-hop will attest that there’s something about hip-hop coming from London that hits differently. Ultra_Eko is an eclectic hip-hop artist breaking through South London’s underground scene. Working diligently to craft a mature, unique, well-rounded sound Ultra_Eko has set himself apart from other artists emerging. 2020 saw the release of Ultra_Eko’s most ambitious and
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Bludgers Air Their “Dirty Laundry”

Sometimes a project needs a break to reinvigorate it’s spirit. That seems to be the case with Americana-rock band Bludgers. After taking well over decade away from music, Bludgers came out swinging in 2016 and have been intermittently recording since. 2021 will see the release of a new EP titled BLUDGERS FIVE. The lead single
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Just “Another Day” With Richard Tyler Epperson

Now more than ever artists are creating music that is ineffably relatable. The COVID-19 pandemic has put everyone in very similar situations of isolation, loneliness, and struggles with anxiety and depression. Singer/songwriter Richard Tyler Epperson has channeled those feelings into his latest single titled “Another Day” set for release on March 16th, 2021 “Another Day”
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Take “Three Steps” Forward With Deanmoore

Progressive rock outfit, Deanmoore has been making waves across The Netherlands. The success from their single “Cannot Run/Cannot Hide” left them with the hunger for more. To build off of this momentum, “Three Steps” was born. Released February 19th, Deanmoore created “Three Steps” to become the more polished twin of “Cannot Run/Cannot Hide.” This latest
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Frally Reminds Us “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”

There’s something so special about hearing a song you’ve heard a thousand times before completely reimagined. Frally, a cinematic folk artist turned an 80’s classic on it’s head with their rendition of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun (feat. Rufus Wainwright).” Beautiful and haunting, Frally has taken a completely new direction than the upbeat bop
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Jaxony Reign Is Tantalizing With A “Capital T”

Jaxony Reign is going to be the next thing that takes over indie radio. This emerging Canadian singer/songwriter is showing off what she’s made of with her debut single “Capital T.” “Capital T” is addictive and wholly satisfying with it’s mature, indie-pop spin on a traditional bubblegum pop sound. One listen through turned me into
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Rian Mac Seeks More Positivity In New Single

Oakland’s powerful trio, Rian Mac has set the bar for 2021 with their latest release “The Negative Brings Me Down.” Based on the tumultuous events of the last year and inspired in part by Peter Gabriel, Rian Mac was able to reflect on the year’s negativity while looking ahead to better days. The single is
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Campfire Bob Brings You “Songs Of Healing”

Between COVID-19 and social injustices, many Americans are left feeling dismal and hopeless in 2020. Now more than ever before people are clinging to any sense of positivity and hope they can find. Campfire Bob, a singer/songwriter living in the Pacific Northwest, is aiming to bring that sense of healing with his music and actions.
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Come “Undone” With Tough On Fridays New Hit

It’s no surprise that Indie Band Guru is a big fan of Texas grunge-rockers, Tough On Fridays. Throughout the length of the pandemic, no matter how dismal things looked, Tough On Fridays was there to deliver us raw, unadulterated music to help us make it through. The year’s end is no different for them. Fresh
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Madeline Rosene Isn’t Just Talking To Herself In New Single

The seemingly never-ending state of the pandemic has many people feeling pretty crappy, and some might even say a little crazy. But if nothing else it has given everyone plenty of time to be introspective and learn about themselves. Madeline Rosene an impressive up-and-coming indie pop singer/songwriter has channeled into that stir-crazy feeling with her
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Take A Look At Your “Doppelgänger” with Early Grey

Letting the melody stand proud above all else, Moscow’s Early Grey have committed themselves to top tier musicianship. Early Grey combines bold, rock guitar riffs and drums with intricate, beautiful melodies and lyrics to stand out among the rest since 2016. 2020 has lead the band to tell a story with their latest album titled
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“I Want More” Silverback Colony

As the United States enters what feels like the fiftieth month of the global COVID-19 pandemic, artists everywhere are answering our calls for new content. The months of isolation have permitted musicians on every level, in every genre, to create music that is more raw and organic than ever before. Like numerous others, Midwest alt-country
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